Man Turns Dead Stuffed Cat Into a Helicopter (WTF?)

In today’s WTF news, a Dutch artist name Bart Jansen has turned his deceased kitty into a flying cat helicopter. The cat, named Orville after the pioneering aviator Orville Wright has become a pioneering aviator cat in his own right. He spread-eagled the taxidermied cat, attached landing skids to it’s belly and a rotor to each of his four paws. I assure you that the Orvillecopter is real and that photo above is not ‘shopped. The proof is right here in this video of the cat copter taking flight:

Now he can fly with the birds. Too bad he’s dead. How about a goldfish? For you R/C nerds this kitty is equipped with a Lotus 580 engine, TURNIGY Plush 30amp Speed Controllers,HobbyKing Multi-Rotor Control Board V3.0 and 4s LiPo. (via the daily news)

3 thoughts on “Man Turns Dead Stuffed Cat Into a Helicopter (WTF?)

    1. HHHHMMM. What part of America are you from? Because in the U.S.A. you are allowed to taxidermy pets as long as you don’t kill them inhumanly or prematurely unless an illness is making them suffer. There are no laws against stuffing them afterwards. I also hope you are from another part of America because America covers north, south, Mexico, U.S.A., Canada, Brazil, Colombia ECT. I would hope if you were a citizen of the U.S.A. you would understand that a Mexican or Brazilian is just as much of an American as we are and most likely able to stuff a cat with R.C. parts without jail time too.

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