|Seven years ago, my huge 10-year-old German Shepherd, died of renal disease. I'm not as young as I used to be, and having no help to bury him, I chose cremation for his remains. Ted was an important member of my animal family and I was very distraught. I had never had a pet cremated before, but interment has always been so traumatic for me, so I hoped cremation would be better. It was. I had the opportunity to visit North Georgia Pet Cremations, and I was awed by many things I would not have known if I hadn't seen them myself. For small animals, they have a basket with a blanket to transport the animal to North Georgia Pet Cremations. Jim made a stretcher with PVC pipe and blue canvas for transporting large animals. I was so impressed that people's beloved pets aren't put in a bag. The crematory building itself has many sweet decorations on the outside, and inside the building is clean and neat. North Georgia Pet Cremations really does treat animals with utmost respect for their final needs. It's not just a slogan.
Last week, my beloved 12-year-old collie died. I didn't hesitate to call Jim. His parents came a long distance to collect him. They were kind and gentle to me. The ashes are contained in a tin, accompanied by certification of cremation and a lovely poem, "Rainbow Bridge." I can scatter the ashes instead of having to see a dead body. Such sympathetic, caring people!
Nancy S. Wiltsee, Cornelia