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"Thousands of pets buried at the Pet Memorial Park in Cedar Hill should 
rest a little easier after a nonprofit group purchased the property at auction Tuesday."

- Diane Jennings
 Dallas Morning News
"Ex-Marine, other pet lovers hope to save abandoned Cedar Hill animal cemetery"
"The Cedar Hill Pet Memorial Project, which has been working since October to raise money to save the cemetery, submitted its winning bid at a foreclosure auction"
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"Pet Owners Fighting To Keep Pet Cemetery From Redevelopment"
"Volunteers worked Saturday to make a final resting place for hundreds of North Texas pets even more worth saving."

-Debbie Denmon
 WFAA 8
"Pet Memorial Park in Cedar Hill has drawn legions of animal lovers since it opened in the 1940s."

- Loyd Brumfield
"Supporters Rally To Save Cedar Hill Pet Cemetery"

- Robbie Owens
"Once a defunct pet memorial park, residents in Cedar Hill and surrounding cities have stepped in to save Cedar Hill Pet Memorial Park and make sure that it functions for many years to come."

-Rita Cook
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"Last year a determined group of supporters for a neglected pet cemetery in 
Cedar Hill won a big victory when they purchased the property on the 
courthouse steps."

  - Diane Jennings
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Cedar Hill Pet Memorial Project taking applications for the second Shadow Fund Grant

-Rita Cook
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Even though he has been gone for five years now his Shadow still lingers at the Cedar Hill Pet Memorial Park and in the halls of the Cedar Hill Police Department. The working K9 police dog appropriately named Shadow once graced the streets of Cedar Hill helping fight crime from May 2003 to November 2009 - now he graces the Cedar Hill Pet Cemetery since passing away in 2011. 

-Rita Cook