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Unfortunately we just found out that we have to move to Texas in the next month and there is not a lot of places that will let you rent with pets. We adopted Lilly almost a year ago when she was only about three weeks old since she was separated from her mother. She holds a special place in all our hearts to include my three daughters. She is very fun and energetic, she prefers to stay inside and makes a great family companion. Since we have had her we have never had a problem with her scratching up anything or using the bathroom anyplace other than her litter box. She is also fixed, has a 8 month Seresto Flea and tick collar ($75), Rabies Vaccination, FVRCP Vaccine, a pet carrier and several other toys. She also is very good with children and loves other cats also. Please call me at 239-691-8306 or email if your interested. Listed below is a quick summary about the Manx cat.
The Manx cat is the pride and joy of the Isle of Man, an island in the Irish Sea between Ireland and Great Britain. The cat's image has been featured on Isle of Man coins and stamps. Although there is no shortage of legends regarding how the tailless breed ended up on the island, it probably resulted from a mutation occurring in the native feline population. The Manx was one of the earliest breeds registered with the Cat Fanciers Association and was among the first cats shown in Great Britain in the late 19th century.
Manx appear in any color or color pattern. The long-haired variety of Manx is known as the Cymric. At maturity, Manx cats weigh between 8 and 12 pounds. Because they are large-boned felines, they might look heavier than their actual weight. Whether tailless, stumpy or full-tailed, the Manx cat is round. He boasts a round head, round cheeks, round eyes and round behind. The latter feature is taller than his front end. While he can't exactly leap tall buildings in a single bound, his strong back end makes him an incredible jumper.
Although the lack of a tail adds interest to the breed, it's the Manx cat's purrsonality that really attracts people. Smart, playful and devoted to their owners, they're known as "cats for dog people." Many Manx learn to play fetch and even enjoy venturing into water. Manx cats generally get along with other pets, including canines, and make good companions for older kids. They're generally laid-back cats, but have a special talent for hunting.
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