Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Wordless Wednesday - Pet cemetery

Driving by this spot up in the mountains, we wondered what all the crosses were. It was a Pet Cemetery. Anyone who has ever lost a special pet knows the sorrow of the loss. I thought this was a very poignant picture of all the beloved pets that are gone.


Beautiful Pear Tree Lane said...

Hi Ruthie,
This is such a sweet post. I like to find interesting sites when I travel. Since I have started blogging I take my camera with mw most places. And have found that I have started noticing things more closely. LOL

You post on the tulips was so pretty I think tulips have a way of letting us know that spring has really come or is just around the corner.
Thank you for sharing, and thank you Ruthie so much for encouraging me on getting healthier. Blessings,

Cherdecor said...

We used to live very close to a pet cemetery in Ohio. It is nice for people to have a place to put their pets after they die.

Nana Trish is Living the Dream said...

Since my husband and I have always had so many pets we have had pet cemetaries with minature headstones. We love our pets like family and it is so hard to have them pass away.

Anonymous said...

I didn't know they had such a place. It's a nice place for precious pet owners to go. I'm sure it brings them peace.

Smilingsal said...

Hm, I never knew that all pets were Christian!

Cora from Hidden Riches said...

How touching!!!!! It's so hard that we have to outlive our pets! They give so much and so freely! I, too, loved the tulips! Just beautiful!

Thanks for your comment on my blog today! Always glad to see you when you stop by!!!


Coloradolady said...

That is a very pretty picture with the mountains in the background. I have not seen a pet cemetery around here, but now, I am wondering if there is any close to me! Interesting. I will have to check that one out!

HOPE said...

Hi Ruthie..haven't been able to stop by in awhile...hope you are well.

This photo did say a never think of it this way til you see the photo of how many loose their beloved pets.

I lost a sweet dog last year after 13 years as my furry friend. I thank the LORD for his wonderful creation of these sweet animals that can befriend us.

Your photos on the blog are very inviting!