Pet Memorial Ceremony
Baltimore Humane Society Pet Memorial Sunday Ceremony
September 10, 11am
On Sunday, September 10th at 11a.m., the Baltimore Humane Society Memorial Park will hold a free public memorial ceremony in observance of National Pet Memorial Day. The ceremony is for anyone who has experienced the loss of a beloved pet, no matter when or where the loss occurred. All our pets create lasting memories. Our pets are our family members. They’re our friends. They’re our special companions who, even when physically gone, stay alive forever in our memories — and our hearts. This ceremony will be an opportunity to remember and celebrate those loving bonds.
You do NOT need to have a pet buried at the Memorial Park or adopted from Baltimore Humane Society to attend.
The Program – Beginning at 11am
“Lessons Learned: How our pets continue to help us and others” – Matt Wilson, Baltimore Humane Society Memorial Park Director
“Grief Response to Pet Loss”- Carol Williamson Jenkins Bereavement Counselor, Counseling Center at Stella Maris
“Guilt and Euthanasia” – Dr Ayrika White-Mfoudi, Veterinarian, Peaceful Passage
“Gracie’s Story” – Jennifer Gerber
Music by Dulaney Flute Ensemble Members
Flowers by Flowers and Fancies
Location: Baltimore Humane Society Memorial Park, 1601 Nicodemus Rd., Reisterstown
Please bring a photo of your pet to put on display (preferably in a stand-up frame) during the ceremony and a flower to place in their honor.
RSVP with the number of guests, and with the name of pets you’d like read aloud at the ceremony. RSVP to 410-833-8848 ext. 219 or email@example.com.
Friends and family are welcome.
Honor a pet who touched your life by helping to save the lives of pets who haven’t been as lucky to have a loving owner like yourself. Make a tribute in their memory and your donation will go to help for the care and shelter of Baltimore Humane Society’s animals. Call 410-833-8848 ext. 212 for assistance or go to https://bmorehumane.org/donate/