When you imagine what happens at a pet cremation, it might fill your head with questions and worries. We’re here to make you feel safe in the knowledge that your precious pet is handled with the greatest of care and love.

From the moment your loyal friend is taken into our care to the return of their ashes to you and your family, we promise to treat your pet with the respect their deserve.

Say goodbye to your furry friend at one of our New South Wales locations. Take the time to honour your pet with a memorial or poem, and say a final farewell from our comfortable viewing room.

What to expect

It's completely understandable that you may feel nerves or worry ahead of your precious pet's cremation. To avoid any unnecessary distress, we're here to let you know what to expect on the day and what decisions you may need to make ahead of time.

What happens? Pet Purpose Podcast

Ana Kingi joins Brett the Vet as a special guest on the Pet Purpose Podcast to discuss pet cremation, what happens to the pet and memorialisation options.

Writing a eulogy for your pet

Honour the wonderful life your pet had in your home with a beautiful memorial or thoughtful poem. On the day, you’ll get the time to bid a final farewell to your pet. You can even share a photo and a few words for your pet on our dedicated memorial page.

What happens at a pet cremation

With complete transparency at every stage of the cremation journey we can ensure you absolute peace of mind that you are receiving your beloved pet’s ashes home, and only your pet. Choose a special spot to scatter your pet’s ashes or select a memorial urn to hold their ashes safe and sound. Even when your pet is no longer by your side, they’ll always be in your heart. 
 

FAQs

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.

Grief factsheets

If you’re in need of some extra support in the days and weeks following your pet’s death, take a look at these handy guides written by leading figure in grief and empathy education and author of When Pets Die: It's Alright to Grieve, Doris Zagdanski.

How to know when it's time to say goodbye

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How to know when it's time to say goodbye

When a beloved family pet becomes ill, you may be considering euthanasia.

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Patch and Purr Explaining a Pet's Death to Children

Explaining a pet's death to children

Support the smaller members of your family after the loss of a pet. Learn the right thing to say when they're at their lowest point.

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Looking after your senior pet

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Some thoughts to comfort you

For when your pet is no longer by your side

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Contact us

Patch & Purr offers pet cremations for when your loved one is no longer by your side, but forever in your heart.

We strive to treat your loyal friend with the care and respect they deserve at every step of the way. Call on 1300 112 711 or use the contact form below to speak to a Patch & Purr team member.

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