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A promise made...a promise kept
"A promise made ... a promise kept" is about the many families who lovingly laid their pets to rest in the Pet Memorial Park in Cedar Hill, Texas. The burial plans made for our pets, who ARE our family members, are promises that cannot be broken. Headstones and markers with names of these beloved family members, some dating back to 1943, were once in danger of being forgotten or worse. 

To save this beautiful place of memories, the Cedar Hill Pet Memorial Project, Inc. was forged by a group of concerned citizens and pet lovers, many with pets buried in the park.  And through the enormous support of citizens like you, the park has been saved and will now become a permanent place of peace and beautiful rest for our beloved pets. 
 BUT WE STILL NEED YOUR HELP AS THERE IS MUCH WORK TO BE DONE!!
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For all who made donations through the recent North Texas Giving Day (NTGD) event in support of the Cedar Hill Pet Memorial Project, Inc. we wish to extend a hearty THANK YOU!  Some of you have made donations before and we appreciate your ongoing financial support. For those who are first time donors, thank you for reaching out to us during this fundraising activity.  

For those who may have missed an opportunity to participate during the NTGD event, you can always make a donation either through our website or by sending a check to our P.O. Box 1418, Cedar Hill, TX 75104.

We invite everyone to stay connected with us through our FB page and website and hope that if you have not done so, please come visit our beautiful Park and see the stunning War Dog Monument. We love having our supporters to see the historic Pet Memorial Park and invite you to attend our upcoming "Blessing of the Animals" planned for Sunday, October 2nd at 2 pm. All well-behaved and leashed pets as welcome!