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Old 01-12-2019, 01:01 AM   #1
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Recommended Pet Cremation to use?

There are some gd & bad one.
To play safe, pls witness the whole procedure.

What are the different types of cremation?

Private
Your pet will be cremated in the chamber by itself and the remains will be returned to you in an urn. You will also be able to witness the process with your family and friends.

Individual or Common Cremation
Your pet will be cremated together with other pets, but in separate partitions. You will receive your pet’s remains in an urn, but you will not be able to witness the procedure.

Some facilities refer to this type of cremation and “Individual” or "Common" so you need to make sure that you know exactly what type of cremation you are buying.

Communal (Group) Cremation or Mass Cremation
Your pet will be cremated with others and you will not get to keep your pet’s remains. All ashes will either be buried in the same burial ground or scattered at sea.

Private and individual cremations would typically cost more (S$250 – S$750) as compared to communal arrangements (S$150 – S$350).


Ash should be small bone shape pcs, not powder. (to grind into powder, need special grinder)

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Old 23-12-2019, 11:36 AM   #3
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We recently lost our cat of 13 years

Was recommended by my friend to use Mobile Pet Cremation

They were very professional - we opted for a private cremation with a simple sending off the next day

They laid out our cat on the table for us to spend time to send him off - helped us set up flowers and other stuff (even allowed us to burn his favourite toys and snacks)

The guy was very nice and respectful in allowing us to put him into the furnace

He also told us that we could come back anytime before the sea scatter to see his ashes and spend time with him, which we did (the bones were mostly uncrushed so we know it's really him, and not some replacement clay)

The only disadvantage is that they are located in a very ulu place in Seletar and to drive in, it's quite bumpy and will put your car's suspension to the test hahah

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