Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
12/31/2006 - 6/17/2017My baby Sam was our companion for many years. There are no words to describe what he meant to us. He was really sick at the end. Sam could no longer do the things he loved to do best: jump in the pool, ride in the van and go for his long walks. All he ever wants was to be around everyone and share his love. He brought us many years of unconditional love. We will all miss him forever.Angie ConteSanford, FloridaJune 20, 2017
8/5/2015 - 6/19/2017My darling Tinkerbell was born in my arms and was with me at work every day of her life..she kept a watchful eye on every move I made..and even when she became totally blind she knew where I was at all times..
I had found out she had oral cancer last fall and had been told I had to put her to sleep then..I went to a different vet and changed her diet to all natural chicken and i cooked everything and chopped into small pieces...she was very much loved by my husband and I and every one who met her..she was the runt of the litter and her mother rejected her...needless to say we bonded as "mother and daughter" I have two other dogs i have rescued..but none will take her place in my heart.she has a very tough demeanor for a tiny dog and she would let you know her opinion without hesitation...I am so thankful for lap of love as Dr Nancy made the transition to heaven a very peaceful one in my arms...she was laid to rest in her memorial spot with a large tree and flowers as well as a lighted cross..she will be forever missed and loved.
Cynthia KeatingAiken, South CarolinaJune 20, 2017
12/23/2001 - 5/17/2017My sweet Daisy was my only companion for many years. There are no words to say what she meant to me. My whole life revolved around her. She was really sick at the end, but I didn't mind doing everything for her. I would do it all over again for just a little more time. She brought me many years of unconditional, true love.Beverly ClineKissimmee, FloridaJune 20, 2017
10/11/2002 - 6/9/2017My sweet Kita. I will miss you so much!
From your crooked teeth, to your crazy mohawk, to your extremely protective nature of your people...or anyone you were sitting next to for that matter!
We watched you getting slower and less agile, you slept more, barely barked at cats passing in front of the fence...we knew the time was getting closer when you didn't bounce back from that stomach bug, but we held out hope and made a deal with you to hold on till we got relocated back home and you did!
Thank you for the beautiful memories we have of you on our last trip across the states...I wish you could have seen the Grand Canyon but the way you slept with the sun on your face was beautiful!
Thank you for being a part of our family for nearly 15 years!!
(The very last picture is the soap my daughter and I made in honor of Kita)
Brandi LimonCornelius, OregonJune 19, 2017
8/25/2012 - 6/16/2017Boo was my angel. He brought more love and joy to over lives and made everything so much better. Paul called him my shadow, every time I went in another room or upstairs I'd turn around and Boo would appear. He loved all dogs and people with the kindest soul. I wish I could of made him better and had him for more years to come. It has to be the worst decision we have ever made to have to put our baby to sleep. I hope it saved him from pain and he's resting in heaven waiting at the rainbow bridge for me. My heart will not be whole until I see him again. Boo please give everyone a hug and kiss for me. We love you and miss you more than words can say. Love mommy and daddy XOXOXO Rest in peaceMuareen & Paul LandryWilmington, MassachusettsJune 19, 2017
5/20/2004 - 6/18/2017My sweet puppy love, Bella. My little sister passed gently into the hands of God yesterday in what has been the worst day of my life so far. She was the most incredible creature, and I loved her in a way that I loved nothing else in this world. She will be forever missed, and my life and the life of my family that loved her will seriously never be the same. She left paw prints in our hearts, and I know she will not forget us, and will be waiting patiently until the day we meet again. Come visit me in my dreams.

I love you Bella with everything I have, you were the little sister I never had, and I thank you for the many years of joy, compassion, and love you always gave us, you truly made me see that the best things in life are free. Sending you all of my love, squeeze hugs, and a hundred kisses on your little face, and a squeeze of your cute little rabbit paws.

Will be forever missing you.
Kris ECharlotte, North CarolinaJune 19, 2017
6/10/2004 - 6/18/2017Jaxon, you were a wonderful companion to all of us. Thank you for giving us the best 9 years. You were 13 years old when you passed away, but you lived a great life! You have come so far in the 9 years that we have had you. Please enjoy doggie heaven for us and say hello to Max. Sweet dreams, sweet boy.Louise GainesFuquay Varina, North CarolinaJune 19, 2017
8/28/2003 - 6/15/2017Today I'm celebrating the life of a loyal companion and friend - Tinkerbell. By virtue of your unflagging devotion and unceasing desire to be ever by my side you can't be replaced and you're dearly missed.

Don't let a good name fool you - Tinkerbell had a ferocious growl right from the start. At seven weeks old, still with a pink underside and wobbly, uncoordinated legs holding you up, you meant business and quickly worked your way into the hearts of anyone who heard your off-pitch bark and watched your tail swag wildly. You matured quickly, but never lost your spunk.

Sorrow has weight - I can feel it. However, I think this is a good thing because it binds the thousand beautiful memories I can recall with the very real sensation of feeling their collective presence bearing down and making them that more vivid.

My heart is heavy because I will not find a friend like you again. You were so happy, so gentle and in good times or in bad you always drew out smiles from those who didn't seem capable of smiling in the moment. You were there for me when I needed you the most. You listened and then listened some more.

Tinkerbell, you will be missed for all that you were to me and especially for all those beautiful moments we shared. Surely all dogs go to heaven. I imagine you're there now winning over the hearts of a few angels who have the honor of enjoying that unbounded and timeless walk.

All my love,
Sean DeMatteoRaleigh, North CarolinaJune 19, 2017
1/20/2003 - 6/17/2017Savannah, our independent, kind and loving girl. We miss the sound of your nails clicking on the hardwoods, and your begging while we cook every meal. We laugh and smile thinking of you chasing rabbits, catching snakes and moles and getting bossed around by your sister. Your patience and loving nature to all people made you so special; every new house guest would agree...that you were the favorite. There is a hole in our family now, and your spirit will live there forever. We love you.Liz SandersDurham, North CarolinaJune 19, 2017
5/17/2017 - 6/15/2017After 16 years, my sweet Baby is now gone. She fought until her final breath and now is wherever the sweetest souls go to rest from all suffering. I miss her so much. A large part of my heart went with her. 💔😢

Sweet Zorra, my Baby,
I hope I did not betray your trust by deciding to take your life. Although you were able to eat, drink, eliminate, walk, and even groom yourself normally, it was very clear to me and maybe to you too that you were not your usual happy healthy self.
I do not want to think of you in those final moments. Instead,
I will remember how you spat feistily when you played as a kitten because of your being a feral wildcat with a sassy wild side. I will remember how you so loved to be outside and were a mighty huntress hunting so many poor creatures in our vast backyard in Hayward, and in all the many different backyards you were the Lion Queen of, including your last. I will remember how you always managed to be in my lap 2 seconds after I or anyone whom you loved sat down. I will remember the way you used to dive under the sheets to hide and play "parachute" every time I changed the sheets and how you loved to dive under or through tissue paper and run around with it like a paper cape on your back or an paper tent. I will remember the sweet soft whisper of a meow you sometimes did as if meowing too loud was offensive. I will remember how you would come and cuddle with me in bed and how I asked you how your day was and how you always answered any question I asked you with your soft, sweet meows.  I want to remember these moments and every little thing about you, but most of all, I want to always remember that no matter where you are now, you are and will forever be in my heart, my Baby, my feline daughter, my Zorra. ❤️
Mary EdwardsSuisun, CaliforniaJune 18, 2017