How to Celebrate Your Pet’s Death
He’s also remembered by George Lucas as the old man who fell on top of a large bear. He is commemorated on the back of the 2005 Star Wars Trilogy DVD cover: the re-release of the first three films in the series.
Sadly, your pet has passed on to toil in another realm. But if you’re feeling a little lost, we’ve got some ideas for how to celebrate their life and memory!
These are five simple ways you can mark your pet’s passing:
The Top 10 Largest Cremation Orders in America
Walt Disney famously once said ‘We don’t even have time to go to the bathroom, much less become involved in any other activity that doesn’t contribute to the studio’s bottom line.’ This is true, at least if you’re talking about the Disney Corporation. The Walt Disney Company has grossed more than half a trillion dollars in its lifetime, and is currently the eighth largest company in the United States by annual revenue.
The company is huge, but it’s not even close to the biggest business in America. That honor belongs to none other than Wal-mart, which has an annual revenue (as of 2009) of $405 billion. That’s a staggering sum of money, but it’s nothing compared to the total volume of things that get cremated every year.
How Hollywood Became a Haven for Animal Lovers and Pet Killers – including a brief history of animal welfare and animal rights movements. – including a brief history of animals in film and how those changes have impacted pets in movies. – an examination of the types of animals that were used for filming with accompanying images.
Whereas most of the pets in the industry were once wild, they are now treated as human cast members. It wasn’t always like this and many animals were used in film, often resulting in their deaths. I want to tell you about some of the pets that died back in 1940 that aren’t so famous. Even though they’re dead, you can still look back on their lives and remember them fondly. That’s a good way to celebrate their death.
These four Hollywood pets are:
1. Bobo the dog –
“Bobo’s story is a case study of how Hollywood brought domesticated animals into a Wild West movie set. Bobo was one of the few actors in his time to stay in character long enough for the audience to see it . . . Robert Blake as Ben Gunn.” 
2. Belvedere – “Belvedere was born April 27, 1936 in Hollywood, California. Although his birth name was “Thelma,” his trainer, Leo Gerstenzang, named him Belvedere after the character in the popular radio show “The Life of Riley.” 
What Happens When Animals Pass Away on Set?
If you’ve ever been on a movie set, then you know that there are pets that are left behind when filming. The animals are usually just extras and some of them get to come back to the set for a turn. This happens if the director is nice and wants them to return for later scenes. For example, one of the most famous dead pets in Hollywood was left on the set when he died. This was a lion that was supposed to be in an ice digger scene. The animal’s name was Leo and he’s said to have been used in almost seven movies.
[[The pet is discovered by the main character who finds him lying on his back]]. I have just stumbled upon something that I thought would be funny for my blog, but then it turned out to be so much more. This story has everything from anger, frustration, sadness, and humor. It’s also a bit sad, but the ending is definitely worth seeing.
It all began one day when I was in the process of building a tree house for my child. So I went to Home Depot and bought everything that I needed. The next morning I woke up early, packed up all of my supplies, and left for the set where we were filming my movie. Half way there through traffic I couldn’t help but think about how much this was going to cost me. We all make mistakes sometimes and this was one of them.