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The Toyger cat breed was originally created by crossing Bengal cats with striped tabby domestic shorthairs. Careful breeding has produced a cat that is moving toward the appearance of a "toy tiger", with more rounded ears, distinct and strongly contrasting striping pattern, and circular striping patterns on the face. The preferred coloration of Toyger kittens is an orange-tan background with strong black striping, to echo the bright orange and black of a Bengal tiger.

Interesting breed fact: The Toyger cat was originally created to draw attention to the endangerment of wild tigers.

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Acceptance: The Toyger breed is accepted for championship status by TICA.

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