(" Anyone see where me tail went? I haz been lookin' for it since I wuz a kitten." )

The Manx is known for not having a tail, but that doesn't stop this breed from socializing. Smart and observant Manx cats are quick to join in on social gatherings and games. They love to play fetch and try out new toys. These kitties adore company and

Find the purrfect addition to your family with one of these variety of cat breeds. From Burmese to Birman and Maine Coone to Manx, finding the next pawesome member of your family is just a click away. If you have children, discover PetCentric.com’s list of cats that will make for a good companion to children of any age!

Find the purrfect addition to your family with one of these variety of cat breeds. From Burmese to Birman and Maine Coone to Manx, finding the next pawesome member of your family is just a click away.

American Bobtail kitten!   What a cutie! I love the lynx tipping on the ears and longer cheek fur, it really gives the cat a wild look.   (Kind of a relief to know that their short tail is due to their genetics, and not docking.)

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What a cutie! I love the lynx tipping on the ears and longer cheek fur, it really gives the cat a wild look. (Kind of a relief to know that their short tail is due to their genetics, and not docking.) -- Like my very own bobcat!

Cymric: The friendly, affectionate Cymric (pronounced kim-rick) is the longhaired variety of the tailless Manx cat. Other than coat length, the two breeds are identical, with a solid body, round head, widely spaced ears and large, round eyes. The thick coat comes in many colors and patterns, including tabby, tortoiseshell and calico.

CymricThe Cymric (pronounced kim-rick) is the longhaired variety of the tailless Manx. Other than their fur length (and breed monikers), the two breeds are identical. The gentle and playful feline takes his name from the Gaelic word for Wales.

So that’s just about everything you need to know about Manx cats. | 37 Manx Cats That Prove You Don't Need A Tail To Be Happy

37 Manx Cats That Prove You Don't Need A Tail To Be Happy

Manx cat images showcase the playful spirit of this cat breed. Manx cats have a gene that leaves many specimens of the breed without a tail. Over the years, there have been many legends created to explain why Manx don't have tails.

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* * SHORT TAILS: Tailess or stubby tailed cats like the Manx have developed from a spontaneous mutation, a gene that eventually became common on the Isle of Man because of the limited genetic diversity.

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