Celebrate Your Special Feline Friend With A Cat Urn

Cat, Maine Coon, Silver Tabby - Figurine Pet Cremation Urn

Many of us have a beloved cat that shares our daily life with us. They become an integral part of our lives and losing them is never easy. Unfortunately, sooner or later we all have to deal with the inevitable.

The loss that is felt can affect us very strongly. Cremation is often the choice that is made when the pet has passed away, and many owners want to memorialize their beloved feline friend. Cat urns are ideal for this purpose. A cat urn for ashes can help you to remember your feline friend and the times that you enjoyed together.

There are many to choose from, but what type of cat urn is best for you?

There are a number of different types of cat urns for ashes available on the market today. Let us take a look at just three possibilities:

1. Ceramic Cat Urns

Cat, Black, Shorthair Standing - Figurine Pet Cremation Urn

Because these urns are ceramic they allow for a very wide range of designs and also finishes. For instance, you might want a picture of your cat painted on the urn, for example. Ceramic urns are somewhat fragile, but they are also usually the more cost effective option. However, it is important that you bear in mind that, even though they might not cost as much, ceramic cat urns for ashes can look both tasteful and beautiful.

2. Metal Cat Urns

If you prefer something that is going to last and is not fragile then metal cat urns are the way to go. These can also look stylish and they can be personalized as well. Whether you choose one with ornate detail, or something more sleek, you can be sure that it will last as a thoughtful memorial for your feline friend.

3. Glass Cat Urns

Now here is a unique idea that is fast becoming a popular choice. It might surprise you that cat urns for ashes can even be made out of glass, but these are often very beautiful in design. The ashes are kept within a blown glass globe and each is unique and handmade. Of course they are fragile and will need to be kept out of reach of children, but they certainly help to memorialize your beloved feline friend in a novel and tasteful way.

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