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So You Want to Bury Your Cat When She Dies — 5 Comments

  1. I own my home, but I won’t always. When I go I want my pets with me, not end up in a landfill or under an apartment building. I’ve had them all cremated and put in cedar boxes with name plates, pawprint in clay, pictures, and I’ll prepare an individual container for those and a memorial essay of each. I’ll arrange to have them all buried with me. I don’t believe in an afterlife, but the thought that what remains of us will stay together this way comforts me now.

  2. When we did bury our cats, it was deep (at least a meter if not more) and in a place unlikely to be disturbed. However, there was a recent trio of cats we have opted to cremate and scatter together under a tree planting.

  3. We are fortunate to live on family property. The thought of seeing our cats in an advanced stage of decomposition is a scary one for us. All animal lovers wish to remember their pets in a more dignified state of rest.

  4. I have a place on my friends property in the country that has let me bury my colony cats there but my personal cats I have cremated.

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