Usage: often attributive
Etymology: Middle English, from Old English catt, probably from Late Latin cattus, catta cat
Date: before 12th century
1 a : a carnivorous mammal (Felis catus) long domesticated as a pet and for catching rats and mice b :any of a family (Felidae) of carnivorous usually solitary and nocturnal mammals (as the domestic cat, lion, tiger, leopard, jaguar, cougar, wildcat, lynx, and cheetah)
2 : a malicious woman
3 : a strong tackle used to hoist an anchor to the cathead of a ship
etc, etc, etc…
Introducing the cat who ate Delaware - Oliver Onions.
Captain Tobias Wilcox. His name is longer than his tail, which is a stump.
Trevor You Ginger Bastard....and he is.
And…because someone asked why pin-head cat didn’t have a cute baby picture up.
Oliver Onions....when he was young. So Oliver Scallions, maybe?
And then there's this...which explains it all, really.
Three Boys (Imaginary?)