Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
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10/03/2003 - 7/3/2017Dakota, you brought us so much joy! We loved to watch you play and gallop. You're curiosity and gentleness was unlike any others. You were always such a sweet friend and loving girl. We miss you dearly. Run free and chase those birds!!!!Kristina WaierLas Vegas, NevadaJuly 6, 2017
12/26/2006 - 6/12/2017To know Elvis was to love him, and he loved everyone he met, in return. No matter where we went, people were drawn to him and his sweet, funny demeanor; Elvis never met a stranger. The pain of his loss is unbearable, but the beautiful, funny, often hysterical memories keep us going. We take comfort in knowing our crazy maniac is crazy again.Kim and Cary SoaresHenderson, NevadaJune 16, 2017
10/1/2002 - 5/23/2017My darling Chemo you made our world a more beautiful place. You gave us strength and peace when needed. You gave us comfort and joy always. Your constant purr was larger than life as was your unconditional love. Every day we will miss your sweet face, your loving kisses, and your big snuggles. You know that loving everything about you was one of my most favorite things to do ever and I will love you always. Rest peacefully on the rainbow bridge my heart.Colleen StiritzLas Vegas, NevadaMay 28, 2017
8/18/2003 - 5/12/2017We love and miss you so much little fellow. I miss you meeting me at the door when you heard the garage opening. I miss waking up to your little face and feeling the warmth of your little back each night when we would go Nite Nite, your the best Kitty , friend and companion this family ever had, our hearts are broken without you 💔😭Cheryl GasconLas vegas, NevadaMay 18, 2017
9/5/2005 - 5/9/2017To Our Beloved Jack,

Our little family of three became two when we said goodbye to you. Letting you go was incredibly hard, but it was the right thing to do.

You filled our lives with joy and laughter right until the very end. Your wet nose insisting on breakfast was the first thing that greeted each new day and petting your ears and patting your head was the perfect ending to every day. In between, we shared two meals, at least three walks, playtime, and treats. You were woven into the fabric of our lives.

Our home is unbearably quiet without you in it—no nails on the tile, no snoring in stereo (just mono now), no post-meal celebrations. Walking alone just is not the same. All of the dogs in the neighborhood miss you gloating about being out for a walk and the birds miss being chased and barked at.

No one celebrated food quite like you. You drank loudly and ate heartily, finishing each meal and snack with a loud belch, a nose-to-nub rub and roll on the carpet, and an insistent demand to be taken outside. Sweet potatoes are now known as “Jack Treats” in our household. Nobody is here to shadow the “Grill Guy” or wait patiently and hopefully under the table.

You were a loyal companion and protective guardian. We miss coming home to you waiting at the door. We still open doors slowly “just in case” you are there and watch where we step during the night. We miss your nightly nose count, making sure your “herd” was all present and accounted for. The presence of the UPS or FEDEX guy is no longer “announced” with the same fanfare. The shower is unguarded.

We hope you are enjoying the other side of the Rainbow Bridge playing with your friends, Spencer and Buddy, and being spoiled rotten by Julie’s parents. Someday, we will be there too with a rope toy to play endless games of tug, new tennis balls to de-fuzz, and a limitless supply of sweet potatoes. Until then, know that you are dearly loved and wholeheartedly missed.

Love, Dog Mom & Grill Guy
Julie & Phil FluhrNorth Las Vegas, NevadaMay 15, 2017
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
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