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Cymric

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  • Between Children – 5/10
  • Intelligence – 7/10
  • Mobility – 6/10
  • Maintenance Need – 8/10
  • Acting – 6/10
  • Trainability – 6/10

Cymric cats with watchdog spirits tend to be aggressive and meow against unusual situations at home. Moreover, this cat breed is tailless!

Historical

Cymric cats, which are the result of a completely natural mutation, have a very deep-rooted past. This tailless cat breed, thought to have emerged in the 1750s, manages to attract attention thanks to its different images.

There is no evidence of how this race, first seen on the Isle of Man island of Britain, spread out of the island. These cats, which spread to different countries by ships, became popular in a short time and contributed to the interest of Isle of Man island. This reputation of the Cymric cats also helped the Isle of Man island to be particularly known for its tailless cats and even to enter much important literary literature.

Cymric cats have been recognized as a different breed since the founding of international cat organizations. Also, the long-haired variant of this cat breed was officially recorded in 1994.

Weight – Dimensions

Cymric cats are unexpectedly heavy. Their weights starting from 3.5 kilograms can reach up to 6 kilograms.

Lifetime

This cat breed lives on average between 8 and 14 years.

Personality

Cymric cats’ constantly alert structures have caused these cats to be used on ships to fight mice for many years. Cymricler, who is always on the alert as a character and very active according to his crusher, will reveal features that will surprise you in the home environment.

Careful enough to ensure the safety of your home, this cat breed reacts by snarling and meowing when a stranger enters the house or something unexpected happens. It is also very common that the Cymricians are attacked in such situations.

Even though they have aggressive features, Cymric cats, which show great commitment to their owners, cease to meow and attack when they realize that their owners do not feel any discomfort.

Care

Cymric cats need to be combed several times a week. Also, you must regularly shorten the hair on the butt part to prevent the toilet from getting on your hair.


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