Do you know someone who is about to do something stupid? Or dangerous? Or maybe just bizarre? Then this is the papercraft for you! All you have to have is a PhD in folding paper and maybe the afternoon off from work. You too could build your very own cardboard Keyboard Cat, the cardboard keyboard playing cat!
That actually moves and plays keyboard!
"But Zac!" you cry, "I'm not so sure I can handle creating the complex inner machinations that drive this adorable little chaos engine! Is there anything you can do to help?" Why yes, of course, tiny person who I can barely see from my lofty, handsome height! Hit the jump for a step-by-step how-to video the will perfectly illuminate the construction process. Maybe. Probably not.
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