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Pet memorial service lets owners launch their dead animals into SPACE

Your pet may enjoy exploring your neighbourhood, but after it dies, it could go on the ultimate adventure in space and even set paw on the moon.

The world’s ‘most unique pet memorial service in the universe’ lets owners launch their pets’ ashes into orbit and even deep space aboard spacecraft, as soon as this autumn.

The new service has four service options, which start at $995 (£590). While some people may assume that owners would be barking mad to shell out for such a lavish memorial, the company, Celestis Pets, claims the missions are one way to ‘honour our animal companions’.

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