By now I'm sure you've heard the awful story about the thieves who desecrated the grave of Tipsy the poodle, making off with the $11,000 jewelled collar with which he was buried. (And then they didn't even put him back in the hole, but left his bones strewn about. Heartless pigs.)
Tipsy, it turns out, was among the loved creatures in France's Cimetiere des Chiens, touted as the oldest (1899) pet cemetery in the world, and resting place of Rin Tin Tin and "Tiger," the pet lion of actress Marguerite Durand. Here is a short, atmospheric film on the cemetery, where you can see for yourself the charming monuments and the photos many include. But don't cats get to sleep there too? Oh mais oui, as this delightfully full page at Purr'n'Fur will show you.