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Update January 6, 2023: Coyote had a third healthy litter from Baluga - three white Polydactyl boys. She will likely be retired from breeding shortly. I was already able to find a wonderful future pet home for her in Winnipeg with a lady who already has a healthy Maine Coon from me from 20 years ago.
Please share my excitement to introduce “Coyote”, my beautiful new foundation female!
Coyote has the original Masterweaver Polydactyl feet (link below). Her origin is the Prairie Land of Central Canada. Coyote was carefully selected for her extremely affectionate temperament, her quality and excellent health.
I was able to register Coyote as an F2 because both parents are known and registered as Maine Coon foundation stock. Coyote’s mother raised many litters on Canadian farm lang.
Here is her Pedigree:
Detailed information on Coyote can be found on Pawpeds under foundation cat documentations.
HCM: Echo CLEAR at age 1 1/2 and age 2.9
(will be retested at age 5)
PKD: Echo Clear at age 1 1/2
HD: Pass with right good, left fair! (while still nursing!).
Optimal Selection: All 50 clear including SMA!
Perfect Oral Health!
Like her mother, Coyote is an amazing mother. She had 5 beautiful, healthy kittens from Jelani in 2021. Then in the spring of 2022, she was bred to my F3 boy Roschan for an F3 litter, in order to bring the two brand new foundation lines together, while maintaining some solid, older Maine/Michigan/Canadian foundation lines. We were able to build a larger frame and stretch the ears a little bit and slightly improve the coat, while maintaining a high foundation content. Please visit the link “Coyote’s Daughters” to see pictures. It’s a labour of love! :-)
Paragraph copied from a breed article, published by CFA, one of the largest cat organisations:
<<Favoured varieties of today have been bred sire to daughter and cousin to cousin until their breeds are ruined [...] man's insistence on upon breeding in order to perpetuate features approved in the show ring has produced animals of weak constitution, prone to such conditions as skin troubles, lacking in intelligence, no longer mentally alert, eventually stupid; and at last breeding with difficulty: a state of affairs leading in the end to the sterility and death of the breed.">>
For more information on the crucial importance of Maine Coon foundation work, please click the link below. The other link explains the MW Polydactyly on the bottom of that page.
Perfect Oral Health!
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