Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Henry
12/1/2013 - 5/22/2014The trusted companion is always there with never a disapproving word. The love that lasts forever....Tina ScrignoliHavertown, PennsylvaniaMay 23, 2014
Sabina
10/1/2000 - 5/22/2014Sabina was one in a million. Affectionately known as "Beans," she was a big part of our lives. Rob and Kat adopted her when she was just a few months old, less than a year after my nephew Cole was born. Cole and "Beans" spent a lot of time together in California, and I was fortunate to be able to accompany them (and Rob) on their daily walks around Mt. Helix. After moving to St. Louis, "Beans" welcomed Kendall into the family and was her pal and protector. Ever adaptable, "Beans" grew to love her St. Louis neighborhood, making tons of friends and admirers in the 'Loop' area. She even crashed a Salmon Rushdie lecture on the Wash U campus! She was such a sweet pup and she never met a stranger. I'll never forget her calm, loving demeanor and the way she loved to prance when she was feeling playful. We were so fortunate to have her in our lives, and she'll always be with us.Bill RozenSt. Louis, MissouriMay 22, 2014
Lexi
9/28/2000 - 5/18/2014Our silly Lexi girl. Absolutely nothing but pure love and joy. You have left an enormous hole in our hearts. We have so many wonderful memories, you will live on in our hearts forever. We miss you so very much.Monica RobinsonSt Louis, MissouriMay 22, 2014
Bill The Cat
1/17/1998 - 5/19/2014In loving memory for our cat Bill. He was a feisty cat who lived life on his own terms. We loved him so much. I can't wait to see him again at the Rainbow Bridge.Kathy GrantSt Petersburg, FloridaMay 22, 2014
Marco
10/10/2011 - 5/10/2014“My cat Marco spent many evenings with me lying on my lap with his face nestled against my arm as we watched TV together. And that is how he passed away. He had fought kidney cancer to the point that he was not eating for days on end and finally could not even drink water without vomiting. I cannot emphasize too much what a humane way euthanasia at home is to let your beloved pet go when the time comes. I am so grateful to the wonderful veterinary clinics that aid our pets when they are in need but a clinic is not where I want my pets to die if it can be avoided. And I realize sometimes it can't be. With euthanasia at home Dr. Nancy visited my home and gave us as much time as we needed to prepare our selves and our pet. In Marco's case he was so tired he had no hesitation to lie in my lap and rest just like he always did. And when we were ready he was given an injection (not an IV) that simply put him to sleep. And after 15 minutes he was given a second injection that stopped his heart. It was an incredibly peaceful passing and Marco passed in his home and held in the arms of someone who dearly loved him with another family member petting him as he slipped away. I will never forget Marco as I have never forgotten my other pets and I will never forget the way he passed. Death of a pet is never a good thing but it can definitely be handled in a good way and euthanasia at home is the way to do it if you can. Thank you to Dr. Nancy and all the vets who provide this valuable service”Eric JohnsonColumbia, South CarolinaMay 22, 2014
Lucy
4/21/2014We miss our bouncy brindle boxer girl. You'll always be forever in our memories and hearts..Wheaton, IllinoisMay 22, 2014
Sahsha
12/1/1999 - 5/12/2014"Miss Sahsha - My Beloved Baby Girl"

I lost my beloved baby girl last week,
My little angel Sahsha--cute and meek.
Her gentle head against my chest,
Sharing her silent thoughts while she rests.

She'll come no longer to my call,
Retrieve no more her favorite ball.
A voice far greater than my own,
Has called her to His golden throne.

And though my eyes are filled with tears,
I thank Him for the fourteen joyous years,
He let her spend down here with her papa Lee and me,
And for her licks, love, and loyalty.

~ Daphne Glass
Daphne GlassRancho Cucamonga, CaliforniaMay 21, 2014
Bam Bam
6/24/2014 - 5/20/2014She wasn't fancy or flashy, she didn't do tricks, but she had a Heart of Gold and gave her family 110% until the day her tired old body was worn out. So happy she is now at Rainbow Bridge with her best K 9 and equine pals.Tim RalphNorco, CaliforniaMay 21, 2014
Riley
Riley went to the Rainbow Bridge today @ 5:16 today. We could have not asked for a more loving friend, companion. He was our 1st "boy" and loved his brothers and
sisters.
He will be missed but he is in our hearts forever.
Love, mom and dad and the kids
Mark RittlingEggertsville, New YorkMay 20, 2014
Chi Chi
10/3/2014 - 5/19/2014Dear Puppy Girl, we are so happy your suffering has ended, but you have left a terrible hole in our lives. We will try to honor you by focusing on the seven wonderful years we had with you. You never meet a squeaky you didn't like, and unlike most greyhounds, you were happy to play your version of fetch (run to get the thrown squeaky and then play keep-away from us). We will catch glimpses of your beautiful spirit running in your back yard "track" just before dusk, and imagine you sitting on your bed in the family room, panting and smiling. I am greyhound, therefore I run like the wind! I know you are waiting at the Rainbow Bridge, but I also expect to come home to find a dent on the bedspread that matches your shape. You have always loved to sneak a snooze on the bed when we go out. Such a good girl. In our hearts forever.Patti DodgenLutz, FloridaMay 20, 2014