Way in the back of a couple of human cemeteries in central Wisconsin I found pet sections, or Pet Land.
I wonder if that's Brandy's paw print.
All of the stones in this pet cemetery are flat. But I think it's so neat that these pets were so important to someone that they have their own space and stone.
So detailed! They seem unlikely friends, but I bet they were.
Muffin looks a little scary but I bet she wasn't.
I even found Pee Pee
The second cemetery doesn't have a sign, but has flat and tall stones; you could almost not notice it was a pet section, if you didn't read the stones.
Shadow, Brownsville PD K-9, is amongst friends here.
Arkon, Fond Du Lac Police dog.
Several Healing Paws & therapy dogs.
Ty and Spud, dog and cat, together forever.
The biggest stone belongs to a rescue dog.
Joplin is the town where I grew up, the place my kids were born.
Snuggles was the sheltie that liked to dress up.
While the areas are mostly filled with dogs and cats, I did find some bunnies.