Many animal lovers find it hard to part from their pets when they die. When his cat passed away, Bart Jansen, an artist, wanted to keep the memory of his pet alive by more than the traditional method of stuffing. Being an artist, he wanted to go above and beyond, after the cat had been stuffed he teamed up with Arjen Beltman who will help him achieve his goal. Arjen is a radio control helicopter flyer in his spare time. As Bart knew the love his cat had for chasing bird he turned him into a helicopter cat. Yes, it's a cat that has attached rotors on his paws to make him fly. Knowing his cat's love for chasing birds, Bart and Arjen worked together to make him fly with the birds. Bart's cat is on display at the Kunstrai art festival in Amsterdam where people can actually take his cat and fly the cat themselves! The engineering behind this helicat is quite simple. There are plastic rods inside the cat in order to keep the propellers in place, and there are four rods sticking out on its stomach in order for the cat to land. The battery that supports the propellers is in the stomach behind the landing rods.