Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
9/1/2003 - 8/1/2014Scooter left a forever paw print on our hearts!Bonnie ZickgrafDavenport, FloridaAugust 3, 2014
12/2/2001 - 8/2/2014In memory of our loving baby boy Zack, he suffered an injury when he was 5 and persevered through so much. He was a strong and loyal boy, who is loved so dearly. It gives us peace to know that he is no longer in pain and is running and playing. The love he gave was stomach ache love...he will be missed more than words can ever express. He had so many nicknames because anyone who came in contact with him was so endeared to him. What a treasure he was...thank you Zack, you gave us far more than we could have ever given you. xoxoxoxoxoxo!!!!Noelle MaroonSparta, New JerseyAugust 3, 2014
10/1/2002 - 8/3/2014The house is so empty and quiet without you, Boo Boo. You were my protector for the last 12 years and I protected you. I always loved the fact that you made it clear that no harm would come to me while you were around. You were beautiful, smart and sweet, and a wonderful guard dog. Everybody is sorry to hear that you gave up your fight, but it was your time. You were my best friend. I love you, Bear. Rest in peace, buddy. I'm sure Benny is glad to see you.Nina McCullockHurdle Mills, North CarolinaAugust 3, 2014
7/5/2005 - 7/30/2014It's now been four days since Andy closed his eyes for the last time. Since then, every hour holds those "Andy" moments; we glance at his water bowl to make sure it's filled, expect him to meet us when we return home, are careful to not trip over him in a dark room. Andy moments are the myriad impulses of his being here, and the hollowness when we remember he is not. For Andy, "Home" was the word that excited him most—"Home" meant refuge, family, peace, rest—we believe he has all those things now, as well as his home, away from home, in our hearts.Susan & Lee RheaPennsville, New JerseyAugust 3, 2014
5/1/2000 - 8/1/2014Daisy, You were my companion for the last 14 years. I will miss you dearly, lovebug, but know in my heart that you are at peace now. Thank you for all your strength and courage these last few years; I know you were hanging around for me! Hope you are enjoying being pain free, running around with all your old friends and family. Be a good girl for momma! Don't beg too much! : )Shannon MigginsPembroke Pines, FloridaAugust 3, 2014
5/11/1998 - 7/29/2014We will always remember our best friend Buddy who brought love and happiness to our family...16 years and we would like to have hd 40 more!Alania and Louie IveyKnoxville, TennesseeAugust 3, 2014
7/22/1998 - 8/1/201416 years ago, we first laid eyes on a four week old yellow lab puppy that would become a part of our family. From the beginning she was smart and gentle. My 3 children grew up with her and loved her very much. Nellie's favorite things were to"go for a walk", lots of doggy bones, and to be with her family. Even though she got so old and tired, she was still "my baby girl"and would always wag her tail and smile. She will always be so loved and we will have her in our hearts forever till we meet again.Debbie RakowitzMission Viejo, CaliforniaAugust 3, 2014
6/13/1998 - 7/30/2014Our beloved Cody died on July 30, 2014. He was an amazing friend who did not know he was a dog -- and after a while, we forgot too. Cody, you lit up our lives for 16 years. Thank you. We can’t imagine how it would have been without you. We will always love you..Sharon KliwinskiArlington, VirginiaAugust 3, 2014
5/31/1999 - 7/31/2014My sweet Molly has gone to sleep for the last time. My precious friend became my sidekick in Denver and was such a good sport through the multiple moves around the country. Molly, you kept me living in the present and you were the reason I would stop work and come home each night. I only hope I gave you a life full of love, warmth, and kindness and that you are at peace right now. My heart is broken at not having you in my life and the house is very quiet without you. You will always be in my heart and I am so grateful that you were a part of my life. Rest in peace my sweet, sweet angel.Karen StiansenFairfax, VirginiaAugust 3, 2014
7/22/2014Our dearest Simba was such a sweetie - he followed us through our day and was always ready to snuggle. He chewed up flip flops, carpet and a jet ski but all was forgiven when he was in your arms. He lived the fresh air and lounging around the pool and would hunt for lizards on the lion fountain. He would run to the refrigerator when he heard the ice dispenser and we will never know why. He was only grumpy when it was bedtime - he would grumble but then settle into a loud purr once he was tucked in at the foot of the bed. I woke to his large body laying on most of my pillow and I would hear him purring. I wish I could hold him and see his big green eyes look back at me one more time. We will miss you chunkin !!!Audrey KelleyJacksonville, FloridaAugust 2, 2014