Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
2/22/2008 - 7/8/2017Bodhi, you had a presence about you that can’t be put into words, and to us you were, and will remain, ‘the best cat ever.’ You entered our lives and our hearts on August 12, 2011, when you were three, and we knew instantly that you were destined to be part of our family. You were the smartest little guy we have ever known. We will miss our conversations; your soft furry tail brushing against our legs; and how you always came to our side when we called you. I can still see you by the back door where you liked to stretch out on your blanket, and watch the birds and the squirrels in our garden. Your beloved perch near our front window is so empty now. I see you next to your Daddy, your paw outstretched over his arm as he read in bed. Thank you for marking your favorite spots the day before you passed. Did you know? Thank you for being the best older brother to your feline brother Timofei. He sniffed you goodbye after you passed. We are comforted that we told you, and showed you how much we loved you every day, and that you returned that love; and that we found a way to have you leave us peacefully, without pain, or stress as you passed at home with your human Daddy and Mommy by your side. We will love you forever, and cherish our lives with you always. The love we shared with you will never die. It remains forever. After you passed, there was a light rain and, there in the sky was a Rainbow. God Bless you, sweet Bodhi, as you cross the Rainbow Bridge.Max and Anita CrandallLambertville, New JerseyJuly 10, 2017
7/9/2017Lilly was the sweetest little grey kitty. She loved being outside, and followed me around when I was gardening and working in the yard. She loved to bring me little gifts, mostly mice and she was so proud of herself. She was a friendly kitty as she seemed to greet anyone who came to the house. For such a tiny little cat she was fearless and smart. We got to enjoy her for 9 years of her 17 year life. She really loved my husband and son, and spent a many a night laying on my husbands chest, staring at him and purring. We will miss her and we loved her.Sandy SmallwoodNicholasville, KentuckyJuly 10, 2017
3/23/2002 - 7/9/2017To my loving Duke...You were the sweetest little boy I could have ever asked for. Loving and playful, you were a momma's boy. I took you everywhere. Thank you for blessing us with over 15 years of happiness. I picture you right now running around, jumping and playing. I saw a rainbow this morning and immediately thought of you. You will forever be in my heart as my first baby. I love you so much and miss you so much. Till we see each other again.Sharyn RosinaCoral Springs, FloridaJuly 10, 2017
09/15/2002 - 7/4/2017Smooch the Pooch was the best mutt of a dog in the entire world. We found her at the Broward Humane society and fell in love instantly. She was a happy, curious, hearty and very loveable dog-hence the name Smooch. Never shy to give dog kisses. She will be forever missed in our home and joins her big sister Molly in heaven. Until we meet again on that rainbow bridge, hugs & love good ole' adorable Smooch.Jeanie RowanPembroke Pines, FloridaJuly 10, 2017
8/13/2006 - 7/7/2017The last few years of his life were tough - he had a hard fought battle with cancer that eventually led to seizures and involved multiple surgeries and a long list of daily medications. Through it all he never lost his sweet spirit. Orion loved the couch, belly rubs, treats, and playing with a laser pointer. But more than anything he loved being around me, and I loved being around him. Our house is quiet now without him, a very deafening silence, and there little holes all over the house where his beds used to lay. Orion will always hold a special place in my heart. I will always treasure our final day together - spending one last day at the park and being able to spoil him with a cheeseburger feast.Tim Loop-TappAvondale Estates, GeorgiaJuly 9, 2017
Gordo (gordy) Fehr
12/5/2003 - 7/8/2017We are so glad you adopted us, Gordy. You have been the best pup and we are endlessly grateful for your unconditional love and companionship. You are so dearly missed, but we are so happy that you are finally running pain free in fields, probably chasing a deer or two, romping with friends, and eating treats with abandon. We love you.Scott, Andrea, & Kyle FehrChesterfield, MissouriJuly 9, 2017
4/1/2009 - 7/7/2017Lucy was an amazing member of our pack, along side our boxer Titan and cat Phoenix. She enjoyed guarding the house against strangers, protecting Titan at daycare, roughhousing with Phoenix, and letting small children hug her. Lucy was a rescue, but she didn't let that stop her from being one of the most loving dogs we've ever met. We only got to spend 4 years with her, but she got to enjoy some of the best years of our lives so far including our wedding and a cross country move so she could play in the snow! We will never forget you and the joy and love you brought to our home Lucy! You have earned your rest in peace.Matt CleveBrighton, MichiganJuly 9, 2017
3/15/2002 - 7/2/2017It's been one week since our sweet 15 year old Yellow lab Tucker went to the Rainbow Bridge, I can only now look at pictures and write about him. He was not "just a dog". He helped our family through some really tough times, and it was an honor to take care of him for 15 years. Tucker gave us way more than we gave him. My heart is broken, but I am glad he is now pain free and running the hills with his dog friends. Rest in Peace sweet boy.

I wish I would have found Lap of Love sooner, and that our Vet would have suggested it. It would have helped so much, but thankful were able to keep Tucker at home during his transition. I hope more vets get on board with Dog Hospice instead of just throwing meds at the situation. I will be an ambassador for Lap of Love for my friends.
Lisa AllisonKirkland, WashingtonJuly 9, 2017
11/24/2004 - 7/3/2017Tucker - you were the most beautiful gentle boy with a heart of gold. From your floppy ear to your massive paws you had a presence that will not be forgotten. You were loved and doted on by everyone that ever had the pleasure of meeting you. How much I enjoyed the days were we would play fetch and snuggle together while you were the loyal guardian of our family. There is an emptiness without you here; no squeaking of toys or of clicking of paws. I know that you have made it to a better place and are chasing your red Kong ball with your youthful spirit back. Our family is forever changed by the love and devotion you showed us. We will always cherish the time we were able to share together. "No longer by my side but forever in my heart."Kristeen CrawfordIndian Trail, North CarolinaJuly 9, 2017
06/02/2005 - 07/03/2017Ivey was a very loving boxer and never met a human stranger! She loved her brother, Jackson (sheltie), sister Lily (boxer) and the newest addition Arlo (mix breed brother). She loved to give kisses both real and air if she couldn't get in close enough. She was with me for 12 years through some very trying times in my life and always brought joy to my life. She was a snuggly little girl! She also was a very wiggly boxer. She did the kidney bean dance when you would walk into the door! Up until the last few months she was still full of energy and loved playing with her brothers and sister. She will be surely missed not only by myself, but also her puppy family and my human family! We love you so much Ivey and hope you are playing with Andy again!Lindsay HerringtonCharlotte, North CarolinaJuly 8, 2017