English version

cat flap

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Pets
cat flapˈcat flap British English, pet door American English noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š DHPa small hole cut into a door and covered with wood or plastic that moves to allow a pet cat to enter or leave a house
Examples from the Corpus
cat flapβ€’ I hear the thump of the cat flap as Cat O'Fun tumbles through it without the feline grace of his fellows.β€’ Became confident and prised the cat flap open again.β€’ Somebody had left me a note, though, through the cat flap in my flat door.β€’ It's only a matter of time till he learns to use the cat flap.
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