Unique ways to remember cats who have left too soon
Note: After Yukino passed away, her hooman wore her Text and photos by collar as a bracelet. (Photo STEF DELA CRUZ, MD courtesy of Buwi Comia) babies close to home, right where they were their happiest.
Aireen Jellen Palao, who lost shy but sweet Claude, wanted to bury him where she lived. She wanted him close by—he was, after all, a certified Meowmy’s boy—but her home didn’t have a yard.
Unfazed, she asked a friend for help. “[Claude] was buried in my close friend’s yard since we didn’t have a yard in our house,” Aireen said.
If you don’t want to lay your cats to rest in your backyard, bury their favorite bowl or toy instead. Burying anything they cherished while they were alive gives you a chance to visit them in a convenient place any time of the day… especially when you’re missing them a little more than usual.