Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
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7/24/2002 - 1/26/2017"Those who love don't go away, they walk beside us everyday... unseen, unheard, but always near. Still loved, still missed, but always dear.. ~ Unknown authorJustin MeltonLas Vegas, NevadaMarch 18, 2017
3/13/2006 - 2/20/2017Ruby My Love,
Its been only a short while since my sweet girl was sent to heaven. Although it was the right thing to do, my heart is broken.
Through out our lives together, she was a very special girl for me. My life has been filled with many, many pets, and they've all had a special place in my heart, and when it was time for them to go to Heaven I knew I would be with them again someday. With Ruby, we had more of a special bond, and through out the last few months with her, knowing the day would come, I would tell her about Heaven, and seeing all her beloved siblings and how she would be so happy playing with them, enjoying her eternal life there. I would tell her that I hope she would be the one "at the gate of Heaven" to be there to open it up for me!
God Bless her, and someday we will be reunited for eternity..
Arlene ReposaLas Vegas, NevadaFebruary 23, 2017
9/18/2004 - 2/16/2017Forest, I strongly believe that you were created for me as a part of me. We connected since the very first moment and I was there till your last moment. You always made everyone who got to meet you, feel good. Your love for the human race without any prejudice for age, sex or race made you a cat that will be remembered and is making me feel that I succeeded of giving you the best cat life ever and having you always surrounded with love. I'm really missing you.Steve DambrosioLas Vegas, NevadaFebruary 19, 2017
11/4/2004 - 2/8/2017Brisby was my loyal, loving baby. He only wanted one thing, which was to be by my side constantly. He followed me from room to room and just plopped down happily wherever I happened to take a seat. Apart from snuggling next to me on the couch or in bed, his favorite thing was going on long car rides. He had a younger "sisfur" named Kona, and his nature was so sweet and demure that he would let her boss him around.

He would get a little frustrated when I had to leave the house, and I would come home to find every trash can knocked over and its contents spilled out. I had to get in the habit of putting all the trash cans out of his reach. He loved lying in the warm, clean laundry that I had neatly folded on the bed. He would just look up at me with those soulful dark eyes and I would forgive him anything.
Lisa SavyBoulder City, NevadaFebruary 10, 2017
Stray Cat
03/30/1997 - 1/14/2017My little Stray , with your half tail and squaky meow, you will surely be missed . You were always independent and self assured,even though you barely weighed 8 pounds. Your demeanor was that of a true female. You wanted love, but on your terms. And then you returned the love ten fold.
You traveled the farm and enjoyed the country air. You didn't fear the chickens, donkeys, or horses. You would roam and play, and return safely for a night's sleep.
Your resilience was evident when we traveled across the country, and you adjusted so well. Many thought it would be difficult for a cat of almost twenty years .But you and Tiny easily adjusted and made this your home.
You purred loudly, and always wanted to bump heads. I felt your warmth when you were in the bed.
I pray that you are with the others that have gone before you. And that you are once again sitting in a field in the sunshine, waiting for a mouse.
You will be missed by many.
Nancy ZLas Vegas, NevadaJanuary 15, 2017
3/2/2017 - 1/1/2017Allie was my beloved. I adopted her as a senior on March 2, 2014 from the Las Vegas Boxer Rescue. I always felt sorry for senior dogs that get surrendered and wanted to give one a forever home. I thought about getting a Boxer for the first time and just when I was going to go looking, friends of mine were fostering her. We met and I know she was the girl for me. Allie was the best dog, so full of love, warmth, companionship and goofiness. She was well behaved and everyone loved her. She went to heaven on Sunday January 1 at approximately 6 PM after suffering from lung cancer. I am so sad as she filled my life with such warmth and laughter. The house is so empty now. Although I only had her for less than 3 years, there was such a deep bond between us. I will always love Allie and she will always be a cherished part of my heart. Until we meet again Allie, RIP my love!Denise LahavLas Vegas, NevadaJanuary 4, 2017
4/1/2000 - 12/31/2016We lost a beautiful soul. It is with heavy hearts that we said goodbye to our Nala. She was a Siamese who had piercing blue eyes - probably the most beautiful I've ever seen. She was always the hostess and charmed everyone she met.

She was mischievous and a night owl; she never met a twist tie or Christmas ornament she didn't want to destroy. She would often “catch” dog toys (the small squirrel was her favorite) and announce to all who would listen that she caught it all by herself. With her little pink tongue she would spill water - fresh water was her absolute favorite - all over the place. She was a graceful goofball and a gentle soul who acted as our grief counselor...and during this time of grief it makes us miss her even all the more.

She had 16 (almost 17) good years, but it still feels too soon. She came to us as a mischievous puffball kitten and left us as the most loyal friend. Rest in peace, Nala Girl. We will miss every single thing about you. May you cuddle up to Bailey and have a toy squirrel near you at all times.
Kim NelsonLas Vegas, NevadaJanuary 1, 2017
8/21/2003 - 12/21/2016Harvey peacefully passed surrounded by his family on 12-21-16. He was 13 1/2 years old. Though father time had taken his physical body (arthritis) and eyesight (diabetes) , he battled to live everyday. Always pushing for a short walk to the park no matter what. Even when Harvey could barely walk he would still limp to the door when we arrived home to greet us. He was so loved and gave back love unconditionally everyday. On his last day on Earth, Harvey got 2 separate walks and a trip to his favorite park wherein he laid in the grass for the last time. Harvey crossed that Rainbow Bridge last night and will now be able to run free without pain and see all the beautiful colors of heaven. I hope to see you again Harvey. You will always be in our hearts my dear old companion, Harvey.Jack BurdenLas Vegas, NevadaDecember 22, 2016
11/4/2004 - 11/26/2016Ashley came into our lives at age 2. She was so loving and very rambunctious. She and I had our difficult moments, but over the years we became best friends. She had such a unique personality. She would play and chase the squirrels. She loved laying out in the sun. Having to say goodbye was the one of the hardest things I have had to do. I look up in the sky for her. I know she is at peace and is running once more. I miss you so very much. My heart aches. I miss our nightly walks. We love you pretty girl.Lynda SchmanskeLas vegas, NevadaNovember 27, 2016
12/25/2001 - 11/19/2016Remedy, you were our firstborn and a forever-shining light in our eyes. Your happy prance made our hearts sing. When you sat up on your hind legs and let us know you wanted some lovin', our hearts melted. When you left us, our hearts broke.

You were a constant source of love to us and for us. And you were such a trooper until the end. You endured years of surgeries, procedures and medications, all with a calm and sweet nature that made you a favorite of many vets and assistants.

We loved you then, we love you now, and we will always love you. You are missed by everyone who was lucky enough to befriend you. Your brothers and sister love and miss you, too.

Until we meet again, Our Dearest Boy,

~Mama and Daddy~
Elyse and Cal MillerLas Vegas, NevadaNovember 24, 2016
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