The lack of tail in cats often disappear, but in the small and isolated population of the cats from the Isle of Man, This dominant mutation, unrelated to any of the other races of short tail, persisted and became famous. The manx was presented in the 19th century contests, in the early 20th century it was exported and settled in the main records, Although only CEA allows the traditional Western colours.
The long-haired or cymric, not widely recognized. The longies tend to have almost normal queue, but curved; the slumpies, they have short, broad tail; the risers, a remainder of tail or cartilage; and the rumpies are not or bid a hole. All cats that are presented are rumpies (except in the FIFé), but they breed with each other to prevent deformities that can be deadly.
Their long hind legs have contributed to the myth of the hybridization with rabbits, But even if friendly, the manx are not vital, but they have the typical serene personality of British cats.
Despite the absence of a tail, the manx have no problems with balance. Their hind legs, longer than normal, They help to make up for it.