Favorite Toy: The video camera. Furry mice. Glasses of water. Moths and crickets.
Favorite Nap Spot: Any room I'm in. He's a "Man's Best Friend" Cat.
Favorite Food: Baked chicken.
Skills: He had his own video blog (sometimes animated, sometimes real). He also picks up his kibble with his paws to eat it. The real Loki recently learned to walk on a leash, and he seemed to enjoy wearing shirts, but not hats and I'm sure not pants!
Arrival Story: We went to the Humane Society and this little orphan escaped the cage. Twice. Then he used a toy as a shield while playing with his brother. He's been destroying things and attempting to escape ever since but since I know he thinks he's saving us from the evil insect empire it's impossible to be mad at him when I come home and find all the drapes on the floor.
Because he was bottle-fed, he doesn't knead, he tries to lick our fingers instead.
Bio: As you can see, his hyperactive curiosity and the strange things that happen made me wonder what kind of life he leads when we leave the house, so he became an animated cartoon character/videoblogger as a hobby. He also enjoys his time in front of the camera because that's when he is sure to get hairball treats. Usually I will film him for about 10 to 20 minutes and come up with a script afterward, and I make his costumes loose so he can tell me when he wants to do something else by stepping out of them.
UPDATE: Loki went Over the Rainbow Bridge after a long fight with cancer on May 7, 2012. I was unable to bring myself to pretend things were OK during and after that time, but last March I had a dream he was sleeping at the end of the bed and the result was my 5-star (so far) graphic novel One Cat. After sketching it I've been able to bring him back to life online.
I went OTRB in 2012 after fighting cancer a long time. My primate drew a graphic novel about mai trip dere and back after I came to hur inna dream and insisted she bring me back to life az a cartoon. Before that when I sick she had a hard time pretending I happy on da internet so I retired for awhile.
Iz called One Cat by Petrie Serrano. I don't remember if da diaries can link but here a big descripshun and many links where to find it: