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    Oh my gash that is the best garden statue ever.

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    Urhm. I think you should have had the poor little dude put into an urn if you wanted to cart his remains around indefinitely.

    How about a nicely framed photograph? A collage of photos perhaps??
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    First I should point out that this is just a thought I had, I'm not moving any time soon so the issue isn't imminent for me... but it does make me wonder! And it also makes me wonder if this is a common thing, digging up your pets. If I knew then (when my cat died) what I know now, I'd definitely have had him cremated.

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    We have 2 of our cats buried in the backyard, I wish we'd had them cremated. But no way are we gonna exhume them when we move, that would feel wrong. Plus, I want to remember them alive and happy, I don't think I could cope with digging them up and seeing only bones left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie View Post
    Hahahaha, seriously, who buries people in their property?
    My grandparents and greatgrandparents are buried on the property that belonged to them. They lived in southern US. My grandparents passed away in the late '60's so it's not like it was centuries ago. I wonder though if the state would let anyone else be buried in the small cemetery up the hill.

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