Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
7/7/2009 - 3/31/2019In loving memory of my dear Buster! My true companion.
Buster was a loving, energetic, charismatic true fellow! He always had a big smile on his face greeting people at the door, waiting for a treat, and most amazingly his amazing love for family and friends.
He will be missed forever!
Thank-you for the wonderful years you shared with us.
We only know you had a wonderful life and hope you enjoy the Rainbow with your furry friends in Heaven!
We will always think of you and will remember you in our hearts for each Rainbow and each sunset we see.
Carmen LopezRevere, MassachusettsApril 2, 2019
2/4/2002 - 3/25/2019Mikko, aka Mr. Chubs, was a sweet and special boy. We adopted him and his sister as kittens, and Mikko decided early on that I was his special person. He would sleep on my pillow right above my head and if I didn't remember to leave him space, would sleep right on my head, happily purring as his paws draped over my face. First thing every morning, my hand would reach up to check to feel him for morning skritches. He loved to head butt and over the years when we had dogs, would display his love for them by flopping in front of them, begging them to play. Just like being a good and special boy his entire life, when he began feeling unwell, he immediately let me know. We were lucky enough to speak with Dr. Sally who assessed him and we discussed options in a kind and non-judgmental way.

I am grateful that I was able to cuddle him my little guy and comfort him as he quietly and peacefully slipped from this world to the next.
Dana ZazinskiARLINGTON, MassachusettsMarch 26, 2019
7/7/2007 - 3/20/2019Dusty was a rescue dog that I adopted at age 4. He followed me around the house all day. He would wait for me to get home from work in the evenings and greet me with his wagging tail. Even when a member of the family was sick he tried to comfort us by snuggling his little body next to us. He was sick but always wanted to go for a walk and see his friends. I miss Dusty so very much. He was a great guard dog and barked when anyone can to the front porch. I taught him tricks and he taught me to open my heart.Linda PerryRoslindale, MassachusettsMarch 22, 2019
10/1/2001 - 2/20/2019Good night sweet Princess. And flights of angels sing thee to thy rest...Joanne ChristopherWestborough, MassachusettsMarch 12, 2019
7/5/2006 - 2/25/2019Wilson was such a handsome, smart boy. When he would do his tricks, people would laugh, and say, "Are you sure that he's not a dog?" He was able to roll over, when we'd say rolly polly. He also would play dead, give you his paw, and sit up pretty...all for treats, of course. He loved his treats, and never had enough!! When he was ready to go to bed, at night, he would come to you, and blink his eyes, as though he was really tired. He had this cute little thing that he would do with his lip, and we called it his Elvis lip. Wilson was adopted, when he was just a kitten. He had been found scrounging around in a dumpster. Once he was adopted, his Mom gave him a wonderful life. He stole everyone's heart, and he will live in our hearts forever. RIP my little buddy.Ann MarcoliniAttleboro, MassachusettsMarch 3, 2019
Janis Joplin
4/23/2002 - 2/20/2019From the first day I saw you on that piece of wood in that barn in Medina to this last day when I told you I would always love you, you have been the most perfect kitten in the entire universe.

But today, on National Love Your Pet Day, I had to show you I loved you most. I had to put you ahead of myself and make sure I did right by you. I did not take you somewhere that scared you, and let you go in a place you were comfortable and loved. Nick and I cuddled you lots. You were the best bravest girl who deserved anything I could do to make you feel better. I love you and will miss you forever.
Margo RomanowskiBrighton, MassachusettsFebruary 22, 2019
2/13/2007 - 2/3/2019Our Dear Snoopy,

Thank you for completing our family! We knew you were the one when we first met you at Boston Animal Shelter, and since the day we adopted you, you filled our hearts with so much love and joy; and our house with so much laughter and poops. You were there throughout all of our milestones, birthdays, and anniversaries. Thank you for always greeting us at the door with a wagging tail and awoo-ing, thank you for your warmth and cuddles, and thank you for teaching us how to love unconditionally. Not only were you loved by us, but also by our friends and family! We hope that you enjoyed your life as a member of our family and felt our love for you until your very last breath. See you in heaven Snoopy-one! God brought you in our lives to be our angel.

Mommy Glen, Daddy Jay, Ate Rikka, Ate Mika, and Therese
Mary Rikka GuillenLowell, MassachusettsFebruary 17, 2019
7/2/2003 - 2/11/2019Bailey our sweet boy. You were the best boy a family could ever have. You were a gentle soul and loved us unconditionally. Thank you for being with us for 15 wonderful years but it wasn’t long enough. We’ll all miss you-the days sunning in the yard, swimming at the cottage and walking with your sister Belle.
Thank you Dr. Sally for coming to our home yesterday. You helped us all to say goodbye to our beloved Bailey and give him the peaceful rest he truly deserved. He was such a huge part of our family and we loved him so very very much. Run free Bailey our angel.
Your human family Mommy, Daddy, Laura and Kaitlyn and your sister Belle ❤️
Cheryl MartinoWatertown, MassachusettsFebruary 12, 2019
11/27/2005Bobo was an unconventional dog..very unlike a dog some might say. He didn’t every wag his tale, he never licked my face, he did not every play fetch, he frankly couldn’t care less. He was a lion in spirit and a little fluffy stuffy in face, he had a formidable bark to keep his fans at bay. At home he ruled with all four paws and protected us all with his toothless jaws. Yesterday my brave little boy said it was time...
Goodbye my love. You will forever be at my side.
Debarati Bhattacharya BhattacharyaCambridge, MA, MassachusettsJanuary 24, 2019
12/28/20188 years wasn't enough with my little Chansky but all the attention and love we got from each other will last a life time. You don't have to be in pain anymore, I hope most of your days are filled with things set up for you to knock them off the counter.Cat MarsdenBoston, MassachusettsJanuary 20, 2019