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Testimonials

Stories from real customers of Resting Paws Pet Cemetery & Crematorium Inc.

Indira Thackorie

Resting Paws was wonderful in caring for our cat Maximus. The drive to their Woodland cemetery & crematorium was nice, it gave us time to reflect and focus on what we were about to do. There was empathy and kindness throughout which made it easier.
We had a semi private cremation and it was an easy process, at no point did we feel they were focused on money (like our Vet). There were many urns to choose from that are made and personalized in house by the owners. Also, the cemetery is beautiful if that is your choice.
Patrick & Sabine are wonderful people, we couldn’t thank them enough for their kindness. They have two dogs, Roxy & Diego, who were therapeutic to play with while we were waiting.
I highly recommend this organization for anyone who has lost a member of their family.

Texeira Family

Dear Patrick,

Our family wanted to thank you for your compassion and care that you showed
during our time of loss.
We were touched with the way you handled Max.
We are very grateful to you for meeting our request to cremate Max the same
day that he passed away and also for bringing his ashes to our house a few
hours after cremation.

With gratitude,
Texeira Family

Debster Leahy

I can’t begin to tell you enough good things about Resting Paws. Patrick and Sabine are wonderful, compassionate and caring people.
The thought of having our fur babies cremated had never crossed my mind before but since I have found them, I wouldn’t think of going anywhere else.
From having my son’s ferret Pebbles and now the devastating loss of my own beloved wonderdoggie Bubba taken care of by Resting Paws I can know in my heart their journey over the Rainbow Bridge will be a smooth one.
Any of my friends with fur babies (or any pet), when the time comes I hope you think of Resting Paws to help you through the whole process.
Thank you so much for everything Patrick and Sabine

Chris Moor

Dear Patrick and Sabine,

From my first call to Sabine I knew I had made the right choice for my beloved O’Malley. Sabine’s voice was gentle and caring and I knew she cared. I honestly didn’t know what to expect upon arrival to the cemetery today. We arrived to their two dogs Roxy and Diego welcoming us. Animal therapy at its best. We met Patrick and were taken to see O’Malley. He looked as handsome as ever in a blanket lined basket as if he was only taking a nap on our bed. We were left alone to say our good bye’s. Never once did we feel rushed or unwelcome. We were allowed to witness the entire process from beginning to end if we were so inclined which we did. Patrick was even so kind as to let us know where to stand if we didn’t want to see certain parts of the process. We also had a walk through the cemetery which is very nice and will grow in time to a wonderful spot to visit your pet if you were to chose burial. I truly can’t say enough good things about Patrick and Sabine and Resting Paws. I can rest easy knowing I made the right call and didn’t use my vets “service”

I don’t wish the pain of losing a pet on anyone but when the time comes do both yourself and your fur baby a favor and call Resting Paws.

Val Strawczynski

I’m finally able to post a testimonial without crying; my memories of our sweet Sheba have all become good now, and those of her last few days have faded a bit. I’d like to thank you again for your kindness as we said our good-byes to a much loved companion.

When we brought her to your office on July 27, despite the fact that we could only afford the common cremation rather than the kind of service we would have liked to have for her, you showed both us, and our departed puss, respect and compassion. In fact, my final memory of her is her resting in the basket in your receiving room with one paw sticking out – a pose she often used in life.

I’m glad I was able to get a ride to the ash spreading ceremony on August 22. Your reading of ‘The Rainbow Bridge’ was beautiful . . . I only cried because I knew that this was almost my final good-bye. The absolute final good-bye was when I had to throw away all the furniture covers that she’d used when she first became incontinent, and although I never thought parting with cat pee stained items would hurt, it surprisingly did.

In any case, I’m glad to know that you and Patrick are around, loving your pets as we love ours, and able to help them take those final memorial steps to comfort their humans after they’ve crossed the Rainbow Bridge.

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