Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
5/4/2002 - 3/15/2017Here's the Eulogy my fiancé wrote about our precious baby Snorkels.

Snorkels, we miss you so much it hurts.
Adrianne JuniperSeattle, WashingtonMarch 20, 2017
Bella Jo Andrews
7/13/2005 - 3/17/2017Bella was one of the true loves of my life. She had so many qualities I not only appreciated, but grew to depend on over our 11+ years together. She was a regal lady, a protector, a playmate, and completely devoted to her family. She was the smallest, leanest Chinese Shar Pei in history (I believe), but what she lacked in size she had extra of in personality, will, and heart. The loss feels very big and all-encompassing right now, but we know her spirit will be with us every time we share a funny story, memory, look at her pictures, or watch her videos.Kathryn AndrewsHollywood, FloridaMarch 19, 2017
2/8/2004 - 3/7/2017Gumbo, aka Gump, Gumpster, Gumby, The Great Gumbolini, Gumpalufagus, Gumbotron, Pupsk, Mr. Gumbo, Mr. Bear, Gumbo Bear, Gumbino, Gumbo Bean, Furry Frijole, Speckle Head, Baby Gumbito, our dancing Rasta pup and the furriest, lovingest third of our family, is barking at squirrels and snuffling hay in some great beyond. His spirit will continue to herd Jeff and I into the same space so he can watch us, sniff intently at our knees to judge our comings and goings, rest his head on my laptop to remind me to get out and play, nuzzle us when he knows we're sad, dance between our legs when he knows we're happy, and dutifully chase away the mail truck to always ensure the safety of his pack. I miss him so desperately that I sometimes can't breathe, but am so happy that Jeff and I got to be his daddy and mommy for over 13 years. I love you so, so much, Gumbo Bear. There'll never be another pupsk like you.Cassandra HunterTukwila, WashingtonMarch 19, 2017
8/1/2003 - 3/17/2017Pal was a champion! He had been a racing dog, and had come in first place numerous times. He also placed second and third several times as well before being retired. Once he retired, he was perfectly happy spending his days lounging and relaxing! The one job he embraced during his retirement was that of guard dog. He would get up several times during the night, and go to the doors and windows. He would bark at passers-by and even at squirrels on the fence. He took his guard-dog job very seriously. He was such a good dog, always sweet, right until the end. He will always be our Pal. We will always love you Pal!Tracey PlaninzOviedo, FloridaMarch 19, 2017
3/10/2003 - 3/17/2017Sugar the Beautiful White HuskyBabak KavoossiOrange County, CaliforniaMarch 18, 2017
7/24/2002 - 1/26/2017"Those who love don't go away, they walk beside us everyday... unseen, unheard, but always near. Still loved, still missed, but always dear.. ~ Unknown authorJustin MeltonLas Vegas, NevadaMarch 18, 2017
2/8/2002 - 3/15/2017My darling Megabit, to have loved you was heaven on earth.
At night, the rhythm of your soft breathing was a Lullaby of sweet calm.
During the day, your high-pitched barking was a March that set my feet in motion.
A look from you, a turn of the chin, or lifted ears was an Aria in the Opera of our life.
Your passing was a long single note held until your breath gave way.
And now the sound of your spirit echoes through the air
and the rhythm of your being beats forever in my heart.
Kit SchaferRochester Hills, MichiganMarch 17, 2017
6/3/2004 - 3/2/2017Kenya was an amazing Labrador. He began each morning bringing in the newspaper. Mid day he held his own leash as we walked in the neighborhood, and in the evening, he nuzzled on the couch as we watched television. As I have often said, he is the easiest son we raised (including our three 'human' sons).
Kenya was cursed with lousy hips but he managed for 12 1/2 years and he ran, swam and retrieved to exhaustion.

There has been a huge hole in our hearts since we said good bye to Kenya. That sounds dramatic but it is a fact.
True CampbellGreensboro, North CarolinaMarch 16, 2017
Sirius Black
10/4/2001 - 3/11/2017Making the decision to say goodbye to you was the hardest thing I've ever had to do in my life. You have been with us for so long that life without you was unthinkable. You have been such a loyal and wonderful part of our family but have suffered for long enough, perhaps too long. You are at peace now but we will miss you always.Karen ErenbergBridgewater, New JerseyMarch 16, 2017
2/14/2015 - 3/14/2017Oh Gumbo, who knows what your little puppy life was like in New Orleans before Katrina hit. I know meeting you the day you were brought up with the rest of the load of hurricane doggies was one of the happiest days for our family. You were initially scared, but so cute and so smart. Why you were even valedictorian of your puppy class. You were a great brother to Duke and a super pal for in crime in fact. All this time I thought he was the one pulling tissues and paper out of the silly boy. Always your own guy. Not crazy about kisses on your face. But by golly you lived for the belly rubs. A little gaseous, thankfully not smelly, just audible and your Daddy loved that! And boy oh boy did you love the trails or what little man?! This bed of yours that you have allowed us to sleep in every night will be lonely without you. We know Duke is with our family today as he waits for you on the other side. You are so stoic. I hope we have not let you suffer one minute and that you loved your life with us. Have peace little boy. We love you.Michelle BinghamMemphis, TennesseeMarch 16, 2017