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Earth’s Memorial to a Pet’s Passing by Sandra Murphy


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he American Pet Products Associ- ation estimates Americans collec- tively spent $69.5 million on our


235 million mammal, avian and reptile pets, as well as 158 million pet fish, in 2017. It’s not surprising that end-of-life planning for a devoted family companion is a solemn endeavor. Burial in a box or blanket in the back-


yard used to be the predominant way to deal with pet remains. As people and pet populations have grown, many munici- palities now have ordinances against the practice. Instead, good options exist that protect and preserve the planet these ani- mals so enjoyed.


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