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Toyger cat
Toyger


It will be easy to imagine that it is a tiger cub really, but a tiger cub will not grow up to eat you, The Toyger has a quiet and nice character, a friend in general, lively enough to play fetch and other interactive games, confident enough to pair with other animals such as cats and other friendly dogs.

Tiger cat can also be a good choice for families with children as long as their interactions are supervised, the cat usually weighs from 7 to 15 pounds, and they live for 13 years or more.

Brush the Toyger week after week to keep his coat shiny and healthy, and also needs to trim nails regularly and clean the ear and brush teeth.

Keep it indoors to protect it from cars, diseases spread by other cats and attacks from other animals, The Toyger is perfect for any home with people they will love and care for.


History


The name Toyger is a combination of the words "toy" and "tiger", in the 1980s the mixed breed was originally developed by Mrs. Sugden who decided to cross the Bengal dynasty named Millwood Rumpled Spotskin with a local short hair to increase awareness of preserving Tiger, a cat from Kashmir has been involved in this process to help highlight the distinctive lines of the Tiger's breed.

The International Cat Association (TICA) officially started registering Toyger in 1993.

Although Toyger started a designer class, it ended up in the care of rescue groups or shelters.


Toyger size 


The Toyger is a medium-sized cat, exact size criteria may vary as always with newest mixed cat breeds. Most female Toygers are between seven and ten pounds, and Most male Toygers weigh in at ten to 15 pounds.

Grooming cat


Grooming in Toyger is much safer than tiger grooming. Brush or comb it to keep his coat shiny and healthy weekly.

The only other grooming that Toyger needs is to trim your nails regularly every week. Clean and wipe the ear if the ears only look dirty, with a cotton cloth dampened with a gentle ear cleaner recommended by your veterinarian.

Start brushing, trimming nails and brushing your teeth early until your little cat gets used to this activity.


How to Buy a Toyger Cat?


If you want to get feline from anywhere, whether from a pet store, breeder or from another source, be always careful, there is no 100% guaranteed way to make sure you will never buy a cat with a kitten disease, all you need to know well about the breed Know what to expect, and check the facility to identify sick animals or unhealthy conditions.

Do not forget to ask your veterinarian, who can advise you with a reputable breeder, organization or any other reliable source of healthy cats.

Be patient. You may have to wait six months or more until the right little cat is available. Many breeders often do not release cats to new homes until they are at least 12 to 16 weeks old.

Consider whether an adult Toyger may be the best option for your lifestyle before you buy a kitten. If you want an adult cat, ask breeders about buying a breeding cat or if they know an adult cat that needs a new home.

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