Floofinator (Definition): A feline that is dangerous to strings, flies, moths, spiders, water bottle rings, buttons, lids, bobby pins, blueberries, grapes, foil balls, lint, and other small game.

In Use: “Rocky was a powerful floofinator, pouncing on every spider, moth or flying insect that came his way, batting it until resistance and flight ceased, and then batting it a few more times, to ensure the job was done.”


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    1. We had two ginger barn cats, Pogo and Scheckter. Pogo was a master floofinator, a ten on the scale, while Scheckter was down around a six or seven. My wife always believed that Scheckter slept soundly. Critters would not be aware he was there and approach, and he’d wake up and get them.

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