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A clowder, clutter or glaring.
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The correct term for referring to a group of cats is 'clowder.' Interestingly, there are also two other valid ways to refer to a group of cats, other than just saying "gro…up of cats" or "cats." Those other two terms are 'clutter' and 'glaring.' In addition to this, if one wants to refer to a group of wild cats, the correct terms are 'dowt' and 'destruction.' A male cat, when neutered, is called a "gib," when not, is called a "tom." Female cats are known as "molly." The word "cat" itself derives from the Old English "catt." Catt has its source in the Late Latin "catus," meaning: "domestic cat." This Late Latin word probably derives from an Afro-Asiatic word: "kaddîska," meaning "wild cat."
When hitched to a wagon, they are collectively called a "Yoke" when not hitched up they are called a "herd"
I couldn't really find the answer, but I came up with several names for a group of cows: drift, drove, herd, mob
Based on a quick Google search, I believe it is called a "cluster", although some people have suggested "colony".
A Band. A Band of Gorillas.
A group of Owls is called a parliament.
Robins belong to the Aves class and are considered birds. Though normally very solitary, they do group. In the United States, they are called waves. In Great Britain, they… are called rounds or breasts.
A group of adult cats is called a clowder or a glaring.
Groups of ostriches are called herds or flocks. Ostriches generally wander around in groups of five or less, they are considered nomadic.
herd or prickle
A group of horses no matter the sex can always be called a herd.If however the colt are feral horses and living together in a group they can also be called a Bachelor group/he…rd.
A group of cats is called a clowder or a clutter. When with a mother cat, it's a litter or a kindle.