Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
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2/25/1998 - 11/17/2017Smokey was the best kitty I could ever ask for and we will miss him so, so much. Smokey tended to be very skittish around other people until he started getting new older and then he just wanted to be loved on and petted, no matter who it was (although he did have his favorite people). We prayed for a peaceful passing for Smokey because I could not bear taking to have his last experience to be scary and stressful. He passed away with his head in my lap while surrounded by his family and now he is at peace and no longer in pain. We love and miss him so much.Charissa AmbroseINDIANAPOLIS, IndianaNovember 18, 2017
9/11/2005 - 11/11/2017As the saying goes, "you were my favorite hello and my hardest goodbye." I never wanted the day to come that I would have to say goodbye to you. Sadly, it came all too quickly. Eleven and a half years were not enough. Your eyes were the windows to your soul and I could get lost in them. You were a one-of-a-kind companion... my protector, my friend, my canine soulmate. All other dogs loved you and looked up to you. Yet, if you perceived that one of them could be a threat to me, you chased them off. You intimidated my friends, but you were a gentle giant to me, deeply devoted, and I thank God every day that he placed you in my life. I will love you forever and always! A day won't go by, that I won't think about you. Until we meet again, run free my sweet boy....Shirley OrrellFort Worth, TexasNovember 18, 2017
Louie Lewis
7/28/2001 - 11/15/2017This beautiful boy brought joy to our world. Louie was smart, funny, lively, happy and so very sweet.
He appeared to be dainty and delicate; but actually, he was a tough guy who loved to be told how pretty he was. He was an outstanding athlete who excelled at chasing balls and dragging humans on leashes. He taught us many things during our sixteen years together; it is hard to imagine life without him. His memory will live on in our hearts and minds forever. Rest in peace our sweet, pretty boy. We love you so.
Teri EvansIndianapolis, IndianaNovember 18, 2017
8/2/2000 - 11/10/2017My precious puppy you always were and always will be. There’s an emptiness in our home and in our hearts without you here with us, always by our side. The day you left to go chase bunnies up in heaven was a day I never thought would come. And even though it’s hard to not have you physically here with us anymore I am also glad you get to do that; pain free! I miss you every day, but I remain confident that I’ll see you again.. We had so many great adventures together! When we do meet again, I promise we will enjoy another great adventure together once more. I love you my Budster! You will always, always be alive in our hearts and in the memories we share of you.Carolina AgemyIndependence, MissouriNovember 17, 2017
Henna Banana
7/15/2006Henna was larger than life. She looked us directly in the eye with a sharp and insistent meow that was more like a bark, especially when insisting it was time for a piece of salad, or a treat in general. He would hide from most strangers, but completely welcome others, bestowing upon them a kitty honor that made them feel special. Her personality was so unique and human like, that it made her adorable. No heart was so hardened could withstand her charm when she turned it on. This was especially true when she would roll over on her back, Carter head in your direction, and barked out a terse meow. I miss her presence so much, but I have to say I did feel a tremendous sense of exhilaration and freedom, from her, when she passed. No more struggles, no more confinement in a reluctant body.Tom Des BrisaySeattle, WashingtonNovember 17, 2017
5/4/2003 - 11/14/2017On November 14, 2017 I had to make the heartbreaking decision to let my "baby" Sandy go over the rainbow bridge. When I adopted her from the animal shelter on the island of St Maarten in May 2003 I promised her that I always would take good care of her. She was such a sweet and gentle "coconut retriever" (my Vet on St Maarten came up with this name) She loved all humans and other dogs and cats. She lived with me on the island for 7 years and traveled with me from St. Maarten to Florida as well as Virginia. I saw the decline slowly starting but never expected that it could take such a quick turn in the wrong direction. She suffered 2 seizures and had to make the heartbreaking decision to let her go. As much as I wished she would get better and how much I wanted to delay this moment, it was the last thing I could do for her to avoid any further suffering. Loved her so very much and I miss her more than I words can describe. She will always be in my heart !Sonja van der DriftMidlothian, VirginiaNovember 17, 2017
5/1/2000 - 11/13/2017Scooter was a good boy most of the time, but he was my good buddy all the time.
He was mischievous, fearless & loving with an endless zest for playing.
He had a good life, almost 100 in dog years, I miss him very much.
God will definitely want to recycle this little soul.
Jarrett TarrantMagnolia, TexasNovember 17, 2017
1/1/2003 - 11/7/2017Mufasa was the equivalent of a wild mountain man- hairy, wild and loved his freedom. He lived by his own rules, made his own way and very much disliked anyone who wasn’t family. He refused to be pampered, let us trim his hair , hated showers, destroyed the yard and took every chance he could to escape. I can’t recall the amount of times we had to lay a trail of sliced meat or sausage to entice him to come back home. But he had a soft side, he loved handing us his paws and petted and talked to like a baby. Our family was honor to have had this amazing creature for 14 years. He will be forever embedded in our hearts.Gina MarquezHouston, TexasNovember 17, 2017
11/21/2008 - 11/14/2017Our sweetest Molly, I prayed the night before you had to leave us for a sign it was ok to let you go. That morning you wouldn't eat your breakfast, wouldn't drink water, wouldn't eat your favorite treat, at lunch time you didn't even look at me for a bite of my lunch.
That morning I took you out for your morning pp, you tried so hard to go, nothing but a little brown water came out and then the blood, lots of it, I was scared, I called daddy, I emailed Dr. Elizabeth, we all knew it was time, we scheduled your walk for over the Rainbow Bridge for 8:00 that night.
It's been a long run with you being sick, the big "C" word Cancer, Bladder Cancer, it was to late to save you by the time we found out, our lives were changed from that day on, we're changed forever.
We can never forget the joy and laughter you brought into our lives, there will only be one Molly, you had a great personality, We swear you didn't know you were a dog, but you weren't just any dog, you were special to all who knew you, you were "Molly "
R.I.P. You are now an Angel that knows no pain only joy and happiness, freedom to romp around like you used to be able to, our love for you will never die.
Until we meet again xxxooo

till we meet again
Mary PehonskyWinter Garden, FloridaNovember 16, 2017
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