Creating a beautiful decorative display around your pet urn can serve to be a healing part of the grieving process after losing a beloved pet. The first thing to consider is not whether or not to display a pet urn in a prominent place in your home, but rather “how” to display it. While it is an option to simply place your pet urn on a shelf, some people opt to engage in an entire symbolically decorative process when displaying their urn in their home.Read More...
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