At Patch & Purr, we love pets. Four-legged pals, feline friends, chatty birds, cute bunnies and beady-eyed reptiles – they’re all special in their own way.

Not only do we offer pet cremations, but we are there for you and your family at all stages of your pets life. From ideas for planning ahead to choosing an urn, deciding a place to scatter the ashes and even dealing with children grieving - we're here to help.

Help & Advice

We're here for you at every step of the way as you say farewell to your loyal pet. From pre-arranging a pet cremation to what to expect on the day, all the way through to the aftermath and coping with grief, we're here for you.

Explore Patch & Purr's comprehensive help and advice section and find solace in that fact that you're not alone during this difficult time.

Planning Ahead

If your pet is sick or elderly you may want to start considering what will happen when they are no longer by your side. Pet cremation is a popular choice as you will be given the chance to say a thoughtful farewell.

When a Pet Dies

Only you can know the real pain of losing a companion who has stood by your side for so long. Regardless of how your pet passes away, we've got everything you need to know

What to Expect

At Patch & Purr, we promise full transparency at every stage of the journey. From when we pick up your beloved pet from home or the vet, all the way through to the return of your companion's cremains.

After the Cremation

After the cremation, you will receive the ashes of your precious pet. It’s not always easy to know what to do. You may choose to scatter the ashes or bury them in the garden or keep them in an urn.

Dealing with the Loss of a Pet

No two people grieve in the same way. The death of a pet will undoubtedly leave a lasting impact of every member of the family. Find help and guidance at this difficult time.

Frequently Asked Questions

Your questions answered. Our expert team have answered common questions about pet cremations, euthanasia and grief. Find comfort in the fact that you're not alone.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you’ve got any questions about pet cremation, choosing an urn or vet support, take a look at our FAQs to find the answer.