Manx Cat Picture 7


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Manx Cat Picture 7

This is another amateur picture that shows off the stump of a tail. This cat would be called a “stumpy”. Because the hind legs are thicker (in comparison to the average cat) and longer than the front legs, the Manx has a tendency to run like a hare. The normal walking, running and turning actions of this cat are affected by this body conformation.  Here is an interesting fact. A normal tailed cat was injured. Her tail was damaged. The tail was amputated. Afterwards she had kittens. In the litter at least one of the kittens had a stump for a tail. The same happens with Fox Terrier dogs who have their tails shortened surgically.


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Manx Cat picture – copyright Flickr name: weretable – reproduced under Creative Commons

Manx Cat Picture 7 to Manx Cats page

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  • http://www.fanciers.com/
  • Messsybeast

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