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  • Unfortunately some of this breed develope a condition known as Manx Syndrome within the first few weeks of life

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      Manx cats are a breed of cat that originated from the Isle of Man (also known as Manx) off the coast of Great Britain. They usually do not have a tail, though few do. They have very round faces, round bodies, and large ears. Their hind legs are longer than their forelegs, giving them a “bunny hop” when they jump.

      Considered the dog of the cat family, this breed of cat likes to stick close to its owner. Unfortunately some of this breed develope a condition known as Manx Syndrome within the first few weeks of life. This condition occurs when there is a mutation of the spine, which causes the poor little creature to die.

      I had a Manx cat ...


      • for ten years named Martha, and she was a real beauty. I have found this breed to be very loyal and loving, not to mention great with children. My youngest brother (a baby at the time) would pull her fur, and she would not scratch him. Though some people say that cats are not good with babies, she would often
        curl up next to him while he slept. They also don’t have so much of a meow as much as a chirp. They are usually short hair cats, but they have a double coat that sheds in summer, so this cat must be groomed about once a week.

        If you’re looking for a gentle, loving companion, a Manx may be just what you’re looking for.




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