A cat who easily lives up to his name!Mr. Manx was a beautiful dark-grey feral manx abandoned in the wilder parts of Georgetown whose tail is not entirely missing. He is stunning to look at. At his foster home, he became friends with Flavio, another feral caught shortly before Mr. Manx on the same property.
Mr. Manx will be a project for whoever adopts him, because he’s not quite ready to be petted. He doesn’t bite, he’s just gun-shy. As he got to know his foster parents, he allowed them to get closer and closer to them, and sometimes he’d come within a foot or two of them and sit and observe. But physical affection with people is something still in Mr. Manx’s future, for a furever home willing to work with him and break down those remaining barriers. Mr. Manx is an awesome, beautiful cat who is still a work in progress. And while he loves Flavio, he wants to pick a fight with another male being fostered in the next room. So he picks his friends carefully!
Mr. Manx bunks with Flavio – the two males got along well with each other, and usually sleep together (two of the pictures show them being best buddies together). Any adopters interested in getting a two-fer with these unique cats should read up on Flavio as well. A furever home is more important than keeping them together, but a furever home with room for two will have a hard time finding a more awesome pair of beautiful males (one obviously a manx, the other more a teddybear).A free six-foot-tall cat tree is available to Mr. Manx's new family!
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