Published at Saturday, April 14th, 2018 - 19:11:23 PM. . By sempak.
Why did I choose him? Firstly, he was the most confident of all the kittens in the cage. This was very important as I do have a (well-mannered) Chihuahua at home and he would have to be able to hold his own with her. Secondly, the kitten I went in originally to see didn’t have as sleek and shiny a coat as the one I chose. You can tell a lot by the coat of a cat. The original kitten perhaps didn’t know how to bathe itself, or was possibly not as healthy as the one I chose. Lastly, I really liked the way my kitten looked. He is creamy and ginger and has the most amazing light greeny yellow eyes. He is almost a cat now, and quite a handful. We don’t have any problems with him and the Chihuahua and he is in excellent health with all vaccinations and worming taken care of.
Manx: The Manx is known for its stubby tail or having no tail. The downside to Manx cats is the lack of tail. Often a Manx can suffer from worms and other parasites due to improper cleaning and not having the protection of a tail. This does not mean you should discount the Manx as a breed. The Manx breed is extremely intelligent and playful. They are a lot like dogs in the play area because they can fetch when you through toys and bring them back to you. They are very social animals and depend on human care. They dont like to be left alone for too long, so it is wise to have other cats to play with when you are gone during the day. The best home for a Manx is one filled with children.
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