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Black Cat Short Tail Great Picture! — 9 Comments

  1. Stubby is beautiful, but I agree, I don’t believe he’s a Manx cat. Looks like the poor little thing had an accident that cost him most of his tail.

  2. I found a list kitty that looks just like that cat with a short tail. Wearing a green collar. Male cat very friendly. Please post this picture and help me find his mommy and daddy

  3. That cat looks as if he lost most of his tail in an accident.
    I feel sorry for cats without tails because they use them to help their balance and also to show what mood they are in and I think it’s cruel to deliberately breed cats like Manx cats.

    • Yes, this is a great picture but the cat is a moggie and for some reason he has a short tail. The tail serves a purpose. Balance being one purpose and touch being another. As you say there is body language and communication through the tail too. As you say a cat without a tail has a physical defect that makes life harder.

    • Hi Mady. Regrettably, the answer is no. Short tails are just a genetic mutation so it occurs in the random cat population. Random bred cats are worth about $35 or £35 (UK) or currency equivalent. There may be a bit more value in your cat because or rarity.

      Thanks for visiting and sharing. If I were you, I would not think about the value of your cats but how you can make their lives better. All cats are equal as far as I am concerned.

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