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5-12-20 Standard and Deluxe Pet Caskets size XLarge I received your casket the morning that my dog passed and was relieved to see how great the quality was. It gave me peace of mind to seal my "Jaxx" for eternity in a sturdy product. Thank you for delivering in a timely manner, you made my ordeal easier. I recommend this for every pet owner. Kevin

2-18-20 VIP Pet Casket Makes Moving Much Easier - A year after I buried my cat, I had to dig him up to take him with me when I moved. The seal in the casket is so good that there wasnt even an odor! It made things much easier and as pleasant as possible. Emaline

1-14-20 Deluxe Pink Medium Pet Casket fast shipping quality product - Steve cares about his customers ! Great product and fast shipping. Only one negative is that nobody answered the phone but they did call me back within minutes. Thanks Mike

12-26-19 Value Medium White Pet Casket My Emmy Lou is out of pain, now in heaven - I had to leave her in the Vet's freezer because I couldn't find a casket where I live. I had to go online, which I usually don't do. I found what I was looking for at Pets We Loved. Steve was great. I ordered it on Monday and it got here by Wednesday. The casket looked great and the seal tape impressed me. I wasn't able to pick her up at the Vet so my friends went to pick her up. Steve suggested the Vet could help with putting the seal tape on the casket. Cheryl Jackson

11-24-19 Deluxe Gold Large Pet Casket One Of Those Things You Wish You Never Had To Use - But when you do, you want the best for your loved family member. I didn't even take it out of the box for a few weeks because I instinctively knew the day I did I would have to use it. So I waited, hoping, praying that the situation would change. But when it didn't and my precious dog passed, I was so glad to know I was prepared. He fit into it beautifully and he looked adorable and at peace. It was well constructed and carried him from the veterinary office to the cemetery without a problem. It held up as they filled in the grave. And I rest well knowing he had a comfy place to rest in an airtight and well constructed container. It was a fair price for a good product. Delivery was overnight. What more could you possibly ask? PL Sorensen

10-28-19 Standard Blue Small Pet Casket A nice inexpensive pet casket - A great place to purchase a pet casket for your loved one , they offer speedy delivery and answer emails quickly to accommodate customers in a time of need.We will be ordering another casket when our cat spike leaves us. N/A

My First Pet

Dogs and small apartments just don’t fit well together. I grew up in the 70’s and 80’s living in several different small apartments in Massachusetts. There are advantages and disadvantages of growing up in this type of community. Generally, there are lots of other kids to play with and the complex was pretty safe to bike and walk in. But living in a rented space leaves little to no room for having a family dog. Like most kids, I always wanted a dog growing up but instead had cats as they were more suitable to the confines of apartment living. Maybe it wasn’t so bad since none of my other friends in the complex could have them either. When I was about 6 or 7 yrs old, my folks brought home our first cat (that I can remember anyways). She was a snow white kitten that was sweet as can be – so of course we named her Sugar.

Being an only child and with parents that both worked full time, I spent many hours with Sugar as a kid. After these many years, I don’t recall everything about her but I do remember a few things. This cat loved to chase cigarette wrappers. My dad smoked some type of menthol brand that came in a soft package with a cellophane covering. Once empty, my dad would crinkle it up and throw it for the cat. Sugar would go ballistic. She would hunt it down and retrieve the wrapper, just like a dog with a stick. It was hilarious. I also recall how affectionate and understanding she was. Let’s be honest, cats are generally pretty independent animals that sometime just want to be left alone. At times, I wanted to play a bit more than she cared for but she tolerated me more than I probably deserved. She was more than a pet, she was a family member.

Some years later, how many I’m not too sure, Sugar developed a severe case of ear mites. My mom took her to the Vet several times and I remember her cleaning out Sugars ears vigorously and often to try and get rid of them. As a kid, it didn’t seem like that big of a deal and certainly didn’t think her overall health was at risk. Not too long after, my folks told me that Sugar went to go live on a farm so she would have more room to run and play. I was devastated but was also happy knowing she wasn’t cooped up in an apartment anymore and that she was feeling okay. But, as you can probably tell, I found out years later that she actually had succumbed to the mite problem and had to be euthanized. I was still pretty young at the time and would not have taken her passing very well so I can understand why my folks told me that. Not to say that I wasn’t upset when I eventually found out though. But like most problems, we move on and accept what happens the best way we can. Maybe my experience with Sugar and her passing helped lead to what I do now. Maybe it’s even some type of therapy, who knows.

Pet loss affects everyone a little differently I think. Some can move on sooner than others and some need more time or help dealing with the emotional toll it can take. What I do know is that I’ve continued to love animals and have had several cats and dogs since. Sugar had an impact on my life that I will never forget. And although I had always had wanted a dog (and have had 2 since), Sugar converted me the cat lover I still am today.