Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
8/15/2004 - 10/17/2019Your presence I miss, Your memory I treasure, Loving you always, Forgetting you neverHannah AuldNew Albany, OhioOctober 18, 2019
1/27/2005 - 10/17/2019Cero was with me for my entire adult life. I adopted her in college and named her Zero after Jack Skellington’s dog. She grew with me through my last years of college and 13 years of teaching. She grew with me as I became a mom to 3 children. She moved with me many times. She loved me and I loved her. My kids and I are going to miss her immensely. Mi youngest daughter told her “te amo, mi Cerito” before she passed yesterday and my son said “adios Cero” as we left the empty house this morning, my oldest and I exchanged looks and silently decided to let him say goodbye to our Cero even if she wasn’t there.

Te amamos, Cerito. Ya te extraño.
Ashley ChacónBerwyn, IllinoisOctober 18, 2019
4/10/2006 - 10/16/2019My sweet Bella, I know you’re in doggy heaven and I will see you again sometime but you were the best thing In my life and am missing you terriblySheree ColonnaMoon, PennsylvaniaOctober 18, 2019
8/6/2009 - 10/17/2019Emma, was our little queen. She will live on in our hearts forever. She taught us that life is full of many wonders and that every day we should smell the flowers, kiss the butterflies, and always take time to share our love with those we love.
She never missed a chance to show us how special we were to her. I will deeply miss the sound of her little paws following me wherever I went, the softness of her fur, and the warmth of her touch. The house, and the heart, is much emptier without her.

Our amazing baby girl was the greatest gift and enriched our lives daily. Caring for her was our pleasure. God Bless you Miss Emma..
Angela KosmasNaples, FloridaOctober 18, 2019
7/1/2008 - 10/5/2019From scared feral to loving little girl. You took a part of our hearts with you when you went to heaven. Thank you for all the laughs. Thank you for trusting us to take care care of you, watch over you and love you.Karen MillerDeerfield beach, FloridaOctober 17, 2019
5/15/2008 - 9/7/2019Forever in our hearts. Run free, Auggie. We will meet you at Rainbow Bridge.Blaine and Jennifer EadsCarmel, IndianaOctober 17, 2019
9/10/2008 - 9/30/2019I had to say goodbye to my sweet girl today. For the last 12 years she did more for me than I could ever put into words. My heart is broken but I know you are in a better place, Cinnamon.
Thank you for all the laughs... and cries together. You were the best pup a girl could ever ask for and I will never forget you. I hope you’re feasting on endless peanut butter ritz crackers already! ‘So when tomorrow starts without me, don’t think we are far apart. For every time you think of me, I’m right there in your heart.’ I love you Cinny💔❤️ P.s
Thank you for giving me one last big smile👼
Kelsey SchafferMarlton, New JerseyOctober 16, 2019
7/25/2009 - 10/9/2019To our boy Finnie,

There are some who would say that writing this note makes no sense. After all, you aren’t a reader; preferring the outdoors as a source for entertainment and knowledge.

Those holding that view, though, don’t know you the way we do, your mom and me.

Like any communication between us, the language and format are unimportant. A letter, a whisper, a hug, a look, a moment of silent closeness. In all these, meaning flows in a vocabulary that has no need for structure; no clumsy limits.

Despite your intolerance for reading, and despite your being a dog, and even despite your having departed us, Finnegan, I know that my words reach you now. As they always have. As they always will. Thoughts, like these assembled, bridge our universes. I only need to steer these thoughts from my heart to yours.

You are that miracle. A wonderful example for every creature living this journey together. For each of us, the odds of existing at all are hundreds of trillions to one. How then is it that so few set your example? You were born into indifference; cast aside coldly, and cruelly left unable to show your deeply genuine, trusting, and loving heart. But you were driven by a right to live a purposeful life. You fought. You survived. You never gave up as it would have been so easy to do. As so many have done. Your miracle, Finnegan, is your determination to have joy and to bring joy. To never feel sorry for yourself. To never give up until you face existence on an even footing and declare that whatever may come next in life for you, it’s yours to live. My boy, you’ve shown us all.

You have suffered under human ugliness, and blossomed in the fullest embrace of love and caring. You prefer love.

As I watched you grow and learn to become whom you were meant to be, I was amazed that there was always more joy unlocked year after year. No matter how the echoes of your early life took their toll on your body later, still there was an ocean of warmth, kindness, generosity, and serenity that poured out of you into everyone who met you. For if they really listened to you, and spoke through the separation to your heart, they knew you, and they were drawn to you.

Children love you the most. I think because children are like tuning forks of the eternal connection we all share. They can hear the vibrations, and feel from you the healing soul. They must sense that only someone who has been so wounded can truly heal, and only someone who has recovered from being unloved can offer love so willingly.

I have to resist a temptation here to attempt to relive with you in this letter some of our best experiences and times together. There are too many, and you know I’d forget the best ones and tell the others badly. For what it’s worth, I’ll tell anyone wanting to know more about you that they only need to picture how it feels on a sunny day. Feel the sun. Smell the air. Let the breeze wash over. Pause. In that moment is your gift. Like a rechargeable battery, you take in joyfulness from the simplest of life’s moments, store it, and then discharge it in a pure form on those fortunate enough to know you, bringing them sunny days even on the coldest of nights.

Finnegan, you are my son, my boy. Just as your brothers are. All my boys. I’m proud to be your dad. Your mom loves you beyond words. We regret only there wasn’t enough time to give you more and to see you continue your transformation. Our sadness, though acute now, pales beside our great fortune to have received your love these years. Thank you so much.

None of us will again howl alone or lonely. This is not goodbye - because you did it. You won. You prove that even the least of us can achieve what we’re all here for; Finnegan, you matter.

Dad & Mom
Lori KniselyEden Prairie, MinnesotaOctober 16, 2019
11/19/2004 - 9/9/2019Cagey is Missed so very much every day!!! Not a day goes by that I don't feel like a Huge chunk of my heart went with Cage over the Rainbow Bridge. I never thought the day would come when I would be saying goodbye forever to my dearly beloved son.
Cagey had the most beautiful soul. He was so kind and sweet, generous beyond words. He would show how delighted he was to see me, even if I was only gone for 10 minutes. He would need to greet me with a toy or some fuzz he picked off the carpet and present it as a token of his affection for his mommy. Cagey would always leave a few treats behind hidden in his blanket for his brother to find and enjoy. He would growl, " I LOVE YOU" with every kiss I planted on his beautiful face. He would moo for Cheese and run around the house in utter delight when I made him a meal his taste buds found appealing.
Cagey wasn't just any dog, he was the BEST son a mother could have. I Love him with all my heart and soul. I am hoping he can feel my love in the heavens and know he was blessed with a mother that will continue to adore him from afar. I hate that he isn't here any longer to smile at me as I showered him with love and give him the hugs and kisses I so desire to provide. My heart misses him so bad.
Tara GatesChalfont, PennsylvaniaOctober 16, 2019
9/28/2011 - 10/5/2019Mi Cesar, my big baby... It has been over a week and we miss you so much. it hurts not to have you around. At times I find myself hoping you'll come out and jump on me as you did every morning to say hello and sweet kisses. I hear your collar jingle as I open and close the door and breaks my heart we will no longer see you run up to us. You marked our lives forever Cesar. Letting you go was one of the hardest decisions I've had to make. Your Big sister Piper misses you too. She wonders where you've been. You will forever be in our hearts. Until we meet again my sweet Cesar.Maria Lorena CedenoFairfield, CaliforniaOctober 16, 2019