Working out is the last thing we want to do at times, but it is undoubtedly necessary to keep a healthy and happy lifestyle. Apparently, cats are no different from us when it comes to working out, one morbidly obese feline refuses to work out, and the world is smitten by lack of motivation.
Meet Cinderblock, a morbidly obese cat who carries an extra 10 pounds and needs to shed some weight. The chubby cat is well-taken care for and was brought to the vet’s clinic to work out and get healthier.
The feline was placed on a weight reduction program, hoping she will lose some weight. But when it was time to workout and start running on the underwater treadmill, she figured she could do it creatively without sweating.
The cat figured an ideal way to nail the weight reduction program using the least amount of effort. You can watch the creative cat on the hilarious video being the laziest cat. The hefty feline keeps the treadmill moving by sitting at the edge of the machine and pressing it using her paw.
The vet asks, “You working out?” and she meowed loud as if she hated it. “Oh, good girl,” the vet says. “That’s good work.”
The water “provides a reduced weight-bearing environment that increases functional use of limbs without marked weight loading and resultant discomfort to joints,” wrote the veterinary hospital on Facebook.
The staff started the treatment with a low water level to help Cinderblock adjusting to the situation, and they gradually raised more. But the adorable feline had her own plan, and she decided she had enough.
What I mean when I say “new year, new me” https://t.co/P9jpRi6Je0— Charlie Bonner (@CharlieKBonner) October 25, 2019
Cinderblock is me lifting my 5lb weights like "OKAY IM TRYING" https://t.co/W02CoDChIr— Jessi Sheron makes mermaid comics (@JessiSheron) October 26, 2019
Everyone can relate to Cinderblock😄 https://t.co/4vprEZMJJV— Lana Smith (@LanaSmi85498070) October 24, 2019
The hospital further explained that the overweight cat has become more serious about her health, and she tries to work out more.
Hey Cinderblock! I went from 325 lbs. to 198 lbs. – and I am still going. I know it is not easy, but nothing worthwhile ever is. You can do this. Keep fighting! #Cinderblock pic.twitter.com/DjYkPDSHFH— Patrick Costello (@Patrick39821797) October 26, 2019
A update on Cinderblock she finally walking pic.twitter.com/P6VsrKKd4L— Oregon I.T. Not IT⚾ (@OregonProgress) October 26, 2019
Cinderblock is now an internet sensation and inspires thousands around the globe to work out and keep a healthy lifestyle.