Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
7/1/1999 - 10/30/2014On behalf of the Johnson Family and myself, I wanted to thank Lap of Love and Dr. Barry for taking care of Aggie at the end of her life. Lap of Love was also there for our family in August 2011 when my dog Neenee's life was coming to an end. No words to describe your kindness or our gratitude.

The man posted in the photo here with Aggie - was my first husband, Bo. He was the original owner of both Neenee and Aggie. He died in 2004 at the age of 30. We were left with quite a few of his dogs, as he was a dog lover. Aggie was the last one in the pack...

Aggie was preceded in death by Gypsy (Aggie's sister), and Ruger, two other dogs that were originally owned by Bo and had lived with and were cared for by his parents for many, many years.

Rest in peace Aggie Johnson. This sweet girl hung around for 15 amazing years. She was a quirky, skittish, and funny dog. So good with the kids. But mostly a loving companion to the Johnsons (Bo's parents). She's resided with the Johnsons all these years, since getting hit by a car and retiring from hunting when she was young.

She was my favorite dog to dress up for Halloween...she paraded herself around proudly in her costumes. She was a cheerleader and a princess, in past years. She was one of the smallest, fastest dogs we had. She ran like a deer. If you let her, she would sleep on your pillow on your head. The stories are many. She's joined the rest of her pack and is in good hands I know. Gonna miss that funny girl.

We thank you again Lap of Love for all you do.
Andrea SauvageotPinellas Park, FloridaNovember 11, 2014
On Nov.7,2014 DVM Steven Schultz compassionately,gently and professionally eased my Simba's suffering while I cupped Simba in my lap in Simba's home of almost 15 years. I had nearly 15 years of cat cuddle love and dearly miss my therapeutic companion.
I am eternally grateful to LOL and to Dr. Schultz for providing in home compassionate service.
Thanks to all.
Patricia ScreminNiagara Falls, New YorkNovember 10, 2014
11/17/2000 - 11/4/2014My dearest pet, best friend and unconditionally loved baby Killer has surrendered his 14th life today, and has started his journey to the Rainbow Bridge. He took his last breath on my lap, where he spent most of his amazing life. We will always be with you my baby, and will cross the Bridge together someday.
Till then fly high and free from pain. We love you and miss your terribly.
Not a day goes by that I don't cry or think of you.

Love you Killer (mi flaco)
To infinity 🐾
Marisela Y MartinezHouston, TexasNovember 10, 2014
12/25/2000 - 10/31/2014Obituary: Frby Weiss 12/2000 - 10/31/2014

Frby Weiss, shepard, husky, chow mix passed away at home Friday Oct. 31 at 7:45pm. Surrounded by her loving family, her health had been declining for the past few months.
Services were under the direction of Lap of Love. Please see their Facebook page.
The family would like to thank Hillside Animal Hospital, Dr. Coyle and staff, for the love and care over the years.
She was lovingly known as the mayor of Brookfall Ave. Everyone knew her, even if they didn't know us.
She leaves behind to cherish her memory, family and friends, as numerous as the stars in the sky.
In Lieu of flowers, please give to your local animal shelter, or prayers for the East Orange Fire Dept. Brighton Ave fire house. That they ALL return safely from each call.
Cremation was private.
Susan WeissUnion, New JerseyNovember 9, 2014
7/1/2014 - 10/29/2014Its been a week and I still miss my sweet kitty. Keep expecting to see a lump on the bed under the covers when I get home from work but there is nothing there. Rima's all black Uncle Bagierah misses her too. I always said she was more his kitty than mine. They spent so much time curled up together like a ying yang in the sun. Now Bagierah is alone and won't let me out of his sight. She was one of the prettiest cats I've ever seen. She would roll around on her back just to show off. Rima didn't want to be held much but as she got more sick I remember her crawling into my lap for attention sometimes. If i would have picked up one these signs earlier maybe more could be done or maybe it would have just been a longer time for me to spend worrying. Even though she was so quiet and rarely ever made more than the tiniest meows, except for the funny sound she made at the birds taunting her in the window, it seems to quiet without her. I know her time had come and I did right to have the wonderful people from lap of love to come help her move on. I'm thankful she got to spend her last moments in her favorite place, my bed. In the sun surrounded by those she loved most. She is gone but not forgotten.Sarah MeryhewSeattle, WashingtonNovember 9, 2014
4/21/2008 - 10/25/2014In memory of my Caleb, and the world we shared; as long as I live, not a single one of our moments will be lost in time like tears in rain.Morrisville, North CarolinaNovember 9, 2014
12/1/1999 - 11/8/2014Ally you will forever be our puppy. In heaven you are free to chase the chickens, eat as many pancakes as you want and greet everyone with that black lipstick smile of yours. We will share many stories about you with our family and friends and love you forever. Rest in PeaceAnna WhitallGlenville, PennsylvaniaNovember 9, 2014
6/6/2003 - 11/6/2014Abby, though obnoxiously vocal at times, you were the most constant thing in my crazy life. You were there for me through elementary school, when I was still learning how to treat animals. You were there through middle school, when I needed someone to hug after a bad day. You were there through high school, when I needed an excuse to get away from my homework for a while. When the was sick or sad, you always made sure I was okay, cuddling me in bed, or on the couch. You cuddled so well, most of the time I couldn't see the TV, my phone, my book, or whatever else I was trying to do. Cozy misses you, and so do we all. Don't eat all the food in heaven, you fat lard. We love you. <3Chloé CalhounLynnwood, WashingtonNovember 8, 2014
11/7/2006 - 11/7/2014Dear Dr. Becker, Thank you for helping our patient, Gaius on his next journey. We appreciate the kindness you show our clients and their families. We are grateful you can be with our patients when we cannot. Sincerely, Maureen and the staff at Ace Animal Hospital.Maureen PobatChicago, iL, IllinoisNovember 8, 2014
9/6/2014Presto was a remarkable dog. He was a Greyhound and lived to be 14 years old. I am thankful for the time we had together. He was the best "co-pilot" I could ever have.chris webstergulfport, FloridaNovember 8, 2014