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Head shot of handsome black and white cat named Gerard, available for adoption at the Cat's Meow.
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Adult Cat

Gerard is a handsome and charming feline with a heart of gold! At four years old, Gerard exudes the wisdom and grace of a true gentleman. With his striking coat and soulful eyes, he's sure to capture your heart from the moment you meet him.

Gerard is the epitome of mellow. He's not one to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of life; instead, he prefers the quiet comforts of home. His favorite pastime? Curling up on a cozy lap or basking in the warm sunlight streaming through the window.

But don't let his laid-back demeanor fool you—Gerard is a social butterfly through and through. He adores people and thrives on human companionship. Whether it's sharing a quiet moment together or engaging in gentle chin scratches, Gerard is always eager to soak up affection from his favorite humans.

When it comes to his feline friends, Gerard is amicable enough, though he much prefers to be the king of his castle. While he can coexist peacefully with other cats, he truly shines when he's the sole focus of your attention.

Given his tranquil nature, Gerard would thrive in a relaxed adult home or one with older cats who share his penchant for serenity. While he's fond of little ones, the boundless energy of young children may be a bit too much for this refined gentleman.

If you're searching for a loyal companion who's as laid-back as they come, look no further than Gerard. With his affable personality and unwavering devotion, he's ready to fill your home with love, warmth, and plenty of purrs. Come meet Gerard today and discover the joy of having a feline friend who's truly one of a kind.

Adoption Fee $120

Adult cats range from 6 months up to 8 years old. The adoption fee includes the spay or neuter surgery (which is already done), microchip, testing for feline leukemia and FIV, distemper vaccination, deworming and flea treatment. In addition, it is always our policy to treat any known conditions prior to adoption or disclose any known conditions that are ongoing.