I consider my two cats and three dogs members of my family. Having never had children, my pets fill that space in my life and are extremely important to me. I love them and care for their every need. In 2015, I lost my twenty-year-old tuxedo cat, Miss Demeanor. She had been with me since I first began living on my own, she was very special to me. When she died, it was of great comfort to me to know that I could arrange for her cremation and she would be cared for with dignity and grace. I wanted to keep her ashes with me for the rest of my life and fortunately for me, I was able to turn to a funeral home that offered pet services.
My hope is that I can offer you a dignified cremation for your dear pet as well. I will care for your beloved dog, cat, bird or other pet as if the pet was my own. We are able to come to your home and transfer the pet to the funeral home or you may bring your pet to us, the choice is yours. We have a large selection of urns and memorial merchandise in stock to honor your pet’s memory and all of our items are offered at affordable prices.
June 1, 1996-September 15, 2016
August 14, 2002-June 12, 2018
Hoffen Funeral Home Cares
Your pet is cremated individually, and all cremated remains are returned to you. Due to our desire to treat all pets as members of the family, we do not offer bargain communal cremations.
With the exception of large pets such as Great Danes, St. Bernards, etc., our fee for private pet cremation is $195.00. Some larger pets will be slightly higher.
Transfer of your pet to our funeral home (within 25 miles) - Complimentary-Please call the funeral home for transfers outside our 25 mile radius, a nominal fee will be requested.