Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
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Alastor “bubba” konetchy
7/9/2009 - 4/23/2018From the moment I met Alastor, I knew he was special. There was an instant connection. He was a truly unique and amazing cat: very smart, strong-willed, independent yet affectionate, a warrior, a hunter, and an avid cuddler. I am truly honored that I was lucky enough to have him for his last 3 years. When I adopted him from the shelter, I was told he was abused and thus petrified of people so wouldn’t let anyone touch him, but he came out of his hiding spot for me and allowed me to pet him. In a manner of speaking, we chose each other. He loved belly rubs and would literally flop over on my lap when he wanted them. It was simply adorable. Having him in my house was such a gift.
Although he’s no longer here in body, he will always be in my heart.
Jaimie KonetchyBridgewater, MassachusettsApril 25, 2018
2/15/2018My little Sophie came in as a stray and was with me for 18 years. She never bonded with any of my other cats but only bonded with me. I was her mom and really the only person who she would allow to pet her. I hope I see her in Heaven, along with my recently passed Sweetie Boy and my beloved Tommy, who passed in 2010.

I have only two pictures where Sophie hung out with my other cats. A rarity. This picture was taken just a few weeks before I lost her and Sweetie Boy. Coco, is the all black cat. She now stands alone. I will do my best to keep her company always when I am home. I have recently purchased a "Joy for All" companion robot kitty. I am hoping this little cat will be able to keep her company.
Jean Ricciutiquincy, MassachusettsMarch 28, 2018
Sweetie Boy
3/26/2018My heart is broken over the loss of my dear Sweeite Boy. Life is changed. I do hope we are reunited in heaven.Jean RicciutiQuincy, MassachusettsMarch 28, 2018
4/16/2003 - 2/25/2018In loving memory or our beloved dog Wallace ("Wally"). The fear of loving a dog is knowing one day they will be gone. We have dreaded this very moment the day we brought you home. From that first day, you lit up our world. Now as we sit here with tears rolling down our faces staring at your water bowl that is still full, your bed that is now empty, and your favorite toy laying in the middle of the hallway, we cannot help but smile thinking of all the incredible memories you have given our family the last 15 years. You have brightened our lives in ways you will never know. You have truly showed us what the meaning of unconditional love is and we thank you for the bottom of our hearts. You never judged, and always loved. You were, are, and always will be part of our family. We will miss you dearly and your legend will live on. Hope you're having fun chasing the birds up there bud. Until we meet again, farewell old grump.Chrissy CarrSouth Boston, MassachusettsMarch 5, 2018
4/18/2013 - 2/2/2018Time is a precious commodity like water. You never truly, appreciate how precious it is, until you don't have any left. You never think you'll run out of cat hair either, until it occurs to you that the production run just ended, just like that.
Shadow, me, momma, and Oreo already miss you terribly. It hasn't been 24 hrs. If we had one wish now it would be for more time with you. You were the light of my world, Baby Girl, and now I am a blind man.
Mark KilczewskiSalem, MassachusettsFebruary 3, 2018
5/1/2002 - 1/11/2018If love could have saved you, you would have lived forever. Thank you for all the happiness
that you have given us. xo
Kim ScroxtonBillerica, MassachusettsJanuary 16, 2018
1/1/2010 - 12/28/2017Lewis was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma in June 2017, at the age of only 7. We elected to amputate his affected leg to give him some more quality time, but there were serious complications. He nearly bled out, then stabilized. We nearly lost him to severe anemia, but after 2 blood transfusions, he stabilized. After that, he developed an antibiotic-resistant staph infection. Lewis spent weeks in and out of the ICU, and kept fighting on. After he finally healed, they said he probably had 3 months. Well, Thanks to TCVM (Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine), he got 7 QUALITY months. We hiked, and swam, and played fetch, and jogged, and cuddled, and stared into each others’ eyes... We siezed every moment of every day., and Lewis was determined to go out on his terms. Just the day before we called Lap of Love, he was playing fetch and hide-and -seek in the snow with his beloved brother and sister! There is a hole in hearts, and always will be. We will love Lewis forever...Holly RendleQuincy, MA, MassachusettsJanuary 9, 2018
5/19/2005 - 12/31/2017Myles you will forever be missed in our family. Your kind smile was a light in our lives. Everyone who met Myles commented on his warm demeanor, and his adorable teddy bear like face. He was always there to help, protect his baby sister, Madeline, and baby brother Zachary and he took his job as their protector seriously. Myles has been a part of our family for so long now that we are all feeling a tremendous loss, but we know that he is running with his friends peacefully and playing with his friends who have passed before him. We love you Myles.Kimberly and Jason BellNewburyport, MassachusettsJanuary 1, 2018
We adopted Oakie from the local shelter. He had no front claws and was initially a house cat. We slowly taught him how to walk a short path near the shrubs at our front door. He spent countless hours talking to the birds and on a few occasions caught a mouse or a mole. He was very proud of that! Our hearts remain heavy but we know that Oakie is no longer suffering. We know that he is at that Rainbow Bridge waiting for us when our days end. Oakie, we shall never forget you, youwere a gift to us.Diane GarrowNorth Attleboro, MassachusettsDecember 9, 2017
11/1/2001 - 11/2/2017Ace was a special cat, he truly had a beautiful and kind soul. Ace was a great friend, loyal companion and true gentleman. Ace was loved by his mom Taylor and Dad Jason- he was always giving loving headbutts, licks on the forehead and especially enjoyed snuggling in bed. Ace was so strong- he survived being hit by car as a young kitten (before he was adopted) and overcame diabetes- requiring insulin injections every 12 hours until he went into remission. Ace even gave cancer a heroic fight until it began to be too much and mummy took him out of his pain. During his healthier times Ace was a frisky guy, loved playing with his fishy, rolling around in his fort and batting around straws. "i carry your heart with me (i carry it in my heart) i am never without it (anywhere i go you go, my dear; and whatever is done by only me is your doing, my darling)" Ace we love you forever.Taylor LaLondQuincy, MassachusettsNovember 8, 2017
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