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Month: February 2018

Why Does My Cat Bite Me First Then Lick Me?

If you’re a cat owner you’ll sometimes be puzzled by your cats behavior, especially when they give you a nip or bite and then lick you straight afterwards. This kind of behavior is very normal among cats as it’s regarded as a sign of affection and not aggression. What your feline friend is trying to tell you is, they Love You, it’s their way of giving you a kiss! Sometimes their cat kisses can seem more like a bite or a sharp pinch which can hurt. Remember don’t get angry at your cat as you can confuse the poor puss. If your feline friend gives a firm love bite than just be firm and say No! In time your cat will understand it’s still OK to show affection but not to cause you pain. The reason they do this is not to hurt you, they are simply kissing you like they would normally kiss another cat. Because cats have thick fur and their nerve endings in their skin aren’t close to the skins surface like ours, they need to nip harder in order to express their affection. For a cat, this type of affection is quite acceptable, but as a pet owner it’s not the most pleasant experience being bitten. To stop this type of behavior you can train your cat not to bite, although this can take some...

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Still Under Water in Surprise? Consider a Short Sale.

Distressed properties – those that are “under water” where more is owed on the property than will be available from the proceeds of a sale of the property – are thankfully far fewer than during the crash during the latter years of the previous decade. Still – some do exist – and Short Sales are still a viable option when faced with a “must sell” scenario of an “under water” property. Currently running at less than 3% of the closed transactions every month in our MLS, homeowners in that 3%, whether in Surprise or another part of the valley, can still use...

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Still Under Water in Tempe? Consider a Short Sale.

Distressed properties – those that are “under water” where more is owed on the property than will be available from the proceeds of a sale of the property – are thankfully far fewer than during the crash during the latter years of the previous decade. Still – some do exist – and Short Sales are still a viable option when faced with a “must sell” scenario of an “under water” property. Currently running at less than 3% of the closed transactions every month in our MLS, homeowners in that 3%, whether in Tempe or another part of the valley, can still use...

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Step By Step Directions for Milking the Prostate

The prostate is a gland of the male reproductive system. It is not found in women. Its primary function is the production of seminal fluid, and it also stimulates orgasm in males. The prostate gland can be affected by disease, including infectious inflammation or prostatitis, and prostate cancer, the second most deadly cancer among American males. Many people recommend milking the prostate regularly as a preventative treatment against prostate cancer and prostatitis. Prostate milking is also referred to as prostate massage. It is a fairly simple procedure and you can do it yourself if you want to. Here are the steps to take in milking the prostate on your own: 1. Perform urination or a bowel movement in order to maximize the relaxation of the area. 2. Make sure that your fingernails are trimmed and have no jagged edges jutting out. 3. Clean your body and your hands thoroughly. Then put on a sterile latex glove on your hand. Dab a little water-based lubricant on your fingers. 4. Carefully insert your finger or fingers into your anus. Move them gradually upwards and to the back, along the area of the rectum towards the front of your body. Your fingers should be moving in roughly the direction of your navel. 5. You will feel the prostate gland, which is like a small, round bulb about the size of a large...

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Still Under Water in Tolleson? Consider a Short Sale.

Distressed properties – those that are “under water” where more is owed on the property than will be available from the proceeds of a sale of the property – are thankfully far fewer than during the crash during the latter years of the previous decade. Still – some do exist – and Short Sales are still a viable option when faced with a “must sell” scenario of an “under water” property. Currently running at less than 3% of the closed transactions every month in our MLS, homeowners in that 3%, whether in Tolleson or another part of the valley, can still use...

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