The noun 'clowder' has only one definition, a clowder of cats.
A group of cats is called a clowder
A clowder is a group of adult cats, like a flock of birds or a school of fish.
Kittens: litter Cats: clowder
A group of cats is called a clowder.
A group of cats is called a "clowder"! ^. .^
Clowder: Noun1. a group of cats
a group of cats is called a clowder
The standard collective nouns for cats are:a clowder of catsa clutter of catsa dout (or dowt) of catsa nuisance of cats
Yes, the plural form for the singular noun cat is cats.If you are asking about 'collective' noun, you could use 'clowder', or 'glaring'. A clowder of cats, a glaring of cats. Plural and collective are related but different ideas. Plural refers to simple number. If I have not one cat but two cats, the simple plural is used. A group of cats would be a clowder or glaring.
A group of adult cats is called a clowder or a glaring.
A clowder, clutter or glaring.
A group of cats are called a clowder.
A "pride" refers to very large cats --- lions, etc. Domestic cats are called a "clowder ".
A large group of cats is known as a "clan".
A clowder. A group of kittens is called a kindle.
A group of domestic cats are called a clowder but can also be referred to as a clutter or glaring.
A group of cats is actually called a clowder or a clutter, so no, it's not possible to guard it with a "herd" of cats. However, it would be possible to guard it with a clowder/clutter of cats, assuming the cats aren't likely to destroy the pillow fort or just leave.
Among people who care for groups of feral cats, the group is known as a 'colony.'
A group of cats is called a clowder or a clutter.When with a mother cat, it's a litter or a kindle.
The standard collective nouns for cats are:a clowder of catsa clutter of catsThe standard collective nouns specifically for house cats are: a dout (or dowt) of catsa nuisance of cats
A clowder is the name given to a group of cats. Cats are usually solitary and are seldom seen in groups, except for feral ones.
A group of cats can be known as a glaring, a clowder, or a group. Generally, a glaring is four or more cats, but the definition is open to interpretation.