Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
12/24/2007 - 7/23/2016Happy was a member of my family, he never realized he was a dog,he was like a child to me and my family, our son, our friend, our most faithful companion. We adopted this beautiful humble baby at the humane society when my daughter saw him she said "this is gonna be my brother" he jumped and bark and wagged his tail happily that's why we named him Happy and happy he was from the first day until his last day. Happy your are our Angel now and we love and miss you every minute.. Thanks to dr.Jordan and Laps of Love for helping us thru this difficult moment you guys are amazing!Yokasta GomezMiramar, FloridaJuly 26, 2016
1/1/2000 - 7/22/2016In loving memory of our sweet Sasha girl. You are already so missed and the house isn't the same without you. I knew this difficult decision had to be made, but oh how I did not want to let you go. I know, though, that it was what you needed. I picture you now in Heaven with no pain, prancing along as you did when you were just a pup and I see you right along side mom!! I'm so happy the two of you can be back together side-by-side; attached at the hip, best friends reunited after 13 years. How I know you're hearts are filled with joy to see each other again and have each others companionship again. Sasha girl, you were such a good dog; so loyal and so strong and brave and courageous. We will forever keep you in our hearts and we will always cherish your memory. Thank you for 16 awesome years! Love, your humans Autumn and Madison and your fur siblings Baxter and Enzo.Autumn SprecherIndianapolis, IndianaJuly 26, 2016
6/22/2011 - 7/16/2016Cara ’s Poem

You see Cats in the corner of your eye slipping by
On important business or ghosting up to you and away
In play.

I see her in my mind's eye in that sunny window chirping like a sparrow or churring like the squirrels she watched
as out of reach to her as
She is now to me.

Cats watch you from the corner of their eye
They ask are you kind?
They ask for just a caress, a handful of love.
Just be kind.

The moon's eye is cold.
At night in bed my back is cold. No Cara purrs there anymore.
At day my heart is cold
No Cara chatters to me anymore.

Oh I see her in the corner of my eye. Almost.
Not really.
Not anymore my little girl cat my little Cara.
Little Cara.
Terry BartonWashington, District of ColumbiaJuly 25, 2016
10/27/2006 - 7/25/2016Well we got you when you where a pup. You gave us so much love. I could not have asked for a better dog you came to us when we needed you. You can now meet your sister Emma. Have fun and no more pain for you.Kim & Jim DunphyBuffalo, New YorkJuly 25, 2016
1/12/2000 - 7/18/2016In loving memory of our special boy "Sam". Our hearts are heavy and this week has been tough without him. Although we know he is no longer in any pain and that we were so fortunate to have him for quite some time (he was 16 1/2 years old). We all miss him greeting us at the door when we got home, always being next to us and even barking incessantly! Sam stole many hearts with his charm. He was so loyal, loving and protective. He truly was amazing and he is forever in our hearts. We love and miss him so much!Alison PaytasWest Hills, CaliforniaJuly 25, 2016
4/5/1998 - 7/20/2016Frankie has been with us since he was a puppy that was fully of energy and love. He was mommys little shadow and followed me everywhere. He has overcome many medical issues and fought through everyone of them. I will miss him terribly and I am also grateful that he was in my life for 18 years.Jennifer AbtLake Grove, New YorkJuly 25, 2016
2/8/2004 - 7/21/2016Sam the Beagle,

Sam is missed very much.
He was always at the door to greeted us when we got home. That is the one thing I miss the most.
He always seems to be in the room that we were in most of the time.
He loved to take long walks up until he was unable to do it. He love play dates, so he could interact with other dogs He was good with other dogs.
Andrea IsenhowerFishers, IndianaJuly 25, 2016
6/5/2004 - 7/22/2016Blackjack was, and always will be, the love of our lives. As a childless couple of thirty two years, he was our only baby. We adopted him when he was four-years-old and got to spend eight years, two weeks, and two and a half days with him. We miss him more than words can say, and although the pain of his absence is great, we are happy he’s no longer suffering.Kim CanoRolling Meadows, IllinoisJuly 25, 2016
8/11/2001 - 7/23/2016In Loving Memory of Chewie. Even though Chewie was more of a petite cat, she had a huge personality. I am grateful for the gift of having her as my best friend for the last 15 years. She had a strong sense of intelligence, loyalty, pride, and respect. I remember adopting Chewie when she was 7 weeks old and picking her out from her littermates that were just rescued from a feral cat area. On the way to her new home, I held her on my right shoulder which became her safe place even for all the years after. We had many fun adventures, road trips and even an airplane trip. She enjoyed playing with empty sacks, boxes, laundry time, and Christmas time, and had a special bond with her Meemaw. She will be missed by all of her family and friends. "Chewie, I love you, you will be forever in my heart and our souls intertwined." <3Kimberly WestCharlotte, North CarolinaJuly 24, 2016
8/1/2001 - 7/18/2016My Mr. Casey,
You were such a good boy and a handsome guy too.
Saying good-bye to you was tough to do, but was the right thing.
I'll always Love you sweety pup. see you at the Rainbow Bridge.
Steve and Lisa JuddMorongo Valley, CaliforniaJuly 24, 2016