|Domestic Short Hair
Meet Geralt, a success story of resilience and courage, displaying an incredible ability to heal both physically and mentally. Geralt’s story doesn’t define him, but it does make him special. Now, positive and learning to love and trust, Geralt is an amazing guy ready to embark on life’s next adventure.
Geralt came to us a terrified and angry stray, who has come a long way since we first met him. He’s healed beautifully, thanks to our amazing veterinary team’s extensive care. Geralt’s comfort was prioritised, from treating his puncture wounds after being attacked to major dental work to ease his eating troubles.
Geralt, being FIV+, must live solely indoors, but don’t let that make you think he’s not an adventurer at heart. He loves watching the world from windows and is delighted by casual bird-watching. His enhanced indoor life suits his gentle personality and allows him to be the centre of attention.
From his Foster Home
Geralt was such an incredibly scared boy when he came and took a while to feel safe. He was given plenty of time to do so. Geralt seemed to trust our house cats quite quickly once introduced and was/is keen to observe and more often now partake in play with them. I think a household with 1 other friendly, moderately active cat would suit and help grow his confidence. I would suggest feeding in another room if with another cat as he is so food motivated.
A routine household with adults and teenagers would be fine just not young children as sudden movements and loud noises / voices spook him. Geralt since being with us loves time on the couch (and is ok sharing with humans more recently) and sometimes enjoys to sleep on my bed (with or without me) where he looks super sweet.
I would describe Geralt as quietly curious and a big softy. We actually think he looks a bit like a teddy bear! He is pretty low maintenance and does enjoy routine and quiet (although vacuum cleaner doesn’t seem to bother him). Seeks out touch and human interaction more every day. He will quietly meow when he’s hungry and quietly purr when he is happy being touched. Of course, Geralt will need lots of time and patience in his new home.
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