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2014-11-13 23:06:05

New 3-in-1 razor launches campaign to revolutionize shaving on-the-go for today’s busy woman (PRWEB) November 13, 2014 Gone are the days of shameful

2012-01-30 18:15:00

Photos of Smeagol and Zizzles, the Super Model Sphynx Have Gone Viral Flaunting Their Fashion -- But the Creators of Sphynx Cat Wear Wants You to Know That Clothing Your Hairless Feline Helps

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2013-06-12 16:11:04

The bambino cat is an experimental breed of cat that was registered with the TICA under the designation Experimental Bambino in 2006. This breed is a mix of the munchkin cat and the Sphynx cat. It received its name from the Italian word bambino, which translates to baby in English. Like the Munchkin breed, the bambino cat is short and has large ears. Its skin is like that of the Sphynx cat and is pink or white in color, but this also means that it requires frequent bathing in order to keep it...

2013-06-11 15:52:04

The Donskoy is a domestic cat breed that originated in Russia in 1987, when Elena Kovaleva, a cat breeder, discovered it in Rostov-on-Don, Russia. The cat was found to be distinct from the Sphynx, a cat that shares its hairless appearance, because a dominant gene causes its lack of fur. The breed was not recognized by the World Cat Federation (WCF) until 1997, and was later recognized by the International Cat Association (TICA) in 2005. The Donskoy is preferably medium in size with a...

2007-12-14 05:19:52

The Sphynx is a hairless-looking rare breed of cat, which is, despite popular belief, not hairless. The skin of the Sphynx feels quite silky; it is covered with a very fine, soft down which is hard to perceive by seeing or feeling. The Sphynx may have very short hair on the ear, tail, muzzle, feet or eyebrows. Some have whiskers and some do not. The skin of the Sphynx is the color that their fur would be if they had it, and their skin can be patterned as well. The Sphynx is known for its...

2007-12-13 19:22:23

The Cornish Rex is a breed of cat that is very distinguishable from other cats, because it has no hair except for down. Most breeds of domestic cat have three different types of hair in their coat, yet the Cornish Rex only has an undercoat, thus not shedding like other cats. Their coat is the softest of any breed. These cats are best suited for indoor living in warm and dry conditions because of their light coat. The Cornish Rex tends to gravitate towards warmth naturally, often finding a...

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Word of the Day
  • An uxorious, effeminate, or spiritless man.
  • A timorous, cowardly fellow.
Probably a blend of meek and cock, or from meek +‎ -ock (“diminutive suffix”).