It's always a bit of a dilemma, deciding what to do when your pet dies. Do you have the vet cremate them? Bury them in the back garden? Have them stuffed and mounted?
Luckily Gypsy the Feline Dictator is only about eight years old so I've got another ten years or so before I need to worry about what to do when she finally shuffles off the feline coil ... but I think that I may have found a way to make her "send off" a special one.
Yep, that's right, a Dutch artist has found what I think might be the creepiest way to immortalise your beloved furry companion ... and that's really saying something, I've read Pet Cemetery!
But credit where credit's due, it takes a really well developed sense of the macabre to look at your recently expired cat and think "Hmm, if I strap her to a kite frame and duct tape some propellers to the paws, Kitty would make an awesome remote controlled helicopter".
I don't want to know how he explained this one to his kids, do I.
Go ahead and check out the video below and then let me know your opinion. Is it art, or is it a weird and frankly disturbing thing to do to a much cared for pet?
I'm going to go for door number 2.