Pet Memorials
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1/3/2008 - 12/26/2019FREYJA
January 3, 2008 – December 26, 2019

Precious Princess Freyja, the bestest girl in the WHOLE world!! Freyja, you heard these words for almost 12 years. It is so strange to have said them for the last time.
Scott, aka Hot Dog, (my little brother), came with hot dogs at 2:23 am and you decided to go home with him. I know you loved and missed him. Now, no more pain, endless swimming in the river that you loved.
You and your brother saved me this last decade. Losing my family but having you two, keeps me getting up in the morning. Now I have only your brother to take care of.
Forgive me all the chances for cuddles, pats, treats, not taken; he will have them and extra for you. Forgive me if you were sick or hurting and I didn't see it or do enough to help. Forgive the harsh words when I was frustrated with someone/thing else. Forgive me my lapses and my faults. I was so lucky to have you.
From the first puppy kisses and breath to the last time we talked and I hugged you and stroked you, I Loved You with all my heart and soul. Thank you for Loving me. Thank you for your perky ears and head tilts, for your head drops, tushi raisings and tail wags. Thank you for your smiles, chuckles and games.
Thor is realizing you're not coming home to us. He is so sad. We both miss you so very much. You went so fast and we didn't have time to adjust.
Please come and get me, when it's time. You and all the wonderful puppies and kitties I've been blessed with, come and take me across the Rainbow Bridge so I can be with you always. My most precious Freya princess.

Freyja, mama loves you!!
Mary FraseirMarine on St Croix, MinnesotaJanuary 9, 2020
Princess Sophie
2/14/2014If there is one word that could sum up EVERYTHING about our Princess Sophie, it would be the word 'TENACIOUS'!!! Her stubbornness brought many different lessons in our lives ... She brought laughter and alot of tears!
She had so much to say!
Any Mobley AndersonMartinsville, IndianaJanuary 9, 2020
2/14/2005 - 1/7/2020KOOOOOOOOOOOOHANA!! 😄

“How lucky am I to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.” Yesterday morning, I had to say goodbye to my little kitty and best friend for the last 15 years. I don't know how many busloads of orphans I must have saved in a past life to get her as my reward in this one, but I've never felt as grateful for anything as having her grace my life. Just an absolute fireball of personality and always made sure she had the last word/meow. One of the most effervescent and loving souls I'll ever come across, she never met a lap she didn't want to sit and purr in, everyone was a friend or just someone she hadn't met yet...especially if you were allergic. And somehow she was better around kids than I am, figure that one out. Whether it was a great or horrendous day, getting to come back home to her raspy Rod Stewart meow and RBT (resting bitch tail) was without fail the best part of every single one of them. She was always in for some purring and a few hand licks whenever she knew I was struggling.

I tried not to be all single-mom-with-only-one kid proud of her by wedging a story about her into every conversation I had, but I'll be damned if there is anyone I've been more proud of in my life. I can't thank family and friends enough (along with like half of my anesthesia class!) for helping me look after this little angel over the years...she loved you all and it will always mean the world to me. Hopefully she gave you all a few smiles along the way. Tonight, give your loved ones (furry or not) an extra little face snuggle for Kohana and me.
Greg McPheterHampton, VirginiaJanuary 8, 2020
4/30/2010 - 1/5/2020Chayse you are missed so much! We are trying to adjust to life without you around. Everything reminds us of you. The back yard, the lake, the UPS driver, the mailman, every room you laid in--everything! You had such a beautiful heart and was loved by so many! You got diagnosed with insulinoma last fall and just was not the same anymore. They said the cancer spread to your liver. You even became paralyzed and was not able to stand up or walk for a few hours a few days before you were laid to rest. We seen your suffering. We seen that you looked weary from the cancer taking over your body. We seen you struggle to walk. Although we wish you were still here with us we knew it was the best decision to finally let you rest. Your baby brother misses you so much too! He has been looking for you. We love you with all of our hearts! Until we meet again sweet boy.....
Mom & Dad
Michelle BooneHolly, MichiganJanuary 8, 2020
11/17/2006 - 1/4/2020On January 4th, my sweet boy made his way across the rainbow bridge, with all of his favorite people surrounding him. Bo was loved by so many people & never failed to show his love right back - with a tail wage, a couple kisses & a nudge or 2, all at once. Our family was blessed to share our lives with him for 13 years. His passing as been difficult, to say the least... but, we will continue to celebrate his life & hold cherished memories close to our hearts.
Bo, thank you for being the BEST "Brown" to everyone you met. I love you, mostest.
Ally CoxRichmond, VirginiaJanuary 8, 2020
4/1/2002 - 1/7/2020Gabriel was the kindest, sweetest dog I’ve ever known. He loved every person and dog he ever met. I will miss his sweet, furry face and the way he used to sniff around the house. He loved attention and was always ready to play. He loved his green ball and the backyard. I will cherish my memories of Gabriel in my heart forever. He was so loved by me, Jeffrey, Olivia and Conrad. We will miss him dearly. We were so lucky to have such a loving, sweet dog for eleven years of his 18 year long life. His first owner, Barbara, loved him so much too. He brought so much happiness into our lives. We will love him forever.Christina SkatzkaPinellas Park, FloridaJanuary 8, 2020
8/18/2009 - 12/27/2019We adopted Alyssa, a Wheaten Terrier, in February of 2016 from Senior Pet and Animal Rescue. She was a show dog and not a typical dog, so she had been handed around to at least four homes in the past year. before getting to SPAR. Alyssa was more cat than dog, but in our years together had learned how to be a regular dog. She had a very sweet disposition and loved people. Alyssa taught us so much and gave us so much joy and love. She loved car rides and running errands hanging out on the front porch and even joined us on some bike rides in a dog carrier. Alyssa and our mailman became very close buddies. She had her own entourage of dogs and owners, who visited her regularly as they went past our porch, and through her, we got to know our neighbors after years of living on the block. Unfortunately, she developed a very aggressive sarcoma in her mouth and soft palate. We only had three months after the diagnosis to enjoy her and keep her comfortable, which she was until the end. Dr. Hederick came for her euthanasia and was so kind and caring; she made the worst task an owner has to do, very special. The house is so empty without Alyssa and I especially miss rubbing her ears and giving her kisses. Although we are sad, remembering her always brings a smile to my heart.Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaJanuary 8, 2020
4/25/2015 - 1/3/2020Elvis was my baby. He was the best companion anyone could ask for. I had him for 15 wonderful years and I feel so thankful for that.Nicole McCarthyST PETERSBURG, FloridaJanuary 8, 2020
12/8/2008 - 1/6/2020Sadie was the best dog in the world. Everyone loved her. She was and will always be my heart. I will miss her forever. We had a lot of fun together for those 11 years.Susan SchudePearland, TexasJanuary 8, 2020
12/6/2003 - 1/6/2020Logan, you were the best dog anyone could have ever hoped for. We rescued you when you needed a home, and in return you have rescued us every day since. You will be truly missed. We love you old man. XOXOXSt Augustine, FloridaJanuary 7, 2020