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What is the life expectancy for a tailless manx cat after having a subtotal colectomy surgery?

My cat - not a full Manx - had the surgery when she was about 7 years old. She had suffered for many years with megacolon, and the surgery was the only option to save her life (MORE)

Why is a Manx style kipper called a manx style kipper?

This term should refer to a traditional whole split kipper that derives its colour from the smoking process, rather than from from dyes in the brining mixture. This is the way (MORE)

What does a Shearwater eat?

Shearwaters eat small crustaceans, plankton, squid, fish, and in some cases, floating scraps. Oodles more information at the related link listed below:
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What is the habitat or biome of a manx cat?

Manx cats are a domesticated breed, with many living on farms. They  are adept at catching mice, and farmers keep them around for this  purpose. The cats originated on the I (MORE)

What are manx cats?

A cat that has a genetic mutation in its spine that makes its tail be very short, or it can have no tail at all. They originated in the Isle of Man before the 18th century. Th (MORE)

Does the Manx Cat have six toes?

No, the Manx cat breed does not have six toes. As with all cats that are not born with the physical anomaly that causes the cat to have extra toes, the Manx breed has five toe (MORE)
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What is better the you phone 5c or 5s?

the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent  colrs just silver gold and black
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How many bones does a manx have in its tail?

  244   244    20 bones in a Manx tail
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How Common are Calico Polydactyl Manx Cats?

Calico Polydactyl Manx cats are relatively common, though there are  no exact statistics on the number of cats in the United States. The  cats are often sold for high prices (MORE)