Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
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10/1/2004 - 10/9/2019Sweet, scrappy Molly. You were the best dog ever! We will all miss you terribly.Kathleen GoldsteinCharlotte, North CarolinaOctober 13, 2019
6/9/2007 - 10/10/2019My sweet Loki, I wish I could have done more and that you would have lived forever. I'm so grateful we got 11 long years together though. You were the most wonderful cat, a true mama's boy and I will never forget you. I hope you are at peace and no longer in pain. Thank you for choosing me to be your human and being there for me in my times of need. I will never forget you. Rest well <3Michelle LoSardoBelmont, North CarolinaOctober 11, 2019
9/9/2007 - 9/25/2019I will miss you Redra. You came into my life at a time when I was struggling to get over the loss of my Bella girl. I couldn't have asked for a more faithful companion. You are already missed. I will miss our daily walks that you so much enjoyed. I'm so blessed that I was able to rescue you and give the last 7 1/2 years of your life the best life a dog could possible have. Thank you for being my faithful companion.Cheryl ClayCharlotte, North CarolinaSeptember 26, 2019
3/6/2009 - 9/21/2019My sweet boy Luke. You were the best little boy I could ever ask for. We miss you tons. You will forever be in my heart. I love you bud!!!Jeannemarie RippCharlotte, North CarolinaSeptember 25, 2019
5/1/2002 - 9/21/2019Betsy was a tender-hearted girl who touched the lives of so many. She was kind, loyal, and extremely independent. With fur as white as snow and black as coal, her deep green eyes looked at you with so much love! Betsy was a majestic beauty, inside and out!Jill TrexlerConcord, North CarolinaSeptember 23, 2019
Zeus Looney
5/1/2011 - 9/17/2019To my sweet Zeus. There will never be another one like you and you will forever be missed. I will forever miss your sweet soul, all the slobber and your sweet “scaredy cat” personality. I also can’t believe I’m about to say this but I miss you getting scared of your own farts. This house does not feel the same without the sound of your paws on the hardwood floors or you getting up when someone is in the kitchen with food. You were there for us when we were in college, bought our first home, got engaged and got married. I will miss my best friend and my heart aches for you everyday. I’m not sure how I’m supposed to get used to this new normal but I know it was your time to go to doggy heaven. I wish I could’ve had more time with you but I know the cancer was spreading and taking away your quality of life. I hope that t-bone steak and bacon made the transition a little easier. I will love you forever and I will always miss you. I will never forget you. I hope you are getting all the bacon and cheeseburgers up in doggy heaven. Love you always Zeus.Morgan LooneyCharlotte, North CarolinaSeptember 19, 2019
Princess "Lola" Baines
1/5/2005 - 9/5/2019Yesterday one of the saddest days had arrived in our home. Exactly 4 months shy of her 15th birthday we lovingly helped our sweet girl "Lola" cross the Rainbow Bridge to rest peacefully with her fur brothers. Lola had blessed us with so much joy over the many, many wonderful years and saying goodbye was heartbreaking but making the decision to give her the gift of peace she deserved was treacherous and heart wrenching. Thank you Lola (aka my little blockhead - her 8 week old puppy nickname) for bringing pure joy to our lives. We take comfort in knowing that you left this earth surrounded by the love we always tried to show you. You will be missed dearly and your memory will live on with all of us until we meet you again at the Rainbow Bridge. Rest in peace our sweet, sweet baby girl.Greg SarverCharlotte, North CarolinaSeptember 6, 2019
12/1/2008 - 8/29/2019My beautiful gentle giant, Jeb, made a pleasant transition last week. He was technically a "rescue" but without a doubt, he rescued me. We so enjoyed long hikes in the mountains and just sitting under the stars listening, feeling the wind and frequently glancing at each other. He was my best friend. My constant companion. My heart.

He was such a gift that could never fully repay.

There is no love like that from a dog.

Go on ahead my sweet boy and find us a great hiking trail. I catch up for you later, my baby.
LInda HillGastonia, North CarolinaSeptember 1, 2019
10/8/2005 - 8/21/2019Thirteen years ago this little guy captured our hearts. He came into our home in October 2005 to join his cousin Jake. Jake was laid to rest in January 2012. And today at 11:42:01 am, Benji Babaa, here in his home, took his last breath after a long fight with Cancer and Cushing's disease.

Last week he went with us on a trip to Tennessee for his big brother Alek Babaa’s wedding to lovely new wife Megan. We had a great time on our last trip with him exploring new territories. Yesterday Benji and I went for our last car ride together. I took him to a job site for him to visit with one of our crew Sam Nail...

Last night his big brother Aaron and wife Ashley came over for a visit and Benji helped me eat an Awesome Allen Brothers Ribeye from Burton’s Grill. His sleep last night was good and this morning we had Bacon, his favorite.

While the last few weeks were good weeks, while Benji never lost his desire for play, his body was preventing him from engaging much and the last few days he started to pull away to keep me from hurting with him. I knew it was time and as hard as it was, we were hurting in seeing him suffer. He was a fighter though... even this morning he tried so hard to appear in full stride, he just couldn’t and after the bacon, he had to rest as the pain started to set in again following the adrenaline rush.

His little brothers Samson and Mumford were here with him til the end. They are very sad. Mumford actually cried tears...
Janet was strong up until the moment for me, where-as I have been hurting so much over the last couple of days in preparation. Now Janet and I have traded places and while I am strong and she is struggling with the loss... We know from experiencing the loss of Jake that healing will take place as we remember the great life we shared with both Jake and Benji...

I’d like to thank my partner Avery Ekren for assisting me in preparing Benji’s resting place here at our home just a few feet from Jake.

We’d also like to thank Bark 5th Avenue for keeping Benji so well groomed over the years, Atrium Animal Hospital for years of exemplary care and love for Benji. As well as Lap of Love Veterinary Hospice, Inc. for helping with his Hospice care the last few weeks.

REST IN PEACE, my dear best friend of coming up on 13 years...
Basil BabaaCharlotte, North CarolinaAugust 29, 2019
5/3/2001 - 8/24/2019Jake blessed us with his love for 18 years. He spent his early years with us in the country and his older dog brother Joey. Jake learned his courtesy to others, love of the countryside and faithfulness to us from Joey and when Joey passed, also at age 18, Jake passed his knowledge on to his younger brother Tucker. Jake was the closest best friend and comforter to me. He was ever at my side, loved car rides and our many trips in the RV. He “watched” TV with us. Was protective of any “bad guy” running or yelling at another. He particularly enjoyed seeing any other animal on the screen, land, sea or in the air. Many people were skeptical of his talent for watching TV, until they viewed one of the several videos showing his angry reaction to villains or his excited reactions to other animals. He was a very good boy his entire life until Arthritis finally ravaged his little body and medication would no longer ease his pain or soothe his brain. I could not have handled his passing without the compassionate advice and assistance from Dr. Jennifer Walters from “Lap of Love”.Janie JonesCharlotte, North CarolinaAugust 25, 2019
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