A little girl wearing preppy clothes with a kitten—people want to be like her and wear those same clothes.
Suppose I have a sincere religious belief that if I stop at a stop sign, God kills a kitten.
She looooves Ann-Margret in kitten With a Whip, which is where she came up with this line.
He has tweeted photographic proof of the kitten pawing around the screen.
That message was like catnip and I am the worst kind of kitten: I love trouble.
Zoe trotted away with her head up, carrying the kitten very carefully lest her teeth should lacerate its tender skin.
When she had found one, she seized it as a cat seizes her kitten and made off with it.
With its head lower than its shoulders, and its long tail twitching, it slouched down the path, treading as softly as a kitten.
She was carrying her kitten as does a cat, by the nape of the neck.
Roll the ball to him softly, Cicely, quite softly as if he were a kitten.
late 14c., probably from an Anglo-French variant of Old French chitoun (Old North French caton) "little cat," from chat "cat," from Late Latin cattus (see cat). Applied playfully to a young girl, a sweetheart, from 1870.