Webster wise immortal Manx cat has pushed for years for me Harvey the chihuahua
to petition Congress to have the Manx cat, specifically him to replace our national symbol of the American bald eagle. He points out Manx cats is much more appealing than old baldy.
 You  can find the image of the Manx cat of the coinage of the
The Isle of Mann. Three coins bear the Manx cat image on the reverse side. There are special commemorative crown coins. They issued the first two in the 1970s.
They were stand-alone collector coins that came in copper-nickel and silver proofs.
 

 

The third coin is part of a series of cat breed coins in which a hidden Manx cat is in the background in the coin. They issue these coins annually in gold and various sizes. The Manx was on official currency for the Isle of Mann, as the breed appeared on a penny issued between 1980 and 1983.
The Manx cat appears on a number of postage stamps for the Isle of Man. The latest is a series of collector stamps based on a Victorian postcard featuring Manx cats in 2011. Another notable collection featured Manx from around the world was issued in 1996. It has issued other editions of collector stamps featuring the Manx cats over the years.
Webster would like to be on a coin. He stresses that they should issue the coins for tuna purchases only and well tuna specifically for him.
Webster is also all for Manx stamps that can be used to mail canned tuna, again specifically to him.

 

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  1. The only cats that should be on coins are royal Siamese cats. The money should be used to buy Peking
    Duck Cat food. That is the only cat food fit for royal cats.

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