WHAT TO DO WITH CREMATED ASHES
When we say our goodbye to a departed loved one, we can choose to have the body buried or cremated. Due to various reasons, cremation is becoming a more common choice for families.
Funeral services are either a burial service or a cremation service. Even though burial is a more traditional option and has been used since the ancient times, cremation rates have been steadily rising. In fact, the National Funeral Directors Association reports that cremation rates have surpassed burial rates in the United States as of 2015. 47.9% of Americans had their departed loved ones cremated as opposed to the 45.2% who had them buried. Read more below for a comprehensive cremated ashes guide.
Pet cremation is preferred by most pet owners.
Anatole France, a French poet and novelist, declared that “Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.” This statement is something that pet owners will certainly agree with.
Pets are a huge part of people’s lives. Some even consider them as family members. Pastimes with our furry friends can include playing Frisbee or curling up on a sofa while they are playing with yarn on our feet. There are times when we feel sad and our pets are the only ones who seem to understand us. They don’t even have to speak; their mere presence can comfort us.
Unfortunately, most people often underestimate the grief pet owners experience when a lovable pet passes away. They fail to realize that some pet owners even consider their pets as their best friends.