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Randall Jeppesen, KSL NewsradioPeople who have always dreamed of having their own tiger are now discovering the new cat breed.
Pam Rohan breeds cats, but just not any old cat. She breeds toygers. They are cats that look like mini tigers.
Rohan says, "As a child, I always wanted the leopards and tigers." So when she first saw a toyger she was hooked. She now breeds these orange cats with black stripes or dots full time. She says, "Their personalities are as different as your kids."
It's not a bad business either. Each toyger costs roughly $1,200, and Rohan ships them all over the world.