Judging from the standards it looks like Linda, our cat's breeder, has done a good job, not that we didn't know that already.
Then we read the profile and that is where the title for this post comes from. The cats, and especially Loki fit the profile quite well. Possibly the most accurate statement is this:
The Siberian tends to be both a great problem solver and also, rather like dogs, are loyal to their adopted families which is why they are so well suited to the households in which one spouse, usually a husband or significant other, professes to be a "dog person" not a "cat person." Often it is that same "dog person" who is greeted at the door by their Siberian and after being dutifully followed around the house by their Siberian, then decides that one Siberian is simply not enough!
Oh the truth, it burns :)
Now the other thing of note, it is mentioned that the maturation period for these cats is 5 years. I realize its not going to be exponential, or even linear growth, but if Loki keeps growing he is going to be--and you would be kind to excuse the grammar here--huger!
Now if we could only teach them to open there own canned food first thing in the morning we would be set :)