East Lawn Pet Loss Center


Family Stories

"When my Siamese, Bonnie, was marching full-steam into her 20th year, I knew that she deserved better than to just be “disposed of” at the vet or buried in some backyard. As luck would have it, I discovered Sierra Hills Pet Cemetery and proceeded to make “pre-need” arrangements for the burial of all my pets for when their time came.

Bonnie made it to the ripe old age of 23 1/2 before she left this world for the next at 12:15pm on October 12, 1996. She was the first of many of my furkids buried at Sierra Hills Pet Cemetery, and because all of my kids are there, I now have my own plot in the “People Part” of the cemetery so they’ll be nearby.

Over the years, I have been the “geriatric ward” for many cast-off, reject, misfit, and unwanted animals, many of them coming to me already well into their “Golden Years” after a hard life of abuse. They deserved better. Though my time with some of them was short, I rest easier just knowing that my well-loved animals are in a dedicated cemetery where I can visit them regularly and not have to worry about someone putting a pool in the backyard and ripping up my pet.

If you want peace of mind about the final resting place for the pet you love, Sierra Hills Pet Cemetery is the place to go. Pre-need arrangements make monthly payments an easy way to “take care of business” ahead of time, making the burial or cremation more peaceful during your time of loss."

Kristy T
Mom to many Muddypaw Medical Misfits

Bonnie Blue Eyes
Spring 1973 – 10/12/1996
Some of the Muddypaw Misfits at Sierra Hills
L-R: Murphy, Reba, Bo-Ty, Kenyon, Millie, and
Greta Mae






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