At one point in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Geralt has to enter a certain house in Oxenfurt. In that house, there is a cat:
Now, it is well established in the books that cats don't like Geralt - or maybe any witcher - probably because of witchers' cat-like eyes.
One example of that is the cat of Codringher, whom Geralt visits to solve some problems related to Ciri. Poor cat jumps off the chair it was resting on, which prompts a small banter between Geralt and Codringher.
However, this particular cat express no disgust or fear towards Geralt - on the contrary, it behaves rather indifferent.
It has also been established in canon that cats, like dragons, are magical creatures, able to draw magical energy and store it for unknown purposes. It has also been established that sorceresses and sorcerers can train themselves to be able to shapeshift.
This all brings me to my question: what on Earth is wrong with that cat? Is just a normal cat, but without prejudice towards witchers? Is it a spy sent to... spy on Geralt? Is it a shapeshifter? What is it?