Manx Cats both bound and living with a person or family, usually quite difficult to live with and adapt to humans or to other families. Body size Manx cats are relatively short compared to other breeds with a broad chest and bent back to his hips. The location of the hip is higher than the shoulder, because the hind legs are longer and stronger than the previous.
• Dimple rumpy / rumpy, without having a tail at all (should have a show)
• Riser / rumpy riser, has a little tail on the base
• Stumpy, has a partial tail, longer than rumpy but shorter than longy
• Longy, normal tail length.
Another characteristic Manx cat is a round head with prominent cheeks. Nose color matching the color of fur. Short and thick necks and big eyes, round even though the color is not matching the color of fur. Ear size is, the bottom of the widened with a curved tip, the location of the two apart. Manx cat fur consists of two layers, short and thick. Almost all colors are recognized as colourpoint, bicolour, tabby and solid.
Manx breed, despite the absence of tail, has no problems with balance, because balance is controlled primarily by the inner ear, and the cat has little to do with the tail.
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