BSPCA's Cat of the Week is Peanuts Breed: Domestic short hair Colour: Black and white Sex: Male Age: Around 14 months Neutered: Yes Peanuts is not just a handsome boy, he is also a very sweet cat.
What does DSH stand for?
DSH stands for Domestic Short Hair (cat)
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We have 69 other meanings of DSH in our Acronym Attic
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- Desert Springs Hospital (Las Vegas, Nevada)
- Desperately Seeking Help (USENET)
- Desperately Seeking Husband
- Development Support Hardware
- Diameter at Stump Height (forestry)
- Digital Solar Heat
- Discret Sérieux Humble (French: Discreet Serious Humble)
- Disproportionate Share Hospital
- Domaine Saint Hubert (French hotel)
- Dyschromatosis Symmetrica Hereditaria
- Dangerous Substances in Harbour Areas (UK)
- Delaware State Housing Authority
- Deputy Secretary for Home Affairs (Hong Kong)
- Desert Shores Homeowners Association
- Deterministic Seismic Hazard Analysis (earthquakes)
- Divine Savior Holy Angels (Catholic girls high school, Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
- Duluth Scottish Heritage Association Inc.
- Developmental Studies Hybridoma Bank
- Dressage Sport Horse Breeding
Samples in periodicals archive:
FOUND CAT Domestic short hair, tabby/white, approx 1 year.
Both cats are domestic short hairs around 10-12-months old - one a black male and the other a black and white female.
All griefs, yet I would rank them, top to bottom: dead mom, burnt house, lost ticket, flat domestic short hair.
Mash, who is a domestic short hair cat, was left pouring with blood and after being examined by vets, nearly had to have her leg amputated.
BSPCA's Cat of the Week is George Breed: Domestic short hair Colour: White and ginger Sex: Male Age: 3.
The word's most expensive cat is Zeus, a 90% Asian Leopard and 10% domestic short hair hybrid, which was bred by Esmond Gay with an asking price of pounds 100,000.
BSPCA's Cat of the Week is Pringles Breed: Domestic Short Hair Colour: White and black Sex: Female Age: Four months Neutered: No Pringles is a pretty girl with a sweet nature.