Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
01/17/2008 - 5/16/2019Ami passed away peacefully in our home this morning. We will miss her terribly. They say you get the dog you need, not necessarily the dog (you think you) want... Ami certainly taught us more than we taught her. Rest In Peace, friend....robber of the sofa seats, professional counter surfer, licker of the lasagna plates, defender against all enemies (UPS and FED EX), front-seat driver (barking whenever you took a wrong turn), guardian of the children, and forever our favorite speaker with her eyebrows ...... we love you.

Your Forever Family,

Ron, Melissa, Parker, and Maeli
Melissa ZhissMint Hill, North CarolinaMay 16, 2019
3/21/2001 - 2/5/2019We love you Millie! We know you are running around Heaven with Scrappy, your fellow Border Collie mix (our first), and little ole "Jackson Damien,"--our sweet Jack. You were the sweetest girl from the moment we met, and we just wish we could have loved you for more than our 6 short years together.Maria GeorgeUnion, MissouriMay 16, 2019
01/22/2006 - 5/15/2019Sparky crossed the rainbow bridge knowing that he brought joy and love to many.. He will be dearly missed that all came to know and love him.Dawn KitchenNicholasville, KentuckyMay 16, 2019
Adelaide Imogene Higgins
10/21/2010 - 4/27/2019Adde was always happy, and always liked to cuddle with me. She never like to play (catch), but she was always fun. She was very kind to everyone. She always cheered me up when I was down. I miss her so much.Ben HigginsMatthews, North CarolinaMay 16, 2019
08/27/2007 - 5/15/2019Roko was a special boy that brought joy and happiness to our life and everyone he met. My Big boy Gentle Giant was a huge lover and Loved to be touched and when you stopped petting a large paw would inform you that it was not acceptable. We picked Roko and his sister Kahlua out of a litter and brought them home at 8 weeks old. They were so tiny at 12 and 14lbs. They grew so fast and Roko was 190lbs at his peak weight, Kahlua was at 150lbs. Roko turned heads where ever he went and people Loved him, both him and his sister would travel to my pawnshops and go to work with us every day. Three years earlier we lost his sister Kahlua to Cancer and he went through a huge depression and lost 50lbs. It was so sad seeing my Big boy unhappy. We went on a search for a little sister and chose a Brindle Bulldog named Tigress. She was 12 weeks old when we brought her home and she lit the light in Roko's eyes again. It was as if he was a puppy again and brought tears of joy. We then added Bubbles another 12 week old bulldog to the pack 3 months later. He was the Big brother and they all had the typical sibling Love and Hate relationships. Roko came short of celebrating his 12th Birthday, but lived a long and glorious life as a Loved Mastiff. I cried my eyes out for three days now, but I know that he is running and chasing his sister Kahlua and waiting for all of us to reunite.JARROD MCCLUNGLas Vegas, NevadaMay 16, 2019
Larry welch
6/6/2006 - 5/14/2019In loving memory of my Larry. Larry was a larger than life dog personality. He was my constant companion and friend, and I enjoyed every minute taking care of him. In his last few months he used a wheelchair, which he took to like he had used it his whole life. I can’t wait for the emptiness and heartache I feel right now to be replaced by 13 years of memories of a great life with him. He will live forever in my heart.
I want to thank Dr. Kimberly Moen, the veterinarian from Lap of Love. Larry hated the vet, but loved her. When she came to our house the last day, he stood up to greet her, and kissed her. She gave us all the time we needed, and drove away slowly with our beloved Larry.
Lisa WelchJupiter, FloridaMay 16, 2019
3/14/2004 - 3/22/2018McKenzie had a super quirky personality. I am sure she is in heaven now spreading around those colors. She was definitely a "my way or the highway" type of cat. I remember the day she came into my life with so much energy and spice. I chose her from the back row of kittens because she was staring at me with her beautiful green eyes and I believe she chose me. We were partners in crime from that moment on. She earned her nickname (McKenzieB) primarily because I always pictured her in a Bee suit for some reason. She was always way too curious and got herself into trouble, once injuring her back paw and tearing a tendon. She walked with a limp after that incident which only added to her quirky cute style, but it never slowed her down one bit. I always called her a "Cadog" (slur for Cat and Dog), because she loved to greet you at the door and lay on the floor for some reason. McKenzie passed away over a year ago. She was the first cat that I ever had on my own and went through so many journeys with me, always by my side. Literally she slept faithfully on my hip. McKenzie, you are thought about and missed every single day. We were so blessed to have you in our lives, my hip feels empty without you, but I know you are in a safe place without pain now. I hope to see you again in heaven where I am sure you are pestering your sister Jordan. We love and miss you dearly here on earth.

Your Moms, Mo Lassey, Valentin, Maia, and Jordan (who has since passed on as well)
Angela WarrenSeattle, WashingtonMay 15, 2019
8/17/2003 - 8/4/2018Jordan had a soul that was simply too small for the body she was in. She was such a gentle empathic peaceful creature that knew no boundaries for love. Black and White on the outside, but all the colors of the rainbow on the inside. She was a beautiful tuxedo cat with a perfectly symmetrical "mustache" which earned her so many nick names around the house. (Baby J, Jojaso, Mustache rock, Joji) I always used to tell her that she was so elegant and dressed up all the time. Every night she loyally held my hand to fall asleep with her little white paw next to my pillow. She knew how to find me emotionally and calm pretty much every emotion possible to just let me know that everything was always going to be ok. She had a presence about her that she could intimidate my other cat's in the house with a simple look and a walk away. Truly astounding to watch. She showed the other's in the house what it meant to "mouse" with dog toys that were larger then her. Her strength amazed me even until the day that she had to leave us. It's been almost a year since she passed and I just haven't been able to find the words to express what would capture this cat. I owe her at least some words. Baby Jordan, you are very missed, and always rejoiced. We think of you every day and we were so blessed to have been the humans in your life. Thank you for everything that you gave us. We love you and hope to see you again.

Your Moms, Mo Lassey, Valentin, Maia, and McKenzie (who has also passed)
Angela WarrenSeattle, WashingtonMay 15, 2019
11/24/2005 - 5/10/2019We were planning to adopt a dog and were having trouble with the process. We were out one day and stopped in a pet shop where my sister bought a beautiful puppy, thinking we wanted a younger puppy. Then we saw you and took one look at those eyes, and just knew. I beleive to this day we saved your life as you were an older puppy, less likely to find a forever home. We brought you home and became one of the family instantly. You grew up right along with our children. You brought us more joy and happiness than you will ever know. Nothing made you happier than romping in the snow, drives in the car, walks at the dog beach. the neighborhood , a good nap on your favorite chair, snuggling up on the couch next to me at the end of the night while I watched tv and your favorite treat, peanut butter. I call you my shadow as you never left my side. We looked forward to coming home after an outing knowing you were there to greet us, with your routine of running through the house, then jumping up on us while wagging your little nub of a tail. A true family dog who didn't have a mean bone in your body. You loved everyone, and everyone loved you, commenting on what a sweet, good dog you were. We miss you terribly, but are thankful for all of the memories we have. You were given 3 months to live when diagnosed with mammory gland cancer. We were blessed with almost 2 more years with you . You will always hold a special place in our hearts Pearly girl. We love you and know one day we will meet you again at the rainbow bridge.Amy AmbroseBrick, New JerseyMay 15, 2019
7/8/2011 - 4/17/2019I haven't been able to wrap my head around the fact that I'll never see Doogie again. It's been three weeks now and I'm finally able to submit this. It's still difficult to write about the best friend I've ever had... I miss you so much... I cry everyday and I don't know how this is even real. It all happened so fast, I thought for sure a miracle would happen because you didn't have much time, I just wanted more time. This is too much... I can't do this yet. Doogie was my angel and my best friend and my therapist and my vocal coach and I feel empty without his unconditional love.Joseph SantosPalm Harbor, FloridaMay 15, 2019