The ideal commemorative sculpture for your 4-legged friend

The ideal commemorative sculpture for your 4-legged friend

August 18, 2019

If you’ve ever considered commemorating your beloved deceased animal with a memorial sculpture, you’ll be inspired by Mémoire de toutou’s wide range of options. Based in Chicoutimi, Quebec, the company was founded in 2016 with the goal of finding a use for surplus concrete from construction sites and the founders’ business plan was a runaway success on Dans l’œil du dragon (the French language version of Dragon’s Den). The company’s environmentally-conscious commemorative sculptures are striking—for instance, in the shape of a bone, a paw, a kennel or a dog … with plenty of choices also available to cat lovers. Each mini-memorial comes with a permanent, weather-resistant marker which provides families in mourning—and especially children—the possibility of personalizing their sculpture with a permanent message, thought or memory. Some memorials have a sealable compartment to let you safely store your special pet souvenir. “Some of our clients keep their dog’s collar, a fur clipping or some of their ashes,” says company co-founder Frédérique Bouchard. “People can keep their mini-memorial inside or else put it in their garden, wherever their animal liked to be.” A new product series will be launched during the summer, featuring a collection of mini personalized gravestones for pet cemeteries. Located in the Saguenay region of Quebec, Mémoire de toutou distributes their products throughout the province in Mondou stores. You can also order online for delivery throughout Canada. Prices start at $49.99. Website in French only. (Pawsie)


Photo: Mémoire de Toutou’s Facebook page

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