A company called LifeGem will take ashes from an animal or human and turn it into a diamond using the carbon in the remains. They use the carbon and recreate nature in a lab to form a diamond. Now, you have a way to cherish your beloved pet or friend/family forever.
Some may think its an odd way to remember them, but someone like Sue Rogers didn't think so. She had a diamond ring made from her dogs, Lucky and Sam, and her cat Patch. She claims that it was worth every bit of the 3,200 pounds (about 6,000 American dollars) that she paid for it.
If someone close to you passed away (animal or human), would you consider doing something like this?
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