Last month we provided our customers with the top 5 most popular dog urn necklaces. Many customers loved the pieces that we highlighted and we wanted to provide our cat lovers the same love.
If you're grieving the loss of a beloved cat, finding the right way to memorialize them can be difficult. But one option that's growing in popularity is to cremate their remains and wear them close to your heart inside of a cremation urn necklace. In this blog post, we'll take a look at our five most popular cat cremation urn necklaces. We hope they help you find the perfect way to remember your purry loved one.
For many grieving dog owners, the decision of what to do with their beloved pet's remains is a difficult one. Some opt for burial, but increasingly more families are choosing to have their dog cremated and keep the ashes to place in an urn and urn jewelry.
If you're looking for a special way to remember your furry family member, consider buying dog cremation urn necklaces for you and your family. These necklaces come in a variety of styles and colors, and they are a beautiful way to keep your beloved dog close to your heart always. Here are our top five most popular dog cremation urn necklaces:
Many who have lost a loved one will choose cremation because not only is it more beneficial to the environment it is also a more affordable option than traditional burial. But, one of the things to think about is what to do with their ashes after the cremation process is complete? Also you may wonder what the process will be like once the process has started.
In this blog post we will go over parts of the process and give you some ideas on what you can do to help memorialize your loved one.
When the cremation process has been completed most funeral homes or veterinarian offices will give you a temporary urn or container to hold the ashes. Once you have been given them you can then decide what you would like to do to memorialize your loved one the most.
I’ll never forget the night my Grandpa died.
My paternal grandparents lived across the street from us, and my parents were present when Grandpa peacefully passed away in his home. After the funeral home employees took his body away late that night, my parents returned to our home. My Mom said, “I can’t believe your Grandma! Her husband just died, and she’s staying up late to clean her house!”
I have thought of what my Mom said for years. My Mom, although wise about many things, didn’t understand that people grieve differently.