Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
6/6/2004 - 8/13/2019BEST of the BEST. Loved by all. Missed by all.Elizabeth BucknerKnoxville, TennesseeAugust 14, 2019
Harley Rose
8/2/2006 - 5/18/2019To our girl, Harley Rose...

You gave us way more than we could ever have given you, We cherish so many memories. You are loved and missed.
Christine WaltonColumbus, OhioAugust 14, 2019
Sergeant Pepper
1/1/2002 - 7/22/2019Rest well, Sergeant Pepper. I’m glad I was able to take care of you for a while. You were always there when I needed a lift, and I really enjoyed our time. You were a nonjudgmental friend, and I saw you more than almost anyone else. You were my best buddy, and the nights are still lonely without you strutting around, trilling, or waking me up.

I’ll see you at the Rainbow Bridge.



Daniel CohenHouston, TexasAugust 14, 2019
8/13/2019Bella was a very sweet kitty, loved to sit in laps and purrClaire GonderSeattle, WashingtonAugust 14, 2019
10/24/2007 - 8/13/2019Red was a pure bred Jindo left on the streets of Anchorage Alaska. I first saw him 10.24.12. It took me 3 months of bitter cold walks to finally rescue him.
It was worth it because the love and absolute loyalty he had for me and only me was something I will never feel again in this lifetime. I connected so much with this little boy. I am an adopted Korean girl and he was an abandoned Korean boy. Or live for expert couldn't compare to anything else in this world. I believe he must have taken the best care of me in a past life and that's why I took such great care of him in this one. He knew everyday how important he was to me. For 7 years I walked this boy at least 3 times a day for an hour and a half EVERY day. I nursed him when he was hit with a severe case of vestibular and suffered a major stroke. What this little boy meant to me and I him was stronger than any movie or storybook fairy tale.
Kim MandeLas Vegas, NevadaAugust 14, 2019
8/10/2019 - 8/6/2019Danny was just an amazing dog..... He was a gentle soul, well mannered golden retriever mix... It didn't matter what animal we rescued next, he was always there to greet them.... and put them in their place. All knew he was mommy's boy. Anytime we had a party at the house, everyone went towards Danny the gentle soul...Phyllis DAvanzoHoltsville, New YorkAugust 14, 2019
7/4/2002 - 8/11/2019Love never dies.Ron FleischerHighland Park, IllinoisAugust 13, 2019
George Martin
9/4/2001 - 8/12/2019Our sweet George was more like a dog than a cat and was a gentle, kind, faithful and loving companion and friend. He loved being around us and even as his arthritis and kidney disease began to worsen, would contently lay on a blanket in the kitchen anytime I cooked. He was also our evening sentry. As soon as I told him it was "night night" time, he would scurry up the stairs and sit keeping watch as we got ready for bed. He would wait until we were settled before getting into bed himself. George was instrumental in helping me get over my father's death, and was so intuitive, somehow always knowing if someone was in pain or suffering, His solution, was to lightly tap their leg with his paw and ask to be picked up, after which he would curl up in their lap and offer his warm body as comfort. One of his favorite things to do was to go out into the yard and keep guard. There were countless days, however, I found him sleeping on his back, his beautiful white belly facing up, his legs spread wide soaking in the rays of the sun on a hot summer day looking goofy, but regal at the same time. How I will miss him and his companionship, but there is comfort knowing he is no longer suffering. As empty as the house feels without him, the thought of George laying on his back soaking in the sun happy and pain free hopefully thinking of us, make me smile.Melissa MartinKeizer, OregonAugust 13, 2019
10/12/2008 - 8/1/2019T.r.o.t. (the Republic Of Texas). What can our family say other than we miss our Trot so much! It was so hard to let our big, goofy Lab go. We adopted Trot for Christmas 2008 as a little brand new puppy... so clumsy, playful, sharp little baby teeth and cute puppy breath. Our boy grew, loved playing ball and tug of war. I still remember one evening when we were grilling out back. The grill was loaded with all kinds of goodies. Trot was, as always, holding his ball, ready to play. I would tell him back and with his ears half-cocked and a slight snarl, he would patiently wait at the edge of the porch until I kicked the ball to him. Well, I kicked the ball, it flew through the air, ricocheted of a tree and, oddly enough, went straight towards the grill... that ball landed on the grill, rolled over every single thing on the bottom rack and then somehow popped up on the top rack and did the same... complete shock. Needless to say, Trot and I learned to not play ball while grilling. He also sounded like a Hughy helicopter when he would sniff the ground intensely - I miss that sound. He was so loving to everybody, would soak you with his tongue at any opportunity. He always had such a sweet face. When we would play ball, one of his back legs would shake while he waited for the ball to be kicked - always so excited to play ball. He was so good to our other doggie and our cat. Our cat would roll around on the floor next to him and play with his tail - he would just let it be so. Such a loving member of our family. We miss you Trot, we miss you so much boy! Love you!Arlington, TexasAugust 13, 2019
Betsy Kenyon
10/2/2014 - 8/11/2019They will not go quietly,
the pets who’ve shared our lives.
In subtle ways they let us know
their spirit still survives.
Old habits still can make us think
we hear them at the door
Or step back when we drop
a tasty morsel on the floor.
Our feet still go around the place
the food dish used to be,
And, sometimes, coming home at night,
we miss them terribly.
And although time may bring new friends
and a new food dish to fill,
That one place in our hearts
belongs to them…
and always will.
Jason, Amanda Kenyon, and Matthew ThomasNewport News, VirginiaAugust 13, 2019