No one gets out of life alive – not us and not our pets.
But it can be problematic when one wants to be buried with their pet’s remains. In many locations, this isn’t allowed.
A state Senate bill in New York is making its way through the legislative process that would allow cremated pet remains to be buried in human cemeteries. In 2014, another regulation allowed pet cemeteries to accept human remains.
Assemblyman James Brennan of Brooklyn, sponsored the measure saying that with increased rates of pet ownership “has come a significant shift in the desire of New Yorkers to have their pets interred in their grave, crypt or niche.”
Source: New York Post