Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
2/11/2004 - 4/24/2016Cecil "Cee" was some character and well known Everywhere he went. He didn't know that he was a 34 pound terrier he thought he was a Pit Bull I called him My Joe Pesci. His attitude, smarts, tenacity, and heart made him one heck of a sidekick. My Baby was in great pain towards the end and I had to say goodbye so he could have relief and not suffer. Everyday without him is a struggle but, knowing he is out of such pain gets me through. I love you Cecil B. Stubbs , I Miss you , and I shall Never forget you. You are with Me Still and Always.

Thank you LapofLove and Dr. Brad Thank You.
Wendy WilkinsonGlenside, PennsylvaniaApril 27, 2016
11/9/2003 - 4/23/2016Amos was the definition of "man's best friend". He was my best friend and number 1 sidekick. He enjoyed taking walks and rides in the car. He loved playing with his toys and taking naps in his beds. He was loved by many people and will be missed dearly. He went peacefully in our home and he gave me lots of big kisses before his passing letting me know it was OK to leave. I know it was the right time and he did not have to suffer through the pain that would take over his body if we waited much longer. He will hold a very special place in our heart forever and always. We hope he is enjoying playing with friends and chasing squirrels in heaven. We love you Amos and we miss you every day. Love, Mommy and DaddySuzie IckesCoatesville, PennsylvaniaApril 26, 2016
3/23/2009 - 4/21/2016Mi amor chiquito Daddy
Daddy came into my life when he was only 8 weeks old, beautiful sweet puppy, big head and blue eyes He was always clumsy and goofy, but so loving and beautiful. All the people that had a chance to meet you loved you and always pointed out how handsome, sweet and clumsy you were and they were right. One look could make me forget anything, you were my companion in everything, my sidekick and partner in crime, long study nights, chick flicks, Dateline marathon, and of course my sweet dance partner. I am truly going to miss picking you up and dancing to country music with you. Thank you for taking my crazy affection and my obsession with taking care of you, I hope you understand that you and Zoey are my life, and I only wanted the best for both of you. The last few years were tough, knowing that there was a medical reason for your clumsiness made you even more special, in my eyes you were still perfect. Your condition gave me a new purpose in life, I didn’t mind carrying you, cleaning your little paws when you stepped on poop, wiping your butt, and doing anything I could to make you feel comfortable, I was your mom and you were my son, no matter how crazy it sounds that’s how I felt about you, you were a part of me. I cannot tell you with words how much I love you, you changed me forever, and taught me that simple things in life are what matter the most. Losing you was the hardest thing I have ever been through, I cherish every day of the 7 years I spent with you and your sister, nobody has ever touched my heart the way you did, and I am forever thankful for all the valuable lessons I learned from you. I miss you every day, I will always think of you, your sweet face and your goofy smile, I love you with all my heart, mi amor chiquito, my little boy.
Marcia Falensunrise, FloridaApril 26, 2016
3/1/2002 - 4/25/2016Leo was a magnificent cat. Not only was he impressive in size and appearance, often referred to by family and friends as a mini-panther, he was an extraordinary soul. He was the dignified king of the house, a vigilant protector, an affectionate companion, a kind older brother to the other cats who made their way to our house, and a patient teacher for me. He is sorely missed and cannot be replaced.Kelly BolzRaleigh, North CarolinaApril 25, 2016
4/1/1999 - 4/20/2016Kelly was one of the sweetest dogs. I got her when she was only 6 weeks old. She was the runt of the litter and looked totally different than all the other puppies. We fell in love with her the minute we saw her. She was quite an escape artist in her earlier days and loved to run as fast as she could. As a very picky eater, her favorite foods were hot dogs and lunch meat. She was so high-spirited and loved to have people pet her and make a fuss over her. She traveled with me wherever I went and her most current trip was to Gatlinburg, one of our favorite places. The days have been so empty without her but I know that she is resting peacefully. I am so grateful that she was a huge part of my life for 17 years. So many fond memories. I love you, Kelly!!!Marie ScarboroSpring Hill, TennesseeApril 25, 2016
4/16/2016I got Austin when he was about 12 weeks old from one of my professors. He was my baby for almost 18 years. He would greet me at the door as soon as I come home from work and followed my every move. He loved to get his chest and belly rubbed. He slept next to me every single night. He was my faithful companion and throughout the years, he comforted me as much as I comforted him. Thank you for allowing me to be your guardian, Austin. Rest in peace my sweet AusAus. Until we meet again at the rainbow bridge💞💗💞Caroline LottColumbia, South CarolinaApril 25, 2016
10/15/2001 - 4/1/2016Simba brought smiles to everyone’s face, He was a big part of our daily life for 14 ½ years. He walked with one of us or both almost everyday. He was the Best companion with his unconditional love. He was so furry and loveable. We loved him to the moon and back. We miss you dearly.
Larry & Carolyn ColeHendersonville, TennesseeApril 25, 2016
6/1/2002 - 4/10/2016Domino, I hope you have found Rummy and gave his ears a good cleaning. I know he has bee waiting for you at the Rainbow Bridge. We await to be reunited with you.Becky BennettTampa, FloridaApril 24, 2016
6/1/2002 - 4/10/2016Domino, I hope you have found Rummy and gave his ears a good cleaning. I know he has bee waiting for you at the Rainbow Bridge. We await to be reunited with you.Becky BennettTampa, FloridaApril 24, 2016
10/28/2005 - 12/15/2015My Keerah was being given away by her owner. I always wanted a French Mastiff. I couldn't see paying thousands, I just happened to see the ad on Craigslist. No picture. 3 hour drive. I felt it in my soul that I needed to go get her, she wasn't fixed and I just knew someone would grab her and breed her to death. It was love at first sight. The lady said she was 2 years old. Once their vet faxed my vet her records, 3 days after bringing her home, I found out she was almost 5. I cried, knowing this breed has an average life span of 5-6 years. I loved her so much already and couldn't fathom losing her so soon! She loved everyone and everything. We fostered hundreds of animals, kittens, cats, dogs, puppies, baby ducks, you name it. She cared for them all and loved them. She never met a living soul she didn't love and everyone who met her fell in love with her as well. She was my best friend. We were lucky. She made it to her 10th birthday on 10/28/2015. We found out she had bone cancer on 12/2/2015. I was told she had 3 weeks max. We helped her cross the rainbow bridge on 12/15/2015. Her body was too weak, she was in pain, and I didn't want her to suffer. Dr Annie from Lap of Love came to our home and it was so peaceful and dignified. My heart aches every day. On that day, I ended her pain but mine had just begun...Liz WilsonApopka, FloridaApril 23, 2016