The Toyger may not like their punny moniker, but their orange and black stripes make them stylish. The Toyger was created in the 1980s by breeding a Bengal with a striped domestic shorthair.
The 15-pound Toyger is a smaller replica of the world's biggest cat. A pleasant and affectionate companion, the Toyger is not as fierce as its name implies. Tricks may be taught to this energetic breed.
Unlike the Toyger, Bengal cats are wild-bred. The Bengal, a mix between an Asian Leopard cat and a domestic shorthair, is smart, loves water, can learn tricks and walk on leashes, and most importantly, loves people.
Bengal cats may reach 18 pounds and are muscular. Bengal cats are ideal pets for energetic, entertaining people with time on their hands due to their curiosity and demand for attention.
The 15-pound Ocicat has speckled coat colors: The most leopard-like is tawny spotted. Even though they seem wild, Ocicats are sociable and outgoing. They appreciate being engaged in people' everyday life.
Chester, are you? The Bengal and Ocicat are Cheetoh parents. This huge, powerful cat stalks prey while hunting. Luckily, they're playful, snuggly, and fun.
Egyptian Mau may be the closest relative to snow leopards. Exotic cats are the only naturally spotted domestic cat species that can sprint 30 mph! The ancestors are also prominent in ancient Egyptian art.
The Highlander gives you two exotic cats for one price. They have spotted or marbled markings like leopards and bobtails like lynxes or bobcats. Another parent breed, the Jungle Curl, gave them curled ears.