Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) June 12, 2012
Disclaimer: Some readers may find the subject matter of this story disconcerting.
A few weeks ago, a man by the name of Bart Jansen stirred up all kinds of controversy online by posting pictures of a "pet project" he had been working on. The artist's cat, Orville, had recently passed away, and to honor his memory after a short grieving period, Bart decided to stuff his carcass and turn him into a working remote-controlled quadrocopter. Shortly after he posted pictures of his "art project" up on the internet, his story was picked up by news sites all over the world and has created quite a debate. Is his CatCopter a tribute or a twisted tragedy?
A video was released over the weekend in response to the CatCopter story, and it parodies the remote-controlled feline quadrocopter by introducing a new company that took the idea and commercialized it. The hilarious video, created by a company out of Atlanta, introduces viewers to a new faux company called Pets From Above. The company specializes in creating toy quadrocopters out of the corpses of customers' deceased pets.
The video, while slightly disturbing, takes a whole new spin on the CatCopter story and the company who created it came up with some pretty creative ideas. The result is a unique, intelligent comedy that is sure to be an instant internet hit. Check out the Pets From Above video on YouTube today.