Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Sir Oliver Higgins
9/18/1999 - 10/2/2019Higgins was a member of our family for 20 years and will be missed. He was a loving cat who knew how to reach each of our hearts.Jeffrey BoleaCHESTERFIELD, VirginiaOctober 3, 2019
Panda Bear
1/31/2005 - 10/1/2019There are so many people that knew panda. He was always a sweet, outgoing, outspoken, and social cat. He loved to walk on his leash and eat ice cream.Ashleigh FaithMuskego, WisconsinOctober 3, 2019
9/9/2010 - 10/2/2019To my sweet Roxy, you came into my life when I needed you the most. You were there when I needed support, you were with me for 3 moves, finally landing in our house, through meeting my husband Joe and having our son Joey. You will always be Joey's Roxy girl and he told me I have been your cat mom for 200 years, long time, but maybe I knew you in another life. You were fiesty at times, but always good for a cuddle and loved spending time with me on my lap. Always getting up just to walk in the way of Joe every morning, because you didn't want him to leave. I loved when you slept each night with us and how you always came in to hear stories and listen to me sing to Joey at bedtime. I can not believe you are gone, but somewhere over the rainbow you are having treats and relaxing with your friends. I will miss you so greatly and will no doubt keep looking for your around our home. May you rest easy Roxy.Suzanne TollandEAST WALPOLE, MassachusettsOctober 3, 2019
4/13/2004 - 9/30/2009Lucky you were the saddest and smelliest little Westie the day we rescued you in the hills of Virginia en route from vacation. We immediately took you to be groomed and our son Jared, your human brother, decided that day that Lucky was your name- after all you were so lucky to be rescued from that awful puppy mill. You traveled home snuggled at my feet and have forever been the best traveler and camper taking many road trips from NY to Maine out to Colorado. You have been my constant for 15 1/2 years and your unconditional love helped me through my breast cancer journey. The house is sooo quiet without your "big" bark and I must admit I'd do anything to kiss your button nose and smell your stinky breath again lol. QT keeps waiting for your return. She seems sad and confused. Letting you go was one of the hardest days of our lives but with Dr. Jordan's compassion, your passing in my arms out in the yard where you so loved to be, surrounded my your family, was loving and peaceful.
I cry now as I write this Lucky. Be free my Luckydog . Until we meet again. You will NEVER leave my heart!!!
P.S. Sorry for all the pictures there are soooo many memories.
Cooper City, FloridaOctober 2, 2019
1/30/2004 - 10/1/2019Ruffles is one of the finest shelties we ever had. She was a smart, loving and a happy dog. She will be greatly missed. Even though she was already 8 years old when we adopted her we were blessed to have her an additional 7 years and we formed an unbreakable bondJanet GarrisonZephyrhills, FloridaOctober 2, 2019
Dexter Morgan Chase
10/25/2019 - 9/26/2019Thank you Dr.Schultz for helpung my Dexter stop sufferring and pass peacefully at home with me. Dexter was very calm and livong nou. Aleays there to love me. I will reccomend Lap of Love to all my friends and family.
It took a week to make this. First 4 days I was too sad.
Doge are such a blessing. Dexter was Mummas Boy. So grateful for the 11 years together.
I miss you and love you Dex💔
Jackie ChaseBuffalo, New YorkOctober 2, 2019
8/3/2007 - 9/30/2019Kidden, you were always there to love me and keep me on track in life. You were a wonderful big sister and the best companion kitty anyone could ask for. I miss your chatter box talk waking me every morning and beautiful purrs to put me at ease and help me sleep at night. My world was a better place with you in it and you showed me true unconditional love. Comforting me as I’m crying for you. I love you my Queen Kidden and my heart is empty without you.Ruth RomeyVancouver, WashingtonOctober 2, 2019
7/4/2004 - 9/30/2002My heart is broken in a million pieces. Words cannot describe the deep bond I had with my Jack. I've always loved my animals, but I never could have dreamed of the love and connection he and I truly shared. 15 years ago he came into our lives. He was along for the ride for our marriage, 3 different homes, and 2 children. He was my comfort through my darkest days of my dad's illness and ultimate passing. He instinctively knew when I needed him most, and I hope he felt I that reciprocated that love when he needed me. My "co-pilot", my "pinky snuggleboots", my "La-Lee", my little spoon during snuggles. I would have done anything to save him, but unfortunately sometimes these things are out of our hands. No amount of time would have been enough with him. I'll forever love him and remember him always. Rest easy, my sweet, perfect boy. 😞💔Lisa DisarioNorwood, MassachusettsOctober 2, 2019
7/17/2006 - 9/30/2019Our dearest Shortie,

It’s so amazing the way you love us.
You woke us every morning with a wagging tail and an impatient call for breakfast and greeted us every time we came home with a wiggling frenetic dance. You were always happiest when you were around us. Even when we moved rooms, you would slink into the room behind us. You picked up our language and our words of love seamlessly, like you were made for us and us only. A walk with the whole family there would light up your eyes and perk up your tail like nothing else. Even getting up from a chair would elicit your pointed ears and watchful eyes. You loved to sit in the landing of the stairs, just listening to our sounds and smells. It was your beautiful way of showing love that became our own secret language.

From you we learned to love the simple pleasures of sunshine, a soft bed, and a long walk with your loved ones. We were so lucky to have you for so many lovely years, we will cherish our memories of you, and we will love you forever.
Wini ZambareNorthville, MichiganOctober 1, 2019
3/15/2008 - 9/30/2019Kaiser was our baby, our best friend, our loyal companion. He was such a huge part of our lives and it was impossible to imagine life without him. He has a spot forever in our hearts. Our lives will not be the same since we said goodbye to Kaiser. Our home feels empty. He was truly a part of our entire family. He came on family vacations and joined us for family gatherings and holidays. He LOVED people and people loved him. He was such a special friend and we know we will never have another like him. We will never forget him or all the joy and happiness he brought into our lives.
Kaiser, we know you are running and swimming, pain free, with Monkey and Baron. We love you.
Stacy KurtzSimsbury, ConnecticutOctober 1, 2019