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The Cymric, (pronounced "kumrik"), is an intelligent and affectionate cat. While the Manx is considered one of the oldest breeds of domestic cats,The main physically distinguishing feature of the Cymric is its Manx tail, or lack thereof.

The Cymric, also known as the Longhaired Manx, has a relaxed disposition, unlike some of the more hyper breeds of cats, this cat is very content to curl up on your lap and take a nice refreshing nap. The Cymric is also fond of high places and it is not uncommon to find it taking a short nap in on top of your refrigerator. Being a very laid back cat, this breed usually does very well with other cats, dogs and children. And for the same reason this cat will usually do well in almost any family setting. In spite of its easygoing nature, the Cymric is also a playful cat that enjoys games of fetch. The love of fetch causes many owners to describe them as 'dog like'. Another doggish behavior is they will sometimes be seen growling at the unknown. This cat is also an excellent hunter, and enjoys games, which stimulate this passion.

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