This post may be a bit on the morbid side, but if there was ever a time to blog about biodegradable pet coffins from France, October is the month to do it.
Growing up, the veggie garden in my backyard doubled as a crowded pet cemetery for numerous gerbils and, eventually, a beloved goldfish named Georgie Girl that lived to the ripe old age of 8. The interment process was quick, easy, and unceremonious: the dead pet would be wrapped in a Kleenex shroud, a hole would be dug, and into the ground they went. Usually an arrangement of small rocks marked the spot.
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