Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
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Scout
2/24/2017In memory of Scout...

You were the best roommate I could ever have. Eating junk food will never be the same without you. And even though you didn't make it to 18, we sure did put in a good effort. I'm glad you got to cross the Rainbow bridge on a beautiful day, exactly where you wanted to be and how I wanted you to be.

After all, a deal's a deal. Until we meet again, lady.
Crystal WSellersville, PennsylvaniaFebruary 25, 2017
Ozzie
10/10/2003 - 2/20/2017Ozzie you are missed beyond word can explain. However, I pray that you are running around doing your "burn outs" , sniffing & peeing where ever you want and staying outside as long as you want! I miss you and love you ! mom xoxoDonna BaerBirdsboro, PennsylvaniaFebruary 23, 2017
Ruby
3/13/2006 - 2/20/2017Ruby My Love,
Its been only a short while since my sweet girl was sent to heaven. Although it was the right thing to do, my heart is broken.
Through out our lives together, she was a very special girl for me. My life has been filled with many, many pets, and they've all had a special place in my heart, and when it was time for them to go to Heaven I knew I would be with them again someday. With Ruby, we had more of a special bond, and through out the last few months with her, knowing the day would come, I would tell her about Heaven, and seeing all her beloved siblings and how she would be so happy playing with them, enjoying her eternal life there. I would tell her that I hope she would be the one "at the gate of Heaven" to be there to open it up for me!
God Bless her, and someday we will be reunited for eternity..
Arlene ReposaLas Vegas, NevadaFebruary 23, 2017
Pookie
07/05/1997 - 12/30/2016I miss you every moment, my baby girl. You were that one in a million pet that captured and connected with my heart and soul. Thank you for defying all medical odds for 7 years in the fight against kidney disease and making it to an amazing 19.5 years old. Thank you for all the nuzzles, head bumps, snuggles, cuddles and somehow knowing how to pat away the tears with your paw when I cried. Thank you for all the laughs, giggles, fun kitty games, and amazing feats of acrobatics that only a kitty can perform. Thank you for your feistiness, sassiness, and fearlessness. You will always be in my heart.Christine StephensonShelby Township, MichiganFebruary 22, 2017
Buttercup
7/12/2004 - 2/20/2017In Memory of Buttercup

Words can't adequately express the heartbreak of letting her go. Through the years, we get a feeling that they will always be with us, and it's gut wrenching when we realize it isn't the case. She represented comfort, and home. Even if she and I(we,) didn't interact through the day, since we all know cats sleep a good part of the day, passing her by, and just saying "Hi, Buttercup," and having her "squeak" at me, was enough. I knew she was there, and that's all I needed. She is what made our house, home.

When I opened her new catnip toy at 1AM, about a week ago, she heard the bell that was attached to it, and came down the stairs to get it, and play with it. She just had a bath, and played with it like a kitten. My husband was getting up to take a shower, and leave to fly out of Baltimore, for his job as a commercial airline pilot, and we marveled at her and her will to live, and enjoy life. It gave us both a feeling of joy, that we will treasure. He was never particularly close to her since Buttercup preferred the company of ladies, but he grew very attached at the end, from taking her to our regular vet for fluids, once a week or so, and helping me take care of her at home.

Looking at the empty bed, where she used to sleep, brings tears to my eyes. She never lost her incredible sweetness, even at the end, which made it all the harder to let her go. I struggled with it for a long time, but knew when she stopped eating and for the most part drinking, I knew she had had enough. I struggle with the very idea of ending a life, whether it be human, or animal, but the alternative, of seeing her suffer or struggle, was more than I could bare. I do carry a certain level of guilt, with ending her life, even though I know how sick she was. Forgive me, baby, I love you with all my heart, and didn't want to see this evil disease hurt you anymore. Sleep well, baby girl, and I will see you, Blackie, and Bunkie again. Groom Blackie, but if she hisses at you, stop.

07/12/04 - 02/20/17

God looked around his house and found an empty space,
He then looked upon this earth, and saw your tired face,
It broke our hearts to lose you, but you didn't go alone,
For part of us went with you, the day God took you home.

You crossed the Rainbow Bridge long before your time,
You're missed so much our darling girl.

Sleep tight until we meet again.
Love and Kisses

Love,
Mommy XOXO
Nancy KilkearyPowhatan, VirginiaFebruary 22, 2017
Peewee
07/23/2003 - 2/21/2017For 4,920 days, I was blessed to have the best of best friends in life, my adorable little boy PeeWee. Everyone who ever met him always commented on what a sweet dog he was, especially for a Chihuahua. From the moment I saw his gigantic bobble-head teetering on his tiny little body and he cuddled under my chin, I knew that I would love him not just for the rest of his life, but for the rest of mine.

He was with me through four moves across the country and we visited 27 states together. We crossed the Rocky Mountains and drove through a tornado; not to mention all the storms, an earthquake and several blizzards we weathered together. He chased squirrels (until they chased him back), loved to lead the way on our walks and never missed a chance to let people know they were crossing HIS parking lot and should step lively.

He was silly and funny and ferocious and loveable. He was everything to me and so much more. He taught me that there is such a thing as unconditional love. He loved me and I loved him.

He was a good dog.
JoAnn PresleyFlanders, New JerseyFebruary 22, 2017
Maya
2/25/2017 - 2/20/2017Maya you were the best dog a person can ask for and our tradition won't end. Ribeye steaks this Saturday in memory of you on your birthday. Go find yourself a beach and recliner in the sky until we meet again!Brandon SwainAtlanta, GeorgiaFebruary 22, 2017
Anabelle
1/11/2006 - 2/20/2017She was such a wonderful girl that brought us so much joy.Christina UrdanetaCary, North CarolinaFebruary 21, 2017
Sookie
6/7/2008 - 2/21/2017Sookie,
Thanks for coming into our lives and teaching us all about unconditional love. You gave us so much love and I hope you felt all our love in return. You will always be missed and thought of with thanksgiving. You were a good dog (almost all of the time). Life won't be the same without you for quite some time. While the pain in our hearts will subside, you will forever be thought of with love and affection. Say hello to Alley and Max, my dad and all the others that went before you. We'll be together again one day and you can pester me about taking you for a walk. And, of course, I will. Gladly.
Pete LambMartinez, GeorgiaFebruary 21, 2017
Teddy Bear
2/15/2008 - 2/17/2017Today we held you one last time, kissed your head and rubbed your back and said good-bye…

“Today I knew just how much I was loved as I lay in your arms accepting all your kisses and heard your voices saying it was okay…it was now time for me to close my eyes and slip away to a place where I could run and play.”

Our sweet, sweet Teddy Bear who was so loved is now resting in peace. No more tumor growing that makes him sick, no more pain, no more stumbling….he is now healed and whole; running and keeping watch for any squirrels who have somehow slipped into Heaven! Trust me when I say he will make sure they don’t stay long and Heaven is squirrel free!!
Cheryl MulvehillEvans, GeorgiaFebruary 21, 2017
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