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kitten

a young cat
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Mike Amos, of Middleton nee Shildon, chairman of the board, might yet be having kittens. Anyone at Chestnut Avenue two days ago cannot fail to have experienced palpitations.
Downton Abbey (ITV1, 9pm) The Dowager Countess of Grantham must be having kittens, her beloved stately home has been turned into a convalescent home for wounded officers and the house has soldiers wandering all over the place and the library has been taken over by camp beds and table tennis tables.
Bet the bookies who paid out early were having kittens though.
Branch co-ordinator Chris Osborne said: "We carried out a free neutering campaign in February of this year and neutered around 420 cats in total, however, we are still having kittens handed in to us, so the neutering message is not getting around."
They enraged the home support while Jefferies and No.2 Billy Brown were having kittens in the dug-out.
"If the stray and feral cats that survive the winter start having kittens, people are going to be up in arms," Overholser says.
JURGEN KLOPP may have grasped the English language with relish, but the phrase 'having kittens' solicits a genuinely baffled expression.
No disrespect to some of the keepers we've had in the past, but you'd be having kittens whenever the ball went to their feet.
BIG Peter Lawwell will be having kittens as we were starting the bidding at PS35m a few months ago!
"David Cameron is, by all accounts, having kittens about Ukip" - Nigel Farage, the Ukip leader.
"Before you know it, the cats are being dumped on the streets or they are having kittens and charities are being left to pick up the pieces.

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