Thursday, December 22, 2011

New York okays burying human ashes in pet cemeteries. For those who want their final resting place to be next to furry loved ones.

4 comments:

Thomas Alice said...

We're doing it the other way around. When my beloved pet Alice died, we had her cremated. Whoever dies first- Mom, Dad, or me- will be interred with the tiny box bearing Alice's ashes.

THE BLUEST BUTTERFLY said...

That raises an interesting question...whether a human being can have the ashes of another buried with them.

Thomas Alice said...

I'm surprised there are any limits on what can be done with ashes. I can understand regulating bodies, for public health reasons, but since it's legal to scatter ashes in the wind, I just assumed it would be legal to put them anywhere.

THE BLUEST BUTTERFLY said...

So far, from what I am reading, there are a lot off regulations set out about where "cremains" are allowed. It would seem though that urns are often put in caskets (people or pet).

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