Man’s Cat Destroys His 4,500-Piece Doraemon Figure


A man in Thailand took to social media after his cat broke a Doraemon figurine he had been assembling for a week using 4,500 Legos.

“Feeling annoyed,” the man wrote in a Facebook post on Dec. 27, according to “It took me a week to put together.”

The toy vendor finished putting together the figurine of the Japanese manga character in March.

He recently found a customer who wanted to purchase it before the New Year.

But his hard work was shattered by his feline friend, who did not feel any remorse after toppling Doraemon over.

“Damn cat! I will kill you!” he jokingly wrote in his post, which was accompanied by the furry culprit lying next to the shattered pieces.

The cat and its owner have since gone viral, with more than 61,000 reactions and over 71,000 shares on Facebook.

In an update on the social media platform, the owner says “the lion is safe” and the Doraemon figurine was handed to the customer in time for 2020, according to Must Share News.

Images via ภูมิมัย พรทอง

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