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You may remember Yutako55, who posted a brilliantly cute video of her pet hamster clearing a miniature diorama version of the first level of Super Mario Bros., which had adorable butt-wiggling like this:
As you can tell by the charming craftsmanship above, Yutako55 is a DIY pro. She's not a one-trick pony either, as she has quickly followed up on her Italian plumber goomba-stomping diorama obstacle course with another formidable foe for her pet hamster Coco-chan--the mysterious No-Face from Studio Ghibli's Spirited Away!
Yutako55 jokes that the No-Face is somewhat of a Maneki-Neko, or a traditional Japanese figurine (like a feline lucky charm) that beckons fortune into your household. This Ghibli version seems to beckon Coco-chan into its gaping maw. While it may come across as a bit sinister to just swallow up a curious hamster, No-Face seems to provide a pretty comfy bed for Coco-chan, and even offers up food!
And considering No-Face can't quite fit the entire hamster butt in its mouth, it appears as though the two fluffballs can peacefully co-exist...for now!
Be sure to follow Yutako55 on Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube for more adorable hamster and DIY crafts collaborations!