“Death ends a life, not a relationship” – Jack Lemmon

Near the end of last year my friend had some sad news.

Their 18 year old house cat had headed out on the rainbow road and her essence left this earth.

From my own past experience, I know that when one loses a pet it is like losing a family member. The loss of a pet leaves a hole in one’s heart and sadness in the soul.

My friend inquired if I had any urns that would be appropriate for pets as they wanted to purchase one. I had only made one urn before, but I volunteered to make them one. Looking past their grief, they suggested that I should be making them for others who have lost a pet as well.

So while I was making an urn for their beloved kitty, I made a few more to add to the site:

I hope to provide people with a beautiful, one of a kind, and affordable alternative in their time of grief to the commercial urns that are on the market. A cherished piece of beauty, much like the beloved they’ve lost. Please reach out if you’d like to know more.

The experience of making urns is surprisingly beautiful, and of course a little sad but I appreciate that I am able to bring a little bit of light to people in their time of loss.

Thank you for reading this post, and for all those who have lost a pet

may you find healing and peace. 🙏


  1. Spirits never die! Spiritual relationship always is intact and bound. loss here, living without those one loves, hurts, badly, as this is a journey with ….

  2. Charlee: “Aww, that was so good of you to make an urn for your friend!”
    Chaplin: “In our china cabinet we have little wooden boxes for our beloved vizsla brother Dennis and our other siblings who we never met, Pooh Bear, Trouble, Tucker, and Trixie, but nothing so colorful as that.”

    1. Thank you Charlee and Chaplin! And now I know where your blog url comes from too 🥰

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