From October 1, pet owners in China's capital won't be allowed to bury their deceased animals. According to Ecns and GlobalTimes, the new regulation "concerning pet burials stipulates that dead pets need to be sent to approved organizations to be safely disposed, rather than allowing owners to bury pets in public places. It usually costs hundreds yuan to bury or cremate an animal at Beijing's animal cemeteries or crematoriums."


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