This dog named Baobao had been with his owners for seven years. They come to see him with flower bouquets every Qingming Festival.
A large number of pet owners marked Qingming Festival yesterday by turning up at a pet cemetery in Beijing to visit their dead pet’s grave, NetEase reports. A wide range of pets are buried at the cemetery, including dogs, cats, rabbits, turtles and golden fish.
The graveyard of Lele, a dog who had accompanied his owner for nearly 10 years.
A dog named Qiuqiu had been with its family for more than 10 years. The family puts an umbrella at his graveyard to shelter him in the other world.
A pair of hunting dogs named Maomao and Lulu.
This lady’s dog and cat are buried here. She visits the two pets with the company of her children every Tomb Sweeping Festival.
Her pets had been with this lady for 10 years. She moved to Shenzhen after she retired, but this year she returns to Beijing and pays a special visit to their tomb for Qingming Festival.
Most of the graves are equipped with solar-power lights which turn on as dark falls.