Dead Cat Turned into a Helicopter

This is very, very strange. From the Mirror:

The separation from a beloved furry friend who dies can be too much for some pet lovers.

Some owners may opt to have their much-missed animal buddy stuffed and mounted to maintain that companionship so familiar around the home, rather than the more conventional approach of having their cherished chum cremated or burying them in the back garden.

But it seems unlikely that many would choose the approach taken by one Dutchman – and transform their passed away pet into a hybrid helicopter cyborg.

That was the unusual ultimate fate of cat Orville, named after aviator Orville Wright, after he was run over by a car.

Pet lovers, be prepared….:

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