Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Miss Kitty
Miss Kitty was a spectacular Kitty, she followed me, sat with me and slept with me. She was so curious and into everything and made us laugh all the time. We are heartbroken without her!❤️Linda SofolaridesLindenhurst, New YorkDecember 4, 2019
4/7/2019 - 12/2/2019On December 2, 2019 at 4:15pm Simon crossed the Rainbow Bridge surrounded by family and those who loved him to the moon and back. He was so precious, loving and a great travel companion. He was 8 years old when he came into my life in July 2012. I am the luckiest mom on earth and he will be forever in my heart. We've traveled out west via plane and/or car, and did two 5,000 mile road trips. He was a good trouper on all vacations. He made friends with moms family and friends in Ohio, Nevada, California, Arizona, Kentucky and Indiana.Kathleen CragoColumbus, OhioDecember 4, 2019
11/7/2019 - 11/23/2019Our sweet girl "Pearle" crossed over the rainbow bridge on November 23, 2019. She was sixteen years old. Pearle was the "Queen" of our home and lived a wonderful life. She was loved deeply by her family. We think of her everyday and miss her so much. We have not gotten around to putting her things away yet but we will in time. Her memory will live in our hearts forever.
We find peace in our hearts knowing she is in doggie heaven with her cousin, "Tank" by her side. He was also a Boston Terrier.
Jennifer BeardNashville, TennesseeDecember 4, 2019
8/1/2006 - 12/1/2019Max was a rescue who had a hard life before he found his forever home. We found each other in 2015 and we became best buddies. He lived the life of a king and the adopted mascot of all of our neighbors. Without fail we had long walks each day and always took time to stop at the overview at Alligator Lake.
Miss you Max, but you will always be in my heart.
Barbara TierneyClearwater, FloridaDecember 4, 2019
Betty Page
1/23/2019 - 12/2/2019Last night we put our gorgeous Betty Page to sleep. It was one of the most difficult choices that we have ever had to make. We chose to do this at home so Betty would not be stressed and so that our other dog, Foxy Brown, could be there. It was very peaceful and she looked so cute the entire time. RIP Betty Page.Chelise SimmonsPuyallup, WashingtonDecember 3, 2019
8/13/2019 - 12/1/2019We love you Ozzy and we miss you. Everyone who knew you saw the sweetness shining through you. We imagine you running and playing in the perfect afterlife that you deserve.Jackie ScheidlingerCamarillo, CaliforniaDecember 3, 2019
12/31/2005 - 12/2/2019Gracie Lynn Spears crossed the rainbow bridge surrounded by love on December 2nd, 2019. She truly was the sweetest girl. She had a special connection with my late fiance, and I would find myself getting jealous because she 'liked him more'. I later realized that she knew he was sick, and was trying to help him. She spent every minute of every day during Matt's final months by his side, and I am so grateful that he had her when I couldn't be there. She spent every moment by my side while I was grieving his passing.

Gracie had this way of making the issues of the world float away; dulled out by the sound of her purrs. I feel fortunate to be able to return the favor, and be there for her in her final moments and when she needed me most. I am eternally grateful that I was able to give her a wonderful, loving home for the short 2.5 years that I had her.

I will miss her more than she will know, but I am comforted in the though of knowing that she is at peace with Matt. Rest in paradise, my sweet angel Gracie.
Katie WaksmunskiAnnapolis, MarylandDecember 3, 2019
Sammie Foxdog
7/29/2002 - 11/28/2019Our sweet Sammie passed away peacefully on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28, 2019 surrounded by family and all of his toys. He was 17 years old and had been a part of the Nambo family for over 16 years. He brought so much joy to everyone who knew and saw him. He had the sweetest face and the longest legs — he reminded our family of a fox, deer, lamb, and bear all morphed into one. He was the friendliest pup and always walked with a prance, constantly stopping people on the street to ask if they could pet him.  He has been to 14 different states, taken a dip in the Gulf of Mexico, Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, flown on 2 airplanes, became a macaron icon, modeled for Warby P(B)arker, and was featured in a National Geographic kid's book about rescued pets. He loved to go on expeditions, meet new friends, and investigate all of the smells — anytime a new bag was brought into the house, his nose was in it. He loved to eat tasty foods, snuggle, give kisses and get back massages. He loved road trips and hikes (and riding in his special backpack carrier when he got tired). Earlier on, he really loved to run — especially in the snow and when it was cold out. But most of all he loved to spin and he kept on spinning up until he couldn't anymore... Rest in peace sweet Sammie. You are loved and missed so very much.Allie NamboAustin, TexasDecember 3, 2019
7/1/2008 - 11/8/2019Ziabelle Pantalones, you were my heart dog. It hasn't even been a month since you had to leave but it seems like a lifetime. I miss you so very much. I keep thinking I hear you in the other room. But that's silly, because if you were here, you'd be right by my side - a true velcro dog. We were truly a team going through life. I thank you so very much for helping me get through some very rough times. I don't think I could have done it without you. You had your own little snorty language that I loved so much. I still find myself talking to you out loud before I realize you're not here. But I do still feel you with me in another way. I went walking at our favorite place at the park - and I know you would have loved it. And I think you'd be glad I was out there. I wish everyone could have had a chance to meet you. You were the brightest, sweetest, and sassiest dog that I'll ever know. I love you.Jennifer MaysTakoma Park, MarylandDecember 3, 2019
4/15/2005 - 11/29/2019My beautiful girl, Maddie. You have been my best friend since day one and I have cherished every single day with you. You were always there to comfort me when I was sent to the time-out chair as a child, you supported me through all of my hardships in high school, you let me cry on your belly when I was upset, and you never failed to bring joy into my life. You were stubborn and independent, much like me, but it never got in the way of our relationship.

I will always remember the summers in Maine with you. Dad and Mom would bring out the suitcases and you would get panic stricken! You were always worried we would leave you in Maryland, so you would pace around the house and lay close to everyone to make sure you wouldn't be forgotten. Then you would happily jump into the trunk of the car for a 12 hour drive up to your favorite place: Mt. Vernon, Maine for the summer. You loved swimming, chasing squirrels, sunbathing on the dock of the lake house, and taking yourself on your own walks down the camp road. I hope you spend endless summers in Maine swimming in the lake.

I am beyond grateful that I was able to spend your last Thanksgiving with you, we all are. You imprinted your paw print into my heart and I will never forget you. I miss you so incredibly much, but I am at peace knowing that you aren't in pain anymore. You are free. We will meet again one day, but until then, thank you for being my absolute best friend. Thank you for showing me unconditional love, loyalty, compassion, forgiveness, and bringing an infinite amount of happiness into my life. I love you, Monkey, rest easy.
Kendall ZackerAnnapolis, MarylandDecember 3, 2019