Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
7/7/2006 - 11/17/2020Our Clementine was a little cat with an enormous personality! She was an intelligent, imperious, and affectionate girl.Leslie GalePhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaNovember 21, 2020
Kibble Gonsiewski
12/24/2005 - 11/21/2020Thanks kibble for teaching our children to love animals and to get love back in return.Kate MillerDelaware, Ohio, OhioNovember 21, 2020
1/11/2005 - 11/18/2020Tiny but Mighty
We have laid our beloved Zoey to rest after 15 glorious years together. She licked our tears, she snuggled us daily. She was our shadow, our protection, our precious little baby girl. She loved us fiercely and we can still feel that love even though she is gone. ZOEY G.D.O.A.T.
KATHLEEN SHAFFERYFlanders, New JerseyNovember 21, 2020
10/22/2011 - 11/13/2020“How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.” -A.A. Milne

We said goodbye to our sweet wonder-pup Chloe, as her degenerative myelopathy caused her body to begin giving up on her. She was a gentle, caring dog who loved everyone she met and was always by our son’s side from the time we brought him home from the hospital. She loved giving kisses and cuddles, putting her paw up on the sofa for one more pet, singing along with the guitar or piano, destroying soccer and basketballs in the backyard, and stalking, wrestling and racing around the yard with her sister, Nala.

We will miss her begging for scraps at the table. We will miss her putting her bone up to us by the couch, so we could hold it for her while she chewed on it sitting up. We will miss her barking at absolutely nothing at all hours of the day. We will miss every other memory of her because there’s just too many to write down. We will miss her with every ounce of our beings.

Rest In Peace, Chloe. We love you.
Lyndsey EgelhoffWest Jefferson, OhioNovember 21, 2020
10/31/2010 - 11/19/2020You came into my life when I needed you the most. All the way from TX you followed... and forever you will be in my heartLluvia AragonAurora, ColoradoNovember 20, 2020
5/9/2005 - 11/17/2020Virginia, aka “Good Girl”, “Puppy”, “Pooper”, "Thumper", and "Gray Lady", left us on 11/17/2020 at the ripe old age of 15-1/2 years. She was a survivor. Having started life on the streets of downtown KC, I found her and her labrador brothers late one workday in an empty lot. She was the only black one and the only female, and she first endeared herself to us when, trailing her brothers down an alley, she managed to knock them all over like a bowling ball when all except her stopped at our beckoning. We found homes for the brothers, but Virginia was to be ours.

Nothing would keep her down. She had so much energy that my wife started running again to tire her out each day. She was the perfect running companion for hundreds of miles, and it always made me feel better knowing how she would put herself between my wife and danger.

In the early years, she chewed everything, from the vintage heirloom sofa to the baseboard on the wall. When I had foot surgery, she napped with me, resting her head on my belly. Then came our children, and she graciously accepted them one by one into our ‘pack’. In fact, I’m pretty sure that is when she made my wife her fave.

Each day she was unsatisfied until the last of us was back in the house safely. And this was tough, because we travelled a lot. Whether we were gone 5 weeks or 5 minutes, she always welcomed us home with a smile.

In her prime, she was svelte. An athlete, just like my wife. Everyone commented on how beautiful she was, even after she “retired" from running. She and I grew old and gray and arthritic together.

In 15-1/2 years, she never ever left a morsel of food in her bowl. Not even on her last day. She did leave plenty drips of water all over the kitchen floor.

Virginia, you reflected more perfectly than any broken human the attributes of God—unconditional love, loyalty, faithfulness and joy. You were His gift to us. I wish we could know what God’s eternal plan is for pets, but if you are with Him, I am confident he greeted your arrival with “Well done, Good Girl. Well done."
MARSHALL MINNICHLENEXA, KansasNovember 20, 2020
11/4/2005 - 11/11/2020Skittles, we miss you so terribly much! Not seeing you in one of your many beds throughout the house is the hardest thing. We hope that we gave you the best life a mini dachshund could possibly have, and that it was a life filled with love, cuddling, burrowing, snacking, tugging, and petting. Your human family will never forget you, we have about a millions pictures and videos to prove it. We love you, buddy!Valerie GrossVienna, VirginiaNovember 20, 2020
5/17/2004 - 11/15/2020I didn’t think I would post this, but after telling individuals over the past few days, it is too hard to repeat that I had to say goodbye to Poosha – although she will be forever in my heart. I miss her terribly but I am so grateful to my girl for letting me love her immensely and providing me with so much comfort and pure joy over the years.

It is already hard without her here as my daily alarm clock, my partner in cheering on the Cubs and hoping for more from the Bears, helping me with online shopping and gift wrapping, repurposing boxes and bags, and alerting me of (but not killing) any bugs in the house. Most of all, I’ll be missing her gorgeous face, always ready for a chin scratch and her tiny body cuddling up on my shoulder, lap or butt and just loving me for whatever I could offer her. She was a resilient little girl through the end and should now be at peace knowing she filled my heart with love every day I was blessed with her in my life.
Rolling Meadows, IllinoisNovember 19, 2020
1/1/2010 - 9/15/2020Miss Moxie Jennifer. My Little Shadow.Leisa AlbrittonJacksonville, FloridaNovember 19, 2020
9/9/2008 - 11/14/2020Words can't express how much you are missed. There is a hole in my heart and a hurt in my stomach. We enjoyed everything about you. Your personality was the perfect compliment to our family and you took great care of us. We enjoyed taking care of you too - through health and through sickness. I have journaled pages of what we miss about you. After your diagnosis, those last 6 weeks slowed down as we spent precious time making different memories that we cherish. We are grateful for the 12 years you were in our lives. Although the pain is too great right now, I hope in the future as I remember all that made you special, I'll be able to smile and remember what I was given and not what I lost. You taught us as much as you learned from us. Until we meet again.Paula HutchensNicholasville, KentuckyNovember 18, 2020