I think she's trying to cut down.I Loved the "Action Figure" of Cat lady, which also comes with 8 cats, I noticed!
ONLY 8 ?!
I always bury mine in my property. I do it for my sentimental sake. They're dead, they don't care, just like I won't care what is done with my body after I'm dead.Personally, I do not believe in burying pets on your property. For me it would be an almost impossible physical task added to the fact that someday, someone else will own the property and not knowing, accidentally dig it up.
I am one who relates more to my nonhuman family...so sorry for your loss and I think I understand.As you probably know, I had to have my 19 year old cat euthanized earlier this month. I know people mean well when they suggest I get another, but I can't right now. A woman from our local senior's club called me today. When she said that, I told her it is like telling a recently widowed person to go right out and get married again. She got huffy and said that there was no comparing a pet's death to a human loved one's. I didn't want to get in a debate over this - I knew she wouldn't be convinced. However, I believe that some people relate to a pet more than people. Opinions?
Many years ago, I had a friend suggest that if I should ever move from here, take a pill bottle or something, and put some soil from the grave of my pets, and bring it with me to my new place. Nice idea.I always bury mine in my property. I do it for my sentimental sake. They're dead, they don't care, just like I won't care what is done with my body after I'm dead.