Coin Stealing Cat - Japanese Cat Piggy Bank
By Ryan on 06/27/2016 7:11 AM
The premise is simple, you place a coin on the platform, push down, and a little kitty-cat pops up out of the box and steals your coin with one of his sneaky little paws. Although an older toy that's been around for a while, there's just something about adding coins to your piggy bank and having a little cat stealing each one to add to your bank. Plus it makes for the perfect gift idea for kids, or people who love weird Japanese stuff.
Although there are ton of different cat piggy banks out there, there are also all sorts of different animals they use as well, such as Pandas that come in a bamboo box instead of an oranges box, monkeys that come in a banana box, a pig that comes in a ham box, or even a scary piggy bank where a black skeleton takes your coin.
The Japanese coin stealing cat piggy bank says "Hello" when you press your coin down, and then says "Thank You" after it takes your coin. When you'd like to retrieve your coins and make a withdraw, there is a twist latch that opens on the bottom of the box and you can dump your coins out. The mechanical cat coin bank is powered by 2 AA batteries that are not included, is made from plastic, and measures 5 inches tall x 4 inches wide x 3.5 inches deep.
Check out the coin stealing cat piggy bank in action via the video below.
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