Cullen Pet Cemetery

On the walking path to Sandend, but not too far from the Cullen Sea School, the Cullen Pet Cemetery is a delightful wee spot to appreciate the love pets have inspired with their humans.

Begun in 1992, the cemetery closed at the end of 2019 after regulatory changes, yet is still a poignant place to visit. Aside from cats and dogs, it is also home to more unusual animals such as a shark and dolphin that have washed up on the shore.

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