Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
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1/23/2013Shiloh was a sweet faced little black pug. He was always ready for a cuddle, a hug, or just a pat on the head. If you happen to have a cheese curl in your hand at the same time, that was double pleasure. He brightened the day of all who met him. God Rest his Kind Soul. He is missed and was loved as much as we could ever imagine loving anyone. Xoxo until we meet againSharen UlmerPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaApril 20, 2017
Toby Aka Mr. Boy
3/1/1995 - 4/14/2017Our sweet Mr. Boy filled our hearts with so much love ❤️ Even the people that are not pet people loved him and accepted him as family.Mary RomanoGlen Mills, PennsylvaniaApril 16, 2017
California Aka Cali
1/1/2011 - 4/10/2017Cali was a beautiful Red Nose Terrier Pit. She had the cutest chocolate nose and honey colored eyes. She was a golden brown and white with the cutest crown shaped marking on her butt. Though she had been abused as a puppy, she still loved all humans with zero trust issues ever! She loved with her whole heart and so unconditionally every being that ever came into our space. Always wanting to love and to be loved. To honor her life, whenever I am feeling low, feeling frustrated with people, feeling hurt by life, whatever, I will remind myself to keep a Cali State of Mind. We all could learn so much from her.Jennifer NotarfrancescoPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaApril 13, 2017
5/1/1999 - 4/3/2017Lucky- You were the best kitty cat we could have ever asked for! Thank you so much for choosing us! You rescued us every bit as much as we rescued you. We desperately miss having you with us! The house just feels so empty! Every thing I see reminds me of you! I miss kissing your soft little head. I miss when you were younger and you'd lay on your back and let Daddy and I kiss your belly. You loved your Daddy so! You were such a Daddy's girl! You let your Daddy do ANYTHING to you! And you were such a good sister to Lauren. You let her do anything to you as well. You let her pick you up and carry you, even when your arthritic legs didn't like it. You tolerated so much from her. You gave us just one month shy of 18 years. It's hard to know what to do without you! I don't like just having Weasel. It's not the same. I don't like only feeding one cat. It was always Lucky and Weasel because we got you two years before her. She misses. you. She's been acting differently since you left us. We all feel the loss profoundly. I could never feel the same way about another kitty cat like I feel about you. You were my first baby! I miss you so, so, so much Lucky, and the hole in my heart will take a long time to heal. I hope you rest in peace and that you are running and playing with the other pets at the Rainbow Bridge.Jennifer BundyWyndmoor, PennsylvaniaApril 10, 2017
"One-eyed Jack"
02/14/2010 - 3/7/2017My One-Eyed Jack. From the moment you laid at my feet and rolled over for a belly rub, to the last breath you took, I loved you more than words could ever express. You were by my side through so many changes in our lives and many times you gave me a reason to get up in the morning. I can't even imagine my life without you. My heart is broken and you've left a hole that will never heal. I had 16 wonderful years with you. As a Therapy Dog, you gave love unconditionally to so many children and adults and I know they will never forget you either. I read today that "if love could have saved you, you would have lived forever". This is so true. My sweet, precious, Jack. I will never, ever, EVER forget you. You were one in a million. Thank you for coming into my life and loving me.

Forever in my heart,
Nicole MacLeanHavertown, PennsylvaniaMarch 9, 2017
9/18/2008 - 2/27/2017On February 27th, our English Bulldog, Linus passed away peacefully on our laps in our home and took the journey to cross rainbow bridge.

Not a day will go by where I don't think about you or hear you or see you. You were our first dog and the best decision we have ever made. You brought so much light and joy into our lives every single day. You changed our lives by making us better people. Our house will no longer a home without you and we will miss looking down and always seeing our best friend standing right by our side looking up at us. I hope you are running free on the beach with Mitch enjoying all the sun and food and treats and naps your heart desires. Sweet dreams Linus, Linie, Hinie, Little Line, Linus your Highness, Bubz, Bubba Man, Puppy Man, Marshmallow Man, Kitten, Pup-Pup, B-Bop, Baby Boy and so on...
Kelly & Nicolas GannonPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaMarch 1, 2017
3/17/2004 - 2/11/2017Corey, You brought so much joy and happiness to our family and friends. You were always there with unconditional love and we gave it back to you as well. I will miss you so much and the greetings every morning and every day after work will be hard to not have, but we know that you are in a better place now and have crossed the rainbow bridge. I look forward to seeing you again and to play as we once did. I know that you will watch over us as you did at home. I love you and thank you for being part of the family. The girls had shed many a tear into your fur and you gave them comfort in return by letting them do so. They miss you and love you. See you down the road my friend. Love You!!!!!Scott EllerProspect Park, PennsylvaniaFebruary 14, 2017
6/10/2004 - 2/9/2017I am lucky. I knew the best dog ever.

She brought more joy that I thought possible. And all she asked for in return was a little treat, a cuddle and a good belly rub. She shattered the myth that Westies are not lap dogs.

It was the little things that would melt your heart. Lying at the bottom of the hall stairs, her chin resting on the last step looking up for the family member upstairs. Her ears going back as she bent down low and let out a deep "growl wwwoo wow." It was the sound of a dog at her happiest. The always present left paw reminding you with a "scratch-scratch" that the 5 minute rub needed to last just a little bit longer, and the hearty barrel-roll shake at the end, with Westie fur flying in the streaming sunlight. The way she waited patiently at the bottom of the drive, eyes transfixed on the back door, waiting for Mom and Angel to emerge, and her sprint to start her walk when at last they did. But it was the gentle kiss on my hand, when I stroked her paws just before bed at night, that will forever bond her to me.

She came into our lives at a trying time for me - in between jobs and no certainty of a new one. Brought home from the pet store instead of Mollie's school uniform. Anyone who saw the girl in the schoolyard who needed a new uniform need not worry; she had a great dog at home.

Meghan gave her the best name. She was such a Reilly and she had quite a life.

Like Bridget I think she had a thing for gingers they way she sniffed out the Junior prom date and her affection for Kevin.

But there was no hiding her true favorite. Cuddling with Mom on the couch was Reilly's idea of a perfect day. Mom always said she'd do anything for her dogs and she did - right up to her last breath. Thank you Kay for bringing her into our lives.

I am lucky. I knew the best dog ever. And she was ours. And her name was Reilly.
Brian DurkinHavertown, PennsylvaniaFebruary 11, 2017
4/20/2003 - 2/6/2017Cassie was almost 14 years old when she left us, and she was part of our family from when she was an 10-week old puppy. She filled our house with energy, joy and comfort. She was loved by everyone in the family and everyone who came into our house. She was NOT a watch dog, and we loved her for her sweet nature that would have welcomed any intruder. She traveled well and was with us on many Jersey shore vacations. Cassie was always nearby. If she seemed to be sleeping soundly and we moved to another room, she would soon follow close behind and fall soundly asleep there with us. Sometimes she appeared to be sleeping soundly, and we’d look over to her just to see her eyes on us. The brain and heart have a hard time adjusting to the fact that she is no longer here. We seem to still hear her footsteps, her breathing or her scratch at the door. Our house is quiet and we dearly miss seeing her in her favorite spots in the house. Especially the one next to our bed where she slept peacefully each night. We were fortunate to have her with us all these years. We were good, responsible parents to Cassie and gave her the best life possible She gave us so much more.Patricia and Paul ConroyJenkintown, PennsylvaniaFebruary 9, 2017
5/1/2001 - 2/5/2017There once was the sweetest, tiniest, kindest, gentlest cat named “Buffy,” better known by some as “Grey.” She grew up on the streets of a rough neighborhood before she was rescued, but never let her early years hold her back from her love of life and dreams for a peaceful time on this earth.

Grey didn’t ask for much – just a warm bed to rest in, a window to peek out to see the outside world at a safe distance, a bowl of water and some food to chew on, and – of course – a loving mom and safe place to call home.

One of Grey’s favorite things was her own personal Christmas tree where she could enjoy the holidays in peaceful solitude. Often, she had the anticipation of looking forward to a soft, warm blanket that Santa would bring to her as well.

Grey’s life was not always an easy one – she was bullied by stronger, more aggressive cats in the streets where she was raised, and by another later on. But in spite of it all, she never showed bitterness or hate, never attacked back – but instead kept her dignity and grace. If ever there was a noble cat, it was Buffy.

She left this world a better place for those fortunate enough to have known her – some only at a fleeting glance. She taught us to persevere; reply to hate with loving acceptance; and to enjoy the simplest pleasures as if they were the very essence of life itself.

Someday, in the future, those that have loved and cared for her will be reunited with her again, where once more she will be able to curl up in a warm spot and rest peacefully through the night. Thank you for all you have given us, our little friend; rest safely in the loving embrace of the Lord, for your kindly innocence is the very lesson he gave to all living things . . . and you fulfilled your mission perfectly.
Patricia KellyRiverside, New JerseyFebruary 9, 2017
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