The god of mischief

Mark Twain said it: “A cat is more intelligent than people believe, and can be taught any crime.”

Loki more than proves it.  He’s the embodiment of devilish ways.  In fact, I suspect our dearest Sam Clemens didn’t realize the limits of his observation.

To say a cat can be taught any crime is to place upon this feline restraints which he does not respect.  It’s not that Loki can be taught any crime; it’s that Loki is capable of crimes we humans have yet to imagine.  He is, after all, the stunningly beautiful god of mischief.

Loki sitting in a sunbeam (141_4186)

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