Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
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1/19/2005 - 2/21/2018A beautiful, loyal, kind, loving fur-baby. I was honored with the responsibility of caring for you and in return I received unconditional love. You were an old soul whose eyes told a story. I will love and miss you for the rest of my life.Lucy MontijoSt. Petersburg, FloridaFebruary 22, 2018
Tyson Blum
3/17/2005My message to Tyson is you had a job to do and you did it well! Now that job is done and the rewards of heaven and eternal life are endless! We will see you one day on the other side! We love you with all our heart!Lisa BlumDavie, FloridaFebruary 22, 2018
2/21/2011 - 2/21/2018If Love could have saved you. You would have lived forever.
In loving memory of Bubbles
Daiga KraukleKeady, NYFebruary 22, 2018
2/1/2005 - 2/17/2018Phoebe was my feline best friend. She followed me around the house and even into the shower! She loved for me to hold her while I walked around the house. She always seemed to know when I felt stressed out, even in nursing school. She would always sit on my lap and be a comfort. She loved going for walks outside. I miss her so much.Heidi & Steve BitterBrandon, FloridaFebruary 21, 2018
12/22/2005 - 2/20/2018Tego was a sweet pup, sometimes even behaved like a cat, curling up against you and under your legs. He was our first fur baby and we rescued him soon after we got married. He was an old soul but never flinched when our toddler climbed all over him. Our daughter would often play doctor and do check ups on him. We will always remember his sweet demeanor. He was protective too, always barking when someone rang the bell. I would often shush him but now I feel his absence and wish he was still with us, curled up in his favorite corner. We will miss him dearly but we know he’s in a better place, not feeling any pain. He will always be a part of our you, Tego.Maria ArchillaCoral Springs, FloridaFebruary 21, 2018
2/19/2018Harley was not a pet, he was our family in every sense of the word. He was so friendly to everyone and not a mean streak in him. Harley was loved by many and will be greatly missed. Doug, Kelsey, Tyler, Brittany, Chad, Isabelle and I will remember all the fun times we had with Harley. Harley was diagnosed with cancer approximately 8 months ago, but never really let us see he was hurting, Monday morning we woke up and he couldn't hide it anymore, he knew he was ready, although I wasn't, I knew it was the right time. He needed to go love on family who was waiting on him in heaven. I love you Harley.Debra BoylePalm Beach Co, FloridaFebruary 21, 2018
2/5/2003 - 2/20/2018My Trouble girl,
I miss you so much. For just a second I forget that you are gone and look for you. When I remember you are gone, it breaks my heart. You were always the best girl I could ask for. You loved to play with your toys and loved your tuna fish. Everytime I open a can I will think of you. Today I saw something move out of the corner of my eye and thought it was you. I miss you so much. I'll love you forever my baby girl. I miss your cuddles . Please give your brother a kiss for me and tell him I miss him so much too. I miss you both so much. I'm glad you are no longer in pain. I couldn't bare to make you suffer. I love you always, your momma.
Maureen NDombeOrchard Park, NYFebruary 21, 2018
5/22/2018We will never forget our Sailor. You brought much happiness and unconditional love into our lives. Our home is not the same without you. You left us too soon but it was God's time to give you your wings on February 17, 2018.
I will think of you each day, running and playing with so many other animals including our Brody.
Kisses to you my SailorBoy.. my heart is so broken.
Lynn MessinaEast Setauket, NYFebruary 21, 2018
8/11/1999 - 2/19/2018Our little Buddy lived up to his name. An 18 lb. Jack Russell Terrier that did everything we did. He rode in our Jeep all over Moab, loved riding in the boat, swimming in the lake, “fishing”, playing soccer in our back yard. He was our oldest dog, making it to 18.5 yrs! At his 18th birthday he could still do a spirited 2 mile walk with us. His Vet always said he was “amazing”. His last 6 months weren’t great but we wanted him to live as long as he could. It’s sad seeing your spunky little boy could no longer jump on our bed, he had an impressive vertical jump in his younger years. One of his favorite tricks was “leave it”. I had trained him to ignore a treat which I placed on the floor right in front of him. “Leave it” was all I had to say and he would turn his head to the side and not even look at it until I said OK. People loved seeing my little guy do this. We would also pick up a few helium balloons at Red Robin and tie one to his collar. He would do his vertical leap and try to bite the ballon.
It was soooo hard saying good bye, but it was time. It was painful because he started having seizures, terrible to watch. Dr. Julie was an angel sent to help us through this time. Thank you so much!
David HartmanCentennial, ColoradoFebruary 21, 2018
1/1/2000 - 2/19/2018Smokey had a difficult life but found a brief, happy time and a gentler end. We're so glad that he came along and shared some time and love with us, and so grateful that we were able to be there for him in his time of need.

He was a mystery cat – we could never figure out just what his story was.

How old was he? The vet estimated his age at eight. Was it the years or just years of malnutrition and hard outdoor living that gave him those gray hairs?

Had he been someone's cat and abandoned? He was wary at first but social once he trusted us. Although he had apparently never laid on a towel before and the first time I tried to entertain him with string, he was afraid of it. How is it possible he grew up around humans without ever laying on a towel or playing with string?

Or was he a feral or semi-feral that became more socialized? Judging by his condition when he arrived, he had been living outside for a long time. But when the first snow came, he acted like he'd never seen it before. How could a cat live outdoors in snow country for years and never encounter snow?

Where did he go? He would eat regular meals and hang around our house but then disappear for days. Did he have another refuge or a girlfriend somewhere? We'll never know.

Whatever his story was before he found us, we're just glad that he did. He was pitiful when he showed up, but after weeks of good eating his energy level shot up and he his weight recovered. He became a happy, playful, purring, boy for a handful of months until those years of malnutrition/whatever other factors exacted their toll. We brought him inside when he became inexplicably lame in one leg and in the midst of vet visits for that, we discovered he had heart failure that was quickly becoming advanced.

Smokey, wherever your paws are roaming now, they've left prints in our hearts forever – we'll remember your sweetness for the rest of our days.
Glen HarrisMoravian Falls, North CarolinaFebruary 20, 2018
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