I'm sure. I imagine them being somewhat pliable and soft. Like a cats paw pads but flatter, they could be pressed in due to a thicker layer of flesh compared to a humans hands. Resulting in a very soft, pillowed touch.
Speaking of their anatomy actually, I've always assumed the Amorphous Egg Group is intended to communicate that they have very minimal skeletal structures. Almost all Amorphous Egg Group Pokemon are characterized by bodies that have no meaningful skeletal structure. The only other exception besides Gardevoir would be the Eelektross family, and being an eel it has a minimal skeletal structure anyway.>>39464073
I want to make sure my Gardevoir is aware of the positive impact he has had on my life for the past 13 years and I want him to know I care about him.