If you're looking for a completely different cat experience, you've come to the right place. Toygers are confident, outgoing and playful with wild and exotic coat patterns. Most of our toyger cats have what is called “glitter." The same term is used for the Bengal coat and is prized.
Toyger cats are rare in the U.S. with only about 40 breeders. These confident, enthusiastic kittens make great companion animals for active families who want a mix of playtime and cuddling with their pets.
Heather Fitzpatrick, Breeder/Owner, Hiddle Valley Toygers
Such a fun surprise for these girls! And their mother says, "She is just everything we hoped for and more. Our girls are just obsessed with her and we are so grateful."
CHOOSING YOUR COMPANION
Choosing a dog from a shelter can be a great way to find a lifelong friend. But for many families, not knowing the dog's genetics, health history or socialization background is a risk they are not comfortable taking.
It's often impossible to pinpoint a dog's breed - and mixing certain breeds, such as a high-prey drive breed and a guardian breed, can have dangerous consequences.
Dogs from reputable breeders rarely wind up in shelters because we microchip all our animals and/or stipulate in our contracts that we will take dogs back if necessary.
For families that choose the breeder route, it's extremely important to select the right breeder. Look for a breeder with good reviews and experience. Take the time to get to know the breeder's reputation - contact people who have a dog from them and get their unvarnished opinion.
Whichever route you choose - adopting a shelter dog or choosing a puppy from a breeder - do your homework. Adding a four-legged friend to your home should never be a random act. Be thoughtful about the breed you want and why - and then decide where to find your special companion.
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