About Us

We are located at 16691 Maloney Road, at the corner of Maloney Road and County Road 18 (between St Andrew's West and Long Sault) in Lunenburg, ON (K0C 1R0). Our cemetery is available for public visitation at any time; cremation facilities are viewable by appointment. Please call for directions. Our telephone number is 613-534-8420, or email us at tinamuir.3@gmail.com. Cemetery sign

The foundation of Nature's Way Cemetery was built on a tragedy. On September 1, 1995, I married my husband in a small ceremony on our 10 acre property. Collectively we had three dogs at the time of our marriage. The smallest and oldest was a city-raised miniature long haired daschund named Felix. Two days following the happy nuptials the best man prepared to return to his home in Belleville, Ontario. With goodbyes said, my sister and I proceeded to walk the distance to the house with the dogs in tow. Unbeknownst to us, my beloved Felix was resting under the best man's truck, which was now in reverse gear. The rest, as they say, is history. My best friend and faithful companion of eight years had been taken abruptly from me. I was devastated and began to plan his tribute with the birth of Nature's Way Pet Cemetery. The name, Nature's Way, comes from an epitaph on a tombstone that my husband brought to me following the death of Felix. The tombstone belongs to a young man who was killed tragically in a car accident in Morrisburg, Ontario. Nature's Way provides compassionate service and support for the aftercare of a beloved deceased pet. Our new crematorium is fully licensed by CSA and the Ministry of the Environment and provides efficient and affordable means of caring for the remains of your beloved pet. It offers burial on a lovely cemetery grounds which is always open for visitation in addition to affordable communal or individual cremation services.

~ Tina Muir

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Words of Wisdom

"Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened."

- Anatole France

"Many who have spent a lifetime in it can tell us less of love than the child that lost a dog yesterday."

- Thornton Wilder

"In their sympathies, children feel nearer to animals than adults. They frolic with animals, caress them, share with them feelings neither has words for. Have they ever stroked any adult with the love they bestow on a cat? Hugged any grownup with the ecstasy they feel when clasping a puppy?"

- Jessamyn West

"Unlike some people who have experienced the loss of an animal, I did not believe, even for a moment, that I would never get another. I did know full well that there were just too many animals out there in need of homes for me to take what I have always regarded as the self-indulgent road of saying the heartbreak of the loss of an animal was too much ever to want to go through with it again. To me, such an admission brought up the far more powerful admission that all the wonderful times you had with your animal were not worth the unhappiness at the end."

- Cleveland Amory

"I have sometimes thought of the final cause of dogs having such short lives and I am quite satisfied it is in compassion to the human race; for if we suffer so much in losing a dog after an acquaintance of ten or twelve years, what would it be if they were to live double that time?"

- Sir Walter Scott