A Wolf in sheep's clothing / Ein Wolf im Schafspelz
The phrase: "A wolf in sheep's clothing" is derived from one of the Greek Aesop's (circa 600 B.C.E.) fables. A wolf could not get near a flock of sheep to eat them, until he hid under a sheepskin. Below, we see Marigold using the same technique. Hiding under a panda blanket, she is probably planning to get near some bears!? If only we had a bird blanket!