Pet Memorials
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Riley
12/2/2007 - 8/8/2020Riley left this life surrounded by the people who loved him, after sweet 12 years. His favorite pastimes were “snuggles” (especially with his dad), playing hide and seek or keep away with Miles (his fur brother), and sunbathing. He was happiest at home - never walking away from the house and always running back. We were grateful to have more time with him over the past several months - he kept mom company everyday she worked from home. He will be deeply missed and will always be in our hearts.Elisa ZygmuntSpringfield, PennsylvaniaAugust 11, 2020
Riley
12/2/2007 - 8/8/2020Riley left this life surrounded by the people who loved him, after sweet 12 years. His favorite pastimes were “snuggles” (especially with his dad), playing hide and seek or keep away with Miles (his fur brother), and sunbathing. He was happiest at home - never walking away from the house and always running back. We were grateful to have more time with him over the past several months - he kept mom company everyday she worked from home. He will be deeply missed and will always be in our hearts.Elisa ZygmuntSpringfield, PennsylvaniaAugust 11, 2020
Lola
8/8/2020I am the wind blowing through your hair
And the warmth you feel in the air.

When that smile creeps on your face,
Remember that I am in a good place,
And when you’re feeling sad and down,
Recall memories of me running around wiggling my tail.

You don’t need to look low and high,
Just search way deep inside,
And know that we’ll never be apart,
for I have left my paw prints on your heart.

My Sweet Pea: You have giving me so much, how could I ever be the same without you by my side. Thank you for your smiles, kisses, memories, support, and your unconditional love. You stole my heart from the moment I met you, and we have been taking care of each other ever since. I will always, always love you, life will not be the same without you but I know you waited to make sure I was ok for you to finally rest. Rest In Peace My Sweet Pea, I know you, Nefertiti and Sophie will be watching over me, and we will be reunited one day. LOVE YOU MY SWEET PEA!!!!!!

And tomorrow the sun will shine again,
And on the path that I will follow,
It shall again unite us, happy ones,
Upon this sun-breathing earth…
And to the wide shore, with its blue waves,
We will quietly and slowly descend,
Speechless, we shall look into the other’s eyes,
And upon us will descend the muted silence of happiness …
Jose MelendezPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaAugust 10, 2020
Emily
1/1/2006 - 8/6/2020Our Emily passed away. She died peacefully in her bed, with surrounded by her loving family, along with her companion dog, Elsa and her cats nearby. She was an exemplary pup. Aways a good dog. Always kind and gentle with the family cats. She was 14 and a half, and her kidney failure and arthritis were too much for her to bear any longer. Dr. Brad from Lap of Love Animal Hospice came to the house and put her peacefully and gently to sleep. She had a good, long life with lots of fun, tasty snacks, week-long trips to the beach, walks in the snow, visits with her Mammie and Pop Pop, and the companionship of her big sister-dog Sara and her little sister-dog Elsa, her cats, Frederick, Becky, Oliver, and Arthur, and her cousin-dog Remy. She's with her sister-dog, Sara and her Mammie now, but I'm certain we'll meet again. We loved her so and we'll miss her. Until we meet again...Diane Senft-McCluskeySwarthmore, PennsylvaniaAugust 7, 2020
Noel
10/7/2000 - 8/2/2020Noel was a truly special cat. She was an integral part of our family and a staple fixture in our home for 20 years. She was the most kind, sweet and loving girl. She was happy just being surrounded by the people she loved, sitting in a sunny window sill. She made our hearts so full and everyday with her was a gift and an honor.Joan McWilliamsDrexel Hill, PennsylvaniaAugust 3, 2020
Giacomo
3/15/2002 - 7/22/2020“Giacomo, Giacomo King of Jesters”stephen MerrillPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaJuly 25, 2020
Isaac
6/7/2010 - 7/22/2020“How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard….” Isaac, thank you for being by my side for 10 years. You were and will always be the apple of my eye, my sweet boy.AnnaMaria Levich-MoralesPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaJuly 24, 2020
Pixel
1/1/2002 - 7/18/2020Letting go of this boy was one of the hardest things I've ever done. I have had pets my entire life, but my bond with Pixel was something so special. He was more than my pet, more even than my "fur child," he was my animal soulmate. I would have moved heaven and earth for him. I would have leapt in front of a car to protect him. But there's one thing you can't protect them from, and that's time.

Pixel, I miss you so much. My life is much poorer without you, but it was so much richer WITH you that it makes it all worth it. You have no more pain. I hope you are now somewhere playing with Mortimer, your best friend (besides me).

There will never be another like you, so smart, beautiful, funny, goofy, LOUD, and above all deeply loving. You were 100 lbs of personality in a 10 lb body. You are irreplaceable.

Rest well, my baby. Mama loves you so much.
Gillian NeffPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaJuly 20, 2020
Kingsley Zissou
5/1/2010 - 7/16/2020Kingsley, we miss you so much but we're glad your pain is over. Oral cancer stole you from us much too soon. You were with us through so many important milestones in our lives and things just don't feel the same without you. Thank you for choosing us to be your family and we were so lucky to have you. Anyone who may have questioned why we held onto a cat with FLUTD who cost us thousands of dollars in vet bills, medications and destroyed furniture and clothing had no questions about it after they met you. You delighted and touched the hearts of everyone you met. It was our honor and privilege to care for you and love you.Jodi BattershellPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaJuly 18, 2020
Lyla
5/11/2011 - 7/2/2020Yesterday we said goodbye to our Lyla girl, it still feels surreal. The house is empty without her but I’m so thankful we got that extra week with her to prepare ourselves and spoil her with all the things she loved. I know everyone feels this way about their dog, but Lyla was the best dog for our family and there will never be anyone else like her. 💔 I will miss her wiggles, her cuddles, her zoomies, stealing any and all carbs off the kitchen counter, drooling by my son as he snuck her scraps from his highchair and about a million other things she did that made us laugh.

She was the best big sister to her human brother. Given that she didn’t have much experience with kids the first 7 years of her life, we were admittedly nervous when we brought our son home from the hospital. Lyla immediately calmed our nerves by transforming into a gentle, loving giant understanding how important he was to us. The bond they created was so special and I’m thankful she turned him into a dog lover at such a young age. Lyla was the first word he intentionally ever said at 5 months old and up until about a year old, every dog we passed he called “Lyla”. He calls for her every morning from his crib so that will be hard for us but he is learning to understand that she is in doggy heaven now. We will make sure he always knows about his big sister.

She was the biggest non-lap, lap dog and if she were here right now she wouldn’t want me to cry, in fact anytime she saw I was sad, she would race across the room and jump into my lap and proceed to cover my face with kisses until she knew I was happy again, it worked every time. I think I’ll miss that the most.💔

Her last week was filled with love, massages, cuddles, ice cream, walks, visits from family members, car rides and balloons (anyone that knew Lyla knows how much she loved popping balloons).

While yesterday was hard for us, I believe it was the perfect ending to her beautiful life. We took family photos in the morning which included cake for Lyla, then we went for a car ride to a picnic by the water with cheeseburgers that she inhaled in one bite 😂. We came home and told her how much she was loved and what a good girl she was and helped her cross the rainbow bridge at home while eating a frosty paw on her bed getting pets and hugs from my husband and I. It was truly peaceful and comforting knowing she was no longer suffering.

Rest In Peace angel girl, you are so loved and missed, and will forever be in our hearts.
❤️🌈🐶 2011 - 2020 🐶🌈❤️
Meg AmisSpringfield, PennsylvaniaJuly 3, 2020
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