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New York to allow pets to be buried with their owners

We all love our pets; in many cases, they're part of the family. This new law, signed in by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, certainly proves that. On Monday, Cuomo approved legislation that will allow people to be buried with their pets. There are specifics to the measure however: cremated remains of the pet may be placed with owners in one of the 1,900 cemeteries in the state.
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