Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
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9/18/2005 - 1/19/2018Thank you for 12+ years. I constantly begged for a dog my entire childhood, and you were so worth the wait. I can't stand that you're gone, but I know you're feeling better and more like your old self now. You deserved to live forever, but you also deserve peace. There will never be another like you. You were the best dog any of us could have asked for. I miss you so, so much. I hope that where you are now, your stocking is full.Jessica SiegerPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaJanuary 20, 2018
1/19/2018Phoebe was deeply loved and is deeply missed. She was the sweetest dog we ever knew.Tracy DasBrookhaven, PennsylvaniaJanuary 20, 2018
11/24/2000 - 1/6/2018Flip has been the joy of our lives for the past 17 years. We are so thankful for all of the years of wonderful and happy memories that we have shared. We'll miss seeing your handsome face when we wake up every day, hearing the sound of your paws clicking on the floor, your happy greetings when I come home each day, the sound of your bark, throwing your toys and all of the kisses you would give. We talked about the sunrise its time for your sunset and we are so heartbroken. You have been the sunshine of my life, my baby, my love. Taking care of you has been my pleasure and a blessing. You will always be remembered as a happy boy who loved his life, his toys and his family. You're loss brings unbearable sadness. Chili is missing you, as well. We will always love you and never let you out of our hearts.Marcella and Ken MorrisSewell, New JerseyJanuary 7, 2018
3/21/2001 - 12/31/2017Our sweet "Lacy Girl" went peacefully to the Rainbow Bridge on 12/31/2017. She was the center of our lives for almost 17 years. One of the sweetest dogs (an American Cocker Spaniel) one could have and loved very much by her family and all who knew her. We have a void in our home that can never be filled, but lots of memories of her in playful and happy times. Rest in Peace now in heaven.
Love always,
The Bonikowski Family
Ray BonikowskiPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaJanuary 2, 2018
08/22/2005 - 12/18/2017Hi Kaitlyn, thank you for everything. Your kind understanding words were immeasurable. Dr. Abby was the absolute best.
I took my Boo-Boo for his last walk in the park yesterday and he seemed so strong and resilient that I again thought I was making the wrong decision.
I needed more reassurance, I wanted someone to yell out and say, "what's the matter with your dog, he really looks sick". But no one did. I was ready to change my mind.
When I got home I lied down with Deuce on the floor and gave him my bathrobe. He was shaking so I put him near the heater. Then Dr. Abby called. When she got here and after seeing him she said, yes he's very sick.
My special baby had to go. We had to give him treats and put a muzzle on him so he could get the first injection. I then took him on the front porch so he could calm down. After 5 minutes I came back in and the medicine was taking affect. He started stumbling. He had a couple more treats and I guided him to his bed. He lay down & I sat with him. He was so calm and peaceful. So calm!
Then the final injection was administered. My baby took his last breathes and he was gone. I miss him tremendously! He's not by my side. I see his bed and he's not there. I don't see him looking at me, telling me to get up so he can go to the bathroom. I don't see him saying, Mommy I'm hungry. I won't see him running around like crazy when I come home from work. Running around trying to find his toy to give to me. I won't see him sitting in front of the heat vents absorbing all the delectable hot air. He won't be behind me the 20 times I run up & down the steps everyday, doing errands & forgetting what I came upstairs for. I won't see him jumping up & down looking for his leash when it's time to go to the park.
But all in all I'm glad I found the Lap of Love website. The procedure was so humane. So loving! I would not have wanted to do it any other way. Dr. Abby, I can only thank her a million times. Although I'm drowning in my tears. She lovingly wrapped him up in a blanket like a baby and left his beautiful face uncovered. He looked like he was sleep. Oh God, I miss him and want him to wake up. 😩😩😪
Karen DavisPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaDecember 25, 2017
Katie Mae
6/24/2005 - 12/9/2017We hope your spirit knows that we think of you every day . you were taken from us much too soonkaren ditomobrookhaven, PennsylvaniaDecember 15, 2017
4/1/2002 - 11/30/2017Rory, we love you so much and will miss you for the rest of our lives.Anna M.Phoenixville, PennsylvaniaDecember 1, 2017
10/1/2017 - 10/15/2017Opi was a vibrant young pup who left us to soon. He was a companion and friend to my husband and I. He was a protector and a brother. He truly loved us unconditionally and he was loved unconditionally. Him being missed is an understatement. We will miss his great big butt wiggles when we walk in the house. We will miss his bark, his sense of security. Opi had a way to know peoples feelings and he was so in-tune to people being sad or anxious or happy and he was apart of all that. We will miss our car rides with him, playing ball and sitting out front. We will miss our vacations and adventures with Opi. We will miss his long afternoon naps and his mid day whines for treats. We will miss his swimming and beach days. We will never forget a friend like him who made such an impact on our life. He truly was the perfect friend. In the end Opi rescued us he came into our house and made it a home. He changeed our life forever he taught us what unconditional Love was.Maria MarketPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaOctober 24, 2017
James Bond
4/1/2006 - 10/23/2017James Bond, thank you for all the cuddles, all the mice you caught, all the purring, all of your games, thank you for your mischief. Thank you for being there every day when I got home from work, thank you for putting all your toys in my purse which made me laugh in the middle of a work meeting the next day when I found them, thank you for being such a good sport with the new baby. Thank you for rolling around in the sunshine, purring, and reminding me to stop and enjoy life. Thank you for making me put my things down the moment I walked in the front door, thank you for making me stop to pet you, for reminding me what it means to come home. Thank you for never once peeing outside your litterbox—seriously, thank you for that. Thank you for never leaving me. Thank you for never shying away from my sickness, from my sadness, for being my companion through it all.

Thank you most of all for your friendship. I think I hit the lottery that day at the animal shelter when you stole my hat. You are irreplaceable, and I’ll miss you as long as I live.
Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaOctober 24, 2017
4/21/2003 - 10/21/2017Cooper, more commonly called Coop, Coopie, Mr. Coop, Coopis, Poopis, Boopie, Cooper cat, Mr. Man, dark chocolate blueberry cuppycake, baboo, fuzzy muffin of love, handsome boy, little man, and fluffyhead lived a great life of exactly 14.5 years.

He was exceedingly polite taking treats; Rick always thought Cooper was the poster child for how to take communion. He took country vacations to Nana and Papas, and to North Wildwood. For most of his life, he liked to stand, seatbelted in, on car rides - like that one 8-hr drive to Maine.

He once caught a bird and was just delighted even though I screamed in horror. And he loved the time we let him tunnel under ground to seek out a rat and get filthy in the process.

He welcomed his beautiful and commanding sister, Ginger, when we brought her home. He was social and welcomed visitors and caregivers with a waggie tail and affection. If you were really lucky, you got lots of leg licks. He was a master of sneaky kisses. He loved meeting other dogs on our walks. The touch and smell of his soft coat comforted us, me especially, through life from the time he arrived in my arms. He gave so much love to so many people - he gave all the love he had into this world. We are so thankful to have known and loved him. Our hearts are broken to say goodbye but the circle of life says we must.

I had no idea how much love was in my heart. I am indebted to this creature for showing me.
Karen DonaghyPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaOctober 22, 2017
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