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Families are being forced to dig up dead pets after the cemetery, will lose lease

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Thousands of Michigan families have been forced to dig up the remains of their beloved pet after an animal cemetery, which lost its lease.

THE CAMERA SHOWS A CAT ATTEMPTING TO “MURDER”, IS THE OWNER WHILE HE WAS SLEEPING

Heavenly Acres Pet Cemetary in Brighton, Mich., it was supposed to be a peaceful final resting place for the family and pets.

According to FOX35, around 74,000 animals have been buried in the cemetery, and most of them were the pets of the homes, hundreds and hundreds of dollars to be paid to bury them.
(WJBK FOX2)

“It was a wonderful place,” said Staci Hayman, who along with her husband, Matthew Wiseman, to bury their pets in the cemetery, in The County for decades to come.

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However, in the rural garden is managed by Linda Williams, which were not part of a protected area to act as the customers ‘ expectations, but, instead, on a lease, who has since passed away, forcing families to either bid farewell to the remains of their pets for eternity, or go to dig them up.

Heavenly Acres Pet Cemetary in Brighton, Mich., loss of the lease.
(WJBK FOX2)

According to FOX35, around 74,000 animals have been buried in the cemetery, and most of them were the pets of the homes, hundreds and hundreds of dollars to be paid to bury them.

Staci said, ” it will cost as much as $800 to bury her 21-year-old cat, Bailey.

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“They’re putting her in a crate, she had a very nice room that we had to say good-bye,” she told FOX35. “Then they carried her into the house. It was like the burial of a human being.”

The country garden is managed by Linda Williams, which were not part of a protected area to act as the customers ‘ expectations, but, instead, on a lease that has since expired.
(WJBK FOX2)

The owners of the dead pets reported to have been discovered and there came a letter from a lawyer for the site owners to inform it until September to dig up the remains.

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“We have to pay for the perpetual care and perpetual care, to me, means forever,” Staci said.

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