I've kept you waiting long enough for this very special resting place in Paris. Actually it's located in the suburb of Asnières-sur-Seine, but well worth the Metro ride and nice walk through the area. Built in 1899, making it most likely the oldest pet cemetery in the world. In addition to dogs, you will find the graves of cats, a monkey and a horse as well as other assorted dearly departed pets.
This day my friend Mary Gilbert, Marie Z. Johnston ( and her cute pooch who thankfully did not seem disturbed to be visiting doggy graves) and Richard Nahem joined us for the trek. The first visit here for all of us! It was a crisp sunny day and we spent probably an hour or more, pouring over the simple and the elaborate gravesites, some with the most heart wrenching tributes. Today one special little mausoleum for the family's chats, Mimi et Plume. I will have many more photos to share with you later.