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posted by sweetlady982002
Are Evelyn Melendez and singer Jordan Knight divorced? Know about her marriage, husband, and children


Posted by MarriedBiography Posted on July 16, 2019 | In Affair , Child , Divorce


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There are many rumors about the divorce of this couple Evelyn Melendez and Jordan Knight. There was news of their separation in the year 2012. But they did not officially announce their separation, much of social media was bubbling over with reports of their fights.

Evelyn Melendez and her husband Jordan Knight
Source: Biography Leaks(Evelyn Melendez...
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posted by greyswan618
If you recently got a new kitty and are having trouble coming up with a name for your little feline,here is a list of some very cute names to choose from.There are names for boy and girl kitties.So browse at your hearts content.And from one cat lover/owner to another,enjoy and love your little feline and cherish each moment you have together.Here is the list in no particular order...

Boy Names
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Oreo
Marlow
Merlin
Comet
Copper
Apache
Apollo
Simba
Bandit
Bam Bam
Bear
Figaro
Romeo
Diego
Domino
Tigger
Nugget
Phoenix


Girl Names
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Harlow
Precious
Pumpkin
Peanut
Muffin
Nala
Butterscotch
Caramel
Mocha
Latte
Halo
Pebbles
Bella
Bindi
Gidget
Mittens
Willow
Leia
Piper
✿It has been scientifically proven that owning cats is good for our health and can decrease the occurrence of high blood pressure and other illnesses.

✿Stroking a cat can help to relieve stress, and the feel of a purring cat on your lap conveys a strong sense of security and comfort.

✿A cat has more bones than a human being; humans have 206 and the cat has 230 bones.

✿A cat's hearing is much more sensitive than humans and dogs.

✿Cats see six times better in the dark and at night than humans.

✿Cats eat grass to aid their digestion and to help them get rid of any fur in their stomachs....
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posted by Milena96
Cats can be major stinkers. We're not talking about smell, but rather their “catty” behavior towards their humans. Cats believe they are superior to all other living things. Don't you feel that sometimes they are just humoring us humans? Sometimes, their behavior can go to extremes and make us all crazy. Whether it is caterwauling, stalking, pouncing or displaying their dual personalities and schizophrenic tendencies, sometimes coexisting with your cat can be nerve-wracking and almost not worth the trouble. However, with a few basic tips, you can live with your cat peacefully. Ok, peaceful...
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posted by Milena96
The mystery surrounding why cats purr has fascinated pet owners for many years. There is no definitive answer as to why cats purr, but there are a few theories that have been suggested. The effect on humans is usually soothing, but one thing is clear – cats don't always purr because their happy.

The purr of domestic cats is unique, although other felids like bobcats, cheetahs, and pumas also purr. Kittens learn to purr within their first few days of life, even before they open their eyes, and a mother often purrs while delivering her babies. Cats also purr when they are hurting, scared, or...
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posted by Milena96
Cats are first found living in a harmonious relationship with man from as early as 3000BC in Ancient Egypt. Evidence from archaeological studies in the region point to the African Wild Cat (Felis sylvestris lybica) as the primary ancestor of the domestic cat. Indeed, African Wild Cats are also frequently found today living as pets with traditional peoples. Studies in South Africa have been unable to distinguish the domestic cat from the African Wild Cat using DNA mapping techniques, while the European Wild Cat (Felis sylvestris sylvestris), which is often presumed to have contributed to the...
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posted by Milena96
Ocicat
Ocicat
Originated from interbreeding of Abyssinian, Siamese, and American Shorthair, the Ocicat is a completely domestic cat with the look of the wild. The Ocicat got its name because of its resemblance to the Ocelot, a glorious wild cat from Central and South America.

A cat lover looking for something exotic will love having an Ocicat as a housemate. Ocicats are intelligent, outgoing, and dedicated to their human families. They are adaptable to family life and will fetch, walk on a leash, and respond to your voice commands. Because of their sociable nature, Ocicats are not suited for people who are...
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