When you bring a pet into your home, they almost immediately become a part of your daily routine and a member of the family. Whether it’s a cat or a dog, the family pet is there for you day after day. They cuddle you when you’re feeling down and play with you when you’re feeling on top of the world. When they pass away, it’s common for many people to feel a profound sense of loss. The decision to have your pet’s cremains stored in ceramic pet urns is a great way to memorialize them in a creative way.
There are many whimsical ceramic pet urns that you can choose from and many times, picking the right urn is a matter of narrowing down what you think would best suit your cat or dog’s personality while they were alive.
The best thing about ceramic pet urns is that many of them are biodegradable, so if you choose to purchase a simple urn, you can bury it in an area that you know your pet would love. Maybe they had a favorite tree that they loved to sleep under or climb. Burying ceramic pet urns at your beloved pet’s favorite spot is a great way to return them to the earth in an ecofriendly manner.
Perhaps you want to look at ceramic pet urns that are designed for display and not burial. What then should you look at? There are so many options to choose from when trying to select ceramic pet urns that are right for your pet that you may feel overwhelmed.
If you’re looking to hold the cremains of your beloved dog, then perhaps you’d like to look at ceramic pet urns with bones imprinted on the sides of the urn. They can be painted on or pressed into the ceramic finish to give the urn a distinctive finish. Plus, what pooch wouldn’t love to be memorialized surrounded by their favorite doggie treat?
If you’re looking for ceramic pet urns that will work for either the family dog or cat, take a look at urns that are covered in paw prints from top to bottom. These unique, whimsical urns are sure to look beautiful on display and clearly show how much you loved the four legged members of your family. The paw prints, like the bones, are either painted onto the urn or done in a relief manner on the sides of the vessel.