Cats are sassy little creatures. They usually do the exact opposite of what you want them to and where something can go wrong, you can almost be 100% sure a cat will be around to make sure of it.
We can only imagine how long this little kitty had been plotting against his owner and a lego figure that took him over a week to put together.
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An unnamed worker from a toy store in Thailand was working on a Doraemon figurine that consisted of 2,432 pieces. It took him days to carefully assemble the project until his little kitty decided to tear it apart with a casual walk by.
Doraemon is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Fujiko Fujio, the pen name of the duo Hiroshi Fujimoto and Motoo Abiko. The employee had said that this lego figure took him over a week to do, for a client that wanted it before the New Year.
He had already taken pictures of the finished project and was happy with the finished result. Little did he know, this picture would be his only proof that he actually finished.
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Only moments later, his cat came along and knocked it over. In one of the pictures, the fluffy cat lay in his ruins just to let his owner know who really runs the household. The toy store worker then posted the images with the caption that read "I will kill you!"
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Don't worry, he posted another picture the next day letting everyone know that he and his cat had decided to bury the hatchet and put their differences aside. Replying to his picture, someone said: "Lol. I hope your customer will understand!" Another added: "I have to be honest, my heart is melting!" My thoughts exactly.