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Great Memorial for my Ms Kitty
on February 2, 2011
When my Ms Kitty passed away after we have been together for 15 years, I was overwhelmed with grief. I knew that the only way I could possibly have some relief is to give her a proper memorial. I searched for urns and thought that they looked so morbid and reminded me of her death instead of my life with her.
When I found this keepsake, I thought it would be perfect for my little girl.
There are 4 sides and space for 4 photos. I put my favorite photo of her in one side, a photo of me with her on another, then a photo of my husband with her and finally a photo of her with our cat Simon (who was with her for 12 years) in each of the slots. I thought it would be a good way to show how much she was loved by us all.
There were two screws on the bottom that are quite hidden and it opens up with a space that is big enough for your pet's ashes and a toy or two, collar, etc.
I made a small pillow out of her favorite sleeping spot and the made a pouch out of her favorite blanket to put her ashes in. The space was big enough for the small pillow, her ashes, a personal picture, a note, her favorite mousey and her collar.
Once you put the things inside and replace the screws, it just looks like a photo display of you and your cat. You can leave it out without having a morbid feeling and you can always be reminded of how much you loved your pet.
The only thing I have to warn is that the glass that is in front of the pictures easily slides out when you have the bottom off. This may have been just my stupidity, but I wanted to let you know. So don't turn it right side up when the bottom is off or the glass to slide out and break. It happened to me and I had to get glass from another frame and cut it to fit. Not so fun.
In summary, if you want a memorial for your pet that you can have out in view and to show how much they were loved without the morbid feeling, this is the one for you.