Japanese Pet CremationPeople with pets dispose of their deceased animals' remains in different ways, but if they live in the city the options are obviously more limited. There are also cat salons where customers pay ¥1,200 to enter a room full of rare breed of cats'such as Himalayans and Persians?and stay as long as they like as well as cafes and restaurants where cat-owners can bring their own pets for snacks and treats and relax and play games.
Aeon Retail Co, which has an online site Aeon's Pet Funeral” that introduces pet cemeteries, says about 50% of its customers request joint cremations, followed by individual cremations not attended by owners (30% ). The other 20% attend individual funerals.
In a 2004 survey by a pet food company Japanese households gave the following reasons for keeping cats (percentage) : 1) cats are adorable (71.1 percent); 2) they like cats (70.3 percent); 3) cats are fun to be around (58.4 percent); 4) cats enrich daily lives (50.4 percent); 5) adopted a stray cat (36.1 percent; 6) cats are indispensable for family communication (35.7 percent).
Sometimes the animals get little exercise because the owners are also overweight and suffer from heart disease and high blood pressure. Cremation involves the incineration of the body in a specially-designed furnace, thus reducing the remains to ashes and tiny bone fragments (called "cremains").
Typically, pet crematories will return the cremains to you in a plastic bag that is inside a decorative tin or box. The report consists of trends that are anticipated to impact the growth of the Cremation Furnace Market during the forecast period between 2020 and 2026.
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Another option is to have a truck - equipped with an incinerator - make a trip to the pet owners' house, or some place nearby, for the funeral. JAPAN - With an increasing number of distraught pet lovers seeking to mark the passing of their cherished animal friends with a funeral service, the range of relevant services on offer has grown considerably.
As in Japan, pet funerals are big business, with a simple funeral service costing around 3,000 baht (US$91) and more elaborate ceremonies costing up to 100,000 baht (US$3,034). For example, some ashes go to a family grave, and some go to the temple or even to a company grave or to a burial in space Depending upon the local custom, the urn may stay at the family home for a period or may be directly taken to the graveyard.
Pet burial services are able to offer a selection of headstones and other decorative touches for your pet's grave. This cost includes services such as 401,000 yen for catering to attendants and 549,000 yen ペット 葬儀 for services of the priest. In 2016 in the UK alone the pet cremation business broke the hundred million pounds a year mark as a business, a figure which can be seen clearly replicated across the world.
When pets die, their remains have to be treated correctly and hygienically. There are several pet taxi services operating in certain areas around Tokyo that accept all kinds of dogs, small or large. Most commonly observed are the Buddhist service on the seventh day after death, shonanoka (初七日), and the 49th day, shijūkunichi (四十九日).
Some of the more adaptable ones even prepare special graves where people can be buried alongside their dead pets. Depending on the design and size of the cremator, a number of pets can be placed in the unit and the cremation cycle run without the ashes comingling.