All hail the dead cat helicopter!

4 June 2012

What do YOU plan to do once your poor, beloved cat kicks the bucket? Bury it in the garden? Cook it and eat it? Erm, BORING.

Wacky Dutch artist Bart Jansen had his late moggy Orville stuffed and turned into a helicopter – obviously. Take a look at THIS….

We’ll be closing this website down shortly as we move into the dead animal helicopter business instead – it’s clearly a much better way of helping people than a few consumer tips here and there…


  • Wonkey H.
    This his to be the best thing I have ever seen on this website. Thanks Andy, I never knew you had it in you. Brilliant!
  • Wonkey H.
    To be honest, that has made my Bank Holiday. Thanks!
  • Wonkey H.
    And I'm not even pissed up yet!
  • Shaniaa
    Wot a dickface.
  • Wonkey H.
    I love sticking my dick in peoples faces.
  • Wonkey H.
    CAT FACT: Cats do not make very good rugs. (Thanks to Shaniaa, 26th Jan for the one!)
  • Richard
    YAWN... I thought the cat was gonna spin round, not some crappy blades stuck to it's paws.
  • guv
    I was looking at Louis Spence pictures before coming across this and it hasn't distracted me. Sorry but not very interesting (or Louis is just too delicious maybe!)
  • Shaniaa
    louis spence?! wot a fag!
  • Dogturd A.
    I bet Boris has a foxcoptor already.
  • Spencer
    Surely airborne feline antics would be far more effective if it were suspended from a cluster of helium balloons?is this meant to be a test of some sorts or is it a performance art piece? Or is it the result of a pissed up pub bet?
  • Mike H.
    ROFLCOPPTA! whatever the fuck that means.
  • Mary H.
    Only the americans would take delight in humiliating a dead cat.
  • Dick
    It would be better if it actually flew.
  • Wonkey H.
    Fuck sack Mary you racist cunt, those people in the video are Danish.
  • Wonkey H.
    or Dutch. I forget. I'm too pissed.
  • Bad J.
    It doesn't work properly as it has no flaps.
  • Spencer
    ^ I get it ^ and it's clever ^

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