Pet Memorials
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4/1/2005 - 5/23/2020Maggie,
You were so sweet and so very smart. I will miss you everyday.
Dogs are small rays of light caught on Earth for a short time to brighten our days.
Leticia BuchananPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaMay 25, 2020
5/22/2020Our Jax was a loving family member and friend to all who entered our house. He was 15 and he was the king of his castle. He loved to be with his family at all times. He loved everyone who came to the house, he would greet us when when came home and always was happy to see us. Jax loved to lay on the couch with us and loved to nap on the floor by the sun. He love his purple monkey that he would drag through the house. Jax will be missed by everyone but I know that he will always be in our hearts. Jax was a big beautiful tabby cat with beautiful green eyes. He was diagnosed with congestive heart failure back in September and his kidney were starting to fail also. He was a fighter till the end. Jax passed on Friday, May 22. We love you Jax and will miss you forever, my big buddy❤️Karen RogersNorwood, PennsylvaniaMay 24, 2020
8/24/2005 - 5/5/2020Gunner, you are and always will be the best dog EVER. You will be loved and remembered forever. Thank you for 15 years of love, loyalty, faithfulness, and fun! You really are the stuff legend dogs are made of buddy! I hope you're having endless days of playing Frisbee, fetch, and swimming in the bright sunshine. Meet us at the gates wagging your tail and smiling when it's our time! We love you Gunny!
Love Mom, Dad, Ricky, Steven, Julia, Olivia, Isabel & Luke
Heather SliwinskiWarminster, PennsylvaniaMay 7, 2020
Eddie Richman
2/18/2008 - 4/29/2020My dear people. It seems a little strange to write something about a dog and attribute human characteristics but Eddie was different from most dogs. Eddie was always so happy and friendly. He seemed very kind and was always nice to me. He fit in no matter who was around. I feel I lost a friend.
-Pop-Pop Mike & Grandmom Lois

Eddie, you were the best. You will always be in our hearts and remembered fondly. We miss you.
-Grandmom Bonnie & Pop-Pop Lenny

Dear Eddie,
Although we only knew you for a few years, your passing leaves an emptiness in our hearts. The love and companionship that you brought to your family during your 12 years of life is something that will be remembered forever. We know you are at peace and no longer hurting and in pain. That’s the way it should be. Enjoy your next life! Make lots of doggy friends and hopefully you will receive as much love and happiness as you have brought to others over the years.Rest in peace, Eddie! You will be missed, but never forgotten. We love you!
-Scott, Marshall, Sarah, and Natalie

Eddie treated us like family. He often jumped up on the sofa to sit quietly next to Phil or me and he always had a nice greeting for us. He was so tiny as a puppy he fit in the small cat bed at our house as a little tan fuzzy ball.
-Grandom Merle & Grandpop Phil
Allanah RichmanPlymouth Meeting, PennsylvaniaMay 3, 2020
1/6/2010 - 4/25/2020Our Floydie Toydie was the best little man I could have ever asked for. His dad and I are going to miss him everyday, as the house is so quiet without him. We no longer him him playing with his favorite toys and squeaking the squeaker. Floyd, mommy and daddy love you so much and can still hear you even though you are gone. We know you are no longer in pain and like daddy told you before you got your wings, “ you will be up there flying like Superman with your green cape and seeing Pops and Grummy again”.Amanda IRidley Park, PennsylvaniaApril 27, 2020
Jalapeno (jali)
6/14/2011 - 4/22/2020Jali was part of my life for nearly 8 years, and we had many phases to our relationship over that time. He was first a rescue pet who was firmly attached to the hip of my partner (at the time). Over this time, he spent several years as a patient when we worked hard with the doctors to find the right treatment to control his epilepsy.

My favorite phase of our life together is the one we've enjoyed for the last 4-5 years. We were living on our own and he was healthy and seizure free. We went on long walks together, had dance parties in the living room, played with his toys, and raced up and down the stairs together, as I completed errands around the house and he was never far from my side. I played guitar and piano for him in my music studio. I could tell I was improving in my skills when he started to stay up there with me longer and longer before heading to another floor. ;-) He destroyed his favorite toys through too much play and waited for me to sew them back together. He LOVED food and treats. I developed the skills of a ninja trying to snatch up people food I dropped on the floor before he could get it - especially if it had ingredients he wasn't supposed to eat.

He also had this habit of "picking people" that he liked while we were walking. I used to joke that he was trying to find me a boyfriend, and maybe he was. Even though in general he was pretty leery of strangers, he would occasionally pass someone that he was really excited about and jump around them and want to be petted and he'd look back at me as though to say, "See, Mommy! See?!" It was the oddest thing! It led to some pretty funny conversations.

Jali absolutely loved playing the snow and loved eating it! The snow was the best opportunity to see him prancing around.

He was a city dog who had multiple coats for every occasion and always turned heads. I think his bomber jacket was his favorite.

He stole the hearts of his many daycare friends and dog walkers. The day before his last one, many of them came to the house to say good-bye to him outside (while still preserving social distance). We had a Skype call with his day dog walker. He was truly, truly loved.

I'm still at that stage of loss where I don't fully realize that he's gone, but I miss his innocent and constant love, and I miss all of the things we did together.

I'm thankful that I was able to be home with him for his last month of life, seeing to what he needed, and doing my best to make him comfortable. There are always so many doubts when it comes to letting go of a pet... Is this the right time? Am I doing the right thing for him? I'm sure I made mistakes, but I can confidently say that as I held him in his last moments, he knew that I loved him. And I knew he loved me. And that he was not in pain any more.

I love you sweet boy and will miss you so much.
Kendra PricePhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaApril 23, 2020
4/10/2008 - 4/12/2020Blue went over the rainbow bridge on his own Easter morning, he woke me up one last time to go outside and do his business.
We helped him back inside and he took his last breath in our arms, a good boy all the way to the end.we love and miss you terribly you made us so happy. Mommy and you spent the last 4 weeks together day and night going on daily walks and making crazy foods, spending hours on the floor together, I will miss our fun times I don’t know when I’ll stop crying. I miss having my coffee in the morning with your head on my lap and all your sassy lip because you wanted your breakfast. Working out on my yoga mat will never be the same without you by my side - from mommy
Blue was a great dog and my best friend. I will miss our quality time, when we listened to music together, you loved hanging out with me ,you with one earbud in your ear and me with the other one in mine! His favorite song was Blue by Keith Urban, I hope you heard it playing while you wanted for your ride home. You will be missed. I hope we made you as happy as you made us, I love you - from daddy
Vivian CallahanMorton, PennsylvaniaApril 20, 2020
7/19/2009 - 4/8/2020In loving memory of my precious fur baby Cody, my best buddy.
Cody, you are the love of my life. The sunshine in every day.
You made me smile when I looked at your precious face and looked at your glistening eyes.
I loved the that we started and ended every day with kisses. I now miss those kisses so very much.
You are the child I never had and I treasured you. You taught me to live in the moment, the importance of play, and to love unconditionally. You showed me that life is short and to treasure every moment.
You were a half, I was half, together we made a whole. That whole is now broken and there is a huge hole.
Thank you for letting me be your mom. You are mommy's treasure beyond measure.
Freda FultonPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaApril 11, 2020
Zeus Nick Name Zuzu
2/11/2012 - 4/6/2020To my Beloved Zeus, you will always be my ZuZu baby boy.Sarah KoenigPHILADELPHIA, PennsylvaniaApril 7, 2020
3/7/2007 - 2/1/2020Chestnut, aka “Beester” was such a lovable big teddy bear who gave the best spoons and cuddles! I was so lucky to have him in my life for 12 ½ years. He was a mommy’s boy who was always forcing me to rest because he demanded cuddles. His purrs always came with cuddling, and many times I would find him sleeping with his belly in the air. His purr meows were the best and always made me smile. If I was on the laptop, he would sit on my arms and purr to cuddle with me while working. Chestnut was always here for me. He was very loving and caring, always wanting mommy to feel good. When I was sad, he made me feel loved. I miss so much the way he made me feel. Every vet office he went into he was praised for his handsome looks and laidback personality (yet really it was just because he was scared/anxious!)

Since a baby Chestnut was a so good at playing fetch with his mice! He was very vocal when it was feeding time. He loved playing with his tennis balls and entertain us during dinner. I enjoyed hearing his “in the wild” night calls after I went to bed. I loved his head butts to show me affection. At night he would nose bop me to wake me up. He loved to be brushed and requested it by sitting on the cat tower. He enjoyed tearing into presents on birthdays and Christmas.

Chestnut thank you for being the best friend I needed. I was so lucky to have you in my life. You are missed more than you know. My life is not the same without you. Have fun with Almond over the rainbow bridge. Love you lots, buddy.
Amy YarlettpSpringfield, PA, PennsylvaniaMarch 29, 2020
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