It’s well-known that ancient Egyptians loved cats as much as we do today. Their chonky bois and slonky voids were revered as magical beings who blessed their owners with good luck thanks to their resemblance to the gods they worshipped. Fast forward to modern times and we’ll do just about anything for them simply because they bumped into our leg.
Even with as much as we love them, there inevitably comes a day when our kitties cross the rainbow bridge and we send them off to the afterlife with a final goodbye. However, laying our pets to rest has the potential to get grisly if your toddler confuses graveyard crosses with post-mortem crucifixion.