If your cat dies at home, there are some things you can do to help the body go through natural processes without having to make a tough decision. It is important that you know what happens when the time comes for the cat’s body to die and decompose. This information will make it easier on everyone involved if this does happen.
The first thing that needs to be done is prepare the kitten’s body. The best way is with an open casket; however, some people opt for embalming instead of an open casket funeral service (an embalming service provides chemicals that stop or slow down decomposition). Another option would be cremation where all remains are wrapped in ice before being laid out in urns. A third alternative would be donation of organs so others may have life-saving transplants available for them as well as their families later on after they pass away from organ failure due to diseases such as diabetes and kidney disorders among other things. Make sure everything is sterile prior to laying out your kitty for viewing by family members or friends who will attend if possible because sick animals cannot receive proper care under these circumstances!
There are many types of coffins used including cardboard boxes filled with sawdust, soil mixed together which might damage any wood coffin over time especially since most wooden coffins set up better than ceramic ones do once placed into a grave however, they last longer but not always proven significantly longer unless buried deep enough underground possibly even below ground