Pet crematorium deceived pet owners

Joe Abts committed suicide at start of police investigation

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What they did was to provide customers with the ashes of another person’s deceased animal or ashes that did not originate in a deceased animal. They may have been purely fake ashes. The owner of the crematorium committed suicide once a criminal investigation had been commenced by the local police force. It has transpired that the fraud went on for a very long time possibly at least 16 years. A deceased cat was found at the premises with a microchip. The owner of this cat had received ashes. Therefore it became clear that “fake ashes” were being sold to customers. If a pet owner wants to be sure that they are receiving the ashes of their pet then they should do an individual cremation and supervise the whole process from start to finish.

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