Monday, January 30, 2012

Handmade Wooden Urns for Your Loved Pet

By Shibalik Sanyal

For most of the people, pets are considered as a family member. The death of a pet is like the death of a family member. Who else is capable of so much love, so much loyalty, and so many memories? When the moment comes, pet urns for ashes, pet memorial markers, and garden stones can be a wonderful way to memorialize your pet. For many people, finding a beautiful and dignified way to memorialize your lost loved one is a way to work through the painful grieving process.

Adversely if yours beloved pet-friend have slept forever. You are in search for an urn to keep their remains in a unique way; handmade wooden urns may be handy for you. A variety of handmade wooden urns is there to coincide with your needs.

These Funeral Urns or Urns for ashes were and are used in many civilizations. Cremation Urns were used by the ancient Greeks to hold the remains of their loved ones after cremation. In Bavaria a Kings heart was placed in an Urn after death. This tradition was recently practiced in 1916 when the heart of King Otto was placed in an Urn. Urns for ashes have also been common among Anglo Saxons in England. The ancient Romans placed these Cremation urns in small niches in collective tombs known as columbarium. This literally means a dovecote. The interior of dovecotes has niches for the doves. This style was used for creating a collective tomb or memorial for the remains of the deceased loved ones.

The death of a special pet can be just as hard as losing a human for some. Those who live alone often have pets to keep them company. Over time, they come to love their cat or dog and consider them their best friend and companion. Simply burying a pet in the backyard is not enough in some circumstances, especially when you have a special bond and attachment. Pet urns for ashes are the perfect way to convey just how much your beloved pet really meant to you, and help you begin a path to healing.

The choices of urns for ashes for our pets depend person to person. There are so many categories of urn materials like ceramic and glass to metal and stone. You may want to have the urn on display somewhere in your home, and there are urns that will not be out of place on display. You may want to bury your departed pet in a special spot in your garden, and there are urns for ashes that are specifically for this purpose. There are biodegradable urns for ashes, and these are ideal if you want to bury your pet somewhere out in the open.

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