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Adopt Me: Theodore and Simon in need of quiet home

These five-month-old handsome brothers are still learning to trust
Theo and Simon

NewmarketToday, in partnership with the Ontario SPCA Provincial Education & Animal Centre, brings you a regular feature highlighting special pets in need of adoption.
Theodore and Simon are five-month-old brothers who were brought to the Ontario SPCA Provincial Education & Animal Centre as kittens with no socialization.

Similar to most feral cats, the two had never interacted with people. They were fearful at first, but with lots of love and some extra TLC in a patient foster home, this handsome duo has gained a lot of trust.

The bonded pair are comfortable being in the presence of people and will even eat, lounge, and play near you. Their favourite pastimes include gazing out the window from the top-perch of a cat tree and playing with their favourite toy.  

Theodore and Simon would love to build their trust for you in a quiet environment. Both kittens are fearful of quick movements and being touched and would do best in a home with no other pets or young children.

The Provincial Education & Animal Centre is open by appointment and has introduced limited contact adoptions to keep our community safe during COVID-19. Potential adopters interested in animals like Theodore and Simon can expect the same thorough, thoughtful and compassionate adoption experience that the Ontario SPCA has always delivered.

For more information on Theodore and Simon, or to see other animals available for adoption, visit or call 905-898-7122, ext. 306.