It is a common stereotype that cats aren’t as affectionate as dogs. But it’s a misconception. Dogs show affection in a way that’s more in line with what we expect. Cats can show the same level of affection, but they do it in different ways. A cat’s love is more nuanced. Cats spend a lot of time alone, but they may also form communities. The upright tail may well be the most obvious way cats show affection. They do fall in love with their owners or their feline friends. Here is a sweet story of two cats fall in love with each other.
This week an owner of orange tabby named Simon shared her cat’s romantic story on Twitter. The Twitter user that goes by “Mac”, posted an adorable picture of her cat looking through the window at another cat in the neighboring building. “My cat Simon is in LOVE with my neighbor’s cat and waits all day for him. Will keep y’all updated”, Mac posted. The updates were received and the word on Twitter spread that this love story is much better than any romantic movie.
Mackenzie tweeted some pictures on Monday of her cute cat Simon, who believes that her cat is fell in love with the neighbor’s cat. The pictures show eager Simon looking over the window at a cat in neighbor. Mackenzie decided to start their friendship and made a sign on a paper sheet that read “What is your cat’s name? Love, Simon” and hung it on her window.