We all know pets can be close members of the family, but as a society we don’t do enough to recognise the grief we feel when they die.
How often do people take significant bereavement leave after a pet dies?
When was the last time someone you know held a funeral for their pet?
Our pets devote their lives to making us happy and being our companions.
Is it normal to hold a funeral for your pet?
Rest Easy Pet Memorials are here to say:
It’s normal to want to hold a funeral for your pet.
It’s normal to love your pet as much as a person and feel deeply upset when they die.
It’s normal to want to do something special to remember them when they die.
This is why we are here to help you every step of the way.
- Rest Easy Pet Memorials offers FREE support material and guides written by grief expert Caroline Lloyd, author of Grief Demystified on how to manage pet specific grief.
- Rest Easy Pet Memorials offers a FREE At-Home Funeral Ceremony Guide developed alongside expert family funeral directors so that you can give your pet the perfect goodbye.
- Rest Easy Pet Memorials offers the best quality pet memorials, hand crafted in the UK by dedicated stone masons using locally sourced material.
10% of all pet memorial profits donated to animal charities
We also believe that death is not the opposite of life, but a part of it, which is why we are committed to donating 10% of our profits to help charities that rescue cats and dogs.
We are proud to be part of an independent family run business that has been making memorials for 200 years, so you can trust us with your beloved pet’s memorial.
For more information browse our website or contact a member of our team today.