Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
4/20/1999 - 2/22/2020Missing our sweet Cleo 💕 it still feels like she is here with us.Aimee and Steve KurillaDearborn, MichiganFebruary 23, 2020
2/20/2008 - 2/22/2020Allie joined us after wandering the streets of White Rock Lake. She served as the Lady in Waiting for Empress Ivy, who guided her in the ways of royal power and etiquette. Queen Allie ascended the throne of Embree after the beloved Ivy passed away. She carried on the fierce protection of her castle; no squirrel or cat or possum dared to question her authority for risk of life. She would receive guests but only those who followed strict protocol and obeisance to her majesty. Her grandmother Joan was provided particular privileges to the throne. The arrival of Prince Stevie required some initial training but he quickly understood the line of ascension. He played when Her Majesty allowed it. Allie loved her garden and spent may hours monitoring its progress. She also traveled extensively to Truth or Consequences, New Mexico; Bay St. Louis, MI; Ozark Mountains, AR.Michael DegenGarland, TexasFebruary 23, 2020
3/24/2009 - 2/16/2020Our dearest Pai, you have brightened our lives for almost 11 years. From the moment we saw you, you captured our hearts. We knew from the moment that we first held you that the love you'll be sharing with us would be one the greatest loves of our lives... we did not imagine how much pain losing you would be... how empty our hearts would feel, and our home would be without you. 

We cherish every moment we had with you, Pai... We will miss your gentle, sweet & kind ways, how you can be clumsy at times and yet still be graceful, how patient & understanding you were especially when you became a big brother. We will miss how excited & happy you were when we would play with you, and you'd get to show off your "figure 8" trick... how determined you were to find your toy when we would play hide & seek... We will miss watching you find the patch of sun in the living room, and taking trips with you. We will miss how heavy your head felt when you would lay on our lap. We will miss your barks when the doorbell would ring and when daddy would come home. I will miss having you in the kitchen with me... and how you would help clean the floor when kids would drop crumbs & pieces of food. We'll miss you attacking the vacuum cleaner. We will miss how much you loved opening presents and how excited you would get when you hear us sing happy birthday... to anyone! We will miss seeing your ears perk up when you would hear Miley Cyrus' The Climb, and hearing your beautiful voice as you sang to it. We will miss taking walks with you... We will miss hearing you snore...

You showed us your strength during your battle with hemangiosarcoma, and how selfless you truly were til the very end...

Thank you for choosing us to be your family, Pai. We hope that you felt the same love & joy you've given us all these years. You will be in our hearts forever and for always...
Ann KapalunganCampbell, CaliforniaFebruary 23, 2020
2/13/2007 - 2/20/2020Horatio was the sweetest boy. He greeted everyone like they were his long lost friend. He would go bounding up to them and then put on the brakes just before colliding with them. He never understood why anyone didn’t like him. He loved everyone. He never reacted when bitten, he was too sweet for that. When he was younger, he swam like a fiend. He was so tolerant of everything and everyone. Recently I adopted a kitten, who loves sleeping with him. He even welcomed that. When he was young, he was the best cuddle bug, he was such a good spooner, I used to joke that I could rent him out. All the people in the neighborhood loved him, and loved seeing him. He played with all their dogs for all the years of his life. Many came by to say goodbye on his last day and shared memories while they were there. He got to chow down on some burger patties and lick a jar of frozen baby food as he drifted off to sleep. His last day was wonderful, he loved having all his human friends over and all the food treats he got.Susan WeilLos Angeles, CaliforniaFebruary 23, 2020
Sonic Potato
5/25/2015 - 2/21/2020Our little Spikey treasure was put to rest on Friday and we couldn't be more broken hearted. Little man, you were the best Potato ever and you will always be in our hearts. We loved you so much and you brought us so much joy. Please enjoy our little song we sang for you:
Little Buddy, thats you. Little Buddy, its true. You live in an igloo. You don't make people go a-choo! You've got one tooth outta two. You run so fast, without shoes. You like to leave little poos. That we pick up with tissues. Little buddy, its true. Know we'll always miss you! We will always love you!
Stacy & Patrick HanksMilwaukee, WisconsinFebruary 22, 2020
7/1/2009 - 2/17/2020My Bella’s life:
Bella, aka Bellita, Mama, Princessa, Girlie, born on July 1, 2009 in Iowa, passed away in her loving home on February 17, 2020, in Massachusetts after suffering from kidney failure. She resided in Massachusetts from 1 month old until her passing. She was 10 years, 7 months, 17 days, 93,192 hours, 5,591,520 minutes, 335,491,200 seconds old.

Bella’s life involved trash picking (if Mom or Dad didnt instantly put the trash outside), food sniffing, attention demanding, and kissing when she was not barking to get picked up/get food/go outside, or growling to tell us to pick her up/give her food/get her outside, or walking around the house in search of food. She loved Belo, food (all kinds), cuddles, kissing, and being held. In her later years she lost her sight and that did not stop her in anyway from being who she was. She was the true definition of a female dog. She was a Mom to 3 beautiful pups, 2 girls and 1 special little boy who looks just like his Momma - Lilly, Buster, and Lully. She was a strong little (but big in her mind) female dog whom defended herself against any fresh boy who’d try to sniff her behind. She would easily put any doggie in their place, no matter the size, if she did not like the vibe they were bringing into her space. She was courageous, caring, loving, super super smart, and the head of the household she was a part of.

She leaves behind her Husband/Partner-in-crime/Companion-who-was-with-her-every-day-of-her-life-with-the-exception-of-hospital-overnight-stays, Belo. Her beautiful kids, Lilly, Buster, and Lully whom all survived her to keep a little piece of her alive. She was (and will always be) loved by many, including her companion Belo (who misses her a lot) and kids, her Mom and Dad, Grandparents, Aunts, all family, and family friends who got to hear Mom tell stories about her whenever she did funny things (which was...quite often).

Her funeral and memorial services were held on February 17, 2020, at her current residence in Massachusetts. Coincidentally it was Presidents Day and what an honorable and fitting day for a doggie who ran the house and told us all what to do to go to doggie heaven ♥️

A little message for her:
Dear Bella - I love you so much. You have taken a piece of my heart with you, and I will always meet you there. Until we meet again my feisty, fighting, strong, intelligent, funny, more than a dog, best friend. Thank you for the funny memories. Thank you for the dances. Thank you for keeping me on my toes. Thank you for teaching me how to love, how to enjoy the little present moments, how to be present. Thank you for giving me a reason to wake up every morning. Thank you for giving me purpose. Thank you for loving me unconditionally. Thank you for choosing me. Thank you for everything! May God hold you in the palm of his hands... UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN!

“May the road rise up to meet you.
May the wind be always at your back.
May the sun shine warm upon your face;
the rains fall soft upon your fields
and until we meet again,
may God hold you in the palm of His hand.”
Carla C. P.Weymouth, MassachusettsFebruary 22, 2020
5/1/2005 - 2/21/2020Sweet Lilly Monster, the most loyal, loving, joyful beautiful brown dog. I was lucky enough to “adopt” her and care for her. She not only brought me so much love and companionship, but she was a camp dog and brought so many smiles and so much joy to many children, adults and families touched by cancer. She loved the lake and summers at Camp Good Days and she loved the snow and eating it whenever she had the chance, even on her last days with us. The best dog a girl could ask for. She will remain forever my best friend and forever in my heart and the hearts of so many 💜Christina WoodsRochester, New YorkFebruary 22, 2020
9/8/2006 - 2/21/2020My Sweetest Angel with Amber eyesGary KellyOrlando, FloridaFebruary 22, 2020
5/26/2007 - 2/18/2020Dear Lily ,
You came into our lives unexpectedly and with an abundance of joy. You loved each of us unconditionally. You protected us and watched over us each and every day. In return we loved you more than you will ever know and delighted in feeding you Costco rotisserie chicken, steak and even salmon sashimi, none of which were leftovers!! Eggs over easy were one of your favorites as were ribs on the grill, hold the sauce please!!! You remained faithfully by our sides each and every day. There is a bed in every room for you. The highlight of your day and mine was our daily walk. We have literally gone miles together. You welcomed Murphy into our home and showed him the ropes. We could read each other’s minds. I knew what you needed and you knew the same about me. You have been there through everything with our family. I know you are at peace now and on your way over the rainbow bridge where there is an abundance of treats and love and free from pain. Look for Poppy and Papoo as I am sure they are hanging out together talking about the old days waiting for you with open arms and a treat of course.
Love you girl. Even with all of love around me, I know in my heart that no one will ever love me like you did!! To say I am going to miss you is an understatement. There is an emptiness in our house without you, but your memory will live on in our hearts FURever!
Julie BAtlanta, GeorgiaFebruary 22, 2020
6/1/2004 - 2/21/2020The last 17 years of my life has been an amazing journey! Having lived alone for so many years, I was never truly alone, all because of a little cat that found me and needed me as much as I needed him. It was time spent in silent companionship, the best confidante and friend that anyone could ask for. One that never answered you back unless he was hungry lol, but understands you in a way most people probably never will. The one who knows all your secrets and keeps it secret. Imagine that! LOL

It is with such sadness that I write to you today to tell you that Ralphie passed away thanks to a kind vet from the Lap of Love Animal Hospice. The experience was so amazing, one that I would do again and again if I had to.

"I was so grateful the day you found me and chose me to be your mommy and changed my life for the better. Love you always and miss you forever! Sleep well my little son!"
Deborah CBay Shore, New YorkFebruary 22, 2020