When I was young, I had wanted to bury my turtles in our backyard, but my mom was really strict about not burying animals anywhere near our house. So, my poor turtles ended up in a garbage bag.
Later, we moved into an apartment and had hamsters, who also ended up in a garbage bag when they died. My fish, however, went down the drain.
Now, I'm not living with my parents, so they don't have a say in how I deal with my pets. But, I can't bury them in the backyard simply because the house I'm currently living in isn't mines.
I had thought of going to the nearby forest/park and burying them, but I don't think that's legal.
There is a pet cemetry in town, but it's rather pricy, especially since I would rather crement them (more expensive than a visit to the vet) then bury them (about as expensive as a visit to the vet).
However, since this is only a temporary home, I may not be living in this town when they pass away. My home town doesn't have a pet cemetery.
Fortunately, my boy and girls are still alive and biting, but I would rather have it planned out earlier so I wouldn't need to panic about this issue when they do meet their end.
So, I would like to hear some suggestions as to what I should do with their bodies when they die.