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11/4/2019In loving memory of Madison "Maddy" Cobb. You my little love are very missed but it was time to allow you to not be in pain, not be tired all the time and be where you could run free. I could not allow me to keep you here just for me. You will be forever in my heart.Candace CobbTarpon Springs, FloridaNovember 12, 2019
Sammy G. Davis, Jr.
9/24/2010 - 11/7/2019Sammy, I hope where you are there are plenty of scrambled eggs and bacon, turkey lunchmeat, cheeseburgers, cottage cheese and happy hours with cheese and crackers.
I hope you get a massage anytime you want it.
I hope you chase and catch all the lizards you want.
I hope your ears don’t turn inside out but stay floppy.
I hope you have a tennis ball in your mouth all the time.
I hope it never rains or thunders and there are never fireworks.
I hope you get lots of car rides; you are a great traveler.
I hope you will enjoy lots of naps all stretched out on your back with your legs in the air.
I hope every day feels just like the wonderful family vacation we had last week in South Carolina, fun times with mama, daddy, sister, Will and Rocky, great food and sunny, cool weather. We will be forever grateful for that time together.
I hope you find your brother from another mother, Rosko P. Davis, to play with.
Even though the sadness we feel is great, it in no way compares to the joy we have experienced having had our little buddy in our lives. You were the sweetest and best boy! We are so happy we have had the honor of your companionship in our lives these past two years. Mama Daddy love our Sammy Whammy!
Cindy DavisTampa, FloridaNovember 11, 2019
4/11/2005 - 11/4/2019Sweet Roxi girl forever in our hearts always connected in spirit. Thank you for an amazing 14 plus years. You are the sweetest most loving soul. Blessed to have you in our family ❤️Sara GreenSt.Petersburg, FloridaNovember 6, 2019
4/14/2008 - 11/1/2019We will always Love and remember you.Johnny YowellLand O Lakes FL, FloridaNovember 2, 2019
7/1/1999 - 10/4/2019My parent's moved to Florida back in the late 90's and my Mom adopted Cricket from an elderly couple. She was very spoiled, never really a "sweet" cat that you could hold and carry around - very self sufficient! During the last two years of Cricket's life we could tell she was slowing down, we always brought her to the Vet - they said she was fine, just getting old. The last month of her life my Mom knew something had dramatically changed but could not bring herself to put Cricket down. I had mentioned Lap of Love because I had heard only great things about them and I thought it would be a more humane way of saying goodbye in our home, rather than leaving her at the Vet's office. Right up until Dr. Loren knocked on the door my Mom was having second thoughts and she even wanted me to cancel. But Dr. Loren came in and went right over to Cricket and started to pet her and feel her and told us things that just by feeling Cricket's anatomy she could tell that her small intestines were thickened which explained why she was eating alot but throwing everything up - she was basically starving to death because no nutrients could get into her body. Dr. Loren spent over an hour and a half with us and she put my Mom at ease. My Mom finally knew she was doing the right thing. Dr. Loren was so knowledgeable and caring and she explained every step of the process. When she gave Cricket the first injection just to relax her I actually saw Cricket stretch out and relax for the first time in years. And when it was all over we knew we had done the right thing for our devoted furry friend. I would recommend Lap of Love and Dr. Loren to everyone and anyone who is thinking of putting their loved pet down. It was worth every cent. Thank you Dr. Loren and Thank You Lap of Love.Christine BaroneEast Lake, FloridaNovember 1, 2019
8/20/2007 - 10/11/2019Bandit was literally my shadow. No matter where I went he was never more than 2 feet away. He laid in the bathroom while I showered and waited for me to go to bed every night before he went. 12 years with Bandit was no where near enough time. I miss him everyday. He had his annoying moments like barking nonstop to come back in the house when he’d only been out for 2 minutes and he can see me coming to open the sliding doors but yet he would bark and bark lol I wish I could hear that now. I know Bandit has a good life. He was loved and cherished down to his last moments. . for him toBobbi NellonsRiverview, FloridaOctober 20, 2019
11/17/2007 - 10/17/2019My Emma Girl: I miss you so much. My days feel empty since your transition. I miss being able to reach down and pet you while working at my desk. I miss cuddling with you while I sleep. I miss taking you out for walks so you can sniff.

Thank you for being part of my life for 11 years. You are truly my soul dog, and I will never forget you.

Please say hi to our friends who have crossed over the Rainbow Bridge before you - and to Grandpa, who I am sure is there, giving you belly rubs.

Never doubt how much you are loved. I will carry you in my heart and soul forever.
Jill CelesteNew Port Richey, FloridaOctober 20, 2019
2/15/2006 - 10/12/2019The last picture we will have as a family of six.. you were our first dog... I still remember the day we adopted you 14 years ago. We went to see you at the shelter and had an instant connection.. but being first time dog owners we wanted to look at another shelter to compare... but once we got to the other shelter we knew it was you.. we rushed back to tell them we wanted you and had it been a minute later we would of lost you to another family! The vet tech Renee knew you were special and told us that very day..and in that moment we created fate. You were meant to be ours and we were meant to be yours! Now, 14 years later and a life together that moment was everything. You were our perfect dog through the years.. we loved you unconditionally.. our first baby.. you taught us how to be parents... how to care for someone other than ourselves.. you kept us together in our young years and are part of the reason we are now married and blessed with our two beautiful children. You were there through the fun years and traveled with us.. you were there on our wedding day by our side.. you were there when we brought both our babies home from the hospital.. you protected them and loved them... they loved you! Countless memories.. trips to SC, beach trips, the keys, you got to see snow and sand and live the boat life! You loved floating in the pool and going for walks... you always would wait by the door for me and greeted me when I came home.. from the first day we brought you home from the shelter you became my number 1 fan in life and I will never forget that! You also taught Blake what a family dog is..and you taught Brohn alll of your good behavior.. Brohn will continue to be a good dog because of you!
But, this last year you could no longer stopped coming to the door.. you started snapping at the kids.. you no longer enjoyed being loved and just weren’t the same Marcus so we had to do what’s best for you and our family. This is so hard but what gets me through it is the fact that you waited until our family was complete to say goodbye.. you had to see us through.. to get to “your” end... no dog will ever compare to you and how amazing you were! Marcus Bailey, markey mark, marcII, booba, and Jibba Jubba! Your head tilt, one ear up and one ear down, up up, you want to go to the beach? The car, howling at the fire truck sirens in Baltimore, Rif ruf, handing us your paw when you sat in the front seat, having a moment, the fireplace and how you got so close, hide and seek, skunk costume, and nanny giving you foot longs and whole pieces of pizza! Just a few of the best memories! We hope we gave you an amazing enough life as you gave us.. you will forever live on in our hearts!
Michelle MillerBradenton, FloridaOctober 13, 2019
Dawson Alacai Rodriguez
This boy was a two time rescue we got him at a year old from Florida Boxer Rescue. He was so badly neglected by two previous owners but you would never know it. He was so cheerful and happy when we met him. We took him home the same day. We bonded immediately. He brought so much joy to my family. I was his person. He picked me. And from that moment on he was always at my side and he got me through so many tough times in my life. He loves me unconditionally. He was my best friend and losing him it’s so heartbreaking. But I think he knows that we never left his side because we loved on him and hugged him all the way to the end, the very end. This morning I woke up to walk him and when I went to his bed he wasn’t there and it hit me that he is truly gone I laid in his bed and cried. I’m so grateful that we were able to keep him home to the end and that he passed in our home with all of us there with him. I hate that he’s gone but I find comfort in knowing that he passed peacefully I could see the peace in his face because he had been suffering. And I find comfort in the fact that he is no longer suffering. I will miss my boy every day that he is not here. Every time I see his bed, every time I see his bowls and every time I see his toys that were always scattered through the house I will miss him . I love you Dawson I know one day we’ll meet again.Marilyn RodriguezTampa, FloridaOctober 8, 2019
1/30/2004 - 10/1/2019Ruffles is one of the finest shelties we ever had. She was a smart, loving and a happy dog. She will be greatly missed. Even though she was already 8 years old when we adopted her we were blessed to have her an additional 7 years and we formed an unbreakable bondJanet GarrisonZephyrhills, FloridaOctober 2, 2019
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