Owners Attending Their Pet’s Cremation Now Have a Quiet Place to Reminisce

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We had such a great day at the official opening of our Livingston Garden of Remembrance on Friday 21st April. The gardens are an excellent addition to our Scottish pet cremation service and we hope will prove popular with people attending their pet’s cremation.

Thank you to all of you that took time to attend. We were expecting rain but instead  we had a really warm reception from visitors and we were pleasantly surprised when the rain didn’t materialise.

Also a big thank you to all the staff both at the Cambridge and Caledonia offices for pulling everything together and organising a wonderful day. And of course to Donna Kennedy herself for agreeing to conduct the official opening. The garden of remembrance will provide bereaved owners with a quite place to reflect.

Blind Auction in Support of Pet Blood Bank

The blind auction went off brilliantly with donations totalling £70 for rugby balls donated by CPC and signed by Donna. The proceeds will be donated to a charity chosen by Donna; the Pet Blood Bank UK which is such a great cause; it’s the only charity that provides a canine blood bank service for all veterinary practitioners across the UK.

Here are a few photos from the day.

Mike Harvey & Donna Kennedy unveiling the plaque at the Livingston Garden of Remembrance

Mike Harvey, General Manager at Cambridge Pet Crematorium and Scotland’s most capped rugby player and Vets Now Business Manager Donna Kennedy.


Caledonia Pet Crematorium Gardens of Remembrance

CPC cremate pets with dignity and respect; our individual cremation service ensures that you receive just your companion’s ashes.

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