Welcome to the UK Toyger Cat Club

Founded in 2016 by a group of Toyger cat breeders and owners, the Toyger Cat Club set out to help promote and develop this beautiful, exotic cat in the United Kingdom,?as well as achieve GCCF affiliation for the club and?full Championship status for the Toyger.

Explore our website?to find out everything you need to know about registering, breeding and showing your Toygers with the GCCF or feel free to contact us.






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About Us

A Club For Everyone!

We have a committee of Toyger owners and breeders with considerable knowledge and experience of the Toyger breed, who are ready to offer help, advice and support to all new members.

Our treasurer, Dr Sue Moreland is also the GCCF Veterinary Officer and is able to help on all veterinary rules relating to GCCF shows as well as general veterinary advice.

We have many more great benefits for our members so to find out more, please click below.

Toyger Merits Progress

To become a GCCF recognised breed, 60 Merit Certificates need to be awarded.

A maximum of 4?Merit Certificates per Toyger will be counted; if awarded by 4 different judges and no more than 2?were won as a kitten.

If you win a Merit, please email? the progress bar and the?Toyger GCCF Merits List?can be updated.


About Toygers

The Toyger is a medium to large cat breed?of foreign type with a long, low slung, muscular body and athletic appearance. It is characterised by its striking, plush, striped, glittered coat and superbly, amiable temperament.?The Toyger has been bred to resemble a miniature tiger but with the temperament of a domestic pet. No new wildcat outcross has been used in the development of the Toyger, which is still ongoing.

Toygers have been bred in the USA for over 30 years.?The breed was first recognised by the GCCF in 2015 and achieved preliminary status in the Foreign Breed Group?in June 2016. We are now enjoying showing our Toygers for Merit Certificates at GCCF shows and also introducing them to the public at events such as the National Pet Show.

Toygers For Sale

Looking for a Toyger?

Buying a Toyger as a family pet is a big commitment that should not be rushed into. Toygers are dog-like and become very attached to their owners, often craving more attention than most cats.

Take your time to think about the undertaking you are considering and whether a Toyger?is right for your current and future circumstances. Do not allow yourself to be swept along on a tide of emotion, only to realise later that you made a mistake.

A new Toyger cat or kitten can be a wonderful addition to the family and that is just what it should be, so please take the time to decide?whether it is for you.


Market Drayton, Shropshire

A vet and small, established, hobby breeder with over 15 years experience breeding friendly, show winning, GCCF registered Toygers.

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Grantham, Lincolnshire

A passionate breeder with a priority of?producing healthy Toyger kittens that develop into happy, loving, friendly cats.

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Brandon, Suffolk

Over 10 years experience of breeding and showing Toygers and focusing on high standards with excellent temperaments.

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Neutering cats at four months of age (or less)

Langford Vets have posted an update about neutering a cat at four months old (less), something that has been believed as too early but?with no evidence, it appears to be purely down to tradition. To read their article, please...

We’ve Reached 30 Merits!

To become a GCCF recognised breed, 60 Merit Certificates need to be awarded. A maximum of 4?Merit Certificates per Toyger will be counted; if awarded by 4 different judges and no more than 2?were won as a kitten. If you win a Merit, please...

Toyger GCCF Standard of Points Updated

The Toyger Standard of Points has been revised slightly and the changes were approved at the last meeting of the GCCF Council on 4/10/2017. When showing a Toyger at a GCCF show, please make sure you put a copy of this updated version on the top of your pen for the...

Toyger Cat Club AGM and Breed Seminar

On 2nd July 2017, we will have our Annual General Meeting and after, a breed seminar where you can learn about the Toyger breed, meet Toyger adults and kittens. VENUE White House Cattery, Newark Hill, Foston, Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG32 2LF. TIME Toyger Cat Club AGM...

The Bengal Cat Club Show 2016

What a fab day at the Bengal Cat Club?Show! We had the largest entry of Toygers yet for a GCCF show and all 5 were awarded Merits!Best in Show ? AOV Variety Assessment was Mistymogwai Knight Indarksatin, he also won the Toyger Adult Assessment Class with Mistymogwai...
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Approved as a Provisional Member Club by GCCF

The Toyger Cat Club was approved as a Provisional Member Club of the GCCF by the Board of Directors today! This brings us closer to our aim?of being the first GCCF Member Club catering for the Toyger in the United Kingdom.
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The National Pet Show 2016

The Toyger Cat Club officially launched at this show and was inundated with visitors full of questions and adoring the lovely Toygers. We even got a comment from the organisers that due to a large number of visitors wanting to pet their soft fur, we used the most hand...

Our Members Toygers

All photos and videos on this gallery?are from our club members and breeders. If you are a member and would like your Toyger Cat or Kitten featured here, please send us an?email at? your image or video?attached, as well as your Toygers name and we will post it as soon as possible.
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