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Japanese Bobtail Cat

Bobs make outstanding companions. They're curious, bold, intelligent, and alert, and easily adjust to new people, situations, and animals, making them easy cats to show. Bobtails are active, but not annoyingly so. Their play is interactive and endearing. They want to be involved with their human companions and are more than willing to lend a paw when you need it (and even when you don't). Bobtails also enjoy a good conversation; they have chirping voices that produce a wide range of tones, some breeders describe this as 'singing.'
The gene responsible for the pom-pom tail is a simple recessive; Bobtail to Bobtail crosses produce 100 percent Bobtail offspring. The Bobtail gene is not related to the Manx gene and doesn't appear to be associated with any genetic defects. The tail's fur camouflages the underlying bone structure, which varies greatly from cat to cat. The tail is usually about 4 inches (10 cm) long, but curls into a corkscrew shape so it appears much shorter.

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