A sanctuary for grieving pet owners

The Los Angeles Pet Memorial Park in Calabasas was founded in 1928 by celebrity veterinarian Dr. Eugene Jones as the final resting place for animals of stars and the starring animals themselves, including MGM's lion and the dog from "Little Rascals." Now, with more than 40,000 less famous pets interred, the graveyard is the largest and oldest of its kind on the West Coast. A story of a different kind of grief.
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