Nguyen Bao Sinh, the owner of a cemetery for pets, prepares for a prayer ceremony for dogs and cats at Te Dong Vat Nga pagoda in Hanoi, Vietnam. Photo: Nhac Nguyen/AFP

The pet cemetery in Vietnam where animals’ hungry ghosts return every year for a feast

  • Milk, grapes, sausages and moon cakes are placed on graves of pets laid to rest at the Te Dong Vat Nga pagoda in Hanoi
  • The pet cemetery’s owner believes animals’ souls should be treated with dignity, and puts on the feast every year
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Nguyen Bao Sinh, the owner of a cemetery for pets, prepares for a prayer ceremony for dogs and cats at Te Dong Vat Nga pagoda in Hanoi, Vietnam. Photo: Nhac Nguyen/AFP
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