Pet Memorials
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Skye Lynn Bass
6/3/2004 - 11/20/2017We’ve been trying to write this but we are finding that there aren’t enough words in the world to tell you how much we love you and miss you. You were such a character, so adorable, and such a joy, even when being a “bad girl” (which you seemed to enjoy!) and bossing us around. One of your doctors said it best - you touched everyone and everyone you touched loved you. We miss your skinny little butt trotting through the kitchen and Libby misses your bark fests. Barking isn’t as fun without you. We miss everything about you and wish so badly that you didn’t have to leave us. 13 1/2 years was not enough time with you but even 100 years wouldn’t be enough. We miss you and we love you. We will take good care of Libby and we will see you on the other side of Rainbow Bridge. Please wait and watch for us.Cindy and Fred BassBranchburg, New JerseyNovember 24, 2017
4/10/2007 - 11/21/2017My sweet Bunnie,

You are the best cat that ever lived. We had the most amazing connection and the last ten years has been wonderful. You were by my side at all times, and brought much joy into my life. You were loved more than you could ever know, and always will hold a special place in my heart. I am sad that you are gone, but feel grateful to have had you in my live. I will miss you and will look forward to seeing you again in another dimension and place.

Love, Diane xo
Diane Rodichriegelsville, PennsylvaniaNovember 24, 2017
4/4/2005 - 11/15/2017I miss my buddy.

He was such a pain in the butt. He woke me up every morning; he didn't want me to go anywhere; I had to clean up after him all the time. But he was my buddy.

About four years ago, Beancie started having seizures. The only thing that helped was phenobarbital. The level of medication needed to control the seizures eventually took its toll, leading to the decision to put him to rest.
Ernie AustinBoonton, New JerseyNovember 23, 2017
10/25/2017Star was my best friend and I am trying to push through without her.Black Hawk, ColoradoNovember 23, 2017
11/16/2017My sweet Zena girl was a gift to us for almost 19 years. She brought joy into our lives everyday.Amy DarrowPlano, TexasNovember 22, 2017
08/16/2003 - 11/19/2017Cally, I feel so blessed to have had you for 14 years, although it wasn't enough. It never would have been enough. I cannot imagine my life without you. You were with me every step of the way. You were there when I had no one else and nothing else. We had so much time to bond and that made it all worth it. You are truly the best dog, the best friend I have ever had and my little girl and I can't believe I have to live without you. Without seeing you and touching you and snuggling your furriness. I miss you so much already and I realize how everything truly did revolve around you; I realize that with every step I take in the house and see something of yours or something we did for you. it was all for you and I wouldn't change it for the world..
I love you Bunny. thank you for everything, for every moment and for saving me and teaching me how to love again. I don't know how to go on without you but I truly truly hope you are there waiting for me when it comes my time.
Anna PizzoWest Hempstead, NYNovember 22, 2017
5/3/2005 - 11/19/2017To our sweet Kali girl,
You are missed more than words can say. Why did 12 1/2 years seem to fly by? Our memories are endless with you and the kids. You will forever be weaved in the fabric of our family and I will never ever forget my greeting every time I walked through the door. You made our lives better and filled us with your compassion and gentle spirit. It's not only hard on us but Tiggs is missing you too. Watch over us girl and go run and play with your brother, Shea.
Forever in our hearts. We love you Kali.
Kristi LindseyOrange, CaliforniaNovember 21, 2017
9/24/2001 - 11/18/2017It was windy in RVA Saturday night and Sunday morning. That’s my Maggie running around after she crossed rainbow bridge. She is finally able to run again! Her poor body was so worn out. She went so easily and peacefully at home after enjoying a day of friends visiting capped with eating ice cream with Toby. I got her as a pup the day after Thanksgiving 16 years ago. A co-worker said they had a yellow lab who had puppies. Supposedly the father was a black lab down the street. (Recently I had her DNA done and she did come back as 100% lab). She got car sick on the way home and for the first six months got car sick when we went to our training class. She was the star student! The instructor did search and rescue and said she would be great at it. Any time I sneezed or coughed, she was right there checking on me. She followed me everywhere. She was a bit wild and quite the chewer as a pup. She had surgery as a youngster for eating a feather boa in about 30 seconds flat. About 10 years ago an older neighbor told me that she had seen Maggie running around the cul de sac. I couldn’t believe it was my dog-she was always in the yard. But one morning as I looked out the window I saw her push a board on the 6 foot high privacy fence and out she went! It was like she found her own dog door to outside world. Eleven years ago when her older fur brother passed, she was so lonely. So we went looking for a companion. She turned down the first two pups we met before she picked Toby. Although Maggie was an alpha female all the way, she let Toby have any toy. She even let him take them from her mouth. She was very gentle with him, only putting him in his place when necessary. Maggie loved to swim and when younger would swim so hard and fast at Paws To Swim. In the end, she needed a life vest and just used her front legs to slowly swim around. But she was always up for it. Anytime I opened the back hatch on the car, she would start barking-telling me to hurry up, let’s go. She enjoyed her last swim and had her swim toy with her at the end. She’s probably still carrying it around now! The last few years she had to deal with various issues-vestibular disease, partially torn ACL, arthritis, chronic UTI and some episodes that may have been neurologically related. No matter what, she never gave up. That girl had heart. Everyone who knew her said that she was amazing! She loved her acupuncture treatments that she received regularly over the last 2 ½ years and I’m sure that helped her to live 16 years 1 month and 25 days (but who’s counting). You are the best girl Mags! Your family and friends will miss you!RVA, VirginiaNovember 21, 2017
Melissa Harper
Momma was at the spca when I first met her. I'd gone looking for a kitten, but all the kittens they let me see seemed scared and wanted nothing to with me. Understandably, but it just didn't feel right. I was about to leave and they stopped me saying another, who was found eating from a dumpster, had just come in. They brought her in and she was sooo friendly and just wanted to be on my lap! They took her back for a vet check, as she'd just arrived, then came to tell me she looked like a kitten but her teeth said 9 months old, and was I still interested. Hmmmm, Yes! That was 17 years ago. She was a beautiful solud black Bombay, and such a sweet girl. She will always be missed and never forgotten.Melissa HarperEast Earl, PennsylvaniaNovember 21, 2017
2/28/2006 - 11/16/2017On November 16 we had to do the most difficult task of being a pet parent, say goodbye to our beloved Oslo. With Dr. Jo by our side and in the comfort of our home, we sadly had to give our Oslo our last goodbyes and allow him to pass away peacefully. We take comfort in knowing he is at peace and in no pain Our big Berner Oslo lived a long and joyful life, giving us all the love and special memories we could have ever asked for. We will remember him always as a happy energetic big 'bear', who loved to sit on your lap, all 130 pounds of him! We love you Oslo. Rest (and play) with your buddies K2, Wengen and Meika!Lisa PetersLancaster, PennsylvaniaNovember 20, 2017
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