This 2011 photo provided by the Hartsdale Pet Cemetery in Whtie Plains, N.Y., shows a scenic view of the first burial ground for animals named to the National Register of Historic Places. The 116-year-old Hartsdale Pet Cemetery, final home to some 75,000 animals and a few hundred humans, is being designated for its "social history and landscape architecture." (AP Photo/Hartsdale Pet Cemetery, Mary Thurston)

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This 2011 photo provided by the Hartsdale Pet Cemetery in Whtie Plains, N.Y., shows a scenic view of the first burial ground for animals named to the National Register of Historic Places. The 116-year-old Hartsdale Pet Cemetery, final home to some 75,000 animals and a few hundred humans, is being designated for its "social history and landscape architecture." (AP Photo/Hartsdale Pet Cemetery, Mary Thurston)
This 2011 photo provided by the Hartsdale Pet Cemetery in Whtie Plains, N.Y., shows a scenic view of the first burial ground for animals named to the National Register of Historic Places. The 116-year-old Hartsdale Pet Cemetery, final home to some 75,000 animals and a few hundred humans, is being designated for its "social history and landscape architecture." (AP Photo/Hartsdale Pet Cemetery, Mary Thurston)
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