IndigoI can smell it in the air, can't you? I'm talking about spring my fellow feline friends. That gentle warm breeze on your furry face with just a hint of freshness that tickles you in the nose. Spring is finally upon us. What a better way to celebrate new growth than with my top 10 weight loss goals for spring. Spring is a time to be reborn and come out of your shell or that place you call your house. It is a time to get out and move that body of yours into motion and shed those winter month pounds. I may have more than just one seasons worth of winter month pounds on me. I have more like seven years worth of pounds. Anyways, I digress. I have come up with ten things that I will start doing this spring to help lose my excess pounds. Without further ado, let's take a look at my top 10 weight loss goals for spring.

  1. I will wake up thirty minutes early every day and spend that time stretching.
  2. I will use the downstairs little box more (unless I really have to go then I will use the closet one).
  3. I will attempt to chase my brothers more instead of being the one chased.
  4. I will climb onto the furniture, if I can.
  5. I will go outside in hunt of organic catnip.
  6. I will try to climb a tree (a small one, I wouldn't want to have to be rescued by a fire fighter).
  7. I will chase a small animal such as a rabbit or a field mouse.
  8. I will go in search of juicy bugs and insects.
  9. I will run through the grass wearing nothing more than my fur coat.
  10. I will stick my head out the car window every time my humans take me for my quarterly weigh in at the vets office.

IndigoThis list my not sound that strenuous, but for a fat kitty like me, it is a big deal. Nothing on this list is going to be easy however, I'm determined to finally start shedding my seven years of pounds that I have been storing up for all these years.

My name is Indigo aka Indy and I'm the WeightLossCat. You can read my musings about weight and everything in between on my blog Also be sure to follow me on and like me on

Till next time,


A Morning Kiss

A morning kiss, a discreet touch of his nose landing somewhere on the middle of my face.
Because his long white whiskers tickled, I began every day laughing.

Janet F Faure