Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
12/21/2006 - 11/27/2020Rascal, what can I say except you saved my life...literally. This house is so quiet without you. You were a light for all of us and we mourn the loss of you. I just want you back to hear you bark at me one more time, to watch you lick your sisters ears and grumble when she did the same. You are an amazing friend and my heart is broken you are not here. So many things that have changed since you have been gone they seem mundane without the joy and comfort you brought too them. You will always be in our hearts as your soul left and indelible mark upon us. Rest in peace my handsome little man, I know you are no longer suffering and that alone gives me some small semblance of peace. I love you Deekums.Michelle FranksKenosha, WisconsinNovember 30, 2020
5/13/2011 - 11/29/2020Pippa is always with us.Jay SmallOrlando, FloridaNovember 30, 2020
9/10/2008 - 11/29/2020Layla we love you so much and are thankful for all the crazy lessons your taught us. Thank you for choosing us and for being part of our family. We sure did enjoy our journey with you. Coming home or leaving will never be the same without you.Amber MadmoniCape Coral, FloridaNovember 30, 2020
4/20/2008 - 11/28/2020Hooch, Hoochie, Mr. Hooch, Hooch Pooch, we miss you buddy. But we know you’re back with Stella Lynn and maybe reunited with dogs/humans you knew before you came to us. You were the best. Thank you for your unconditional love and sweetness!!Kris CloseFredonia, OhioNovember 30, 2020
5/1/2003 - 11/29/2020Pearl was my best friend and faithful companion for 17+ years. She was the sweetest, kindest, most cuddly fur ball any cat lover could ask for. She was happiest on my lap and when she was playing, sun bathing, or napping with her sister Opal (like she is the picture). She lived an active life and was a source of emotional support for our family during our most difficult times.
Pearl had feline renal disease and we did our absolute best to help her as best we could. She made it 15 months past a bad medical scare last year. She fought as hard as she could until the very end.
Her passing was a beautiful and peaceful moment - the sun came out - and she was surrounded by everything she loved most of all.
She has left this world but she is alive and well in our hearts and in our memories.
She is a part of our family forever - and we are a part of her always.
I never wanted to say goodbye to my love, Pearl - so I won't - I will think instead that she has transformed herself into something even more splendid and graceful than the beautiful creature I shared life with for 17 years.

We will love you forever Pearl,
Mom, Dad, and Opal
Alissa WallerCharlotte, North CarolinaNovember 30, 2020
7/4/2010 - 11/20/2020When you adopt a pet you never really think about the moment you’ll have to say good bye. You only think about the joy and love you’re going to bring to their lives for what you believe will be forever.

Chron was my best friend. I told him everything these past 10 years. When I was upset, he knew, when I was depressed, he laid sprawled across me, when I went through traumatic life experiences, his calming purr was the first to show me that I was going to make it through. He genuinely loved me, when I did nothing to deserve it.

I’ve learned over these past few weeks of all the friends Chron truly had. All of the lives he was a part of, all of the memories people had of him. Chron was a part of me as well as all of my friendships.

We spent his last days at wintergreen, a special place to us both. He was loved, cuddled, and reminded of just how important he was.

Today I said good bye as he looked at me and we watched his sweet soul leave his body. In our bedroom, on his favorite Sherpa blanket, he peacefully drifted away. He’s no longer suffering and that brings me peace. I’ll miss you sweet prince.

A familiar is any being who’s soul connects with yours, without any force or effort. Today I lost that earthly yet immensely spiritual soul bond too soon. I’m so blessed that you were mine. Thank you for moving and breathing through the chaos of this world with me. I know your spirit will continue to guide me and I’ll learn to feel you close, yet again.

That mass on your heart was never expected, and I’m sorry there was nothing else I could have done but tell you that you were loved as you slipped away.

Thank you for making You are free now. I love you, always, in all ways.
Amanda WillisAshburn, VirginiaNovember 30, 2020
10/1/2008 - 11/28/2020Chewy we are so happy that you are no longer in pain and had a beautiful crossing on Saturday. You were by no doubt the best dog and you were so loved by your family. You passed so quickly and it is still a shock that you are gone. We all loved you so much and we know that you are playing and running freely in the woods in Vermont. You were such a free spirit and such a loyal companion. Life without you is going to be tough and there is definitely a hole in our family without you here.Lyn WittBethesda, MarylandNovember 30, 2020
6/22/2003 - 11/28/2020Pisces, you were only with us for a short time, but you brought lots of love and simple joys into our home. You served as a daily reminder about what truly matters in life. You asked for very little and gave your unconditional love and loyalty in return. We suspect you were a mommy before you found us, because you cared for us like we were your kittens - gave us sweet hand baths, nuzzled us and provided comfort when we were feeling low. You were such a special girl, and you will be forever loved by our family. We miss you so much.Mary JurczynskiPonte Vedra, FloridaNovember 30, 2020
7/21/2012 - 11/28/2020Everyone loved Zeus. He was a beautiful Rottweiler and at 150lbs he was a puppy at heart. Not an aggressive or mean bone in his body. Many hearts are broken st his passing. He had many friends and a fan club.Tammi MoralesTampa, FloridaNovember 29, 2020
Joe Boxer
12/16/2009Knowing it was the right thing doesn't make it easier

Joe gave us/me 11 years of unconditional love

It wasn't just me, he won the heart of anyone who met him, there was a undeniable gentle goodness and sweetness about him

He brought a smile to my face & heart every day

He was my snuggler, my protector, my boy, my big brown bear and by my side like a shadow

He could simply look at me and with just a glance of his loving eyes & say it all and I would melt

He wasn't my first, but he was and always will be my one and only "Heart Dog" and I know life will never be the same without him ...
Jacqueline NormandinDracut, MassachusettsNovember 29, 2020