Translation of moggie in Spanish:

moggie

gato, n.

(moggy)

Pronunciation /ˈmɒɡi//ˈmɑɡi/

noun

British
informal, humorous

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    gato masculine
    gata feminine
    chucho masculine Chile informal
    chucha feminine Chile informal
    • He absolutely loved his moggies and he was one of the only people in the UK to successfully breed piranhas.
    • The worried animal-lover contacted the RSPCA hoping it would be able to send an officer to help capture the rogue moggy.
    • The RSPCA officer cut the soggy moggy free from a bramble bush after she was found by workmen in the area.
    • Then on New Year's Eve she picked up the Evening News and was stunned to see a moggy she is sure is Jazzy making the headlines.
    • She quickly alerted the North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service, which used air bags to elevate the vehicle in order to pull out the stricken moggy.
    • The little moggy, who is believed to be between two or three years old was found in the Parks area by a RSPCA collection officer.
    • They were too big to be from an ordinary moggy and there were marks from the animal's claws.
    • But the moggy could soon be purring with pleasure if it wins the final of the ultimate survivor category of the Rescue Cat of the Year Award.
    • Boots the marmalade moggie got his marching orders from the Rose And Crown when he popped in for a beer.
    • But the adventurous moggy did not want to come down, and proceeded to play a game of cat and mouse with its pursuer.
    • The owner scooted over from doing his genial rounds of the table and scooped up the hapless moggy, depositing him safely but unceremoniously on the street outside.
    • True, Leroy is more of a small leopard than a domestic moggy, but surely these three moggies could outflank him and make him overextend his supply chain or something.
    • He indicates the tough-looking moggy lying on his study floor.
    • Just as eight out of ten cats may prefer a particular brand of cat food, you will never know whether your moggy is going to be the one that is going to balk at the sight of it.
    • After three months of much-needed TLC, Monty the moggy is on the prowl for a new home.
    • Back in the studio the tower is edited out so that the moggy is seen to effortlessly make the daring rooftop leap.
    • It was a clean sweep in the luck stakes for an adventurous moggy who survived getting stuck in a chimney - for four weeks
    • Hoping to reunite the poor moggy with its owners the Croydon Guardian ran a story of his plight in last week's edition.
    • The moggy looked up at me gratefully - well, in so far as cats ever look grateful for anything - and there, hanging from its collar, was the fourth ring.
    • The mischievous moggy has been bringing home the wool from an unknown source for the past six months.