Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
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Doggums
8/1/2005 - 8/3/2018Doggums. Dave. David. Sting. A man of many names.
You made us a family and filled our lives with laughter. You were my best bud and we will never forget you.
Thank you for all the lessons, cuddles, grumpiness, snorts and love. We miss and love you Dave.
Los Angeles, CaliforniaAugust 14, 2018
Sparky
7/19/2002 - 8/11/2018Our sweet boy Sparky crossed over after living a perfect life with our family. All he wanted was to be with his people, and he went everywhere we did. We will forever miss his loving presence, our walks, travels, fishing trips, beach adventures, mountain exploring, and just hanging out at home and our yoga studio. He was my shadow, confidant, best friend, constant companion best snuggler ever. His presence will be missed every day, forever by his family. Thank you Dr. Sue from Lap of Love for helping Sparky make the transition and supporting our family with the decision. He is at peace, running and smiling and will be my angel and live in our hearts forever. Rest in Peace handsome. Momma misses you!Julie HavelockSACRAMENTO, CaliforniaAugust 14, 2018
Chris
4/04/2004 - 10/19/2017i loved you so much, Chris. We had so many fun times together. I doubt I'll ever get over you.Billy WrayPenfield, NYAugust 14, 2018
Lola kristina
5/4/2005 - 8/11/2018Saturday August 11th 2018, our sweet girl Lola Kristina peacefully made her way across the Rainbow Bridge at the age of 13. Lola is survived by her Papa Gonzo, Daddy Richie, Sisters: Tabby (Tabitha) Lynn and Trixie Rose. Lola lived a simple but wonderful life, she loved her family, the sunshine on her face, the wind blowing through her fur, playing in the snow and munching on her favorite snack of apples and carrots. She was protective of her family and would do nightly security walks around the house before climbing into bed for the night. She will be deeply missed by her family but her light will continue to shine as she will not be forgotten. We love you sweet girl, you can rest easy and peacefully now.
Love
Daddy and Papa
Richard Roa- CasaresChicago, IllinoisAugust 13, 2018
Buddy
3/3/2006 - 7/28/2018Buddy was an amazingly loyal dog who loved walks, boat rides, chasing squirrels and watching the outside world through a window while sitting in his comfy rocking chair. He was the absolute best around children, allowing them to crawl all over him while giving hugs and kisses. I miss him tremendously, but I know, in my heart and my mind, that I made the best decision for him at the right time.Matthew WilkinsLynn, MassachusettsAugust 13, 2018
Cosmo
8/1/2018 - 8/12/2018Cosmo (coz, cozzie, coz coz, baby boy) was 13 and was the sweetest cat I’ve ever known. He was my cuddle buddy. I have a million pictures of he and I cuddling on the couch. He was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma in December of 2017. He had surgery to remove his left eye but the cancer returned just last month. He loved exploring outside and sometimes I would find him perching on my neighbor’s roof. His brother Charlie went missing about 18 mos ago. They were such a great duo. I miss them both so much. Both big and fluffy gentle giants. Dr, Cain came out to my house to help cozzie cross over. She explained everything so well and had such a gentle touch with my little guy. I am so glad I chose Lap of Love to come out. I was so conflicted and having a hard time letting go.Lillian FurrMatthews, North CarolinaAugust 13, 2018
Tiffa Daisey Dukes
1/6/2005 - 7/23/2018I'm in the midst of a "griefburst" as I read these memorials.

Many, many thanks to Dr. Loren Gassler, with Lap of Love for your compassionate care service. Thank you for your thoughtful donation to the "Fisher House Foundation" as well.

Tiffa was my son's Chihuahua, she was the last puppy of the litter... the left over one...the one that no one wanted. She outlived him by 7 years and one week... as my son, a soldier deployed to Afghanistan, died in the service of this nation.
Tiffa was the last tiny bit of our son, left behind to bring us joy and comfort. She was small in stature, slight of frame....yet large in bark, cherished and protected our family...like my son.
Though tiny, she leaves behind a large hole in our hearts.
Our family knows that she is now with her owner and master, US ARMY CPL Frank R. Gross...reunited in Heaven with God..... maybe even protecting the pearly gates!!!!
Toni GOldsmar, FloridaAugust 13, 2018
Spike
5/24/2003 - 9/8/2017Here is our belated Valentine to you, our sweet Spike, our big red dog. You were the Best Dog Ever. We called you the ambassador for all dogs, since you spread your good will to other dogs, our cats, and people most of all. You were Mommys first and only dog, and convinced Mommy that she wasnt only a cat person!

You were so tall – you stood on your hind legs and put your paws on our shoulders in greeting – then helped yourself to food from the kitchen counters when we werent looking. No wonder you were known as Spike-OLiscious!

Bedtime was not complete without you stretched in our bed, your head on one pillow and tail on another. Those big brown eyes melted our hearts first thing in the morning and last thing at night.

We are grateful you lived a good life, long enough to turn gray around the whiskers, though it was sad when you limped with arthritis and could no longer jump into our bed. And then we found your tumor just as we were leaving for Ireland and England. We were heartbroken when it came time to say goodbye over the phone from so very far away. Your favorite dog sitter, Miss Jan, knew who to call for your gentle transition over the rainbow bridge. Dr. Rachel from Lap of Love came to escort you there, and you were covered with plenty of kisses and tears from your human brothers Greg and Eric.

Now our house is empty of you and your wet-nosed nudges and your smile and your waggy tail, but our hearts are filled with your life with us. Happy Valentines Day (and all the other holidays that have come and gone since you left), you big red-on-the-head doggie! We love you, Spike Spiegel Stevens.

Lots of hugs and constant petting,
Mommy and Daddy
Greg StevensAnnapolis, MarylandAugust 13, 2018
Cleo
8/10/2018The Life Of A Cat
(by Laurence Overmire)

Sleep. Eat. Sleep.
Play with string.
Sleep. Eat. Sleep.
Hunt a bug.
Sleep. Eat. Sleep. Sleep.Sleep.
Annette BriegerAlexandria, VirginiaAugust 12, 2018
Gracie
8/23/2006 - 8/11/2018Rest In Peace Gracie! You really got me thru some tough times. You blessed me with your love for almost 12 years. What an amazing life you had! Don’t have the words to properly explain what you meant to me.Gilles MorinBaton Rouge, LouisianaAugust 12, 2018
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