Q&A: Where can I find a black cremation jar for my cat’s ashes?

Question by Lunar Guy: Where can I a cremation jar for my cat's ?

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Answer by Jonathan
Online is your best bet.
When I got one for my dog, I just typed in “dog ” or “” to google and got many online stores

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    • Mircat
    • May 13, 2013

    type in feline or cat urn in your browser and you’ll find lots of places where they can be ordered.

    • tbug
    • May 13, 2013

    It doesn’t have to be a jar specifically for holding ashes. Any lovely little jar will do the trick it does need a lid. Look for a small ginger jar. After you have placed the ashes in, then glue the lid closed.

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