Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Pele
4/11/2009 - 6/10/20206/11/20 : Yesterday we said good bye to our Alpha and our Omega. Pele Flipper Hubbard. We adopted you when you were 12-weeks old. You were filthy, wild, and indescribably cute. You stole some toys, got into a few scrapes, and were escorted out of 3 doggie day cares and one dog park. You fulfilled all of our TV family fantasies of owning a pet. You talked like Scooby doo, ran into peoples houses and knocked things over like Beethoven, and watched over us like Lassie. You were our sweet, smart, sexy good boy. Nothing will be the same without you. I hope heaven is ready to have fun, 'cuz here you come. RIP my prince.

From Ben (who missed your good bye because he was in Japan)

"What is there to say about dogs that hasn’t already been said? That they’re loyal? You were. That they love unconditionally? You did. That our time with them is always too short?
It may have seemed to you that we (your humans) could do some pretty cool stuff. Like open doors and conjure treats from the closet. But there are things we have a hard time understanding, too. Like why it is we have to part. I don’t know myself. I just know I wish it were different, that you could be my buddy forever.
If you ever need anything, you know where to find us. You have a good nose. There will always be a place for you in our home and in my heart. How lucky I was to be your human.
Rip Pele flipper Hubbard. I love you."
Jae HubbardWestlake Village, CaliforniaJuly 1, 2020
Tiger
12/2/2004 - 6/29/2020Goodbye our handsome, intelligent, funny and brave Bengal kitty, Tiger. We will miss you so much. From the day you tapped your #1 human on the shoulder and meowed "Buddy, get me out of here", you captured our hearts with your antics and personality. We know that you have claimed the best spot in heaven to catch the afternoon rays. Right now, you are probably busy teaching the other animals how to open closets and drawers and rearrange the contents, flush toilets in the middle of the night (we thought we had a ghost!), smack toys and knickknacks around just to get attention, howl so someone will wake up and talk to you, and that opposable thumbs are not always necessary for opening cat food when you are hungry (it's easy to open bags of cat food yourself - no need to wait for those silly humans to get to it!) It took cancer to get the best of you but we know that you are now cancer free and giving us the Bengal stare down from up above. You put up the good fight to the end. Everyone that met you thought you were simply the best and coolest cat ever. May you run and climb free and once in awhile, kick a little heavenly cat litter our way to let us know you are happy.Michael and Lois RicciardiSt. Petersburg, FloridaJuly 1, 2020
Moses
9/6/2009Did one of the hardest things and put down my my best friend my cat Moses!!😢💔 He was the nicest cat and I will miss him dearly!Nancy McmenaminOreland, PennsylvaniaJuly 1, 2020
Anabelle
7/11/2015 - 6/30/2020My sweet girl Anabelle, how I miss you so! It's just not fair that you were taken from us so soon. I woke up this morning, hoping yesterday was just a bad dream but sadly, it wasn't. I will miss your sloppy wet kisses, your hugs, and even your nasty drool on my pants. Anabelle, love you so much and I hope you are playing with some new friends and pain free. Your paw print will forever be embedded in my heart.Carol HaasFLEETWOOD, PennsylvaniaJuly 1, 2020
Skeeter Bug
12/4/2005 - 6/29/2020RIP Skeeter
You were a Good Boy, a champion snorer, great eater, people pleaser, my protector, best dog ever.
Your cacophony of sounds was the soundtrack of my life for almost 15 years. We will always miss you❤️❤️
No more pain, no more confusion, you’re running with Chance & Aida and you are free! I’m sure there’s plenty of bacon.
Marti PlunkettSpringboro, OhioJuly 1, 2020
Bailey
1/7/2007 - 6/25/2020Bailey was a sweet and kind dog. He trained well but came a time when he decided
I think I will play by my rules. After he went deaf forget about it. I think he was messing with me.
I would get his attention and give him the sign for a treat nine out of 10 he would come running.
If the Dog next door was out it was like pulling teeth to get him to come.
I would make up games to play in the house. He LOVED going to my Mom's house.
There he would play ( or sleep ) with his cousin Cinnamon. After Cinnamon passed and
Bailey had time to get use to him gone he would just hang out. He could ALWAYS be
found by the gate in the backyard. He would sleep there for hours. You had to walk over him to get out of the yard.
He ALWAYS waited for us to finish our meal before he go a treat.
He NEVER barked or fussed while we ate. He FOLLOWED me all the time.
If he was asleep and I left the room--- There he was right behind me.
My LITTLE shadow. He was a GOOD boy. I know how much he LOVED all of us.
He had a different thing going on with all of us. He was a character.
I will miss him barking at the air. Standing there looking at you as if you were to read his mind.Running to find his stuffed Gingerbread and stick
it right in his mouth. It was his security toy. Bailey will ALWAYS be my one and only little boy.
Joanne TerroneCopiague, New YorkJuly 1, 2020
Kingston “kingy Bear” Garcia
3/13/2007Kingy Aloi-Garcia was the most special soul. He was mischievous, fun, funny, and lovingly sweet all at the same time. He was very expressive and told everything with his eyes and his look. What really amazed us was his genius, he was so smart. He learned to do so many tricks but his all time best was the “bang bang and play dead”. His absence is profound and he was with us for 14 years out of 18 that Chris and I have been together. Missing him leaves a mark on our heart but nothing is bigger than love we hold for him and the amazing years of laughs and memories. Tearing up the toilet paper, dollar bills, underwear, tearing off the deck to chase passer-bys. Kingy you were and still are an absolute light. I can only imagine how your sparking up the next world! Be safe and see you later my lovie.Alana Aloi-GarciaMassapequa, New YorkJuly 1, 2020
Muffin
6/29/2020In loving memory of one of the most resilient, loving, old souls I will ever know. Muffin was 13-year-old or so. We will miss her spunk, playfulness and warmth. She had severe arthritis in her spine but that never stopped her from seating with her front paws completely straight, almost regal like pose! She declined about 2 weeks ago and lastly had severe episodes of seizures the day before she passed. We could not keep her any longer. We miss her! The house is not the same. My other girls (four legged children) know the pack dynamic has changed. We take comfort in knowing her passing was the compassionate thing to do.Jacqueline FonsecaSaint Cloud, FloridaJuly 1, 2020
Abby
8/2/2005 - 6/29/2020Her cute face and sweet little meow is what I fell in love with. I knew once I saw and heard her that we had to bring her home. She was something fierce and super sassy but she definitely loved her people! She loved chasing her siblings, she was so fiery and spunky and she absolutely would have loved being our only fur baby. She loved her Daddy’s lap more than anything in this world. They enjoyed their daily coconut oil together. Miss Abby, have fun chasing Bailey, Lily, and Bella again while in heaven! They truly missed you but we will miss you more! We love you so much our little peanut ❤️🐾 😢Tammy StammWest lawn, PennsylvaniaJuly 1, 2020
Marley
6/19/2010 - 6/29/2020Today I lost my best friend, my shadow. Marley you will be greatly missed . You were a great dog, we were so blessed to have you in our lives. You filled our hearts with lots of love. Unfortunately our time with you was so short , but we have many good memories. May you rest in peace Marley. Run with Jasmine and Chey Chey and have fun and we will meet again. I Love you so much. RIP 6/19/10 - 6/29/20Colleen LesterKenmore, New YorkJuly 1, 2020