When the owner of an orange tabby named Simon shared her cat’s windowsill romance story with Twitter 2 years ago, it caused a collective “aww” moment. On April 23, 2019, a Twitter user going by the handle “Mac” shared a photo of her lovely cat peering out the window at another cat in the next building. “My cat Simon adores my neighbor’s cat and waits for him all day. Mac wrote, “Will keep y’all updated.” The updates were received, and word quickly spread on Twitter that this animal connection is far superior to any romantic film ever made.
On April 23, 2019, Mackenzie shared some photos of her orange cat Simon, who, according to the owner, fell in love with the neighbor’s cat. Simon appears to be enthusiastic and inquisitive as he peers out the window at an uninterested neighbor. Mackenzie decided to take matters into her own hands and made a sign that read, “What is your cat’s name?” on a piece of paper. Simon,” she wrote and hung it on her window.
“Hi Simon, I’m Theo,” Theo replied not long after. You’re one of my closest friends.” Despite the fact that Theo’s grammar isn’t his finest suit, Simon was anxious to meet and greet his neighbor – or should we say newfound love?
Mackenzie promised Twitter that she would keep them updated, and she kept her word, updating everyone on the cute couple’s growing bond.
Simon’s owner said she and her neighbor “both opened their windows so they [the cats] can chat” on Twitter. They did a lot of talking.
For his first birthday, the orange tabby was suited up and looked dapper, and luckily for him, he could show off his cool outfit to Theo.
Mackenzie’s Twitter thread quickly went viral, garnering thousands of likes and retweets. “Theo, we went viral on Twitter,” the lovely cat announced on the window, prompting Theo to respond, “Simon, we did it!” Theo supposedly created a Twitter account for himself and encouraged Simon to befriend him to make communication easier. He also expressed regret for the previous grammatical error. Theo defended himself by saying, “After all, I’m just a lovely cat.”
Mackenzie and her neighbor, much to the delight of the public, decided that their cats should finally meet in person and set up a date for them.
Mackenzie could never have thought that one day she’d be advertising the cutest cat date on the Internet, even in her wildest dreams. But she did, and we are grateful. Isn’t this so exciting?
Simon appeared to be looking forward to finally seeing Theo face to face. “You have one hour! He eagerly tweeted, “Waiting by the front entrance.” Twitter was gasping for air. Finally, the moment that all Twitter users had been anticipating arrived.
When Theo arrived at Simon’s residence, the two rascals finally met. Theo was a little concerned about the date because it was at Simon’s house, but he was still excited. Mackenzie informed her followers, “Simon is following Theo around like a puppy.”
Simon seemed to be obsessed with following Theo, who was probably unconcerned. After all, it was he who declared Simon to be his best friend. And best buddies participate in activities together.
“We believe it went as well as cats can! “On the long-awaited date, there were only a few hisses, no fights, and a lot of butt-sniffs,” Mackenzie concluded. People are anxious to learn more about Theo and Simon’s travels, and their freshly acquired Twitter accounts should help them keep their following up to date on their friendship.
Theo and Simon’s two owners took a lovely family photo with the now-famous furballs after the Twitter thread went viral.