Answer: Eventually all happy healthy cactus bloom, but since it can take many years and ideal growing conditions for them to do so there is no way to tell if yours will bloom or not. Many of the "blooming" cactus we see have flowers glued on. Once it has reached maturity, to try to force bloom you'll need to give it a simulated dry, cool winter rest period (about two months at about 50 to 55 degrees or even a bit cooler so they go dormant) followed by a "spring" where they are warmed and watered again. Do be careful not to overwater yours, especially since it was recently repotted.
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