Since he lived with several other cats, as well as dogs, Geronimo should be able to adapt to an adoptive home with resident cats or dogs. However because they would be strangers, proper introduction procedures still need to be followed to ensure feline harmony. Helpful guidelines for this can be found on our website.
Since there were only two adults in the home, we do not know about Geronimo's exposure to children. However with his docile and friendly personality, we believe he would be OK with kids.
The vet estimated he was born in October 2013. He has been neutered, tested negative for FIV and FeLV, is current on his vaccinations and has been micro chipped.
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