Sinira ng Pusang Ito ang Napakalaking Doraemon LEGO na Ginawa ng Amo Niya ng Isang Linggo


What to do with this adorable cat?

While dogs remain man’s best friend, there is no denying that cats come in second when it comes to giving their human family love and attention. As a matter of fact, other studies confirm that cats can lower our blood pressure and release dopamine and serotonin, which reduce stress and improve immune functioning. Cats can also help release oxytocin, which is associated with the feeling of being in love. So, who doesn’t love cats, right?

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Unluckily, cats be unruly and very playful at times that fragile items should be kept out of their sight. This “crazy” behavior in cats may catch you by surprise, and a cat’s body language is definitely not as easy to read as a dog’s. If you’ve been wondering why, out of the blue, your cat acts little wacky, weird, well–we are wondering too! However, Many domestic cats spend their days alone indoors while their people are at work. When the cat’s person comes home in the evening, the cat may be very active and want to play. If it has no outlet for all this energy, the cat may exhibit some crazy behavior. Kittens are especially energetic.



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Unfortunately for this guy, his cat took out its frustration on his 7-day project: a giant Doraemon figure made of 2,432 pieces of LEGO! For those who are unfamiliar with Doraemon, it is actually and incredibly popular character from the titular Japanese manga series, written and illustrated by Fujiko Fuijo—the pen name of the talented Hiroshi Fujimoto and Motoo Abiko.

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Apparently, the man, who worked at a toy store, painstakingly made the figure for a 7 days, as the buyer wanted it ready before New Year. The following day, the man shared photos of him and his cat, saying how they have managed to “mend” things between them. And thankfully, he was able to fully reassemble the LEGO Doraemon on time!

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