Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
4/10/2003 - 10/20/2018You made our family whole. You made us happy every day. Thank you for being our cat.Patricia KennedyFranklin, MassachusettsNovember 6, 2018
11/30/2004 - 10/18/2018"Rest in the sweetest peace my Daisy love." - Ashley
"Heaven gained the sweetest angel. I love you so much and can't thank you enough for all the cuddles and love over the years. I'll miss you my Daisy baby." - Megan
"I'm happy my baby girl got her wings, love you always Daisy." - Emma
"So bless to have grown up with this girl. I will miss you forever and love you always my Daisy baby." - Katelin
"Had to say the hardest goodbye to my best friend today. Thank you for growing up with me and making me smile every day for almost 14 years. Just a reminder to appreciate who have in your life, love you always Daisy." - Kristin
"I love you Daisy and will miss you always. Enjoy your wings and meet me at the Rainbow Bridge." - Mom (Moo)
"Daisy, thank you for the love that you shared with all of us. Such a great friend. Rest in peace my beautiful girl." - Dad
Donna LuceNewton, MassachusettsOctober 22, 2018
Mary Katherine Gallagher
10/5/2007 - 8/26/2018Aka. Gallie
The day that would forever change our world, August 13th my husband was greeting Gallie in the morning, and he felt something that just wasn't right. I could tell by the tone of his voice this was serious, and I went upstairs to see what was wrong. Our local vet told us the news, our beloved Gallie was terminally ill with breast cancer We prayed and prayed, I begged for a miracle, to save our sweet loving, innocent and gentle Gallie girl. We knew what we had to do, we did not want our sweet girl to suffer. Our hearts are broken, and we were especially heart broken for Sallie O'Malley. Sallie has always been the alpha, but is extremely sensitive, and tries to hide it. In Gallie's last days, we did everything possible to make her comfortable, giving the girls Tuna meals, and bringing Gallie plastic for her to lick, that was one of her favorite past times. We will always remember Gallie licking all the bows under the Christmas tree, and Sallie looking over at Gallie with a "Oh please" look. Gallie taught us the true meaning of all that is important in this world, we will be forever grateful that we were a part of her short life, and we will do everything possible to love our Sallie O'Malley as we grieve together and celebrate her beautiful spirit, our heavenly cat angel.
Darla KilroySALEM, MassachusettsSeptember 4, 2018
4/2/1997 - 8/17/2018Mercedes you will be missed by many people. You lived to be 21 and had a good life. You were smart and funny and had the best personality. You were our best friend, companion and stress reliever. You were always there to curl up when we were upset, or to do something silly to cheer us up. You will forever be in our hearts.Pam and Jayne MckinleyRandolph, MassachusettsAugust 20, 2018
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
5/4/2002 - 4/25/2018It has been just over 2 months since our sweet Juliette crossed the rainbow bridge. 16 years young...She was a loyal companion, my shadow...our best friend and first baby girl! She was the sweetest, most caring cat! She was always watching out for her pal Romeo and our children! Our hearts are broken, but we know that she is here in spirit with us!! Thanks for all of the wonderful memories that we treasure daily! We miss your snuggles, sweet meows, purrs and stinky breath so much! It was an absolute pleasure being your Mommy! Jules, Juju, Jugi...may you rest in the sweetest peace until we meet again ❤️🌈❤️Tara TestaAbington, MassachusettsJuly 1, 2018
12/5/2004 - 6/18/2018We will always remember your sweet face Murph. We love you. Evan, Nate, Mom and DadJennifer MahoneyWoburn, MassachusettsJune 19, 2018
1/1/2003 - 6/7/2018In memory of my sweet, gentle giant, Chubs. I'm going to miss you being my shadow and always being where ever I was. I would say, "Chubs, you're up my butt again!". I'm going to miss your sweet smile, because you had the best smile. I'll miss the way you use to walk around with my shoes in your mouth and then hide them on me. They were usually my Coach ones, you had good taste. I'm going to miss seeing you chase squirrels around the yard, miss seeing you playing with your toys and coming home to stuffed animal stuffing everywhere, it would look like a crime scene. You loved your treats and always knew when I was going to make Jimmy's lunch, you'd be right by the fridge because you knew I would sneak you a piece of ham. I'm going to miss singing your song I made up for you because I always thought you were part bear. Frankie and I would joke and say at 15 you weren't old, you were ancient in dog years and that you would live forever. But it caught up to us and became too much for you. It was time for you to have sweet peace even though I wanted to keep you forever. We are all so lonely without you, the house is too quiet. Your kitty buddy Lucy is missing you as well. Run and chase those squirrels my bear, no more pain for you.Tracy KellyLowell, MassachusettsJune 11, 2018
6/16/2007 - 4/20/2018It has taken me three weeks to be able to put my thoughts down without crying about our beloved dog Daisy, who had to be euthanized two weeks after being diagnosed with a terminal illness, it happened so fast. Daisy was our family, she went every where with us, work, vacations she was always by our side. She was the most gentle, sweet, loving dog who was PURE JOY!! We swear she was part human! We miss her terribly and still are in shock that she is no longer with us. I want to thank Dr. Sally Lynch the hospice vet who came to our house, SHE was our and Daisy's Angel on April 20th 2018. We thought we had one more day with Daisy, but things took a turn for the worse and we had to call Dr. Sally in an emergency to come a night earlier. We were a mess, Dr. Sally was the most caring, kind, compassionate, loving person we have ever met. She talked us through everything in such a loving manner. Daisy had the most peaceful transition that our family will always be so thankful for. Dr. Sally treated Daisy with such dignity. We will always consider our loving Daisy as our guardian Angel, till we see her again! Dr. Sally you will forever have a place in our hearts! God Bless. Karen & John AndersonKaren AndersonMarshfield, MassachusettsMay 15, 2018
10/31/2001 - 5/6/2018We love you! We are doing all this because we love YOU! You are our dearest lil kitty.Karen NewmanMalden, MassachusettsMay 7, 2018