Cat cremation has become a common choice after a pet’s passing for various reasons.
It’s cost-effective, environmentally friendly, practical, and provides a sense of closure.
The cat cremation process
The body is placed in the cat cremation component and then subjected to the exceedingly high heat of 1400 to 1800 degrees Fahrenheit. This reduces the biological matter to dust and dried bone, which is then processed into a gritty sand-type substance.
How long does cat cremation take?
The completion time for the cat cremation is about two hours or less.
The remains are then placed into a cremation urn that the crematorium provides or one that you gave them to use and returned to you.
– Private Cat Cremation: Your cat is cremated alone in a separate crematory chamber. Subsequently, the ashes you receive will be those of your cat only.
– Common Cat Cremation: With the "Common Cat Cremation" option everything is the same as the Private Cat Cremation process except you don't receive cat's remains back.