Cat Memorial Gifts

Written by matthew schieltz
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Hundreds if not thousands of cat owners each year go through the terrible loss of having their cherished and loved pet cats die; many people grieve the loss of a cat or other pet just as much as the loss of a person. The difficult time that feline owners have during this type of loss calls for cat memorial gifts that allow the owner to remember the cat anytime by looking at a keepsake or other dedicated memorial gift.

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Memorial Markers

Cat memorial markers, such as those composed of granite or stone, make a good gift for the grieving pet owner if this is something that the owner himself has not bought. The cat memorial marker can be placed in a pet cemetery or be kept on a special mantel in your home so you can remember your cat. Memorial markers are usually able to be personalised with poems and inscriptions; some cat memorial makers even allow high-resolution photos of your cat etched in marble or some other material to the memorial. Prices for these cat memorial gifts vary based on how much personalisation you have and the materials used, but it's not uncommon for some to be priced £32 to £65 or more.

Cat Memorial Jewelry

Jewellery makes good cat memorial keepsakes for pet owners to wear in order to remember the special feline at all times. Locket-type jewellery contains miniature photos of the pet cat; these are especially great gifts for women and girls who have lost a cat. Necklaces and bracelets may have small personalised inscriptions written on links or the solid pieces of the jewellery that contain the name of the pet cat and the birth and death years.

Inscribed Plaques

An inscribed plaque or cat memorial picture frame gift that you order for someone who's lost a pet is a good gift that can be wall mounted or displayed in a special area devoted to the cat. Inscribed plaques and frames typically have special memorial poems or sayings written; many cat memorial gift retailers will offer suggestions of what to write, such as the pet loss poem "Rainbow Bridge." Other ideas of what to include in these types of gifts are photo collages of the cat and her owner, a personally-written poem or description of the cat's personality, or anything else to help the owner remember a pet cat.

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