How do I get the ashes in there
Loads from the bottom
We are seeking a St. Francis of Assisi urn for our American Staffordshire Terrier. Our pet, Layla's weight at the time of her death was 55 lbs. And most urn calculator indicate we should anticipate using an urn with greater and 60 cubic inches, but some recommend 1 cubic inch per pound of body weight. Can you assist us with locating a St. Francis urn that will be large enough to hold Layla's ashes? Thank you for your assistance with this matter. Best Regards, David
So sorry about your Layla. This urn should work based on the information you've provided.
This pet urn pays tribute to Saint Francis of Assisi, known as the patron saint of animals, the environment, and Italy. It's customary for Catholic churches to hold ceremonies honoring animals around his feast day of October 4.
We've created a cast metal urn to honor St. Francis and bless the sweet creatures he protects, and has become one of our most requested pet urns.
St. Francis statue urns are available in a satin bronze finish, and pewter. Lined bottom to protect furniture.