Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Jed
3/1/1997 - 3/15/2013Dear Jed,
Oh, how I miss your little presence. :( The house is SO empty without you. :(
I did not know that I would miss you this much. :( You were my little Bubba, Stinky Bomber and Jedidiah Poopster for almost 16 years. You brought ME and many others much joy and happiness. :):):) I will learn to live without you but I will always miss you. You were a brave guy for so long, even though you did not feel well. I knew it was time, when you did not care that Grandma had come to visit. Usually, you would get so excited, she would pick you up and have to hold you for hours. I know that you are NOT suffering anymore and you are happy and healthy again, running around in Heaven. Have fun little guy and save me a spot!!!
With ALL of my love!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)
Christine MarcoliniPort Byron, New YorkMarch 22, 2013
Akki
4/17/1999 - 3/20/2013Today Bill and I helped Akki to the Rainbow Bride. My heart hurts where the little piece of it that belonged to her left with her. Although she looked like and acted like a puppy, she was 3.5 years old when we rescued her. Akki was visually impaired from inappropriate anesthesia administration when at 14 weeks old, she had been stepped on, breaking both of her back legs. But she never knew she was disabled. She greeted life head on and with exceptional empathy. I took her on all my home visits with prospective adopters of rescue dogs and she always knew the right ones to approve. It was Akki that brought me to our dog, Tiki’s side when he needed to be rushed to the emergency vet. I was never so proud when this wild child, who was not even housebroken in 2002, earned her AKC Canine Good Citizen award in 2004. Akki , I will miss you so but I am so glad that you are out of pain. Godspeed, Sweetie. Wear your silver harness well. It is richly deserved.Joy CurtisMalden, MassachusettsMarch 20, 2013
Sugar
5/1/2013 - 2/19/2013We had our girl for over 15 years. She was special and so very sweet.Rachel & Holly Hill-HendersonCharlotte, North CarolinaMarch 19, 2013
Reanna
2/14/2000 - 3/16/2013Reanna you left such a loving impression on our hearts and you will forever be remembered. You gave from yourself like a warm hearted person yet never demanded anything in return. Your endless warmth can be seen in your facial expression and it pains us that you have gone. May God in Heaven bless you and hope that one day we reunite in a later life.michael victorSeabrook, TexasMarch 18, 2013
Romeo
4/20/2000 - 3/16/2013My dear dear boy ! I miss you so much !!! I have the feeling I can see you everywhere !!! I still feel you beside my bed !!!
You will always be in my heart and I really hope I deserved to have your unconditional love...
You were the best !!! I am sure you went straight to heaven and if it is true that reencarnation happens you will come back as someone very very special and we will meet again someday.
We were blessed to have you in our lifes and we will forever be thankful for all the joy you brought to us. Romeo I love you ! I love You !!!
Alexandra Klein PerezMiramar, FloridaMarch 18, 2013
Dodger
12/24/1997 - 3/12/2013Dodger you were an amazing part of our family and you were the glue that kept us together during tough times. You will be dearly missed by all and I am eternally grateful for having you in my life. I love and miss you and you will forever be in my heart as my first dog and my first love. Miss you and I will see you soon one day.Daniel LarsenSunrise, FloridaMarch 18, 2013
Foxy
7/15/1998 - 3/12/2013Foxy was the sweetest dog ever. She did not have a mean bone in her body. Never, not once did she ever growl, snarl or show us her teeth even if we took food out of her mouth. We will always love you Foxy and you will always be in out heartsSteve VargaCoconut Creek, FloridaMarch 16, 2013
Olive
8/14/2007 - 3/14/2013Dear Olive,

I'm sitting in our chair. The house is quiet. Where are you?

I sit crossed legged, but if you were here I'd lay them out so you could jump up. Purring, you always found me in this spot. I look for you today.

My heart aches. Just yesterday we had you with us.
We knew the time had come to say goodbye. You were so sick.
We did not want to lay you to rest. 5 years was not long enough.

I sit here in our spot to honor your life. You were particular. You liked to appear when the world around you became still. You found your dad's lap or mine. You purred with delight and we felt your warmth. You brought us joy and curbed our feelings of loneliness. You were perfectly content to sit on our laps for as long as we would allow.

We THANK YOU for this time. We THANK YOU for sharing your love with us.

If we could have you for one more day; all we would ask for is this affection you so freely gave. We know we will not have another cat like you. We do believe we will share our love with another cat when the time comes. The gospel reading on the day you left us talked of Moses. I believe I will ask your Dad if we have a boy cat that we call him Moses to honor God who gave you to us.

We regret Luke could not grow up with you and will remind him of his love and curiosity toward you at such a young age. I believe you would have grown fond of him once he stopped wacking you.

Olive - our hearts hurt knowing you can not return to us. It's hard to describe the ache which replaced the joy now that you are gone. Please know how much we love you and miss your presence. THANK YOU for spending your short life with us. It was us who were the lucky ones!

Love ~ Your family
Anne, Matt and Luke SchwartzOrlando, FloridaMarch 15, 2013
Pepper
3/1/2013Thank you, Pepper, for giving us so much joy for 13 years. We miss you more than words can express.Holly EdwardsBoca Raton, FloridaMarch 14, 2013
Dassie
2/14/2013 - 3/11/2013Today, Sweet Dassie crossed over the rainbow bridge to be reunited with Brent. She lived a long life and was loved by so many. Dassie could always be counted on to greet people at the door with a toy in her mouth. She would walk around with it squeak squeak squeaking away. She was a good girl and she was a great trainer. Brent and I used to call her "the Enforcer". She helped train every foster dog we ever had.

When she was younger, Dassie was an athlete. She could jump and catch frisbees. She could climb trees to chase after squirrels. In fact, she taught Quinn how to climb trees. (For the record, dogs really should not climb trees) As the years have passed, the frisbee was set aside and the walks were not always as long, but Dassie still loved her walks. She went to Point Isabel almost every day with Brent when he was alive. It was their special place. I am glad that she was able to continue to go there a few days a week. Her dog walker, Maureen, said she had a blast the last time she went, just two weeks ago.

Dassie was Brent's heart dog, his faithful companion. When he found out that he will so ill he asked only one thing of me, "Take care of Dassie". I promised him that I would. I am proud to say that I kept that promise....Well dearest, she is all yours now. Take care of her!

Safe journey sweet D. I will catch you on the flip side.
xoxo, mom
Noelle SeusyAlameda, CaliforniaMarch 12, 2013