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Dec 09

Judge Reports Yorkshire CCC

Mrs L Grant

AOC MAINE COON NEUTER – MALE
1PC AGGETTS ISADORYOU THEODORE (64 41d)  (13.3.10)  I was so impressed by the wonderful vibrant red coat colouring and extremely well defined Red Tabby coat pattern on this lad.  His pattern is drawn beautifully across his coat and his coat texture, is soft silky and beautifully prepared for the show day.  Wonderful moderate head with excellent breadth, just slightly longer than broad.  Super high cheekbone and lovely strong and square muzzle.    Strong chin with a super perpendicular nasal line and level bite.  Excellent width to his chin too.  Large and tall ears, nicely tapering and set high on his head.  Very well furnished with good tufts.  Full and round eyes, set and shaped just slightly oblique and wit a lovely gentle expression.  Lovely shallow curve to profile.  Excellent length to body with super weight and excellent substance  Substantial limbs and large paws.  Long well furnished tail.  Lovely gentle lad with real manners.

AC SLH WITH WHITE KITTEN NOT BRED BY EXHIBITOR
1 AGGETTS ISADORYOU STARS N STRIPES (64 41w) (25.3.11) Beautiful Brown tabby & white Maine Coon kitten of quality.  Lovely moderate head and excellent show preparation.  Beautiful profile.  One to watch!

Dr B Bennett

BROWN/BLUE TABBY OR TABBY & WHITE MAINE COON KITTEN, FEMALE. 
1. BoB. AGGETT’S ISADORYOU STARS N STRIPES. F. (64 41w) 6mths 4wks. Brown Classic Tabby & White Maine Coon. Cracking little lady well developed and of very well balanced type. Head well proportioned, with length there and breadth  only just a little less. Muzzle shows square boning while retaining femininity, becoming cheek bone development; furnished ears of size, tapered, well spaced and held up most appealingly, tiny tufts at tips. Very good full rounded gold eyes with an alert expression. Correct shallow concave curve brow to nose, uniform width to it,  good firm chin, level bite. Lower lip showed a little pink area just left of centre that seemed slightly proud of the adjacent pigmented sections, seen by Duty Vet and deemed unremarkable.  Strong body, desired squarish outline to the rump, tail length balancing. Superb coat texture and length, guard hairs well in evidence, little paw tufts coming through. Facial tracings clear, faint oysters on both flanks, body a little dark as yet, tabby pattern needing to break this up a little.