This piece is not for sale having joined the artist's own collection, but you too can consider a stylish pet portrait by New Zealand contemporary artist Collette Fergus.
If you're looking for a unique way to immortalise your beloved pet. Don't settle for something ordinary when you can have a one-of-a-kind piece that reflects your furry friend's identity and holds memories even better for you.
Here you can see an example, 'Mousecatcher', which immortalises the memory of the artist's own beloved cat Pablo. You too, can commission a unique portrait of your pet and keep their memory alive.
With various sizes and styles available, painted on a stretched canvas thats ready to hang, you can customise your pet portrait to reflect your pet's personality and quirks just like Pablo. Contact Collette Fergus today to discuss your ideas and pricing
Coping with the Death of a Beloved Pet
Many pet owners wonder what happens to their beloved pets after they pass away.Therefore, the concept of pets in the afterlife is a topic of interest for many people.
However, it varies depending on different religious and cultural beliefs.Some people believe that pets have souls and continue to exist in the afterlife, while others believe that pets do not have souls and cease to exist after death.
However, many people find comfort in the idea that their pets are still with them in some form or another, even after they have passed away.
People also use various methods to connect with their deceased pets, such as meditation and psychic readings. These practices can provide comfort and a sense of closure for those who have lost their furry companions.
Overall, the idea of pets in the afterlife is personal and spiritual thing. Whether you believe your pets continue to exist after death or not, the love and bond you share with them is a unique and meaningful part of your life.