Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
9/16/2015Patch, Patchy, Patchford.....we miss you terribly. Not seeing your face with your perked up, flop over ears at the window each day when we leave and come home makes us sad. You were our "boy" who we found sitting quietly at the SPCA in January 2012 just waiting for us to notice you. We took you for a walk and from that moment on, you adopted us as your new family. We noticed right away that you were very well trained and sat on the kitchen rug while we ate dinner. You never had an accident in the house, never barked just for the sake of barking, and always had a toy in your mouth when you greeted us from a long day at work. Even though we shared our life with you for just under four years, it seems like you were with us for always! You always were on someone's lap around the dinner table with your head pressed up against our chest and back feet still on the floor. We hope that you are getting spoiled by Grandma and Grandpa and are running and herding all of our furry pets in heaven. Until we meet again......Don & Jenny DreisbachYork, PennsylvaniaSeptember 29, 2015
Nicholas Alexander Giocoso
10/9/1999 - 9/28/2015Nicholas Alexander Giocoso (merry, playful) was full of life, mischief, and most of all love. He always greeted everyone with genuine joy. His tail said it all along with his kisses. He was only six pounds, but a bit of a bed hog. His cuddle was priceless. Our lil' man was a dear and valued part of our family and he will be missed...handsome boy.Troy, MichiganSeptember 29, 2015
The saddest day of my life ...when i had to say goodbye to my babygirl...words can not express how hard this is and it's taken me days to even accept the reality of it. I just hope that when she left me she knew how truly special she was in life not only for making me smile everyday but for her bright presence because cancer might have taken over her body but has never broken her spirit and i can only hope that as time goes by and all the hurt will slowly fade the day will come when i will forget the pain of losing her and only remember the happiness she brought to my life!❤️🐾❤️Cristina NedelcuArlington heights, IllinoisSeptember 28, 2015
6/1/2000 - 9/23/2015Dear Bridey, we miss you terribly. We saw you grow from a little kitten to a beautiful adult cat. You and your brother Boy, who passed away in June, have left a blank spot in our heart. But it is being filled by all the wonderful memories we have of you both. You were a special kitty and we know you are happy now and taking lovely naps in a beautiful place. Until we cross the Rainbow Bridge together, you will always be in our hearts.Dianne MurphyHudson, FloridaSeptember 28, 2015
9/23/2015Dear Little Lulu, we had you for about 9 years and that wasn't enough. You were so special to us and the most loving of all our dear pets. I miss seeing your sweet little face. I feel like Dorothy when she told the Scarecrow that she was going to miss him the most. I love all my fur babies but you hold a special place for being the loving little kitty. We know you were very old and we were lucky to have you those 9 short years but losing you and our other fur baby on the same day was especially traumatic. I miss you and am blessed that I had you for what time I did.Dianne MurphyHudson, FloridaSeptember 28, 2015
Mutsu Rubio
9/11/2002 - 9/26/2015gave her 14 great years and she gave us so much more...she was the best dog i ever had and she will always be remembered and lovedJEANNETTE RUBIOrahway, New JerseySeptember 27, 2015
12/1/2004 - 9/22/2015In memory of our sweet little girl Hailey. We were blessed to have her as a part of our family for 11 years. Hailey would always be waiting at the door to greet us when we came, tail wagging and a kiss waiting. She loved her belly rubs, if you started by petting her head she would slowly roll over to make sure you rubbed her fat little tummy. You would most often see her playing with her little stuffed frog, and she also loved to play tug of war. We love her so much and miss her immensely.Beth DangLynnwood, WashingtonSeptember 27, 2015
9/1/2001 - 9/16/2015Fivel was one of the best-loving four-legged friends my partner and I have ever known. He is survived by his brother Simba who is equally as loving. Fivel and Simba loved each other as human siblings share love. They would often play and tussle with each other always ending with loving licks to each other's heads. Losing Fivel to bone cancer was one of the worst experiences in our lives thus far. We were blessed to have had him in our lives for as long as we had. He was such a great friend and full of personality. He always met us at the door greeting us with meows and rubbing against our legs. Fivel would always follow us around the house. He was never one of those cats you rarely saw. He was always present. His passing was very traumatic and heart wrenching. Thank God we had him for the time we did. We are showing his brother much love for he is also suffering from the lose of his brother. Often searching the house, calling out for his brother, not understanding why he isn't answering. My partner and I try to make up his loneliness with as much attention as we can give. We know sometime in the future, we will see Fivel again.Kraig McKimSt. Charles, MissouriSeptember 27, 2015
Bubba Max
9/6/2006 - 9/24/2015Our Bubba was a special boy that we believe understood every word we ever spoke. All that met him.loved him. In turn he loved them back. He loved to run and play and give big wet kisses. He was 140lb warm gentle giant that had a 14lb girlfriend named Chloe. He will be greatly missed and in our thoughts daily.
Sleep well my Buddy and I'll see you up there.
daniel steeleSwedesboros, New JerseySeptember 27, 2015
4/1/1996 - 8/30/2015So hard to find words to describe the loss of my baby girl after 19 years of constant, loyal companionship, love and affection. We were soulmates from different species. She delighted me every day with her graceful beauty, including her eyes that were like huge jade opals that lit up in the sunlight. She amazed me with her ability to tune into my emotions. When I was upset, she would come and sit next to me, pressing gently into my side so I could feel her calm presence. She was my snuggle bunny. At night when she saw me getting ready for bed, she jumped up to wait for me there, ready to curl up in my arms and fall asleep purring.

Once I left town for 2 weeks -- a very rare occurrence -- and left her at home with a cat-sitter. The cat-sitter told me that Orukachan kept going to the back window, standing on her hind legs and meowing loudly into the back yard, looking around. I'm sure she thought I had gotten lost in the neighborhood and was calling out so I could find my way home.
Melissa WhiteTampa, FloridaSeptember 27, 2015