07. Oct, 2010 6 Comments
some people bury it like a dog or a cat but i dont no about hamster
bury it in the backyard….its just a pet
i’d just throw the hamster in the garbage
when my small pets die i bury them in the back garden – then plant a flower or a plant on top
when my dog died we took her to the vets to be cremated
I always cremate my pets, i don’t like burying them. I kept all my previous cats ashes, but when my guinea-pigs died, i scattered their ashes.
Most of my cats were place to sleep, so I never saw their bodies, but when my guineas were viciously mauled to death by a neighbours staffordshire bull terrier, i couldn’t handle looking at them, so my mum and her friend took them to the vets to be cremated, without me.
I’d bury my rabbit in the jungle near my house and then plant a flower and visit it often.
I cremated my dog (individually) & placed his ashes in a gorgeous urn at a pets’ columbarium. According to taoists & Chinese ancient folks, pets’ ashes should not be placed at home as it will bring terrible luck to the family as the years go by (that’s why we don’t even place our ancestors’ ashes at home).
As for the columbarium, I found a bright, indoor place with lots of “chi”. Outdoor will subject the dog to thunder, strong sun and storm (which is seen as a torture to the dog). Too silent, dark or deserted will seem to be a sad & lonely place to leave the dog there.
I’ve also placed my dog’s favorite food and toys beside my dog’s urn to keep him accompanied in the heaven. Forget to mention, I’ve also learned to recite Taoist scriptures hoping that my dog would delight in life in heaven and have enough power to “come” home to visit me.
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