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Branża funeralna zwierząt domowych przeżywa w Chinach rozkwit (48)

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The cremain of a deceased pet dog is seen at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company places the cremain of a deceased pet dog on a flowerpot at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company places the cremain of a deceased pet dog on a flowerpot at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company puts the cremain of a deceased pet dog into a cinerary casket at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company places the cremain of a deceased pet dog on a flowerpot at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company places the cremain of a deceased pet dog on a flowerpot at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company places the cremain of a deceased pet dog on a flowerpot at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company places the cremain of a deceased pet dog on a flowerpot at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company grooms a deceased pet dog at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company places the cremain of a deceased pet dog on a flowerpot at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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The owner of a deceased pet dog arrives at a mourning hall of a pet funeral company in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company grooms a deceased pet dog at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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The owner of a deceased pet dog arrives at a mourning hall of a pet funeral company in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A deceased pet dog is seen at a mourning hall of a pet funeral company in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A deceased pet dog is seen at a mourning hall of a pet funeral company in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A deceased pet dog is seen at a mourning hall of a pet funeral company in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company prepares a mourning hall for a deceased pet dog in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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The owner of a deceased pet dog arrives at a mourning hall of a pet funeral company in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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The owner of a deceased pet dog arrives at a mourning hall of a pet funeral company in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A deceased pet dog is seen at a mourning hall of a pet funeral company in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company puts the cremain of a deceased pet dog into a cinerary casket at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company prepares to incinerate a deceased pet dog at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company places the cremain of a deceased pet dog on a flowerpot at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company prepares a mourning hall for a deceased pet dog in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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The owner of a deceased pet dog arrives at a mourning hall of a pet funeral company in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company grooms a deceased pet dog at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company places the cremain of a deceased pet dog on a flowerpot at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company grooms a deceased pet dog at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company grooms a deceased pet dog at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company grooms a deceased pet dog at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company grooms a deceased pet dog at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company grooms a deceased pet dog at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company grooms a deceased pet dog at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A deceased pet dog is seen at a mourning hall of a pet funeral company in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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The owner of a deceased pet dog bids farewell to her pet at a mourning hall of a pet funeral company in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company grooms a deceased pet dog at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A deceased pet dog is seen at a mourning hall of a pet funeral company in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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The owner of a deceased pet dog bids farewell to her pet at a mourning hall of a pet funeral company in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company prepares to incinerate a deceased pet dog at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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The owner of a deceased pet dog bids farewell to her pet at a mourning hall of a pet funeral company in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese employee from a pet funeral company prepares to incinerate a deceased pet dog at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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The cremain of a deceased pet dog is seen at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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The owner of a deceased pet dog picks up a cinerary casket for her pet at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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The cremain of a deceased pet dog is seen at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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The cremain of a deceased pet dog is seen at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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The cremain of a deceased pet dog is seen at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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The cremain of a deceased pet dog is seen at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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The cremain of a deceased pet dog is seen at a mourning hall in Guiyang city, southwest China's Guizhou province, 16 April 2019. Pet funeral services are picking up steam in China, as millions of animal lovers seek ways to bring closure to their relationships with their former companions. According to a report on China's pet industry, the number of pet owners in Chinese cities has reached 73.5 million, with 53.9 percent willing to pay for a pet funeral service. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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