Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
5/19/2006Max took care of us for 14 years! He loved us and protected us, his hugs and warm heart kept me going for a long time! We will love you forever maxamillion!Avonny BennettCoral Springs, FloridaNovember 22, 2020
7/13/2003 - 11/18/2020Our beloved Remo passed peacefully in our home three days ago after 17+ years of friendship. How quickly the time has gone since I was in college and first met my puppy in a pet store at the mall. Remo has been by my side through 6 moves, 4 career changes, a one year deployment, the loss 3 family members, a marriage, and three kids. Remo was the sweetest and kindest dog ever and brought so much love to my life and our family. Words cannot express how deeply he is missed. Farewell my "old feller." I pray we meet again.Rachael StonesiferAnnapolis, MarylandNovember 22, 2020
1/1/2006 - 11/20/2020Bruno was always at my side through all the difficult times - moving, divorce, my mother’s passing, retirement. He always wanted to be with his mom. He slept on the bed by my side until he began to feel unbalanced on the bed. Then he slept on the floor next to the bed. He traveled far with me and was always up for an adventure. He climbed Camelback mountain, pulled my tube down the Guadeloupe, wore out his pads on the enchanted mountain, helped me search cemeteries in Pennsylvania, ran through the corn fields of Ohio. He loved to visit family in Tulsa and San Antonia. He enjoyed swimming and would paddle with just his front feet., using his tail as a giant rudder. He was always my protector. The UPS guy never got into our house.. he made the mistake of biting the mailman but he thought he was protecting his mom. He was in the car when the mailman handed me the mail. As I was walking into the house the mailman turned and ran after me, waving a package over his head. Bruno pushed through the back window of the SUV and bit him. He would cry when I got out of the car to put in gas. Whenever I left home he would wait by the door. I knew this day would come but hoped it would hold off a bit longer. I will miss him forever.Dianne McquarrieDallas, TexasNovember 22, 2020
10/3/2003 - 7/18/2019Roxy we have missed your smile, your pep, and your curiosity this past year. We have missed how you used to dig at the carpet, or rub your face on the ground when you were feeling good, or how you'd trot in and out of the apartment as we went in and outside. We miss coming home and seeing you curled up in your little bed, head propped up on the side, and waking up to see us.

Your sister Lexi came to visit you this past week and we hope that you weren't too lonely waiting for her. We know how much you loved her, and how you'd help clean her eyes when she'd need it--but dad took care of that for her while you were gone. Now that you're together again, we hope that you start playing with each other the way that you both did before things got tough.

You were such a sweet, shy girl, but curious all the same. We think about you nearly every day, and miss you as much. You still visit us in our dreams, and I'm glad you do--it means the world to see you again.
Dan ReadyWashington, District of ColumbiaNovember 21, 2020
4/5/2002 - 11/15/2020Catherine was a one of kind, she will be deeply missed.Tina GibsonLas Vegas, NevadaNovember 21, 2020
4/22/2008 - 11/20/2020Jasmine
Princess Jasmine,
Our beloved Siamese cat;
You were loved and will be missed,
We can assure you of that.

You were our trusted companion,
For over twelve years;
And your untimely passing,
Has brought us both to tears.

When you got sick,
We did everything we could;
But when you starting losing weight,
We knew you weren’t feeling good.

We tried for over a year,
To get you on the mend;
But when nothing was working,
We knew it was close to the end.

I knew you were meant to be in our family,
When I picked you up that day;
I left early from work to adopt you from,

You were fun loving and feisty,
And somewhat mischievous;
And the pups loved watching you run about,
As did the rest of us.

And you sometimes had an attitude,
If you were woken from your naps;
But when nightfall came and we sat in our chairs,
You always made it to our laps.

I write this today with a heavy heart,
But know your suffering has passed;
You will always be in our thoughts and hearts,
With memories that will always last.

Written By John K. Racine
November 20, 2020

Jasmine was the loving cat of Peggy and John Racine. She will be missed.
John RacineSafety Harbor, FloridaNovember 21, 2020
1/5/2020 - 11/21/2020Fly with the angels, Daisy. You are so loved. You gave us so much joy and love for 17 years. To say we will miss you doesn’t even seem enough. Our arms will always feel different without you being in them, as your favorite thing in the world was being held and carried around like a baby. You were our baby. Your sweet tiny body and sprite, always there, always wanting to love and be loved. You are in our hearts forever. Until we see each other again and when we do, I know you will be ready for endless cuddles.Erin KlawiterCoppell, TexasNovember 21, 2020
6/3/2000 - 11/20/2020Molly, you charmed and delighted us for 20 years. Thank you for all the love you gave us, the smiles and memories. Love Mom

Sad to say goodbye but thankful for the last 20 years. You’ll always be the best first dog a 10 year old could ask for. Love Sissy

My beautiful special Molly has moved on and is taking her final nap. She gave us countless hours of enjoyment, and some challenges, during her 20 years, 5 months, and 17 days. Like all things in life they must come to an end. It's the memories we make along the way that will always keep those special to us in our hearts. Rest in Peace Molly. Love Dad

Our Memories of Molly - eating everything, walking under the Christmas tree in slow motion to itch her back, sitting between Sissy and boys, trying to tell us it wasn't her that ate the feather duster with a feather in her mouth...we will miss you!
Elaine YanniFarmington, New YorkNovember 21, 2020
Charlie P. Bilgewater
4/18/2017 - 11/20/2020We felt we knew you but we had FAR too little time, even though ten times as long would still have been too short. Goodnight, sweet prince, and and flights of angels sing thee to thy rest.Baltimore, MarylandNovember 21, 2020
2/14/2020 - 11/19/2020Lexi, you are sorely missed. The days of you playing zoomies, going on nice long walks, and begging and begging and begging for food were gone well before you left us, but you still brought us such joy and you were in good spirits until the end.

It's hard to walk into the house and know that you're not here. It's hard giving up the routines that we had. And it's exceptionally hard to not be able to pick you up and just hold you.

The only thing that's not hard is knowing that you aren't hurting anymore. We love you so very much. When you find your sister Roxy, please tell her how much we still love her, too.
Dan ReadyWashington, District of ColumbiaNovember 21, 2020