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     The Toyger was bred from around 40 domestic cats from all over the world, including Bengals and standard tabbies. The unusual resemblance between Toyger cats and tigers has won the hearts of cat lovers all over the world. Toygers now range in price from $500 to $5000, depending on whether the cat is considered ‘pet quality’ or ‘show quality’. This price is unlikely to drop any time soon, while Toygers are so rare and difficult to breed.

The Toyger is designed to emulate the predatory grace of the jungle tiger. With its rolling gait and low-slung shoulders, it prowls around your home like a miniature wildcat. But could this very domestic and sweet-natured animal actually have real-life wild ancestors?

Toyger Cats are Loyal and Playful

One of our favorite things about Toyger Cats is their sweet and amiable personality. Toygers are easy going and very friendly, making them the perfect pet. They have innate self-confidence, which means they will usually get on well with other cats, and even other family pets such as dogs. They are generally good with children, although of course, interactions should always be supervised just as with any animal. They can be taken for walks on a leash. Imagine that; it would look just like you were taking a tiger cub for a walk! What a great conversation starter.

Toyger cats are extremely intelligent and playful, and can even be taught to play interactive games like fetch! They become extremely attached to their humans and make for a very loyal, devoted feline friend.

Would you like a tiny tiger slinking around your home? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

These pictures are of "Piper" our Queen!!! We are expecting kittens in June.. Deposits will be received as early as April.



Did you know that Toyger cats were developed to raise awareness about the decline of tigers in the wild? Toygers are a breed of domestic cat that has been bred to look and move like a tiger, but to be friendly and loyal like a tiny dog. The developer, Judy Sugden, wanted to increase cat owners' awareness of wildlife conservation by introducing these 'tiny tigers' into their homes. Toyger cats have quickly become one of the most sought-after breeds in the world, with a price tag to match! Here's why everyone wants a Toyger!!!