When pets pass on, pet memorial stones and pet memorial markers are normally used to help those cope with the process of grieving their recent losses. And while it is perfectly fine and even recommended by psychology experts to give a person time to grieve their deceased pets, after a time pet memorial markers can help with closure. They offer a simple gesture to let that person know that you are thinking about him or her and that you realize how much they valued their pets’ lives.
Today’s pet memorial markers are extremely well made and very tasteful. They commonly are made from river stones that make each marker entirely unique, meaning no two pet memorial markers are exactly alike. This uniqueness makes both you as the giver of the gift and the recipient pleased. You get satisfaction from knowing that you are the only person who has given this specific gift to your friend or family member, and the recipient is pleased because the actual marker is a beautiful and elegant way to remember a lost pet.
These pet memorial markers are increasingly popular simply due to the number of people living in the country who own pets. About 33 percent of today’s households have one cat at the least, while 62 percent of U.S. households have a pet of some kind, from a rabbit to a dog. Memorializing these pets with these unique stones helps send a clear message that you care, regardless of the type of animal.