I blame Stephen King. Once, there were pet cemeteries throughout the land. People would visit them each weekend to mourn their pets and remember the good times they shared. Then, Stephen King wrote a scary book, and pet cemeteries became haunted places no one wants to visit. The pet cemeteries still exist, but they are overgrown and hidden as if that would keep us from rising and attacking as dog zombies. The Chobham Pet Cemetery is in Chobham, Surrey, yet none of the residents knew it exists. It was found by a man named Frances, who built a home in a newly cleared out area, and, when he walked in the woods behind his house, came to a clearing and stumbled on the cemetery. There were a half-dozen headstones, in two neat lines, evenly spaced, with the bottom of the monuments covered with twigs, sticks, and leaves. Frances dropped to his knees, cleared the brush, saw, carved into headstones, the names of pets, and the dates they walked on the mortal side.