There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
She used Pinterest to find new views to admire
Join Pinterest to find all the things that inspire you.
Creating an account means you’re okay with Pinterest's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.
billion Pins
to explore
seconds to
sign up (free!)
Visit site
  • Matt Ng

    The Orvillecopter by Dutch artist Bart Jansen (R) flies in central Amsterdam as part of the KunstRAI art festival June 3, 2012. Jansen said the Orvillecopter is part of a visual art project which pays tribute to his cat Orville, by making it fly after it was killed by a car. He built the Orvillecopter together with radio control helicopter flyer Arjen Beltman (L) . REUTERS/Cris Toala Olivares (NETHERLANDS - Tags: SOCIETY)

  • Jeffery Hughes

    The flying cat named Orville. Many animal lovers find it hard to part with their pets when they die. So when cat Orville, named after the famous aviator Orville Wright, was run over by a car, his artist owner decided to turn him into a permanent piece of artwork as the ultimate tribute by transforming him into a flying helicopter.

  • Peter Zsiros

    Artist turns his dead cat into flying helicopter after it is killed by a car. holy flying cats batman, that shit is craaaaayzee!!!!

Related Pins

Tribute: Dutch artist Bart Jansen made the The Orvillecopter as part of a visual art project to pay tribute to his cat Orville

Also, if you bring in dead animals as presents, leave them on the rug, too. Next to the puke.

Cats stuck in things...After viewing this vast array of items that cats have gotten themselves stuck in, I think it's safe to say that cats aren't as smart as some people say they are.


6 reasons you should consider being a cat

Funny Pictures Of The Day – 74 Pics

Bahaha so perfect! Reminds me of the days my brother and I would laugh at this commercial

From the Awkward pet photo album. That cat has a WTH look.

advice animals memes - Animal Memes: The Most Interesting Cat in the World: Much More Intersting

Cat overhead: Radio control helicopter flyer Arjen Beltman, pictured back right, controls The Orvillecopter