Definition of mog in English:

mog

noun

British
informal
  • another term for moggie
    • ‘My dad's been wanting me to move out ever since the heat lamp for my pet mog almost burned the house down.’
    • ‘So there were no meerkats but there was a scraggy and very friendly mog that came up and spent half an hour rubbing itself around my ankles and purring like a tiger as I tickled its neck.’
    • ‘The mog ended up in a cat rescue centre after a passer-by saved it from a violent group of yobs.’
    • ‘And only cos I love sharing this photo, this is the most talkative kitty I've had, a random mog from the pound.’

Pronunciation

mog

/mɒɡ/