Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
9/24/2015 - 5/15/2020We lost our sweet Ralphie after a 6 month battle with a rare form of cancer. He was taken from us far too soon at only 4.5 years old, but gave us enough happiness to last a lifetime.Cory AbernethyFalls Church, VirginiaMay 18, 2020
5/1/2004 - 5/15/2020Polar made his first appearance in my circles in 2004 during hurricane season. He had a couple of homes before he came to live with me in 2010. My other cat Molly did not like it at all for the first few months but Polar was easy going, so she eventually accepted him. Polar was no scaredy-cat, he was friendly with all people who came to our place. He was deaf, but it didn't slow him down. He was an adventurer. He could leap to the top of the refrigerator and was a skilled hunter of hapless geckos. He was a loved member of the family for 10 years. Last Friday, I said good bye to him. He will be missed.Sharon JanisSt Petersburg, FloridaMay 18, 2020
2/20/2005 - 5/17/2020To my Dime with all my love, we will miss you. We will remember you and honor you always.Rita KurganOak Forest, IllinoisMay 18, 2020
4/16/2008 - 5/3/2020To my best friend. I will miss you forever. You gave my family all the love and comfort we needed. Life will not be the same without you. I know you are running with the angels chasing tennis balls, rolling in the grass, swimming and digging in the snow. I only wish I could be with you. You will always be in my heart.Kerry DoyleMilwaukee, WisconsinMay 18, 2020
Maggie Mae
10/7/2004 - 5/15/2020We shared a special bond from the first moment. You were the runt of the litter and you just wanted to be loved. We took you home, and loved on you and you instantly connected as my little girl and from then on out we were a team. When you got kennel cough, I spent every day and night with you, holding you in my arms with your head on my shoulder so you could breathe easier and nursed you through it. Over the years, you anxiously awaited my coming home every day from work, the first to greet me and talk endlessly about how much you missed me. Through your senior years, I tried to give back to you all the love and understanding you gave to me. we took slower walks, I carried you when your legs just couldn't hold you up, once again, I stayed up at night with you because your mind didn't want to sleep all night any longer.... we were still a team until the very last day. Quarantine 2020 allowed me to work from home with you by my side every day and the day Dr. Kelly came to visit, was a typical nap by the office door waiting for mom..... and as you took your peaceful nap, and we hugged and kissed you, you closed your eyes. You may have physically left me, but you are forever in my heart and by my side.Shannon ThompsonEdgewater, MarylandMay 18, 2020
3/3/2007 - 5/16/2020Our dear Bella will be so missed. We all have a pain in our hearts . We hope Bella is pain free and runnin the fields.. We love you BellaDebbie MIllerwading river, New YorkMay 18, 2020
8/28/2005 - 5/13/2020Our sweet Rocky boy, we miss you so much. We are so lucky to have had you in our lives for almost 15 years and you will always be a special part of our family. We will forever cherish the time that we got to spend with you even though it felt like it was too short. It was so comforting hearing your collar jingle as you walked around the house. We will miss taking you on walks around the circle and seeing you roll around in the grass as happy as could be.

Regardless of what hard situation came your way, you were always so cheerful and strong. No one could ever replace you and all the fun memories that we had together. You are forever in our hearts until we meet again. Run free buddy, we love you forever.
Moseley, VirginiaMay 18, 2020
12/23/2011 - 5/15/2020My big ole sweet boy. You were the world to me. You brought me nothing but joy and happiness. I believe you truly did more for me then i did for you. I new from the time i saw your photo at the Humane Society that you were meant to be with me, and i wasn’t wrong about that. You were always the first thing i saw every morning and the last before i went to bed. Nothing made me happier then seeing your face when i came home from work, and even better the days i had off with you. I will miss you singing to fire sirens, and how nothing every seemed to bother you from thunderstorms to earthquakes. You were my rock, and i just don’t Know what i will do with out you in my life. My world has become very empty since you passed. However i know you are now out of pain and your last few days were very hard. I hope i brought you some of the joy that you brought me. I will always love you.Brad IrwinSalt Lake City, UtahMay 18, 2020
11/29/2004 - 5/8/2020Tati was a sweet, loving Miniature Pinscher. Contrary to what is usual with that breed she was super friendly even to children. There were two different kids who were afraid of dogs and over time Tati brought them around to loving dogs - one even got one as a pet. She was a important part of our family since our child is grown and it was just the two of us (hubby and me) at home. She was very attached to me and used to wait on a hill at the end of the driveway for me to get home. She was also a pain at times - she never was fully potty trained and we had to put pads in the house for her to use and she still didn't always use them! But we still loved her and miss her so much. She has a full, long life (15.5 years) and it was so hard to have to let her go. We will always miss you Tati!Virginia HelmendachKnoxvilleq, TennesseeMay 17, 2020
Teddy Traveler
11/1/2006 - 5/15/2020The day I came to pick you up and I opened your kennel we both knew that this was a match made in heaven! You have been a pure joy to have as a companion for the past 13 yrs. We have walked the fields together, played fetch and taken vacations together over the years and always had a smile on your face. I have taken tons of pictures of you in silly hats and shirts and you always were always smiling no matter what I put on you. You were loved by all the neighbors and kept then laughing with the way you would steal rags out of their garage or coffee mugs and veggies from their compost bin. You loved to eat vegetable and would often help yourself to peppers or tomatoes in the garden. Buddy and Scooter your fur cat brothers will miss sleeping with you on a cold night. I will miss seeing your sweet face each time I came thru the door. Rest in peace my loyal friend until we meet again I will carry the memory of in my you heart!Sharon HazeltonMonroe, MichiganMay 17, 2020