Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
10/14/2002 - 4/13/2017We love you so much Mandy....Forever in our hearts.. Play at the Rainbow Bridge with Abbey, Cooper and all of the others. Rest in Peace Sweet Girl......Janice Van OrdenHowell, New JerseyApril 18, 2017
4/30/2017 - 4/14/2017Ben, you were our four legged dynamo who survived so much in the 16 years you shared with us. Your life lessons of survival did not go unnoticed. Always there with kisses, bright eyes and eager for the next adventure, you made our lives so much fuller. We are truly better human beings due to your presence in our lives. The outpouring of love and shared loss from those you befriended over the years has somewhat eased the ache in our hearts but you will always be there. We know you had to move on but we look forward to our reunion at the rainbow bridge outside the gates of heaven.Randy & Johnnie Beck-WarrenAtlanta, GeorgiaApril 17, 2017
Heidi Young
6/6/2008 - 4/15/2017Dearest Heidi brought immense joy and love into our lives. She loved everyone upon first glance yet felt she needed to be in charge of everything. Always having to be first so she could be sure it was safe, barking at the mis-behaving donkeys or horse so they would behave. Chasing squirrels back up the trees and making sure the armadillos stayed away. She was always so happy and well behaved. We were so very blessed with our time with you, it will never be long enough. Love you forever, Mom and DadGwen YoungOcala, FloridaApril 17, 2017
11/20/2003 - 4/14/2017Sweet Butters, you were a fun-loving, head-strong girl with the softest fur and best kisses. You loved running and swimming, eating and good naps. You will always be in our hearts and memories, until we meet again.Chris & Barb KingIrving, TexasApril 17, 2017
Zeus Schleede
5/15/2017 - 4/15/2017RIP my beloved Zeus of 18 years. I don't hardly know what life is without you. He was the most reliable companion, very playful in this younger days chasing my feet around the house. He was very loyal and demonstrated his unconditional love to me on a daily basis. Oh I will miss your cuddles.

After 7 years of battling chronic kidney disease, his disease progressed to Stage 4 recently and finally after getting into an almost catatonic state I knew it was time to say goodbye.

We have moved over 10 times and lived in Michigan, Indiana, Chicago, Hong Kong and Seattle. And I don't how a home can be a home without him. You are well loved.
Kristine SchleedeShoreline, WashingtonApril 17, 2017
04/10/2001 - 4/10/2017Daisy was one of a litter of kittens born outside under a deck to a feral cat. Ordinarily, this might not be a good thing, but this particular deck is in the backyard of a wonderful, caring couple, good friends of ours, who managed to trap all the kittens, along with their mama, and had them spayed or neutered. When it came time to find homes for the kittens, Tom and I decided to take the two sisters, and we named them Daisy and Pansy.

Daisy was the bigger sister, but despite her size and dominant nature, she was a scaredy-cat and would hide whenever someone visited. With us, while not a lap cat, Daisy was affectionate and loved to be petted. She slept on the bed most nights and her loud snorting often kept us awake. A favorite napping spot was on the back of the couch behind Tom, where she would wrap her tail around his neck like an orange scarf while he read the newspaper. She liked rolling around on her soft catnip-filled toys, looking out the window from the top perch of the tall cat tree in the bedroom, and butting heads with Tom, especially if his hair was still wet from a shower.

Of course, many cats hate to be put in their carrier and hate being at the vets, and Daisy was no exception. She would cry pitifully in the car on the way there, and was completely fearful and submissive when she was on the examination table. Easier for the vet to handle her, but very sad to see her so scared. Over the past few years, Daisy accumulated multiple health issues including kidney disease and, finally, cancer. She went downhill very quickly over her last week, and we knew that taking her to her regular vet would be extremely upsetting for her and stressful for us. We called Lap of Love, a decision that made the whole heartbreaking experience a little easier.

Daisy died on her 16th birthday. She was our sweet, beautiful girl and we loved her very much. I know she was lucky to have been rescued from what might have been a tough, short life as a feral cat, but I feel that we were the lucky ones to have had her in our lives. Thanks to Lap of Love and Dr. Steven Schultz, her passing was peaceful and pain-free. Daisy, we miss you terribly and will remember you forever.
Donna DavidoffKenmore, NYApril 17, 2017
Toby Aka Mr. Boy
3/1/1995 - 4/14/2017Our sweet Mr. Boy filled our hearts with so much love ❤️ Even the people that are not pet people loved him and accepted him as family.Mary RomanoGlen Mills, PennsylvaniaApril 16, 2017
2/9/2003 - 3/22/2017Mackenzie, Mackie, my little doodlebug, mama's baby.... you were the best dog ever. You came into our lives as a rescue and the vet estimated your age between a year and a half to 2 years old. I saw you on the web and just had to have you. I somehow looked into those eyes and knew you were mine. You were so frightened and skiddish as we drove home. you did not interact with us for a few days but warmed up to us slowly and cautiously.You slept at the end of the bed until you no longer could jump up. You sat on the couch with me until you could no longer jump up. Then you could no longer come up the stairs but waited to greet me as I made my way down the stairs in the morning. You were also waiting to greet me everyday when I came home from school. You stood in the kitchen with tail wagging vigorously and doing the Happy Dance. I miss all these good things about you. I think about you everyday . I miss you so.Kathy CimatoOak Hill, VirginiaApril 16, 2017
5/5/2006 - 3/27/2017Rest in Peace Maximo
My wife, Luda has some last words for Maxie from a poem:

If tears could build a stairway,
and memories a lane.
I would walk right up to Heaven
and bring you back again.
Too big are their
Hearts, to short
Are their lives.
Lucky MaceCharlotte, North CarolinaApril 16, 2017
5/1/2000 - 4/14/2017I am blessed to have had our cat Bagheera in our lives for 17 years, but today my BFF (best furry friend) went to heaven to chase really big squirrels. It's so hard to say goodbye. Hug your fur babies for me today. This quote really touched my heart: "I have felt cats rubbing their face on mine and touching my cheek with claws carefully sheathed. These things to me, are expressions of love." James HerriotDeb BarbourEvans, GeorgiaApril 15, 2017