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Items Cat Fancier Association(CFA) The International Cat Association (TICA)
Manx Cymric
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. Cobby Cobby
Size: Medium, compact and well-balanced Medium Medium
Boning: Sturdy bone structure. 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. Sturdy Sturdy
Musculature: Solidly Muscled Well-Muscled Well-Muscled
Short Short Short
Size: Thick Thick Thick
Point Score 25 Points 30 Points 30 Points

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