Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Myty Hulse
3/20/2005 - 1/23/2018Ty Hulse
2005-January 23, 2018
It was heartache that we share with you that our Ty (MyTy) Boy has crossed the rainbow bridge. Ty was born to bad circumstances but was rescued by Mid-America Rottweiler Rescue(MARR) and fostered by Terri Plummer.
He was adopted by Rob and Tara Hulse in 2005. Ty was a Grand Rottweiler. He was a leader to his dog rothers and sisters. Ty loved with all of his heart his family.
Ty was a ladies man and was always busy keeping track of his family. He adored all children and was an ambassador to the Rottweiler breed as a true example of how loyal, intelligent and gentle the Rottweiler can be.
He was a patient big brother and helped carry out training with his younger adopted siblings.
Ty loved stealing dryer sheets from the laundry, bringing in groceries and was an expert at opening packages and presents from his Grandma. Long car rides were never declined and daily walks were insisted upon. There was a never lap Ty was not willing to occupy.
He was a helper and it was important that he be included in all projects. Painting was a favorite project requiring his assistance..
Ty is survived by his adopted Sisters- Bristol and Charlotte and his adopted Brother Ruger.

We kindly ask that you consider adoption for your next family member and remember to spay and neuter.

We would be honored if you made a memorial contribution in Ty Hulse’s name to Mid-America Rottweiler Rescue. Add Ty’s name to the special instructions.
https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=xcfiy3-dCMU_r_fYPNhbiGfWGOd9cM5bOj-l2u1AoZdvhVhIxBKhLYPO9Hqa7bv1MWzpYm&country.x=US&locale.x=US
No dollar amount is too small when we save the world, one dog at a time.

He was our good boy and will be fur-ever missed
Tara HulseEfland, North CarolinaJanuary 28, 2018
Bears
10/30/2001 - 1/25/2018Bears, I have no words for the company you have given me over the years, we took you in after someone left you on a door step. It has been a pleasure to have had you for all these years. I could not see you suffer from time and age. I will always remember such a sweet cat you were.. Love you always Mitch & Candymitch HelmsFranklinton, North CarolinaJanuary 25, 2018
Daisy!
A couple weeks ago our family said goodbye to our sweet Daisy girl. She enjoyed over 14 years of life, and I am so thankful for the memories of all of our adventures together and thankful that she no longer feels any pain or discomfort. I am thankful that God entrusted us with caring for her and loving her all these years, and He is so kind to allow us to experience the love that can be between a dog and her people. Daisy spent most of her life as a country dog. She enjoyed running around outside, chasing squirrels and deer, and taking trips around town (that we didn’t know about until she showed back up at the house wet from a dip in the river). She became a city girl several years ago, and spent her golden years getting lots of belly rubs and treats and car rides from her family. A year ago this month, we noticed the tumor on her right side, and based on what the doctor said, we didn’t expect to have the gift of this whole last year with her. She was a determined fighter and didn’t let it keep her down, even as the arthritis came too. I know Daisy is a dog and not a person (even though sometimes we really thought there was a person in there), but she was a part of our family and so loved. Thankful for my Daisy baby, and I’ll always remember her as the car ride loving, country turned city girl with the softest ears, and with a family that loved her so so much.Amber GranthamRaleigh, North CarolinaJanuary 9, 2018
Big Red
8/1/2017 - 11/23/2017I miss you so Baby Girl....you were the reason I could face each day. Thank you for loving me!
You were my favorite hello and one of my hardest goodbyes. I know you have your Dad Raymond by your side and all is well.
Mom Debbie
Debbie CombsDurham, North CarolinaNovember 25, 2017
Bambam Dimino
2/25/2004 - 11/11/2017Today, we had to say goodbye to our sweet baby boy BamBam. We knew it was time to say goodbye but wanted to hold on for just a few more days. He fell asleep in mommy's arms and i held him tight for as long as i could, whispering sweet things in his ear, as mommies often do with their babies. He was my baby and i will forever miss him but will cherish the 13.5 years he was on this earth. He was spoiled. Loved sunbathing, turkey bacon, mozzarella cheese and sitting on my lap. When he crossed, i spotted a rainbow in the sky and i know that was his little sign telling me that he was ok. You will be missed, my sweet boy.Andreia DiminoCary, North CarolinaNovember 15, 2017
Levi
11/3/2017Levi, Your sweet, fun-loving, rambunctiousness and of course your 'voice' will be missed so very much. You have left paw prints on our hearts that will be there forever. Thank you for sharing your life with us. Thank you for teaching us so much over the past eleven years. Our lives haven't been the same since you entered and will never be the same because of the lessons we have learned from you and the love you have given us. You have been the perfect pet for our family and we are forever grateful that Papa found you and that we had the pleasure and privilege of being your forever family. We love you sweet boy. We hope there's lots of squirrels and birds in heaven to chase and lots of watermelon and peanut butter to eat! Until we meet again..... Love, Mom, Dad, Marissa, Noah, Pepper & KaboJill DunnCary, North CarolinaNovember 5, 2017
Oliver Adams
10/31/2017Oliver 🌈 my pirate

2013 - October 31, 2017

Five Apartments
Three States
One Eye
Infinite Love
Jennifer AdamsCarrboro, North CarolinaNovember 1, 2017
Tommy Murphy
4/4/1993 - 10/17/2017Our sweet Tommy went to heaven on Tuesday, October 17 to be with his best friend Caper, his spouse June, his daughter Tiny Baby and Grandmother & Grandfather. He went peacefully with the loving help of Dr. Betsy King right here in our home. As difficult as this decision was for us, we know that it was his time. We enjoyed every day of the 24 years he gave us. At the moment of his passing, James read this meditation: “By this act of love and compassion, may Tommy enjoy positive conditions, high rebirth, happiness and peace. May he meet the perfect teacher, and attain perfect enlightenment for the benefit of all living beings.” Loreena Mckinnitt was singing sweetly in the background, my Grandma Dunn’s Extreme Unction set was used for anointing him and candles were lit.

"Good night sweet prince"
Maggie MurphyRaleigh, North CarolinaOctober 19, 2017
Wednesday
1/6/2003 - 9/30/2017Wednesday, you had my heart from the moment I saw you. Thank you for being my best friend, and showing me what complete, unconditional love is. The past 14 years spent with you have been the best years of my life. I miss giving you belly-rubs and smooches. I still reach out to pet you when I wake up, and still hear the sound of your nails on the floor. I always hated leaving you to go to work, and I still find that I can't wait to get back home; you may not be here physically, but you are still in the house. I know you are no longer in pain, and for that, I am grateful. The pain of losing you is unimaginable, but the joy you brought me will always be unforgettable. Thank you for everything, Moo-Moo.Heather WaughRaleigh, North CarolinaOctober 15, 2017
Kasey
5/14/2005 - 9/9/2017THE LAST BATTLE

If it should be that I grow frail and weak
And pain should keep me from my sleep,
Then will you do what must be done,
For this -- the last battle -- can't be won.

You will be sad I understand,
But don't let grief then stay your hand,
For on this day, more than the rest,
Your love and friendship must stand the test.

We have had so many happy years,
You wouldn't want me to suffer so.
When the time comes, please, let me go.
Take me to where to my needs they'll tend.

Only, stay with me till the end
And hold me firm and speak to me
Until my eyes no longer see.

I know in time you will agree
It is a kindness you do to me.
Although my tail its last has waved,
From pain and suffering I have been saved.

Don't grieve that it must be you
Who has to decide this thing to do;
We've been so close -- we two -- these years,
Don't let your heart hold any tears.

~Unknown
Alexandra HaschRaleigh, North CarolinaSeptember 15, 2017