I’ve always been confused as to why the pet cemetery was spelled pet-sematary, to me it just sounds like the name of a dog cemetery. This is a pet cemetery, not a dog cemetery, that is in California, not my home state of Virginia, and it is spelled pet-sematary.
In the States, pet cemeteries are usually just pet-sematary, but not in the UK. The correct spelling is pet-matary, the name of the cemetery in the UK.
Just as pets are dead in the UK, so humans are dead in the States. This can be a problem for those who have pet cemetery friends in the States who want to take care of their pets. Pet owners are generally very good at remembering where they left their pets, and often they’ll find the graves of their pets.
Because the names of cemeteries in the UK are always spelled the same, pet-sematary is a common enough spelling that many people will know what the correct spelling is. They may not know where the correct spelling is, but they know where the correct spelling is.
I have a pet cemetery friend who lives in the Netherlands who keeps a cat and a dog in his garden. In fact, he keeps a whole collection of cats and dogs in his garden. I have to admit this is a little strange for me, but that’s just the way it is. I have no idea what the correct spelling is for pet cemetery in the USA.
The correct spelling is pet cemetery in the USA. It is pronounced with a hard “t” and means the place where a deceased pet is buried. The most commonly known way to spell pet cemetery is in the UK, and in fact it has been a part of the UK’s spelling rules since the 1800s. However, many countries including France and Spain still have pet cemetery as a spelling variant.
Pet cemetery in the UK is a common spelling variant. In the United States, pet cemetery in the USA is an uncommon spelling variant and is often used when referring to the graveyard of a dead pet. In some areas, like Florida or California, pet cemetery in the USA is the standard spelling.
Like many other places, pet cemetery has its own spellings in other countries. For example, pet cemetery in the UK is different to pet cemetery in the US.
Pet cemetery in the USA is a common spelling variant, which is the standard spelling in the United States. Pet cemetery in the UK is a common spelling variant. Pet cemetery in the USA is an uncommon spelling variant, which is the standard spelling in the United States.