The Pygora Goat is a cross between the Pygmy Goat and the Angora Goat that produces several kinds of fleece and has the smaller size of the Pygmy.

The Pygora was a purposeful cross, bred by Katharine Jorgensen of Oregon City, Oregon. In 1987, the Pygora Breeders Association was formed in the United States and has since then been registering and promoting Pygoras. Today the registered Pygora Goat may not be more than 75% AAGBA-registered Angora Goat or 75% NPGA-registered Pygmy Goat.

Pygoras live from 12-14 years and are commonly used as pets along with being show, breeding, and fiber-producing animals. Pygoras can also be milked, producing about one liter per day.