It is probably the most consistently decorated cemetery in Orange County.
Wedged between a Carl's Jr. and an Albertson's, the 3.5-acre Sea Breeze Pet Cemetery in Huntington Beach is the final resting place for about 38,000 animals.
Most are cats and dogs. But there are also rabbits, birds, turtles, chimpanzees, and even fish and salamanders.
John Wayne's German shepherd is buried there, along with Karen Carpenter's dogs and Jose Feliciano's goat. There's even a rare South American terabarber, which general manager Terri Stiles describes as a cross between an anteater and weasel.
A large number of service animals, mainly police dogs, are buried at Sea Breeze. A monument to Old Sarge, a bomb-sniffing dog credited with saving the lives of many U.S. Marines in World War II, is one of the only above-ground monuments in the cemetery.