Due to maintenance works, our site in Cambridge will be closed to all visitors on Saturday 11th May 2024...

The site and phonelines will close on Friday 10th May at 5pm and reopen at 8.30am on Monday 13th May 2024. Thank you for your understanding.

Memories shouldn’t cost the earth

At CPC, we want all pet owners to have access to a lasting memory of their pet, especially during these tough financial times. So, in recognition, we have reduced our pricing and our Treasured Paws kits are now available from as little as £9.99 each, as memories shouldn’t cost the earth.

Treasured Paws are a wonderful way for you to keep a lasting memory of your pet. By taking an imprint of their paw, at any time throughout their life, you can capture the moment forever.

Available in three different colours, blue, green and grey, Treasured Paws are perfect for:

  • Welcoming a new pet, to remember how small they were
  • Puppy pre-school graduations
  • Birthdays, for pet-mums and -dads
  • A gift for a friend or loved one
  • First yearly check-up
  • Successful surgery or treatment
  • Completion of chemotherapy
  • In memory of a beloved companion who is coming to the end of their life, so a part of them stays with you forever.

Simply slide the top off and press the paw into the mould material to create a perfect impression. No kneading, drying, or messy application makes the process quick, easy, and stress-free. Within the lid, there is a frame to place a picture of your beloved friend.

Please note that CPC are not able to carry out impressions of your pets’ paws on your behalf.*

Treasured Paws are available from as little as £9.99 each when you buy a pack of three, or £16.99 when you buy them individually.

To purchase Treasured Paws and create your lasting memory, please click here.

*Paw impressions for end of life memories need to be taken before or at the time of your pets passing. Regretfully, CPC can only offer to take paw prints if you are attending your pet’s cremation.

Final thoughts

Coping with the first holiday season without your pet may seem like an insurmountable challenge, but with time, support, and self-care, you can navigate the holiday season with grace and resilience. Try to listen to your feelings and needs, talk to friends and family, reach out to professionals or support lines if you want to, and most importantly, be kind to yourself. Remember that grief is a personal journey, and there’s no right or wrong way to honour your pet’s memory.

At CPC Cares, we extend our heartfelt support to you during this difficult time, and we hope these tips help you find moments of peace and healing this holiday season.

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