feli-, felin-, felino- (Latin: cat).
The killing of a cat or cats.
An animal of the feline or cat family.
Cats; cosmopolitan family containing about thirty-five species of small to large carnivorous mammals including the cheetah, cougar (puma), ocelot, lynx, bobcat, lion, tiger, leopard, and jaguar; most are terrestrial and arboreal.
Having the body or shape of a cat.
1. Belonging to or typical of animals of the cat family, including lions, tigers, and domestic cats. Similar to a cat; especially, in graceful movement or stealthiness.
The state of being feline.
The quality of being feline; a cat-like disposition; the typical qualities of the cat-tribe.
A fondness or love of cats.
An abnormal fear or hatred of cats.
Someone who has a fondness for cats.