Pets to Rest – Pet Cremation Urn Blog

Pets to Rest maintains a quality blog that give informative links and writings about pet cremation. It is not easy to lose an animal and Pets to Rest takes their service seriously and with reverence. With the difficulty of losing a pet is the desire to have something close to show they are not forgotten.  One way many people do this is with the purchase of a piece of cremation jewelry.  This jewelry comes in pendants, bracelets and pins.  A small bit of the cremains are placed within the jewelry and, if a pendant, a cord or chain is provided.  A small piece of the pet’s hair or toy may be added to the jewelry, together with the cremated remains, if desired.  This jewelry is made from various materials such as gold, silver, pewter, cobalt and other materials, including. Semiprecious jewels.   Coming in all sorts of shapes and colors, designed by experienced jewelers, one can proudly wear the jewelry with any attire.

For some, pet loss is a devastating experience; they go through the intense emotions of sadness, longing and hopelessness for a long time. As such, for them, a proper burial place is a great idea to preserve the pet’s memory and help ease the difficult of losing a pet. Whether a pet urn purchase is a wise or a trivial decision would depend on the quality of the relationship the pet owner has with his pet.  If the pet owner did not build a relationship with his animal, the loss is trivial; he will not miss the animal in any way and will not see the need to purchase a pet urn. But if the animal became his partner, and in return it showed him loyalty and devotion by performing its critical role as companion, when it dies a piece of him dies with it too. Thus, the importance of pet urns will also depend on the importance that the pet owner has given to his animal.

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  1. I recently read an article concerning cremation and ash distribution for pets. I found an organization that is located in San Diego called My Living Reef. This reef regeneration process is a unique environmental alternative for those who have chosen cremation for themselves and their pets. My living Reef is an eternal memorial bringing continuation of life and a new beginning to a loved one’s end. This group combines the concept of death with an eternal life generating reef. My living Reef is connected to the Global Preservation Project which I found was a nonprofit organization specifically directed toward global preservation of land and extinct species as well as environmental initiatives. This is an extremely impressive group and a concept that will benefit us on a global magnitude. I believe it is definitely worth checking out!

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