Strictly Coons Wyatt

We have a red boy for the first time! Wyatt is a little dream of a youngster boy; so playful and confident.

1 year old

Like the typical Maine Coon he loves splashing with water and prefers drinking through licking his paw. He totally hates being alone, and purrs just as we talk to him.

We are very excited to see how little Wyatt will develop. He is now tested according to the health programmes HD and HCM, and has sired his first litters.

Pedigree and background

About Wyatt
Name Strictly Coons Wyatt
Birth Date 17 April 2020
Sire Coonity Umbrian MCO n 22
Dam Strictly Coons Tamina MCO fs 09 22
Colour Red classic tabby
Eye Colour Yellow
EMS code MCO d 22
Genotype coat colour Aa DD gg mcmc spsp ww Oy
Longhair gene (M3, M4) M3/M3
Blood group DNA A/A
Complete inbreeding 7,13 %
Clones 19,5 %
Top 5 53 %
Generations back to foundation 5
PK-deficiency DNA N/N
HCM ultrasound scan Normal 27 April 2021 (1 year old)
HD X-ray PawPeds Left: Grade 1, Right: Normal (10 months old)
HD X-ray OFA Preliminary Fair (17 months old)
Patella luxation PL No signs (unofficial)
DNA screening MyCatDNA  (Wisdom panel)
Sire to: M-litter  and  N-litter

Pedigree in the PawPeds database – lenke til stamtavle

Wyatt is from older unusual and some newer lines, far from the more typical “Euro-lines” of Maine Coon. Wyatt comes from Petra at Strictly Coons in Germany, a friend of Sibylle at Greygables where several of our cats come from. He is a distant relative to our retired William through his mother’s mother side going back to Cascademtn Sam McLeod. Wyatt’s father and mother’s father both come from Coonity in Austria, Ulrike Illia who has been breeding Maine Coons for decades and has worked with “real American Maine Coon”-lines for years, and we are so grateful to be allowed to maybe take a small part in this work.


Wyatt is a name that gives connotations to the American Wild West, Wyatt Earp,  The name is Medieaval English, a variant of Wyot derived from Wigheard, and the meaning of the name is battle, brave, hardy.




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