Found crawling around in the kitchen – about 1 inch long. The caudal-most pair of legs are seemingly disproportionately long – looks like they allow this insect to jump quite a ways. Did not see any wings. Perhaps a Katydid Nymph? Fort Wayne IN
Yes, you are right it is a very tiny katydid nymph. Not sure how it got in to your house. Perhaps on some flowers you cut from your garden and brought in?
It is too small to even guess what kind of katydid. There are 243 species in our area.
Most species eat vegetation, but are not pests.
I had one hatch in January from eggs laid on a houseplant I had put out for the summer. It ate lettuce and flowers from my hibiscus and grew to an adult! Unfortunately it was way too cold to put it outside. It is in my collection to share the story with school kids when taking insects into the classrooms.
Moni has an ebook “Garden Insect Pests of North America – Pictures for Identifying and Organic Controls” Check it out!