Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
8/1/2007 - 10/18/2019My beautiful girl who will always be remembered for loving many of my students with disabilities who wanted to love and be loved. The sweetest dog who helped me love through the trauma of all the children from foster care who came into our home and needed to be safe. Cali, you were exceptional in every way. Thank you for forgiving me when I was too busy to walk you when helping our little visitors. You helped me trust and be loved unconditionally.Erin RichealBuffalo, New YorkOctober 22, 2019
4/30/2005 - 10/16/2019Thank you for all your unconditional love and company. We love and miss you and the housevis too quiet.Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaOctober 22, 2019
3/5/2019 - 10/19/2019Thanks for the memories you big funny goof. Love you big boy. Enjoy yourself.Helen NewboldSimi Valkey, CaliforniaOctober 22, 2019
11/4/2009 - 10/19/2019Thank you for spending 10 years with me. You were my rock, my happiness, my running buddy, my bestie who never judged and always listened. The bond I had with you, never will I find it again but I feel beyond blessed to have experienced it with you. Every human and doggie that met you loved you because you touched them with your friendliness and those beautiful brown eyes. In those ten years spent with you many circumstances changed, I moved cities and states, I transferred schools, graduated, got married and you were there with me every step of the way. How I will miss you dearly and you will always be in my mind, heart and thoughts. Mommy and daddy will love you forever.Anne DelgadoHouston, TexasOctober 22, 2019
6/20/2005 - 10/15/2019Sandy joined our family when she was a wee pup, and our children were in middle school. She joined us at little league games, boating outings, hikes, and "helped" us with yard work.

She was my companion when I was sick, and a body to lean on when I needed help up the stairs. I got better, and she aged; the tables turned; I was helping her up and down stairs.

She was such a loving and gentle soul. I will miss her always.

She is survived by our other dog, Cookie, who joined our family about a year after she did.
Debbie EngelmeyerKenmore, WashingtonOctober 22, 2019
4/3/2003 - 10/13/2019Our beloved "Daisy" has finally crossed over the rainbow bridge. She was such a loving dog who seldom barked. We took her almost everywhere we went. Nature can be cruel sometimes and at mid life she had many problems. We became "service" people for our dog! All the operations and problems but sweet Daisy was always there with a wagging tail and an docile temperament. In her younger days we hiked a mile or two several times a week. However far I hiked she always did more, running back and forth and zig zagging all over the place! In the beginning it was comical how scared she was of the small streams we crossed, after all Cocker Spaniels are water dogs. After awhile she loved crossing those streams. You will be missed!Harris MalkinMillersville, PennsylvaniaOctober 21, 2019
Salchicha Maria De Jesús Thatcher-kwan
8/5/2002 - 10/19/2019Salchicha “Chicha” María de Jesús Thatcher-Kwan (AKC name Cleopatra, Bitch of the Nile) 2002 - 2019.

Our extremely beloved, adored and darling sausage dog passed away peacefully at home surrounded by those who loved her most.

The most caring and loving of companions, Chicha lived each moment to the fullest. She’ll be remembered for her intense love of rocks and toys, cuddles and ability to unconditionally love. A true Chonchita, she maintained her vigorous appetite devouring meals and treats until the end.

She enjoyed a brief presidential run in 2016 . She was a write-in candidate on ballots in multiple local elections through out her life. An optimist, her platform was to spread love and eat well.

Life will not be the same. Our hearts are broken. May she rest in eternal peace!

Survived by her fathers and younger sister La Tina, adoring grandparents, numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

In lieu of a gofund me or flowers, please greet a stranger with a genuine smile and kindness. Follow it up with a delicious meal. Lick your plate. It’s what Salchicha would do.
Joseph ThatcherWest Orange,, New JerseyOctober 21, 2019
11/20/2008 - 10/16/2019Zoe has been such a huge part of our lives for the last 10+ years. She was a Great Dane/Lab mix and somehow managed to get the best traits of each breed. She loved the water and swimming, almost as much as she loved snoozing on the couch. She was always excited to go on her walks and smell the neighborhood, even if the weather wasn't ideal. Despite her muzzle turning more and more white over the years, every time I looked into her eyes, I still saw the scared little puppy that peed on me the day we met.

Having to say goodbye to her was one of the hardest things we've ever had to do. We just hope that we brought her as much happiness as she did us. We know we were lucky to have her in our lives as long as we did but we would trade anything in the world for just one more day with her.
Reid HowardGainesville, VirginiaOctober 21, 2019
6/17/2003 - 10/18/2019In loving memory of my sweet Jance, my constant companion for over 15 years. She was the kindest, gentlest soul and loved everyone she met, whether it was a person or a pup walking down the street, someone doing work on the house, or a friend she saw often: she gave everyone love. She is who I leaned on when my father passed, then my husband, then my mom......I can't imagine the grief journey without her. She had the best daddy (my late husband Pete) who doted on her and she carried me many days after he passed when I was suffering. Wasn't anything I wouldn't do for her and she had the most amazing life full of love. Fly free my sweet baby and know that you have made me a more loving person. I promise to share the love you gave me with another and will honor you forever.Julie PalmerSaint Louis, MissouriOctober 21, 2019
6/27/2006 - 10/19/2019In loving memory of my beloved dog Petey, he will forever have a place in my heart! Many thanks to Lap of Love and Dr .Julie for taking care of my Petey and making this a peaceful parting for him, thank you for your comforting words and support.Cheryl JenkinsNiagara Falls, New YorkOctober 21, 2019