Hi everyone. I have a question about Dexter. He just turned a year old. When he was a kitten, he was 100% kitten, always zooming around and chasing Evie and Emerson. He loved to chase a laser, loved Da Bird, and would spring after the little mouse thing that hangs in the doorway of their room. As he has gotten older, he just seems...bored. Like nothing we try to get him to play with entices him. Even our cat sitter texted me and mentioned how he isn't as playful as when she last sat for us back in March. Now, he DOES play. He will chase a ribbon and will occasionally have good running fits chasing Evie and Emerson. But it is nothing like it was when he was a baby. Evie is way more active than he is, and she is a few years older. He is so young, I'd think he would be just as active. He eats fine- very food motivated. He doesn't hide (although his new favorite sleeping spot is the cabinet above the fridge...). He sleeps a lot, but...he's a cat. He is currently sleeping in the basket on their main cat tree. I don't think it's more sleep than Evie or Emerson gets. Litterbox habits are normal. He has solid poops and good urine output. He is bright eyed and alert. Am I just being paranoid? He is also slightly overweight (per a very expensive vet visit and x-rays) because I was convinced he had something going on), hence why I really want to get him moving more. Do some cats just live life in the slow lane, so to speak? Enjoy some Dexter photos!