Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Kiba Nopprapun
4/20/2004 - 5/19/2019Our sweet old soul, Kiba took his last breathe alongside his Mom and Dad on Sunday, May 19, 2019 at 5:45pm. Kiba has been Marc’s best friend for over 15 years and has become what dog legends are made of. Kiba can be best described as the family’s dire wolf. He was smart, sweet, independent and fiercely loyal. Kiba will be greatly missed by many, but none more than his best friend Marc. Through thick and thin, Marc loved him with all of his heart, and though the pain he feels without him is great, it in no way would compare to having never had him in his life. At our wishes– please give your furry friend an extra hug, belly rub, and treat today and every day. Rest in peace Kiba. We love you always and forever! Now Kiba’s watch has ended.Marc NopprapunHouston, TexasMay 20, 2019
Remy Duluie
8/2/2008 - 5/19/2019To the greatest love of my life! Remy Dupuie. Saying goodbye and letting you go was the hardest decision I've ever made.                                                "You were my life mate." 

I've had five dogs in my life, two children, ex-husband, sister, nieces, parents, grandparents, boyfriend, aunt, uncles, cousins, and many wonderful friendship! Who have all shaped and formed my experiences and definitions of how to Receive and Give LOVE. 

But REMY bond was extremely unique in the definition of a lifemate. Remy was synced into My Soul and all of my personalities even my alter ego personality that is a constant battle. HE LOVED every piece of me unconditional. His loyalty, trust, obeisance, awareness to protect me even from myself. He knew before I even knew when I was sick, sad, happy, mad or scared! He didn't care. "Now he had a job to do." Just find a different approach how to crawl up and wrap himself around me AND remind me nothing to be afraid of I'm right here and I love all of you! Selfishly I wanted to keep him here my heart & brain fighting over the right choice for him and me. Remy's been having seizures for a couple of years that created massive anxiety now he was the one who was living with constant fear without me by his side. His behavior changed tremendously, became aggressive, stopped socialize with other dogs, stopped eating on & off, throwing up a lot and digested bloody stools. Nighttime dementia moments at least that's what I'm calling it. Medicating Remy was breaking our bond and his trust in me. Trying to get a syringe or pills down a dog four times a day; OF course, that's going to break the bond. The medication is not a cure it just helps the symptoms. Now they wanted me to medicate him with phenobarbital for anxiety. To me, that would make him part of the fixture or Furniture of the house. That's not my REMY his my tenacious little Napoleon's. He was Fearless, had no idea of his size. He loved to hide bones, tug of war under the blanket, dog park, doggie beach, boating like he was on the Titanic at the top ears back by speed & wind. It drove Paige crazy remy's high from boating. He was a  Lizard Slayer, "Sorry"  Patrolled the neighborhood, loved jogging with me. He turned his back on me when I put my work clothes on, put on my tennis shoe on he lit up! Hell yea, I have a chance she going to take me!!! I believe Remy new at least 75-100 words. My favorite rolled over on command sit paw etc. Remy slept under the blankets with me had to be nestled into my body. Yes, am that mom! I will miss more then anything his little paw scratching my shoulder or arm waking me up to tell me to lift the blanket so he could Burrow under the blankets and touch me. I taught him not to lick my face so to kiss me he would bury his nose in my neck and snort. Remy love was truly indescribable in words. God creator of heaven & earth made our four-legged animals for a Divine Purpose and is given to each family for a Divine reason. I'm internally and Infiniti grateful for my Remy. For am told by the professionals, he wouldn't give up on me no matter how sick or old he lifemate me!!! His job on earth was my life mate. 

My last gift to Remy was Euthanasia. The word euthanasia literally means "good death."

"At some point, we move from ensuring a quality of life to ensuring the quality of death." I followed my heart it was the hardest decision we all have to make

They are family they actually become closer to you then your true self at least for me and Remy. I love you, Remy, I can't wait to snuggle in heaven with you until then RIP!
Lori Dupuie DupuieFort Myers, FloridaMay 20, 2019
6/6/2006 - 5/14/2019There are no words that are adequate for the depths of my grief. Tinkerbell wasn't just my best friend and companion animal, she was the best thing to happen to me, next to the birth of my children. We had a rough few years, and there were times I just didn't want to wake up or keep going. Yet, every morning I would open my eyes, and she would come over to stand on my chest, with her tail wagging, and use her paw to pull my hand to her chest for those rubs she loved so much. So many times, she was the reason for me to wake up, to get out of bed, and to keep moving forward. In the darkest of days, when we lost everything, not a single day went by that she did not do some goofy thing to make me laugh. Tinkerbell was the light of my life, and she deserved so much more than I could have ever given her. My life just won't be the same, and while there may be other companion animals, there will never be another Tinkerbell. She was one of a kind, and not a day will go by that I will not think of her. My dear, sweet baby Tink, I love you so much! Rest easy, and thank you for the most amazing 13 years I could have ever had.Kelly ConnerHOLLYWOOD, FloridaMay 20, 2019
Teddy Bear
6/15/2008 - 5/16/2019My big, at one time 200 pounds, lovable fur-baby almost made it to 11 years old; a milestone for St. Bernards. Teddy Bear was well known throughout the 3 neighborhoods he came to know as home in his 10 years with me. He was adored by children, humans, and I never met a kitten or cat that didn't take a fancy to him or fear him. It was with heavy heart I learned of his diagnosis of splenic cancer in November of 2018. With the incredible support and knowledge of Douglass Vet's Dr. Chesbora - he was able to sustain another 6 months of life and boy...did he ever make the best of it too. I can't express how much his loving ways and how much he filled, (literally filled my home w/ fur, lol) my heart and home. You'll be missed beyond words, but will always hold dear your want for just a bit more extra love by leaning into me and not letting me pass, or going through peoples legs and sitting back to trap them into petting your head and soft ears, and for always keeping me protected. THANK YOU Lap of Love for your presence and the most dignified manner of assisting Teddy Beat in getting his wings. You brought more comfort to me Dr. Sue than you will ever know knowing Teddy Bear was treated so well in his final moments.Hillery DLincoln, CaliforniaMay 20, 2019
4/15/2003 - 5/12/2019On Mother's Day, we said goodbye to our sweet furbaby, Sadie. We were lucky enough to have in our lives for 16 years.

Sadie was adopted as a kitten from the San Clemente Dana Point Animal Shelter. Sadie bloomed from a shy, hesitant kitten to a beautiful, strong kitty. As a youngster, she enjoyed climbing up the wallpapered wall to the ceiling (how'd she even think to do that?!) and watching the gulls and pelicans glide by. Throughout her life, she loved toting around her feather teaser toys, watching bird videos on YouTube, hanging out in "her" backyard, and went gaga over her furry little toy mice, carrying up 5-10 individually each night to sleep with her on our bed.

In her later years, she encountered some big health challenges, but with the awesome care of her veterinarians and some extra work on our end, she did amazingly well for many years beyond what was expected.

It’s hard to believe our loving little kitty girl is gone. She was our only child, our heart. We miss her so very much.
Marisa and Mike BrantleyAliso Viejo, CaliforniaMay 20, 2019
8/13/2005 - 5/17/2019Buddy was the "cutiest cutie cute boy", in my opinion. He was such a good boy and never seemed to make anyone upset by chewing on anything or making messes on the floor. We loved the joy and happy face he always shared with our family. We still cannot believe he is gone but know he is now no longer suffering or in pain and is playing with his brothers, Sam and Alex, up in heaven. We were blessed to share the last 13 years with Buddy and although times are hard now we will always cherish all the great times we had with him. Love you Buddy!Jacque AdobaZionsville, IndianaMay 20, 2019
9/17/2006 - 5/16/2019Buddy still had so much energy and got excited when I had company, but he couldn't stand anymore. It was hard to make the decision but he could not understand what was happening, and he would not get better. He relaxed than went to sleep. He knew I was there and kept licking me telling be everything will be OK, because I was crying. He always gave me comfort when I was upset. I would call him my Buddy Boo. I know he is now with my husband again walking around. It hurts everyday knowing he's not here.Marlene WrightCoopersburg, PennsylvaniaMay 20, 2019
Baby was a 12 year old Great Dane ,who was the love of my life. The best behavior and grace made her very special. Gentle and loyal.
I knew that when it was time, Baby wanted to be comfortable and in a loving environment surrounded by Tank (her pit bull baby)and Dude(her 6 lb yorkie boyfriend). I called Lap of Love and Dr.Katie Stender. came to our house and assessed Baby, spoke with me and my wife in great detail. She made Baby comfortable and and ultimately helped her on her trip to Heaven. Lap of Love staff, and Dr. Katie are very special. Their love of animals is obvious. They treated us and Baby with Love and Respect. I am forever grateful...
Joel ChavousJacksonville, FloridaMay 20, 2019
9/26/2006 - 4/22/2019My sweet Blazers....he was my cuddler at night always sleeping in my arms or near my head comforting me as he comforted himself. He would stand at the edge of the bed and meow at me to pat the comforter allowing him to jump up and snuggle for the night. Every night for 12+ years this was our routine. It's been so hard to sleep without him but I hear his meow to let me know its ok and he is no longer in pain. All the way until the end he was jumping up to snuggle and would follow me around talking and wanting to play. Blaze was a sweet boy but very cautious and didn't allow anyone to pet or love on him except me. He told me that weekend he was hurting and I was so sad because it happened too fast and I didn't know what to do. He was playing and eating one day and then the next he stopped everything altogether - he went into sudden kidney failure. Since he was scared and only allowed me to love on him we found lap of love who offered him a peaceful passing with his family and in his own bed he slept every night with me. They provided the care and comfort of his own surroundings letting us say our goodbyes peacefully and without him stressing about going to a strange place he wasn't used to. Dr. Loren was extremely compassionate and caring - she helped us through this difficult process allowing us to hold him and love on him as long as we needed. She was delicate in her handling of him and even hugged me saying she could see how much I loved him and was genuine about her feelings. It's always the hardest thing to lose a pet since they are a family member but to know you can give them peace in a home environment gives me a sense of peace and comfort knowing he was properly cared for even after he was gone. Thank you for everything you did and the comforting email and condolences in the days after we lost our sweet boy - Blaze will always be with me but he has joined his brother and sisters earning his angel wings flying free on Monday April 22, 2019. I love and miss you dearly my sweet boy - I miss our cuddling but feel your presence knowing we will always be together.Melissa MonrealDunedin, FloridaMay 20, 2019
01/11/2004 - 5/11/2019Our best friend, my heart, my boy crossed the Rainbow Bridge May 11, 2019. He drifted off to sleep and crossed the bridge in our home, in my husband’s arms with me kissing his head, and surrounded by family that loved him so much. Our home and our lives will never be the same. There are no words that can describe how we are feeling now. Our little family is now one member less and our home so quiet without Jake’s raspy bark or his little nails heard across the kitchen floor. Jake was our first rescue. He was almost a year old when we brought him from the shelter. He brought so much laughter, love, and happiness into our lives. He was more than a dog; he was a very special boy who touched all who met him. He was my shadow. He would lick my tears away when I cried, and dance with me when I was happy. For nearly15 years he was such a huge part of our family. He was kind, loving, compassionate, funny, smart, adoring and loyal until his last breath. His presence is missed so much in my home, and very missed in our lives. We feel a very large hole in our hearts that cannot seem to be filled. We miss you so much, Jake (my bugga shooz). But, run free and be happy and healthy again. We love you always, my sweet prince and we will see you again at the Rainbow Bridge. ❤️🐾❤️🐾❤️.Pamela and Joe FalconaPittsburgh, PennsylvaniaMay 19, 2019