5 Reasons a Manx Might Be the Right Cat Breed for You
You might be familiar with the Manx, particularly if you’re a fan of cartoons: Stimpy, of The Ren & Stimpy Show, is a Manx cat. The breed is noted for his rounded appearance — round head, round eyes, rounded rear — and usually, his lack of tail. Get to know him a little better and see if he might be the right cat breed for you.
He tends to be playful.
He’s generally friendly.
The Manx tends to be a friendly, affectionate cat who enjoys being around people. Some Manx will give all their love to a single person while others will shower the whole family, even children, with affection.
He tends to be athletic.
He may not always have a tail, but the Manx has a powerful rear end that can help make him an excellent jumper. The breed’s also capable of speeding through the house and racing around corners like a sports car.
He comes in many colors.
The Manx’s thick double coat comes in an array of colors and patterns, with the exceptions of chocolate, lavender, pointed or any of those colors or patterns with white.