As a pet owner myself, I know just how hard it can be to lose a pet – they really become a part of your family. Pet loss can be a heartbreaking experience, but there are some ways to help cope with your grief. One of the best places to start, is by creating an online pet memorial.
What are Online Pet Memorials?
Online pet memorials are a wonderful way to create a lasting tribute to your pet’s life.
A memorial is an object that serves as a way of remembering something. They can come in all shapes and sizes, from plaques to statues, and they all help to bring people together to celebrate the life that was lost. However, sometimes physical pet memorials can be expensive, difficult to acquire (especially for children), or just not for you.
This is why online pet memorials are wonderful.
Online, creating a memorial for your pet is easy (for adults or for kids), and shouldn’t it be that way? One of the best parts is, you don’t have to spend any money to make your memorial online. It also makes it even easier for everyone who loved or knew your pet to visit the memorial and leave their condolences.
With online pet memorials, you get the chance to focus on the entire life that you spent with your pet, rather than just the end.
How to Make an Online Pet Memorial
You can make an online pet memorial for free, with ILovedMyPet.com. You can add photos, thoughts, memories, or even audio and video to an online memorial page. Visitors, friends, and family can also include their own thoughts, photos, videos, or other parting sentiments about your pet’s life.
To make one yourself, just click “create a memorial” and follow the step-by-step guide.
You’ll be able to fill out your pet’s name and birth-date, write whatever you would like about your pet, and upload photos or other memorabilia. We’ve made it really easy to do; you could finish it in 5 minutes, or save your work to take as much time as you need.
Want to see some examples? You can visit our 50 most recent online pet memorials and see how others have created lasting memories for their pets. We encourage a loving community, so feel free to leave an owner a personal note if you’re touched by their story.
Losing a pet is painful, but the emotional support that you find in family, friends, and cheerful memories can make it all a little bit easier.