Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Melo Diodati
2/3/2003 - 2/6/2015Rest in peace my beloved Melo, Meatman, Meatball, Meatloaf, Munchkin, Booger Boy, Little Man, my love. I was blessed to have 12 wonderful years with you, and although you were taken from me sooner than I was ready, I know you're in heaven now with no pain and just big smiles. I know you're rolling around in a bed of soft grass, with the sun shinning down on you. You have the mobility you should have had all your life. I will never forget you little man, you took a piece of my heart with you. Everything I do reminds me of you and the joy you brought me. Although I' devastated now, I know you are still in my life, even if it's just in my heart. Look down on me from heaven and keep me strong. Protect me and your brother like you always have. I love you baby and will miss you always. Thank you for being the best little man anyone could ever ask for.

"I'm Free"
Don't grieve for me,
for now I'm free.
I've left behind some misery.
My days of youthful agility
were no longer a possibility.
My weak joints and cloudy eyes,
Were longing for the heavenly skies.
Before I lost all dignity
You let me enter eternity.
Don't grieve for me,
You've set me free,
Just remember how I used to be.
Nicole DiodatiNorristown, PennsylvaniaFebruary 9, 2015
Shadow
8/15/2000 - 1/29/2015Shadow was a wonderful, loving female Shetland Sheepdog who lived with me since she was just four months old. She ran like the wind in her day, and loved the Pacific Ocean and chasing birds on the beach. Shadow was just the most kind, loving, and sensitive Shelty I have ever know. She brought joy and love to my home for many years, and it was with sadness she went to rest in my home in Redmond, WA. My soul felt like it died that day, but I know it was the best thing for her. I think when you choose to let your dog go and select the time, you are doing her or him a big favor. You are not waiting for a moment of drama and pain, but choosing to let them go in love; pain free; knowing that they are loved and cherished. Thank you God for this precious gift I got to have in my life, until you called her home.Bonnie RemmickRedmond, WashingtonFebruary 9, 2015
Shadow
8/15/2000 - 1/29/2015Shadow was a wonderful, loving female Shetland Sheepdog who lived with me since she was just four months old. She ran like the wind in her day, and loved the Pacific Ocean and chasing birds on the beach. Shadow was just the most kind, loving, and sensitive Shelty I have ever know. She brought joy and love to my home for many years, and it was with sadness she went to rest in my home in Redmond, WA. My soul felt like it died that day, but I know it was the best thing for her. I think when you choose to let your dog go and select the time, you are doing her or him a big favor. You are not waiting for a moment of drama and pain, but choosing to let them go in love; pain free; knowing that they are loved and cherished. Thank you God for this precious gift I got to have in my life, until you called her home.Bonnie RemmickRedmond, WashingtonFebruary 9, 2015
Simon
2/1/2005 - 2/6/2015Simon was the most courageous boy...He loved his brothers especially his twin brother Riley. They all had the cleanest ears and knew they were protected. He was the boss yet the love of the house. He endured 8 months of chemo and never missed a beat... always strong and happy. He will be forever in our hearts...so loved and missed. He is at peace but with us all until we meet on the rainbow bridge. Strong IronBoy with Riley...Twins...Our loves of our life!!Simon CrewseClearwater, FloridaFebruary 9, 2015
Buddy
11/27/2005 - 2/6/2015Buddy you truly were the best dog ever (at least to me) and you were exactly what I wanted for our wonderful blended family. Every basset our kids see in the future they will remember you and think happy thoughts and memories of you. The author John Grogan wrote, "A dog has no use for fancy cars or big homes or designer clothes. Status symbols mean nothing to him. A treat will do just fine. A dog judges others not by their creed or color or class but by who they are inside. A dog doesn't care if you are rich or poor, clever or dull. Give him your heart and he will give you his." You were really good dog and had my heart. You lived a full life with so many adventures in your 9 short years. There will never be another Buddy. I miss and love you so much. My heart is broken and I know in time my tears will turn into smiles every time I think of you. You were the best dog ever and were so loved. Good bye for now my Buddy boy.Karen KowalczykEast Amherst, New YorkFebruary 9, 2015
Chappie
2/14/1999 - 2/3/2015He was my baby and my love and pride and joy all wrapped into one. I loved him so much - unconditionally - as he loved me. I showered him with love every chance I could, and he knew he was loved. He was also loved deeply by his grandparents. He was their only grandchild, and they loved to spoil him to my dismay :) He was smart and kind and always friendly to other dogs. I would laugh every time we met another dog, as he would wag his long tail non-stop to let the other dog know he was friendly. He loved to run through the grass and sniff everything around him. He was a happy sweet boy and brought joy and love to those who knew him. I miss him so much. I am so grateful for all his love and all the wonderful moments we had and all the memories we shared. I loved our walks as they were so peaceful for me, and helped me cope with the stresses in my life. Watching Chappie enjoy himself gave me great pleasure. He will be in my heart always. I miss him so much and a big hole in my heart.Anna DicembrePompano Beach, FloridaFebruary 8, 2015
Davidson
9/1/2001 - 2/7/2015Dear Davidson, I apologize deeply if I chose wrong on the timing to make your suffering end, if only I knew how you were truly feeling. I loved you SO much, you were my best friend, companion - you patiently sat through all my tears with break-ups, friend fights, job troubles and you were the best thing to come home to after travel each week, especially in the afternoon where we would lay across the bed and you would press your body against mine and purr deeply and "talk" to me about your week. If there is an afterlife I hope it blesses you all the joys you could desire. all my love, Q p.s. the fishes had babies this morning.Susan WagnerSundance, FloridaFebruary 8, 2015
Hey Jude
4/11/2000 - 2/7/2015There will never be another Jude. He always made life so very very good, as in the song 'Hey Jude, don't make it bad. Take a sad song and make it better." He made every sad song, even the good songs so much better by being in our family. He made a lasting, loving impression on everyone who knew him. He was brilliant, (nicknamed Einstein by my parents) hilarious, and was the best personal trainer ever. He would have played poker with the boys except he was too busy taking care of us for the past 15 years.
We will all miss him forever.
Yvonne MilinskySouthfield, MichiganFebruary 8, 2015
Annie
6/20/2006 - 2/2/2015To our dear sweet “Annie-Bean,” we miss you so much. Words will never express the Annie-sized hole in our hearts. You left us so quickly that it’s hard to believe you’re really gone. We walk through the house and still think we catch glimpses of you through the corner of our eyes. You were such a presence, such a character, almost human.Linda PetersonFairfax, VirginiaFebruary 8, 2015
Narc
11/28/2002 - 2/7/2015Too our precious Narc, you have brought mommy and daddy tremendous happiness & laughter from the day you became part of our family. In our darkest hours you were there to ease our sorrows with your affection as if to let us know it would be ok! You will always have our hearts, though missing you will never end we know your soul is at peace. 🙏 Be at rest our baby. Our love for you is forever strong... Always with you, Mommy, Daddy, Lily & Bats 💏 😻😽XOXOXOXODina & John PhillipsChelsea, MassachusettsFebruary 8, 2015