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MANX

 

GENERAL: the overall impression of the Manx cat is that of roundness; round head with firm, round muzzle and prominent cheeks; broad chest; substantial short front legs; short back which arches from shoulders to a round rump; great depth of flank and rounded, muscular thighs. The Manx should be alert, clear of eye, with a glistening, clean, well-groomed coat. They should be surprisingly heavy when lifted. Manx may be slow to mature and allowance should be made in young cats.

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HEAD and EARS: round head with prominent cheeks and a jowly appearance (more evident in adult males) that enhances the round appearance of the breed. In profile, head is medium in length with a gentle dip from forehead to nose. Well developed muzzle, very slightly longer than it is broad, with a strong chin. Definite whisker break with large, round whisker pads. Short, thick neck. Ears wide at the base, tapering gradually to a rounded tip. Medium in size in proportion to the head, widely spaced and set slightly outward. When viewed from GO BACK TO LIST, the ear set resembles the rocker on a cradle. The furnishings of the ears are sparse in Shorthair Manx and full furnishings for Longhair Manx.

EYES: large, round and full. Set at a slight angle toward the nose (outer corners slightly higher than inner corners). Ideal eye color conforms to requirements of coat color.

BODY: solidly muscled, compact and well-balanced, medium in size with sturdy bone structure. The Manx is stout in appearance with broad chest and well-sprung ribs. The constant repetition of curves and circles give the Manx the appearance of great substance and durability, a cat that is powerful without the slightest hint of coarseness. Males may be slightly larger than females.

Flank (fleshy area of the side between the ribs and hip) has greater depth than in other breeds, causing considerable depth to the body when viewed from the side.

The short back forms a smooth, continuous arch from shoulders to rump, curving at the rump to form the desirable round look. Length of back is in proportion to the entire cat, height of hindquarters equal to length of body. Males may be somewhat longer. Because the Longhair Manx has longer coat over the rump area and breeches, the body may appear longer.

TAILLESSNESS: appearing to be absolute in the perfect specimen. A rise of bone at the end of the spine is allowed and should not be penalized unless it is such that it stops the judge's hand, thereby spoiling the tailless appearance of the cat. The rump is extremely broad and round.

LEGS and FEET: heavily boned, forelegs short and set well apart to emphasize the broad, deep chest. Hind legs much longer than forelegs, with heavy, muscular thighs and substantial lower legs. Longer hind legs cause the rump to be considerably higher than the shoulders. Hind legs are straight when viewed from GO BACK TO LIST. Paws are neat and round with five toes in front and four GO BACK TO LIST.

COAT LENGTH - Shorthair: double coat is short and dense with a well-padded quality due to the longer, open outer coat and the close cottony undercoat. Coat may be thinner during the summer months.

COAT TEXTURE - Shorthair: texture of outer guard hairs is somewhat hard, appearance is glossy. A softer coat may occur in whites and dilutes due to color/texture gene link but should not be confused with the silky texture found in the Longhair Manx.

COAT LENGTH - Longhair: the double coat is of medium length, dense and well padded over the main body, gradually lengthening from the shoulders to the rump. Breeches, abdomen and neck-ruff is usually longer than the coat on the main body. Cheek coat is thick and full. The collar like neck-ruff extends from the shoulders, being bib-like around the chest. Breeches should be full and thick to the hocks in the mature cat. Lower leg and head coat (except for cheeks) should be shorter than on the main body and neck-ruff, but dense and full in appearance. Toe tufts and ear tufts are desirable. All things being equal in type, preference should be given to the cat showing full coating.

COAT TEXTURE - LONGHAIR: coat is soft and silky, falling smoothly on the body yet being full and plush due to the double coat. Coat should have a healthy glossy appearance. Allowance to be made for seasonal and age variations.

COLOR and MARKINGS: Manx colors and tabby patterns are recognized as described under colors. Color/patterns showing evidence of hybridization (chocolate/lavender/ ticked tabby/pointed or these combinations with white) are not allowed. Cats with no more white than a locket and/or button(s) do not qualify for the bi-color or OMC Class. Such cats shall be judged in the color class of their basic color with no penalty for such locket or button(s).

TRANSFER TO AOV: definite, visible tail joint.

PENALIZE: on the Longhair Manx, coat that lacks density, has a cottony texture or is of one overall length.

DISQUALIFY: evidence of poor physical condition; incorrect number of toes; evidence of hybridization; evidence of weakness in the hindquarters; in profile, pronounced stop or nose break.

MANX COLORS

WHITE: pure glistening white. Nose leather and paw pads: pink. Eye color: deep blue or brilliant copper. Odd-eyed whites shall have one blue and one copper eye with equal color depth.

BLACK: dense coal black, sound from roots to tip of fur. Free from any tinge of rust on tips. Nose leather: black. Paw pads: black or brown. Eye color: brilliant copper.

BLUE: blue, lighter shade preferred, one level tone. Sound to the roots. A sound darker shade is more acceptable than an unsound lighter shade. Nose leather and paw pads: blue. Eye color: brilliant copper.

RED: deep, rich, clear, brilliant red; without shading, markings, or ticking. Lips and chin the same color as coat. Nose leather and paw pads: brick red. Eye color: brilliant copper.

CREAM: one level shade of buff cream without markings. Sound to the roots. Lighter shades preferred. Nose leather and paw pads: pink. Eye color: brilliant copper.

CHINCHILLA SILVER: undercoat pure white. Coat on back, flanks, and head sufficiently tipped with black to give the characteristic sparkling silver appearance. Legs may be slightly shaded with tipping. Chin, stomach, and chest, pure white. Rims of eyes, lips, and nose outlined with black. Nose leather: brick red. Paw pads: black. Eye color: green or blue-green.

SHADED SILVER: undercoat white with a mantle of black tipping shading down from sides and face from dark on the ridge to white on the chin, chest, and stomach. Legs to be of the same tone as the face. The general effect to be much darker than a chinchilla. Rims of eyes, lips, and nose outlined with black. Nose leather: brick red. Paw pads: black. Eye color: green or blue-green.

BLACK SMOKE: white undercoat, deeply tipped with black. Cat in repose appears black. In motion the white undercoat is clearly apparent. Points and mask black with narrow band of white at base of hairs next to skin which may be seen only when fur is parted. Nose leather and paw pads: black. Eye color: brilliant copper.

BLUE SMOKE: white undercoat, deeply tipped with blue. Cat in repose appears blue. In motion the white undercoat is clearly apparent. Points and mask blue with narrow band of white at base of hairs next to skin which may be seen only when fur is parted. Nose leather and paw pads: blue. Eye color: brilliant copper.

CLASSIC TABBY PATTERN: markings dense, clearly defined, and broad. Legs evenly barred with bracelets coming up to meet the body markings. Several unbroken necklaces on neck and upper chest, the more the better. Frown marks on forehead form an intricate letter "M." Unbroken line runs back from outer corner of eye. Swirls on cheeks. Vertical lines over back of head extend to shoulder markings which are in the shape of a butterfly with both upper and lower wings distinctly outlined and marked with dots inside outline. Back markings consist of a vertical line from butterfly down the entire spine with a vertical stripe paralleling it on each side, the three stripes well separated by stripes of the ground color. Large solid blotch on each side to be encircled by one or more unbroken rings. Side markings should be the same on both sides. Double vertical rows of buttons on chest and stomach.

MACKEREL TABBY PATTERN: markings dense, clearly defined, and all narrow pencillings. Legs evenly barred with narrow bracelets coming up to meet the body markings. Necklaces on neck and chest distinct, like so many chains. Head barred with an "M" on the forehead. Unbroken lines running back from the eyes. Lines running down the head to meet the shoulders. Spine lines run together to form a narrow saddle. Narrow pencillings run around body.

PATCHED TABBY PATTERN: a patched tabby (torbie) is an established silver, brown, or blue tabby with patches of red and/or cream.

BROWN PATCHED TABBY: ground color brilliant coppery brown with classic or mackerel tabby markings of dense black with patches of red and/or cream clearly defined on both body and extremities. A blaze of red and/or cream on the face is desirable. Lips and chin the same shade as the rings around the eyes. Eye color: brilliant copper.

BLUE PATCHED TABBY: ground color, including lips and chin, pale bluish ivory with classic or mackerel tabby markings of very deep blue affording a good contrast with ground color. Patches of cream clearly defined on both body and extremities. A blaze of cream on the face is desirable. Warm fawn overtones or patina over the whole. Eye color: brilliant copper.

SILVER PATCHED TABBY: ground color, including lips and chin, pale silver with classic or mackerel tabby markings of dense black with patches of red and/or cream clearly defined on both body and extremities. A blaze of red and/or cream on the face is desirable. Eye color: brilliant copper or hazel.

BLUE-SILVER TABBY (classic, mackerel): undercoat white, ground color, including lips and chin, pale clear bluish silver. Markings sound blue. Nose leather: blue or old rose trimmed with blue. Paw pads: blue or old rose. Eye color: green or hazel.

BLUE-SILVER PATCHED TABBY (classic, mackerel): undercoat white, ground color, including lips and chin, pale clear bluish silver. Markings sound blue with patches of cream clearly defined on both body & extremities. A blaze of cream on the face is desirable. Nose leather: blue or old rose trimmed with blue. Paw pads: blue or old rose. Eye color: green, hazel, or brilliant copper.

SILVER TABBY (classic, mackerel): ground color, including lips and chin, pale clear silver. Markings dense black. Nose leather: brick red. Paw pads: black. Eye color: green or hazel.

RED TABBY (classic, mackerel): ground color red. Markings deep, rich red. Lips and chin red. Nose leather and paw pads: brick red. Eye color: brilliant copper.

BROWN TABBY (classic, mackerel): ground color brilliant coppery brown. Markings dense black. Lips and chin the same shade as the rims around the eyes. Back of leg black from paw to heel. Nose leather: brick red. Paw pads: black or brown. Eye color: brilliant copper.

BLUE TABBY (classic, mackerel): ground color, including lips and chin, pale bluish ivory. Markings a very deep blue affording a good contrast with ground color. Warm fawn overtones or patina over the whole. Nose leather: old rose. Paw pads: rose. Eye color: brilliant copper.

CREAM TABBY (classic, mackerel): ground color, including lips and chin, very pale cream. Markings buff or cream sufficiently darker than the ground color to afford good contrast but remaining within the dilute color range. Nose leather and paw pads: pink. Eye color: brilliant copper.

TORTOISESHELL: black brindled with red and/or shades of red. Brindling with minimal patching acceptable. Eye color: brilliant copper.

CALICO: white with primarily unbrindled patches (minimal brindled color acceptable) of black and red. White predominant on underparts. Includes all expressions of the white spotting gene including the van pattern. Eye color: brilliant copper, odd-eyed, or blue-eyed.

DILUTE CALICO: white with primarily unbrindled patches (minimal brindled color acceptable) of blue and cream. White predominant on underparts. Includes all expressions of the white spotting gene including the van pattern. Eye color: brilliant copper, odd-eyed, or blue-eyed.

BLUE-CREAM: blue brindled with cream. Brindling with minimal patching acceptable. Eye color: brilliant copper.

BI-COLOR: white with unbrindled patches of solid color - black, blue, red or cream; white with mackerel or classic tabby patterns - brown, blue, red, or cream; white with either classic or mackerel brown patched or blue patched tabbies. Includes all expressions of the white spotting gene from low-white to van patterns. All other recognized Manx colors with white to be shown in OMC class. Cats with no more than a locket and/or button do not qualify for this color class. Such cats shall be judged in the color class of their basic color with no penalty for such locket and/or button. Eye color: brilliant copper, odd-eyed or blue-eyed.

TORTOISESHELL & WHITE: black and red and/or shades of red brindled with minimal white present (white limited to one or more feet, belly, chest, face and/or small spot of white on back, flank or neck). Cats with no more than a locket and/or button do not qualify for this color class. Such cats shall be judged in the tortoiseshell color class with no penalty for such locket and/or button. Eye color: brilliant copper, odd-eyed, or blue-eyed.

BLUE-CREAM & WHITE: blue and cream brindled with minimal white present (white limited to one or more feet, belly, chest, face and/or small spot of white on back, flank or neck). Cats with no more than a locket and/or button do not qualify for this color class. Such cats shall be judged in the blue-cream color class with no penalty for such locket and/or button.

OMC (Other Manx Colors): any other color or pattern with the exception of those showing hybridization resulting in the colors chocolate, lavender, the Himalayan pattern, or these combinations with white. Eye color: brilliant copper, odd-eyed or blue-eyed.

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Character: Friendly, intelligent, easy to train. He loves living in house, but also a good hunter, with glares expresses.

Cure: Not there are of the diets or specific dietetic regimes, eat practically all. One brushed to the sufficient day sar to maintain to lucente and serica the fur. E' much long-lived one.

The Manx one ancient "created" race that naturally isle of Man from which it takes the name.

This closely associated race to the island of Man, than is found to the wide one of the western coast of England of forehead to the Ireland; but one does not know as there is reached. Several legends are fate in order to explain of the origin, the presence on the island and the singular characteristic of being lacking in tail. The Manx perhaps be introduced from Japan, where the Bobtail was diffused with happening from centuries, but sure derived from one various mutation. The relative lack of tail in the Manx derives from mutation of a recessivo gene. According to an other theory, one Spanish ship of the Invincible one Armed naufrag to the wide one with the coast of the island of Man; on the ship there were cats acquires in the Middle East to you, some of which caught up the beach and they were multiplied.

Poich this genetic mutation involves an associated lethal factor to the reduction of the length of the tail of the Manx, these cats must be never couple to you with individuals to normal tail and between they. The length of the tail in the variable Manx; the ideal would be that not there was some I point out of tail. them Manx one race "sluice in if same"; the breeders instead employing for crossings cats Americans or English to short hair opt for been born individuals to normal tail in the cucciole of the Manx. The profile of the body of the remarkablly rounded off race from the head to the rump. The vertebre along devout the vertebral column they are often court of the normal school and reduced of number, cos that the arched back. In the rather frequent Manx also the bifid thorn; perci necessary to integrate the diet with folic acid, perch the increase of level of the B Vitamin makes to diminish the incidence of the bifid thorn in the small. An other present defect in the abnormally small Manx ano that pu to carry to the stitichezza.

The Manx is cats of medium compact, sturdy dimensions with round snout friendly dallespressione. They are very muscolosi and balances to you and have piedini posterior devout long and strong that allows they to carry out know to you long and powerful. In the type they are many neighbors to "the common" cat except as far as the lack of the tail.

The temperament:

The intelligent Manx, is become attached like a dog. Many morbosamente attack to their owner and its family, participating actively all us that it happens in house. They love to play also when they are not devout of the gattini and they are much sociable towards the human beings, but also towards other cats and dogs.

Many are convinced that their cat is magical and says to feel the presence of their cat also when this past to better life.

 

THE STANDARD

The Manx a cat of medium ransom, the solid and compact body, finishes with one rounded off rump while the back tilted in ahead in how much the height of the posterior limbs advanced to that one of the front ones. Particular its sailing point, a p waving and hopping, much to come compared to that one of a rabbit. The various vertebral column from the other felines, in how much the vertebre court is devout and approached. Its main characteristic the absolute lack of tail, even if many exemplary of it conserve one trace.

Ransom: average (between the 3,5 and 5,5 kg).

Head: wide and round. The cheeks are prominenti and the nose of medium width, without stop defined. It has the short and strong neck.

Orecchie: distanced, opened to the base and leggermente appuntite, are of medium largeness and hairy to the inside.

Eyes: large, round, shining and leggermente oblique and they can be of dark, orange blue color or learns (cio of various color), branch, green, to second of the cape, than in its turn pu to have various designs and colors.

Legs: those front ones are devout court of those posterior ones. The skeleton massiccia and the feet are wide and round, with bearings in tonalit of the color of the cape.

Tail: they exist in 4 variet. To the exposures the subjects lacking in tail (Rumpy can only participate). The others variet are use you for the reproduction in the breedings.

 

RUMPY: the perfect representative of the race, totally lacking in tail and, in the point in which he would have to begin the tail, there a small but characteristic sinking, to times covered from a ciuffetto of hair.

 

RUMPY-RISER: it possesses a small troncone of tail, formed from one to three vertebre sacrali.

 

LONGY or TAILED MANX: possesses one nearly entire, normal and goffered tail.

 

STUMPY: the moncone of tail it does not exceed the 3 centimeters and it has from 1 to 3 vertebre tail.

Cape: soft, soft and lucente, with sottopelo often and folto.

Colors: the standard admits one enormous quantit of colors, designs and shadings (but those typical ones of some breeds like the Burmese, Abissino or Siamese). The colors can be:

UNICOLORI: totally black, white man, red, cream or blue, shell of turtle, blucrema without strisce, spots, shadings or glares of others tonalit.

SMOKE: only one small part of the hair white man-silver while the cape has the tips vanished of color blue-slate.

CHINCHILLA: in chinchilla sottopelo candid silver, with the tip of the colorful hair for approximately 1/8 of its length. The mento, the zone of the abdomen and the forelocks of the orecchie are candid.

SILVER SHADED: it has a part of the hair candid silver, but at the same time a dark aspect devout poich the coloration of the tips covers approximately a third party of the length of the hair.

Average life: pu to exceed the 15 years

 
 

 

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