The Daily Diary of Dogs and Cats

happy mixed breed dog portrait with a kitten on his head

Are these the best of times or the worst of times? Do the simple things in life lift your spirits or are you struggling against the yoke of pandemic isolation and social uncertainty?   I believe it’s all attitude and perception. Please read to the end!! You Will Laugh Out Loud I guarantee that you…

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How Much Do You Love Your Beloved Pet?

Beautiful red british shorthair cat and adorable pug with their owner. Portrait of beloved pets at home.

Our pets are valued and loved members of our households. We can’t imagine living without our furry friends.     But what about eternity?  Can we enter eternal life with our pets (or at least their cremains)?     At Sunshine Cremation that answer is “yes.”      If requested, we can combine the previously cremated remains of pets…

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Keys to a successful water scatter.

Picture of Blue Water

Keys to a successful water scatter. Almost every day we are asked about water scattering of ashes.   We know that water scattering can be a meaningful and impactful way to say goodbye to your loved one.  But, we also know that water scattering can be a disaster.   Wind, current, and waves often do not cooperate,…

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Sea Scattering? How To Choose The Right Urn

Eco-friendly & all natural cremation urn made from recycled plant materials, without glues. Comes with a handmade bamboo urn case for transport and ceremonies. Proprietary design controls float/dissolve time and allows for use with any amount of cremated remains.

Wind. Surf. Current. The ocean is an important element in South Florida life. Many find the sea a meaningful place to scatter the cremated remains of their loved ones. People imagine a sea scattering on a quiet and peaceful beach. They picture an event that is respective and impactful. Unfortunately, wind, surf, and current can…

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Travel Assurance Makes Good Cents!

Travel Insurance Makes Sense

Lock In Your Cost Ahead Of Time Purchasing your prepaid funeral/cremation arrangements is one of the kindest and most financially responsible things you can do for your family. Not only do you lock in the cost of your funeral/cremation at today’s prices (rather than future inflated and higher prices), you help your loved ones’ cope…

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“I Can’t Afford To Die!!”

Cremation Blog: I Can't Afford to Die

I Can’t Afford To Die! I have heard too many people tell me that they cannot afford to die because of funeral costs.   What are typical funeral costs?  According to experts, a funeral in South Florida, including burial plot, funeral home, casket and miscellaneous items can run as much as $10,000 per person.  For…

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