She has fulfilled her role as proud Mom to three beautiful kittens and is now ready to move on to the next chapter of her life in a home that will spoil her with love and attention.
She is a 'reserved' cat but with a little time, she will make a great companion.
Geri's foster mother describes her as " part guard dog, she takes an interest in whatever is going on in the hallway or the outside balconies"
Geri has come along nicely, she is still a little shy with strangers.
She is a talkative girl with her own languages of grunts & chirps. She still acts as 'guard cat' and alerts her foster mother to anyone who is at the door.
She now sits on the couch with her foster mom, and while isn't comfortable being held for too long, she definitely wants to be loved.
She would flourish in a quieter home.
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