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Here are some great memorial ideas

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It is so important when our pets die to hang on to some of those treasured keepsakes. Collars, dishes, toys, and more.  Some pet parents add new creations that keep their pet's memory alive and bring them comfort.  

  Specially designed jewelry

We can carry our pets with us every day. By keeping their ashes in a special necklace, bracelet, etc. 

This pet mom had a necklace made by https://wearfelicity.com/collections/necklaces

Gigi's mom ordered a necklace with her picture on it from Blago Jewelers.

https://blagojewelers.com/

It is such a comfort to have Gigi's face and name close to her heart. 

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Keep the birthday celebrations going?


We celebrated their birthdays while they were alive. So why not continue to remember them on their special day still?

Many pet parents find this helpful. You can bake a cake, light a candle or just set aside time to think of them.

Here are a few Christmas (holiday) ideas you can make or order
If you have a special idea you'd l like to share, please send your picture to brenda@griefaboutpets.com

 

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Faith's mom made her own ornament. She purchased a clear bulb and then put Faith's picture inside and added the rope with her name.

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Sometimes we find great ornaments even at our local mall. Just like Brianna's mom did.

 

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Siblings Kobi and Max still miss their sister, Cici. This Christmas, Cici's mom ordered all three of her beloved pets an ornament from 

facebook.com/lakeerievariety

 


A fairy tree and a windowpane



This mom loves to create many different art projects with her precious dog. Keke. 

Her home is full of Keke beautiful artwork on every wall and table.

Light up your home with your pet

Consider making or ordering a unique treasure for your pet like this night light. Brianna's mom ordered this from PacSun on Facebook.

Make a scrapbook (hard copy or digital)

This pet mom started the book when her dog, Taarna, 

was a puppy. The book continued growing throughout her life. Now that Taarna is over the rainbow bridge, she is so glad she did this project and wrapped it up with this special collar and tags.

Light up your home with your pet

How about this idea to keep you safe during your travels?

This pet mom put her two cat tags on her car mirror so Archie and Mr. Cubbs are with her always.