It is said that unlike dogs, cats domesticated themselves because it suited them. That explains their untamed nature and our very different relationship with them.
So how did cats go from being fierce predators to the lovable scamps that we know today?
• Crew - The members of a ship.
• Cling - to hold onto tightly.
• Shatter - break or cause to break suddenly and violently into pieces.
• Torpedo - attack or sink (a ship) with a torpedo or torpedoes.
• Hull - the main body of a ship or other vessel, including the bottom, sides, and deck.
• Serviceable - fulfilling its function adequately; usable.
• Sidekick - a person's assistant or close associate, especially one who has less authority than that person.
• Bend - shape or force (something straight) into a curve or angle.
• Will - expressing desire, consent, or willingness.
• Silo - a tall tower or pit on a farm used to store grain.
• Granary - a storehouse for grain.
• Striped - marked with or having stripes.
• Scourge - a person or thing that causes great trouble or suffering.
• Gnaw - bite at or nibble something persistently.
• Globe trot - travel widely.
• Dispatch - kill.
• Lineage - direct descent from an ancestor; ancestry or pedigree.
• Tame - of an animal) not dangerous or frightened of people; domesticated.
• Docile - ready to accept control or instruction; submissive.