Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Mr. Wiggles
7/12/2008Mr. Wiggles was the sweetest, kindest, most gentle dog in the world. He slept right next to me every night from the night I adopted him to his last. Its hard to think of words that would him the justice of honoring him. He kept me alive when I didn't want to continue anymore. He spent his life doing nothing but loving those who needed love and offering his companionship. He was loyal, and smart, and brave. Now that he's gone, I'm left with an empty space in my life, but I'll always live him.Stephanie GuiffreHoffman Estates, IllinoisAugust 1, 2020
Princess Aurora
7/2/2005 - 7/18/2020Princess Aurora was the sweetest and friendliest cat I could have ever asked for. She was so loved and brought joy to everyone she met. She loved being outdoors and napping in the sunshine. She loved to play with ping pong balls and toy mice. Her cuddles were the absolute warmest and most comforting. I miss her more than words could ever describe and my love for her reached even farther than that.Keziah LoganRomeoville, IllinoisJuly 19, 2020
12/14/2010My sweet angel baby I miss you so very much already. You were my little buddy and the best puppy dog we could have
Ever asked for. Rest In Peace Dalli and we will see each other again some day. Until then have fun chasing bunnies and squirrels.
Love you more than you will ever know.
Zdenka SmithWestmont, IllinoisJuly 19, 2020
1/2/2006 - 6/25/2020We brought Roxy to be apart of our family as a baby. We had the pleasure to be a part of her growth and all the hair she left for us that we are still cleaning up till this day. There was a time she had to wear a cone because of a surgery she had on her nose. Roxy hated that thing so much she would run full speed into the edge of the wall to attempt to break the cone. We've never seen something like this before.
Every winter that came, we would hate the snow, but she would be the first one to attempt to go outside for the first snow day. Roxy was motivational. She convinced us to get up every morning. Her favorite was for us to ride the bike while she ran along side. We always got tired way before she ever did. She was always very energetic. Roxy would always be the first one at the door. She specifically waited for each person to get home to play and took you to exactly where her treats were stored in the cabinet. She would not leave that spot until she received her treat which of course, we always gave in. As a family, we all grew in many aspects. She was very loved her whole life and we will continue to keep her close to our heart. YOU WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED WE LOVE YOU ♥️

Thank you Dr. Christie Comm and Lap of Love for helping us through this tough time.
Darek SArlington Heights, IllinoisJuly 11, 2020
7/2/2020Words do not adequately express how much we miss our Oscar. The void he has left will never go away...
We were blessed to have him for 8 years.
Love you, buddy.
Susan GoldbyLa Grange Park, IllinoisJuly 3, 2020
2/14/2001Bear was my companion and best friend. He was my son’s best buddy! Your heart melted as soon as you met Bear. His face was so loving and kind. I am so thankful for the years we spent together.Elizabeth NagyChicago, IllinoisJuly 3, 2020
5/23/2005 - 7/1/2020Checkers, 15 years old, passed away peacefully at home on Wednesday, July 1, 2020. He was born on May 23, 2005 and joined our family on July 23, 2005. Our family grew up with him. Joey was 6 years old, Bobby 8, and Jamie 10 when Checkers first came into our lives. Joey was afraid of dogs, but he fell in love with Checkers, as we all did.

We are so very sad to let go, but it was his time and we will cherish the many memories of him.
Elk Grove Village, IllinoisJuly 3, 2020
10/31/2005We never thought this day would come.
You've been here to watch the family grow and grow and grow.
You are missed greatly my friend 💔
Hope BardeauChicago, IllinoisJune 25, 2020
7/8/2020 - 6/20/2020My sweet Lucy was a wonderful, loving, and affectionate chonk of a cat. She loved her treats and I always knew when she was happy when she would lay on her back with her feet in the air purring. Lucy was the definition of calm. She was never a runner, and liked playing with ribbons and feather sticks on her back. She was the master at catching flies, just like Mr. Miagi (from karate kid). She would wait for them to come to her and she would catch them between her paws. Being athletic was not her forte, no matter how hard I tried to get her to run or chase toys. She would walk slowly to them, pick them up, and drown them in her water bowl. She flaunted her curves like the queen she was, and looked especially regal while dipping her paws into her water bowl and letting the water drip into her mouth, as this was the only way a true cat queen could drink water.

Lucy was so caring and loving, and cleaned her brother Linus every single day. He will never be as clean again without her. Linus will miss her, and meows a little differently now. She knew when I was having a bad day and always came and sat with me.

On Lucy's final day with me, she clearly had a conversation with Linus as I found them sitting face to face staring into each other's eyes. Lucy laid in her favorite spot on the windowsill and watched the birds as she drifted away peacefully. She is now with my mom who will love her just as much as I did. She will take care of Lucy until we meet again.

I am so thankful for Dr. Christie for helping me through this process.
Mary cargerChicago, IllinoisJune 23, 2020
3/17/2000 - 6/21/2020Dear Ruby,

You were a phenomenal cat who lived to be 20 years old. Born on St. Patrick's Day & died on Summer Solstice 2020 which was also a New Moon. I know the energy from the Universe took to an amazing place. You won't be forgotten; many loved you. May you rest in Peace with all those I've loved who have gone before.
Stacey hchicago, IllinoisJune 22, 2020