Cat Wrecks 2,432-Piece Model Owner Spent A Week Building
Cats are proper wind-up merchants, aren't they? Don't want them near your laptop? They'll trample all over the keyboard. Don't want them to get in that box? Too late. Wish they weren't trying to lie on your stomach? OK, there's always your neck and face instead. Compromise, innit.
So we can only imagine how long this cute little kitten had been plotting when it came to ruining their owner's 2,432-piece model - that had taken him over a week to assemble.
Doraemon is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Fujiko Fujio, the pen name of the duo Hiroshi Fujimoto and Motoo Abiko.
According to the worker, he'd spent over a week assembling blocks to construct the cartoon character for a client who wanted it ahead of the new year, and took some pictures of the finished product.
Well, at least he's got photographic evidence to back up the story.
Before his cute cat knocked it over, the Thai man used 2,432 blocks to build the Doraemon figure.
In one photo, the cute fluffy kitten is seen lying on its back alongside pieces of the broken model, apparently moments after undoing the worker's hard work.
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Another snap shows the man lifting the ginger kitten from the floor after knocking over the model.
In one of his captions, he wrote: "I will kill you!" Steady on, mate.
However, he posted a photo of his cat the following day saying that everything is good between them. Cute.
Replying to his picture, someone said: "Lol. Hope your customer will understand!" Another added: "I have to be honest, my heart is melting!" My thoughts exactly.
If you needed any more proof that cats are just mischievous troublemakers (albeit troublemakers whom we love unconditionally) then look no further.
Lomphonten, from Thailand, told The Dodo that he decided to set up a hidden camera out of pure curiosity - in a bid to keep tabs on Achi and see what he got up to while his owner was out at work.
Little did he know that the best bits from the footage would be from while he was unconscious. Nocturnal Achi doesn't curl up with his owner like most cats do. Nor does he stop the blood circulation into his feet by lying on his ankles. Oh no, Achi ramps things up by lying on his owner's face.
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