Here are pictures I just took which demonstrate the PURRogression of Dylan's ears. When he first goes out on the deck, he is on high alert. First he must ascertain that the patio door isn't totally closed, in case he needs a quick escape.
The ear engine's just starting up!
Cockpit nose to the wind, one ear cocked to the east and one to the west.
Finally, the copter blades are in pawsition and ready to rotate.
This is what we call 'extreme copter', all wound up and ready for take off!
And just when you think he's going to take flight, the ear engines slow down and ...
... return to their start pawsition!
And all is still. Real angels don't need copter blades to fly -- because they have invisible wings in their hearts!