Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Daisy Duke
10/3/2003 - 11/26/2015Daisy was the most affectionate dog I've ever known. She loved everyone. She wanted to go meet all the different families at the dog park. She would spend time with one family and then go visit another family, etc. Everyone loved Daisy that met her. She would play so well with her sister and all the other dogs at the dog park. She loved watching the children play at the playgrounds and they would love coming to pet her. They all loved Daisy. She was very special and will be missed for the kind soul that she was.Bev DreslerTemecula, CaliforniaJanuary 3, 2016
5/4/2005 - 12/23/2015Dear Jonathan, all black with a few little white hairs on his belly and his ears. He was so sweet, the nicest cat I ever
had, he never scratched or bit, even if he was playing. He used to perch on the windowsill in our room and watch the birds and cars and people. He looooved going outside, and if I had kept him in, as I promised the shelter I would, he would have been severely depressed. When we first brought him home he got out and disappeared. I thought we had lost him, but we found him two days later, hiding right in our garage. He was close by the whole time, probably watching as we frantically searched, maybe measuring, are these people really the ones who deserve me? He never ran away, but he would disappear at times and I would go all over the neighborhood looking for him. I'd get back home and he'd be sitting under our neighbor's tree that he liked to climb, with this "looking for something?" look, almost smiling. Very nonchalant and subtle, he was. On the other hand, he was like a dog and would come, most of the time, when you called him, bounding across the neighbors' yards, speeding to the door, so sweet. He was independent, like cats are, but he also showed his connection to you at crucial times. When our other cat, Muffin, was sick, he sat vigil by her side in the basement where she had taken up camp.
Melissa ChepuruScarsdale, New YorkJanuary 3, 2016
4/6/2002 - 1/2/2016Dixie was our first "baby" as a couple. A little fur ball that was the runt of her litter. She made life so much fun and traveled with us all over the place. She helped us welcome 2 girls home and loved them as much as we did! Her sweet temperament, barks to greet you, hyper streaks, and overall protector of her family will definitely be missed! It's so hard to know she's gone! Until we meet again sweet Dixie!!Lauren EnloeEdgefield, South CarolinaJanuary 2, 2016
4/26/2002 - 1/1/2016Trustee was a sweet, warm, loving, devoted companion. We brought him home when he was 9 weeks old snuggled into my arms filling the hole left by his predecessor. Everyone who met him instantly fell in love. He was lucky to live alone with two adults who are nuts about our dogs, but he graciously enjoyed his human brothers and sister when they visited. Eventually he became a patient uncle to their little girls.

Trustee always greeted everyone as thought that person was visiting just for him! Even on his last day, with his rear legs failing and his back hurting, he greeted Dr. Jordan with licks to the hand and a cheerful, social hello. I'm sure he knew that Dr. Jordan was there to help us give Trustee the gift that his wonderful life had earned him: a painless and peaceful end to his beautiful days. He gave us so, so much for the 13 1/2 years we were privileged to have him.

So many people loved him. Special thanks to Judy (from puppyhood), and Cyndee (who called him "Ol' Slobberpuss), and Scott and Dave for the special care they gave him. He was popular at the pet spa where he spent our vacations, and was a friendly gentleman in our vet's office. Thank you to all of them for sharing lovely memories of him.

In the last few months Trustee did everything he could to tell us it was time to say good-bye. We loved him so much that we listened. Thank you to Lap of Love and especially to Dr. Jordan for helping Trustee go peacefully from my arms to dog heaven where he will join Tiger, Tibia, Tory and Trooper and lots of dog cousins and Uncle Duke. He will live in our hearts forever.
Sue & Irwin KlauAventura, FloridaJanuary 2, 2016
3/6/2003 - 12/31/2015On December 31, 2015 we had to say goodbye to our Zoe. She leaves behind her brother Max.Ines NunezLas Vegas, NevadaJanuary 2, 2016
6/9/1997 - 12/31/2015In loving memory of Sasha, a beautiful 18 year old cat from Simi Valley, CA. She has seen her Mom through so many changes! As a little kitten, Sasha was raised by a dog, so she played like a puppy (including playing fetch). She was still a kitten when she found her forever Mom and another kitten who became her best friend. They played and snuggled and were constant companions. When he died 1 year ago, Sasha became even closer to Mom, always nearby (even if she didn't like to cuddle). Sasha always liked to take risks, so those 9 lives came in handy! But when her body finally grew tired, her loving Mom gave her the gift of a peaceful goodbye, in the comfort of her own home, propped on her pillows. Rest well, Sasha; you will be missed and remembered.Lisa RowleyWood Ranch, CaliforniaJanuary 2, 2016
1/15/2001 - 4/29/2015Missing you, Sadie. You were so much a part of my life.Cheryl RossiRidley Park, PennsylvaniaJanuary 2, 2016
8/14/2016 - 12/11/2016It has taken me some time to write this memorial. Bongo was a great pet & loved everyone he met. I loved Bongo so much I can only say that he will be missed everyday of my life. I miss his licks & taking him on walks & him following me everywhere I go. I miss him when I hear rain, which he was scared of. I miss him everytime I hear fireworks cause it scared him so much. I love looking at his pics & it puts me at peace knowing he is no longer in pain. I miss u buddy & I love u.Gail AtkinsonWindermere, FloridaJanuary 2, 2016
3/20/2000 - 12/29/2015We added Buddy as a family member when he was 11 weeks old. He was a rescue from Kay's Animal Shelter. He was my "kid with fur". What a sweet boy. My children were 8 and 12 years old when we got Buddy. They grew up together. At age 11 he had to deal with cancer (mast cell tumors) which we surgically removed and he thankfully lived another four years. The cancer returned as a tumor in his mouth at age 15. We had to say goodbye to him this week but he will live in our hearts forever.Brenda DuddyHuntley, IllinoisJanuary 1, 2016
6/28/2001 - 12/18/2015In loving memory of Levi, our sweet golden retriever. Our family is missing his sweet, gentle presence. The hardest thing to do is walk in the front door and not see him there waiting for us, wagging his tail or hearing him bark when my husband comes home. We love you Levi and miss you!Angie ClymerNew Port Richey, FloridaJanuary 1, 2016