Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Rudy "Rudolph Valentino"
8/13/1997 - 4/13/2013My life was greatly enriched for many years by having Rudy by my side as my devoted best buddy. My sweet boy, I will miss you terribly and will always remember our precious time with smiles and tears. See you later my love!Sherry HajaistronTampa, FloridaApril 16, 2013
6/28/1999 - 4/13/2013Gammon, Al's buddy & companion, our hunter and Mr. Snarly... oh how we have loved you for these past 14-years. You won our hearts from the moment you found us and a piece of you will always stay with us forever. There will never be another early morning you are not thought of scratching on the bedroom door nor another turkey sandwich made where we are not looking for you. Thank you for sharing your life with us & being a good brother to Cribbage. Be free of illness, our sweet boy, and run like the wind!Susan RosenPalatine, IllinoisApril 15, 2013
Winston trevino
4/14/2013Rest in peace, my baby Winston. You were my prince, my sweetness, my best friend, and God's great blessing to me. I didn't rescue you, my precious baby - you rescued me. You are barking and playing in the green fields of Heaven now, my dearest, dearest boy! I give God thanks for the time He allowed us to have. Now sleep peacefully and without pain. Mommy loves you with her whole heart.Belinda TrevinoLewisville, TexasApril 15, 2013
11/20/2004 - 2/16/2013My Dearest Cody,

It has been 8 weeks today since I had to make that painful decision to let you go, and although it was the right decision it still haunts me. You fought the battle with Cancer bravely for almost a year & half, never letting on how sick you were, always happy, bright & alert right up until the end, when the Cancer finally won.

Not a single day goes by that I don't miss you and everything about you…

How I wish you were here to suddenly let go of your high pitched bark and make me jump out of my seat.

I miss your bath acrobats with the towel while I attempted to dry you off.

I miss you sitting around the corner out of sight while we ate dinner, staying hidden, but moaning and groaning to be sure we knew you were there.

I miss our game of tag where you would tag me with your Nylabone or squeak toy and then dart away so I couldn't get it, growling as if you were the toughest dog alive.

I miss how connected we were, so much so that I always knew what you wanted just by the way you looked at me, and vice-versa.

I miss your little warm body next to me when I sleep. I still wake myself up at night reaching for you, looking for the familiar warmth of your body, only to find an empty spot where you once lay.

I miss how you would stand next to your doggie bed here in my office and wait patiently until I noticed so I could lift up your blanket for you to crawl under it even though you could get under it yourself.

There are so many things I miss about you that I could never write them all here, but the one thing I miss the most is your hugs. The way you would place your head across my chest and wrap your paw around me as best you could. You would lie there like that as long as I would let you… I just wish I could have let you lay there forever.
Patty McKinleyLargo, FloridaApril 13, 2013
Jasmine sabal
12/20/2000 - 6/15/2013My precious Sabal, I miss you so much. So beautiful & full of love. My pomeranian.Sherrie WPort richey, FloridaApril 13, 2013
5/12/1998 - 4/8/2013George was the son of a Grand Champion Maine Coon cat who "didn't show well," according to his breeder, because he hated being held up and poked and prodded. What he loved was curling up on the couch with his humans, putting a soft paw on an arm when he wanted his head rubbed. He had traveled across the country twice, and seen his loving cat-mom through a bad marriage into a good one. He lived in more than a dozen places in 15 years, and he always weathered change like a champ. Nothing fazed George, including even the lymphoma that finally took him, and his stubbornness that gave us two years together we weren’t supposed to have. I’ll always miss him.Laura MarshallChapel Hill, North CarolinaApril 12, 2013
3/20/2013We miss you every day! We will see each other some day on The Rainbow Bridge, both you and Bailey.
Love Mommy, Daddy, Jack and Connor
Stephanie MarohnicClermont, FloridaApril 11, 2013
8/1/2001 - 4/1/2013What a terrific little companion Sama was! She had a great life getting into numerous adventures, napping in the sun, and being much loved. She’s gone on to bigger adventures now and I miss her odd meows and her locomotive purrs tremendously.... but I am better for the time we had together!

With much love and gratitude....
Amy AdamsDelray Beach, FloridaApril 10, 2013
5/26/1995 - 3/26/2013We wanted a companion for our cat, Nala so we answered an ad from a man who was selling kittens. She was about 6 weeks old and his kids had already named her Precious so we kept the name We were living in New York State when Precious came to us and two years later we moved to Alabama. A year after that we moved to Chicago then a few years later to FL. Precious rolled with all of the relocating even though she hated riding in the car. She even flew once. She was a big cat with an even bigger personality. She would always talk to us in a voice that was hard to describe. It sounded something like a baby crying, "WAH" but it wasn't annoying it was just Precious. In 2009 her companion, Nala passed away. For several weeks after, Precious roamed the house crying at night. She missed her friend. She made a couple of trips back and forth from IL to FL while our daughter was in graduate school. They became closer than ever. As Precious aged, she became diabetic, had signs of early kidney failure and high blood pressure. Our daughter, Melissa took care of all of her medical needs. Her quality of life was still good so we could justify the medications, the special diet, the many trips to the vet and the sub-cutaneous fluids. She was worth all of it and more. Last week it became apparent that her quality of life was rapidly declining and it was time to say good-bye. We miss her terribly and would do it all over again if we had to. She was a special member of our family who helped to get us through our many moves and changes in life. We love you Precious and will never forget you. We know you're free of your pain now and hope you know how much we loved you.Susan TiberioSt. Augustine, FloridaApril 3, 2013
10/26/2000 - 3/24/2013Nikki was a precious black standard poodle with a joyous disposition. Her overwhelming energy was uplifting and her happiness was contagious. Her unconditional love was evident from the very start-- she never met a stranger and loved all she came in contact with. Nikki was very easy to please and her two favorite things in the world (aside from people and other animals) were a felt green tennis ball and a rich green stalk of broccoli. Looking at the simplistic nature of her favorite things has caused us to ponder on and learn so much about ourselves and life in general. From Nikki, we learned that simplicity is the key to happiness and that being surrounded by the ones you love is the only thing that matters. We learned that unconditional love was a God- given trait, evident by Nikki's ferocious tail wagging, running to greet you and huge smile. When you stopped petting Nikki, she would gently nudge you with her nose to let you know that she loved the love you were giving her and wanted even more. Nikki's love and happiness brought our family and all those who knew her closer together. Her smile was endless and her overflowing heart was contagious. She loved everyone she came in contact with and made everyone feel like they were the most important person in the world. As said so perfectly by Dr. Sara Fletcher, "Nikki's spirit became too beautiful for her body." We have so many joyous memories of Nikki and how she enriched our life in so many ways and continue to thank God for her every day.Wanda GradyGreensboro, North CarolinaApril 3, 2013