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Pet cemetery lease expires so what happens to the animals’ remains? — 2 Comments

  1. I would really find out if they could legally stop me from removing my pet’s remains under the circumstances. This is a good learning experience for pet parents to ask questions before buying a burial place, perhaps it is safer to cremate pets as the remains can never be taken from you or destroyed. It also seems very cruel that they would not allow people the choice to remove the remains in this case.

    • I agree with you on all fronts. This has gone badly wrong. A totally misconceived business model. Burying does carry problems. I buried my first and beloved cat in the garden of my then home. When I moved I exhumed her and cremated her remains and they are with today in the living room.

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