Voijer was a small cattery located in northern N.J, we have retired from breeding, and thank everyone who was a part of this amazing journey!  

We saw our first Birman at a cat show many years ago.  At that time I was looking for a pet and it wasn't’ until 1994 that I began to look for a Birman female for showing and\ breeding. 

Once I found a suitable cat, I started thinking about a name for our cattery.  
Many years ago one of my favorite shows was Star Trek Voyager.  Voyager was a ship that
went on a these were new “places” and my husband and I were definitely going on a journey into unknown territory!  The spelling of Voyager was already taken, so I spelled it 
One of the most wonderful parts of the journey are the friends we have made.  

One of the places this journey took us was into the lynx factor!  I fell 
in love with the lynx point cats.  Our first lynx, a blue-cream lynx point female, 
came to us thanks to Linda Birkmann of Pussetoe Cattery in Canada .  Pussetoe Wind 
In The Willow arrived here in August of 1999.  Willow was shown as an AOV in 
CFA, which is “any other variety” of cat.  These are cats that are shown for the 
judges to see but who are not eligible to be awarded points toward granding.  The 
lynx point and red factor cats were accepted to be shown in CFA in May of 2001. 
Willow's first litter was born in July of 2000 and was a wonderful litter of four 
lynx point males, two chocolate lynx, one lilac lynx, and one red lynx.  Voijer’s 
Xocerer’s Stone was one of our studs and through him and Willow, many of our adults 
and kittens continue to carry Willow ’s look.  Willow is now retired and was shown in
Premiership. She became a Grand Premier and a Regional Winning cat in Region 1.