The Loud House Encyclopedia
The Loud House Encyclopedia

Liam Hunnicutt, his Mee Maw, and their pets

The Hunnicutt Family is composed of Liam Hunnicutt and his relatives. They all live on Liam's farm.


It's habitational name from either of two places in Devon named Hunnacott, from either the Old English personal name Huna or Old English hunig ‘honey’ + cot ‘cottage’. There is also a place named Huncoat in Lancashire, which has the same origin, but the distribution of the surname in England suggests that it probably did not contribute to the surname.

Family members


Main article: Liam Hunnicutt

Liam's Father

Liam's Father is an unnamed, unseen minor character in The Loud House.


He was first mentioned in "Farm to Unstable" where he and Liam's brother were away at an egg convention at the time when Mee Maw sprained her ankle wrestling Virginia.

Liam's Mee Maw

Liam's Mee Maw is an unnamed minor character in The Loud House.


She is first mentioned in "Overnight Success". After Lola gives Liam a makeover, he notes his resemblance to his Mee Maw, and dashes out of the Loud House as a result.

In "Back Out There", Liam mentions that his Mee Maw said to be home before it gets dark.

She first appeared in "Stall Monitor", for Liam's parent teacher interview and brought her goat with her.

In "Coupe Dreams", Liam and his Mee Maw were among the people picked up by Lori Loud alongside the farm animals.

In "Family Bonding", Liam mentions that his Mee Maw made some yogurt, which disagreed with him.

In "No Bus No Fuss", she provides Lincoln and his friends with a ride to school on Tuesday. She does this by driving a tractor and towing a cart filled with hay behind it, which is where the students were riding.

In "Farm to Unstable", Mee Maw sprained her ankle while wrestling Virginia. With his father and brother out of town, Liam had to do extra work on the farm as his friends help out. Rusty tended to Mee Maw.


Liam's Mee Maw is a round woman with curly orange tan hair. She wears light blue eye shadow, red heart tattoo, red lipstick. Her outfit includes a light yellow sleeveless shirt, teal capris with a thick black belt, white high heels, white bracelets, and white and pink earrings.


She's a confrontational and aggressive woman.



Stall Monitor

Coupe Dreams

Farm to Unstable

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Liam's Sister

Liam's Sister is an unnamed, unseen minor character inThe Loud House.


She is Liam's younger sister and Lisa's classmate. She was first mentioned in "Making the Grade", in which she and her classmates caught strep throat, but were medicated by Lisa.

Liam's Brother

Liam's Brother is an unnamed, unseen minor character inThe Loud House.


He was first mentioned in "Farm to Unstable" where he and his father are at an egg convention at the time when Mee Maw sprained her ankle.


Hattie is a minor character in The Loud House, who made her first appearance in "Back Out There".


Hattie is a ditzy, geeky girl, who loves sci-fi stuff, and has a habit of spoiling movies much to the dismay of everyone watching them.


She has brown hair, freckles, three pairs of eyelashes, and has braces on her teeth. She wears pearl earrings, a cyan shirt, a dark green skirt, white socks, and cyan slip-on shoes.


In "Back Out There", Liam arranged meeting between Lincoln and Hattie as replacement for Ronnie Anne. Hattie greeted Lincoln in cinema, but her tendency to spoil movies brought troubles to them both.

In "Pasture Bedtime", Hattie was among kids invited by Girl Jordan to her pool party. She was seen talking to Andrew.

In "Antiqued Off", Hattie was among audience of a stage magic performance.

In "Brave the Last Dance", Hattie was in same cinema room, where Clyde tried to bond with Emma.


  • Her name is a variant of "Harriet", which means "estate ruler".
  • She's the first of Liam's relatives to show up, rather than being mentioned.


Back Out There

Pasture Bedtime

Antiqued Off



Carol Anne

Carol Anne is a white nanny goat belonging to Liam.


In "Pasture Bedtime", Lincoln, Clyde, Zach, and Rusty milked Carol Anne and offered the milk to Liam to make him sleepy so that they could sneak off to Girl Jordan's pool party.

In order to avoid arousing suspicion, the boys got themselves glasses of milk too but instead of drinking it, they dumped their milk on the floor. Liam found it unusual that the "city slickers" would be drinking goat's milk but he wasn't suspicious and the milk worked in making him sleepy.

In "Cooked!", Carol was one of the guests at Virgina's birthday at Lynn's table.

In "Stall Monitor", Carol was seen riding a stateboard, pregnant, eventually giving birth to two kids in Mrs. Johnson's classroom. She also attacked Stella's father, making the Zhaus rush to the hospital. Her name was revealed in this episode.

In "Coupe Dreams", Lori carpools Carol Anne, along with Liam, his grandmother, and several other animals.

In "No Bus No Fuss", Carol Anne appears in the hay ride that Liam's mee-maw provides while transporting him and his frineds to school on Tuesday.

In "Farm to Unstable", Liam milks her at school due to having a tight schedule when Mee Maw injures herself and his father and brother go to an egg convention.

In "Guessing Games", a sick Liam dresses her up as Zach to cope with loneliness. She is later seen with her children on the farm when Liam is babysitting Charles, Cliff, Geo, and Walt.


Carol Anne's children

Carol Anne's children are the twin children of Liam's goat Carol Anne.

In "Stall Monitor", Carol Anne ate a spicy sandwich, which caused her to give birth to them prematurely. Liam then brought them out wrapped in blankets and sucking on pacifiers. All of his friends then cooed at the kids.

In "Guessing Games", they are seen standing next to Carol Anne.

In "Double Trouble", Liam enters them both into the competition to sponsor the Double Trouble sundae at Auntie Pam’s. However, they get disqualified for fighting in the second round. Later in the episode, they both take Liam’s shirt off his body and fight over it.


They are both white goats. They wear gold bells around their necks.

As newborns, one had a teal pacifier and swaddling blanket, while the other had a pink pacifier and swaddling blanket.


  • Their sexes aren't revealed, but since there's a tradition of dressing boy babies in blue and girl babies in pink, it's possible that the one in blue is a billy goat while the one in pink is a nanny goat.
  • They were born prematurely because Carol Anne ate something spicy. This is in reference to the idea that spicy food can cause preterm labour. However, unless the individual is sensitive to spicy food (in which case it may cause intestinal problems, which could then irritate the uterus) this is not true.


Clarence is Liam's turkey.

In "Coupe Dreams", Lori gave him, along with Liam, Carol Anne, Virginia, Liam's grandmother, and an unnamed rooster, a lift because she was running a carpool to raise money for a new car.

Clarence pecked Lori, annoying her, and Liam explained that Clarence was grumpy because the vacation had ended.

In "Guessing Games", he is seen on Liam's farm next to Carol Anne and her children.


Virginia is a pig belonging to Liam.


Virginia is a rather portly, pink sow who likes to wrestle Liam in the mud. Apparently, she likes to wrestle for fifteen rounds.

In "Pasture Bedtime", Liam describes Virginia as the only "lady" on his farm when Rusty asked if there were ladies present. He then wrestled with her and she lost. The next morning, he claimed to have made her into bacon for losing the fight, but it turned out to only be a joke.

In "Cooked!," Liam and the farm animals took Virginia to Lynn's Table to celebrate her birthday and make use of Lana's pet menu promotion. After Lisa accidentally collided with Liam's chickens and messed up the animals, Lana told him "Tonight's dinner is on us"! After the promotions that were not brought up to Lynn Sr. were discontinued, Virginia was seen helping Lana clean the dishes.

In "Coupe Dreams", Lori carpools Virginia, along with Liam, his grandmother, Clarence, Carol Anne, and an unnamed rooster.

In "Cow Pie Kid", Virginia catches a baseball while Liam is practicing pitching.

In "No Bus No Fuss", Virginia appears in the hay ride that Liam's grandmother provides while transporting Lincoln and his friends to school on Tuesday.

In Winter Special, Virginia sleeps on Liam's sheep, along with Liam himself.

In Guessing Games, Liam, to cope with loneliness while sick, dresses her up as Lincoln. Later, when Liam has recovered, he tasks her with showing Charles, Cliff, Geo, and Walt (who he was looking after) around the farm. When Geo accidentally angered the bull by bouncing off his face and waking him up, Virginia protected Geo by farting at the bull, then took a nap with several other animals.

In "Musical Chairs", Liam mentions that Virginia once got her head stuck in a fence, so he got her freed by rubbing lots of margarine on her jowls.

Liam's chickens

Liam's chickens are some off-white chickens belonging to Liam.

In "Out of the Picture", Clyde did not want to live outside Liam's barn, because his chickens were mean.

In "Pasture Bedtime", Liam uses some of the chickens to produce electricity, allowing Clyde to plug in both his humidifier and dehumidifier.

In "Racing Hearts", one challenge was to collect eggs from Liam's chickens, which Luna found difficult because she dislikes farms.

In "Cooked!", some of Liam's chickens were with him and Virginia when they went to Lynn's Table for Virginia's birthday. Lisa accidentally ran into them as some of the chickens chased after her.

In "Brave the Last Dance", it's revealed that one of Liam's chickens, Yolko Ono, is in love with another, Clucky.

In "House Flip", it is shown in a flashback that Lori dented Vanzilla by hitting Liam's chicken coop while backing up.

In "Coupe Dreams", Lori carpools one of these chickens, along with Liam, his Mee Maw, Virginia, Carol Anne, and Clarence.

In "No Bus No Fuss", one of these chickens can be seen in the hay ride provided by Liam's Mee Maw while she was transporting Lincoln and the gang to school on Tuesday.

In "Farm to Unstable", Clyde is tasked to retrieve their eggs. He initially has trouble, but eventually succeeds.

In "Guessing Games", Walt makes friends with some of Liam's chicks.

Ellie Mae

Ellie Mae is a moose that Liam adopted after helping to free Lincoln from Canada.

He was introduced in "Schooled!". Before Liam adopted him, he was most likely the means of transportation that Clyde, Liam, Zach, Stella, and Rusty used in Canada. Later in the episode, he is seen among the crowd that reacts in horror to Lincoln refusing to have maple syrup on his pancakes which led to Lincoln getting booted from Canada for three years. After Lincoln's return from Canada, Liam adopted him. He is heard trying to gain control of him, but not before he breaks down the door to Mr. Bolhofner's clas trailer and attacks Chandler McCann while dragging him out of the classroom.


Bessie is a dairy cow owned by the Hunnicutt family.

In "Antiqued Off", Liam is seen milking her when Lincoln calls him.

In "Tough Cookies", Liam brings her over to the Loud House in order to make butter for the cookies that Lincoln and Clyde are selling. When the baking timer goes off, it scares Bessie, who kicks the conveyor belt that Stella built, causing a disaster. After the disaster ends, she eats the finished cookies.

In "Cow Pie Kid", she made a major load of manure. Liam threw one of her cow pies at a farmer, who needed fuel for his tractor. Her name is also revealed in this episode.

In "Winter Special", Liam observed Bessie, along with Daisy and a third cow, standing in the barn looking cold. To solve the problem, he herded his sheep into the barn and had them sleep next to the three cows to keep them warm.

Liam’s bull

Liam’s bull is a large, black bull owned by the Hunnicutts.

In "Cooked!", he is one of the guests attending Virginia’s birthday party at Lynn’s Table.

In "Guessing Games", he becomes angry at Geo for waking him up by bouncing off his head. He attempts to attack Geo, but gives up when Virginia farts in his face.

Liam's finest pigs

Liam's finest pigs are four pigs that Liam owns.

In "Senior Moment", Lori, Carol, and Roger attempted to use them in a prank. The prank involved each one wearing a jersey with a number on it, with the fourth pig wearing the jersey with a five on it. The point was for everybody in the school to go crazy pursuing the "fourth" pig. However, they ran loose, and the setting up of the prank was a failure.

According to Liam, they get greased every week.

Liam's prize piglet

Liam's prize piglet is a baby pig owned by the Hunnicutt family.

In "Tails of Woe", Liam brought the piglet to school for Friday Share.

While the piglet's exact origins are unknown, Liam refers to it as his prize piglet, indicating that he won it as a prize.


Larry is a beige llama who lives in a pet sanctuary in Ohio.


At first, Larry lived in an animal shelter, however, when the shelter filled up, he, a penguin named Willie, and a flying squirrel named Squirt had to be rehomed. Sam suggested taking them to a pet sanctuary in Ohio, but Lana refused, since she enjoyed spending time with the trio and didn't want to part with them.

Seeing no other choice, she sold Larry to the Hunnicutts. However, this didn't work out when Lana was asked to clean up Larry's dung at nighttime, which made her tired in the morning, so she moved Larry, along with Willie and Squirt, into the attic, since her parents had forbidden her from adopting any more pets.

When the pets kept escaping, Lana realized it was because they were bored living in the attic, so she agreed to let them be moved to Ohio. She gave Larry Lola's sash to eat on the trip. However, she could still talk to the pets online.


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Daisy is one of Liam's three cows.


In "Winter Special", Liam observes Daisy, along with Bessie and the third cow, looking cold in the barn. To remedy the situation, he herds the sheep into the barn to sleep in front of the cows and keep them warm.

"Farm to Unstable" reveals her name and that she refuses to be milked unless offered hay first.

In "Frame on You", she gave birth to a calf, which was reported by the Action News Team. The calf was originally mistaken to be male before being revealed to be female.

Unnamed Cow

The unnamed cow is one of Liam's three cows, the other two being Bessie and Daisy.


In "Winter Special", Liam sees her, Bessie, and Daisy looking cold in the barn and brings the sheep in to warm them up.

Liam's sheep

Liam's sheep are three sheep belonging to Liam.


In "Winter Special", he herded them into the barn to keep the cows warm. The sheep then fell asleep, and Liam changed into his pyjamas and fell asleep on top of them. Virginia also fell asleep on top of the sheep.

In "Farm to Unstable", Stella tried to shear them, but they chased her. Later, she succeeded in shearing them and styled the remainder of their wool, then put sunglasses on one of them.

In "Guessing Games", Liam dresses one of them up as Rusty to cope with loneliness while he is sick.

Liam's duck

Liam's duck is a white duck belonging to Liam.


In "Guessing Games", Liam was sick lonely due to not being able to spend time with his friends because he was sick. To cope with his loneliness, he dressed several of his pets up as his friends, including the duck, who he dressed as Stella.

Liam's horse

Liam's horse is a brown horse with a white muzzle belonging to the Hunnicutts.


In "Guessing Games", Liam dressed his horse up as Clyde to deal with being lonely due to an illness.


Dolly is Liam's Mee-maw's prized donkey.


Some time prior to the events of "Haunted House Call", Liam accidentally broke the family's fence while mud-wrestling with Virginia and blamed it on Dolly. After Dolly's death, her spirit remained in limbo, haunting Liam by repeatedly kicking and ramming him while he would feed the farm animals, though he was not aware of her identity for a while.

In "Haunted House Call", Liam calls the Mortician's Club to help deal with Dolly. When Dante calls for her to show herself, she manifests herself. Liam realizes that his actions are why she has been haunting him, and decides to make things right by admitting to his Mee-maw what he did. Dolly licks Dante in gratitude, and heads to the afterlife.

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