Like humans, our pet friends pass away one day. This is a truth. Yes, but a better one. Thus, the animal passes away because of issues in pet’s health or any specific cause. What is about the cremation of the mortal remains? This is a moot question that strikes many people. We’ll discuss here the various points briefly.
Your pet’s demise
It was a long journey living with your pet. You loved them a lot, and they were thrilled when you saw you back home each day. They thus, had their feelings and happy moments shared with you. They equally shared the moments of grief with you as well. They were a consolation for you at the time of stress. And, when your pet’s health went bad even for one day, you were immensely stressed. Thus, your pet was an important episode in your life by brining you multiple benefits. However, the truth of life is death. Death can wait for none. Even your pet is no longer with you, the love, the affection, and their soul is with you and it will all this will make you happy and keep it as an unforgettable event in your life. Keeping this in mind, it’s time to move for cremation.
Cremation of mortal remains varies across different sections of the people. However, it is also important to take into account the local laws in our area. Seek the help of a vet. They can explain to you and suggest how to move ahead and what to do.
What is cremation all about?
Cremation is a process by which the mortal remains of the pet is exposed to extreme heat at around 1500 F to 2000 F temperature until it is reduced to ashes. Thus, the body is reduced to ashes and comprise mainly bone pieces.
The process can be carried out in the conventional crematorium or one that is specially meant for pets.
You can contact the 24 hour hotline service
Death comes without any prediction whether it is pet or any other living beings. It comes suddenly. However, at the moment, you can take the help of round-the-clock service hotlines available for the purpose following the sad demise of your pet and unable to decide what to do and don’t knowthe process what you need to do.
Check out the procedure
In many cases, pet owners want their pet’s cremation as soon as possible. But the procedure at the crematorium may not happen as soon as possible as soon as you desire it may be a scheduled at a time. This is because there may be a particular cremation schedule and slots for availability. And waiting for a slot may become a little late when your pets turn comes. While waiting for the cremation make sure that the body but does not decompose you can make arrangement for keep it in a freezer like condition.
Take your pets belongings
Your pet is no longer in the world. Of course it is very sad. When your pet is no longer with you make sure remove all their belongings to be buried in a burial ground. You can also keep them in a pet columbarium. Columbarium is the process where funeral urns are kept.
Be aware that pet columbarium keeping is a paid service. However, you need to check whether columbarium services are available in the crematorium. You should, indeed, check it matter before you choose the remote area.
You can also personally scattered the ashes. Book a boat and go for the process and when you come back to the show you can need to perform the religious rights with flowers and operation as per your religious rights. And, it is important to note that there are certain lost with respect to scattering the Ashes. According to the lost you should not go beyond 2.8 kilometer south of south of a certain point in Singapore.
Alternatively, if you do not wish to scattered your pet’s ashes, you can get them converted into gemstone. For this, there are special services available undefined research a little on the Internet and contact any of the service providers.
Which type is right?
You can go for any other three types of cremation. These include private cremation individual cremation and communal.
Private cremation – Private cremation involves placing the mortal remains of the pet in the elimination chamber alone and the remains are returned to the owner in and placed in and urn. Friends and family are able to witness the cremation process.
Individual cremation – Individual cremation is is a process in which the pet is cremated within individual partition along with sharing the cremation chamber with other pets. In this case, the pet owners can bring their pets ashes into on with the promise that it has not been mixed with others. However, pet owners are not let watch the process of cremation.
Communal cremation – Communal cremation is a process where the pet to be cremated is cremated with other pets. Pet owners are neither allowed to watch the process or keep their ahses. This, of couse, varies across crematoriums. As per the norms, the ashes are often buried in the burial ground that is commonly used.
You may scatter the ashes in the sea
Once you get the ashes from the crematorium, you can scatter them in the in the sea. There is a belief that scattering the ashes in the sea will make your pet free from the tentacles of rebirth. That is, they will set free when they no longer will have another birth.
What happens to the ashes?
Once the cremation process is done, you will receive the remains that is, the ashes. You will dispose of this ashes respectfully as per your norms in your community, beliefs, and the like.
You can Sprinkle them somewhere on the ground or you can bury them. This is to be done according to the laws. You can consider storing in a columbarium.
Clean up the home
It is important to clean your home after the incident. There may be a skin flakes or pet dander, residues of pet urine and stools, in the home. They are potentially dangerous unless they are cleaned up. If you have a carpet in the living room or elsewhere, you should also undertake carpet cleaning because it carries potentially dangerous gems your dear ones.
Taking care of these points will if you to make the process of cremation of your pet’s mortal remains easy and simple. It’ll also help you manage with the trauma that you suffer following your pets death.