If you have recently lost a pet, one of the most important things to remember is that your feelings, whatever they may be, are valid. Others may not understand and even family members may not share your feelings, but whatever emotions you are experiencing are natural and should be recognized and acknowledged. Trying to mask or ignore your emotions will simply delay the healing process. Therefore, it is wise to find a tasteful and sensitive outlet for your grief.
Of course, how you choose to grieve for your pet is a very individual matter. It is important to follow your heart and find the outlet which suits you and your pet best. Some options available to you here include, headstones, grave markers, memorial stones, garden benches, cremation urns and keepsakes. All of these items are designed to bring comfort to grieving owners and to serve as a lifelong tribute to your beloved pet.
Naturally, a memorial will not instantly cure your grief and sorrow. On the contrary, the aim of these remembrance items is to create a tribute, so that you can remember your pet and keep him, or her, alive in you heart. They are designed to honor the pet and to provide the owner with comfort and solace. Sadly, your pet is gone, but that doesn't mean that he, or she, is forgotten.