Thank You For The Wonderful Memories
Pet Cremation Singapore
Saying good-bye to a loved one can be really painful. Every death is different. Your pet may have gotten old, had health issues or had a bad accident. Sometimes, it can come as a shock and sometimes; you as the owner (and others who loved your pets just as much) are prepared.
In Singapore, there are limited number of pet crematorium and places to house pets remains after they die. Cremation is done in an industrial-sized medical incinerator and the owners have choices on what to do with the ashes. There is no burial ground for pets in land scared Singapore. One of the operators indicated that the types of pets they have helped to put to rest are dogs, cats, hamsters, luohan fish and even a racehorse.
When the pet passed away, the owners may grieve as though a sibling or a child has kick the bucket. Some opt for funeral services to seek the closure they need.
How to Cope
For a start, pet owners usually want to have a solution as soon as possible as they are not comfortable or bear to leave the bodies lying around and they are usually too upset to prolong the grievances.
After a pet is cremated, owners can opt to take the ashes home, store it in a columbarium, scatter at the sea or specific location. Those who opt for niches have to note that it cost around S$200 to $300 per year.
Some would place old toys and cans of favorite food in see through niches. Some would decorate the niche with handwritten notes, mementoes and photographs.
Be thankful for the wonderful memories
In most instances, your life has been changed for the better with a loved pet. There will be many memories, especially those who got their pet when he/she is still very young. You would treasure the good and the bad times when the pet is with you.
You would laugh when you recall your pet having chewed your shoes or kitchen cabinets, when he/she pooped every now and then when it is very young, having the need to toilet train your pet, having your toilet rolls or tissue boxes Ã¢â‚¬ËœdismantledÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ and many other mischievous moments.
There are also the good times when you witness or train your pet to jump from a higher ground, to have a run with your dog, hiked together, walked together, cuddled together, welcoming you back home every time almost religiously.