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Tuesday, November 05, 2013

Grieving Pet Owners Find Solace At Pet Cemetery

Photo of Los Angeles Pet Memorial Park, courtesy of the LA Times

This article and slide show from  a recent LA Times  demonstrates the depth of grieving that many pet parents experience following the loss of a beloved dog or cat. The Los Angeles Pet Memorial Park was founded in 1928 by veterinarian to the stars, Dr. Eugene Jones, and is the final resting place for the likes of the MGM lion and the dog from "The Little Rascals". But over 40,000 "regular" and beloved pets have been buried there in the ensuing years, making this cemetery the largest and oldest of its kind on the West Coast.

Pet burials at this sprawling, 10 acre cemetery cost from $600-$2,000 and include a memorial brick with a personal message eulogizing the departed pet. After you've spent a few minutes reviewing the slide show and accompanying descriptions, you're sure to feel a kinship with these grieving pet parents, and take heart that so many people feel this deeply about their pets.


2 comments:

Molly The Wally said...

That is a lovely place to bury precious furends. So sweet. Have a terrific Tuesday.
Best wishes Molly

Two French Bulldogs said...

Nice! But my Benny is staying with me
Lily

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