How to Dispose of a Dead Cat

Every living creature that comes in the world has to reach the ending day when he or she has to leave this world.  Same like all other creatures, the lives of cats also come to an end someday, so the after death events or activities of the cats and all other creatures should be done in a sane and proper way. There are several ways in which the cats after being dead should be disposed of so that there wouldn't be any activity that seems to be illegal ethically and legally.

Burial of a dead cat:

Once your cat is dead, the first and the most common idea pop up in your mind would be to bury the dead body under the ground. The dead body should be buried in a grave with a depth of at least two feet.

Burial in the house:

The cats can be buried in the circumferences of the house where they lived, or in the circumferences of any friends house with their consent. But it should be made clear that the dead body is not hazardous to human health in any way. 

Burial in pet cemetery:

The concept of pet cemetery was first introduced by America, where the dead bodies of the pet animals were to be buried. Burial in the pet cemetery is another way to dispose of the dead cat.

Despite the two ways mentioned above, the feral cats or the wild cats that don't own any home could be buried at any place found appropriate.

Dead animals removal service:

Several organizations are providing their services to manage the after death activities of the animals or to dispose of them. They only require a requesting application about the removal of your dead animal and everything else that's going to happen is their responsibility.

Cremation:

Another way to get your cat disposed of is, cremation, which means the burning of the dead bodies. Cremation can be done at homes but most of the veterinary hospitals offer this service and it is more efficient to get your car cremated by them. Cremation could be done in two methods:

Individual cremation:

In this type of cremation, the dead body of the cat is cremated and the ashes are handed over to the cats' owner.

Communal cremation:

The ashes of the dead cat produces by cremation are disposed of by law along with those of other animals.

Rendering of dead cats:

Recycling of the dead bodies of cats, by converting them into pathogen-free byproducts that works as the proteins for the agricultural feed is another way to dispose of your dead cat; this process is known as the rendering of dead bodies.

Taxidermy:

People who have immense love for their cats maintain the visual display of their dead bodies by getting them mounted over an armature. Taxidermy involves a long process carried on by specific entities.

Conclusion:

Anything that dies had paid off for its life. Whether it is a pet cat, a feral cat or a wild cat, when found dead, it should be disposed of properly. The proper disposal of cats, along with being necessary as the social responsibility of humans, also benefits in several ways such as in agricultural fields or forgetting their structure mounted, also their dead bodies, if not disposed of appropriately, could be disastrous for human beings and other creatures as well.


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