1:14 pm June 4, 2012, by George Mathis
The death of a pet can really take the wind out of your sails.
For Dutch artist Bart Jansen, the death of his beloved cat was no different.
Seeking a dignified means of honoring his pet, Orville, named after the elder Wright brother, Jansen decided to have him stuffed and miniature helicopter rotors inserted into his outstretched paws.
He calls the flying, remote controlled art piece the “Orvillecopter,” reports the Daily Mail.
Daily flights of fancy feast are on display at an art show in Amsterdam.
“After a period of mourning he received his propellers posthumously,” said Jansen.
In a related story, domesticated Dutch animals are accepting donations in hopes of inserting a Soyuz rocket into the posterior of an alleged artist.
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