Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
4/14/2004 - 5/16/2020Jake was an adventurous spirit. When he was young, he played fetch and ran through the house making whooping brroowowows when he was excited. Usually this was when there was a group of girls over (he loved showing off for ladies) or when he realized both of his parents were home for the night. Whenever he was in a celebratory mood. He always greeted guests at the door and he always stayed with the overnight guests to make sure they had adequate snuggles and a loving alarm. Jake was quite the traveler. His grandma once asked the airline if he could get frequent flyer miles as his tickets were often just as pricey as the human ones. In addition to planes, he traveled on Amtrak, the Chicago El, the bus, many road trips and even spent some time on a boat. He grew up in Chicago and was at home at both grandparents' houses in Peoria, IL and Montgomery, AL. He even called New Orleans 'home' for a bit before his maternal grandparents moved. He spent his last year and a quarter in Nashville and finally got a yard of his own to traipse around in. He spent his last moments in that yard in the sunshine and his last days with his quarantined parents, getting pretty much whatever he wanted, whenever he wanted it.Meredith & Dean Lyons/BeeverNashville, TennesseeMay 17, 2020
3/3/2020 - 5/15/2020My baby girl, you came into our lives unexpectedly but we couldn’t have asked for a better companion. You were as close to perfect as perfect can be when it comes to dogs. You very rarely barked, you were an excellent jogging partner, a love bug,, and you were loyal and devoted to us. You were my girl and I was your person. We miss you so much but we keep reminding ourselves that you are in a better place now. You will NEVER be forgotten or replaced. We love you Teka Beka, phatty girl, pretty girl!! I hope you are running free with your friends. I promise to give Sebastian and Sheldon extra love since their sister is no longer with them.Dawn WilsonLutz, FloridaMay 16, 2020
2/20/2009 - 5/15/2020Ceez loved camping with us in the mountains, laying so close to the campfire LOL! He also enjoyed going to the beach. He went on just about every road trip we've been on in the past 11 years visiting different states. He was definitely a major part of the family! It feels so empty in the house without him.AJ SmithCharlotte, North CarolinaMay 16, 2020
11/16/2006 - 5/5/2020From the first night I brought you home to our last days together, you were the best cat I could have hoped for. Thank you for loving me so well.

You were the cutest little kitten. We went looking for a girl, but after a day full of searching every pet store and hugging every kitten in town, I knew there was only one that I could bring home.

Your kitten days were wild. You’d hide in the pots and pans cabinet and not come clattering out until I had treats. You’d climb my legs to sit on my shoulder while I got ready in the morning, whether or not I was wearing pants, and you’d faithfully unravel the yarn balls I wound back up for you every day.

You put up with so much from me as we grew up. I was only a teenager when I got you and when I had to leave home you loved me like I’d never left. And when I came back for you, you adjusted… and showed me just how much a heart could grow when I adopted another cat. Little did we know when I took her in that she was pregnant… but you loved those kittens until I found them homes and Scribbles became your friend.

When you were sick and I nearly lost you my heart broke, but thankfully the surgery and diet change worked. That gave us five more healthy and happy years together, and I’m so grateful for that second lease on life together.

I’d joke that you were my grumpy old man, but you were always the quickest to adjust, and the favorite of anyone who ever came over. Maybe it was the big fluffy tummy that you’d always show off for rubs, maybe it was the way you’d chirp to anyone you saw, but no one could resist your charm.

You were the sweetest and silliest boy. I know your final days were difficult, but I hope you were able to feel how loved and cared for you were. Sitting on the patio with you and listening to the birds helped bring us some peace in those hard days, and I’ll always think of you when they sing.

You are missed and loved, always.
Danielle DTampa, FloridaMay 16, 2020
9/13/2005 - 5/9/2020To our sweet little boy Fonzi you were a loving loyal friend for15 years. It's only been a week since your passing and we are still crying everyday. We miss you so much. I doubt that we will ever get over losing you. We named you Fonzi because you acted like a little tough guy until you got scared then you ran to Mama. You loved being funny & making us laugh. We had 15 years of joy & laughter having our baby as a member of the family. Mama spoiled you so much because you deserved it. You had every different type of treat that money could buy. We miss you terribly. Every where we look you are there & in our hearts forever.Denise BonomoCommack, NY, New YorkMay 16, 2020
8/8/2020 - 5/12/2020Sassy you are greatly missed you have left a hole in are hearts a piece of me passed that day also with you. Sammy is definitely lost with out you he walks around looking for you same as I do. You were such a great dog and will always be on our minds. Love you Sassy RIP we’ll see you again.Rick CravenCallahan, FloridaMay 16, 2020
8/27/2008From the first time I saw you at 5 weeks old that you picked me to be your dad. I fell in love with you immediately. Watching you grow up was an honor and a blessing I needed you so much and you delivered, you played ball swam in the pool and ate more cheeseburgers than anyone and protected me and love me unconditionally. Even though you are gone you are and always will be my best friend. I love and miss you.Ken CampbellIndianapolis, IndianaMay 15, 2020
7/22/2007 - 5/5/2020my Ranger Danger, you're the best boy.
when you get going, you are faster and more agile than any cheetah ever recorded. i know you only let all those squirrels and bunnies get away from you not because you were slower than them, but because your kind heart didn't REALLY want to hurt them. your floppy ears are the softest material known to man, and i am the luckiest person to have gotten so much quality time with them.
i look back on our pictures together, and i'm comforted with the knowledge that we had a good run, baby.
i love you, my best friend, my first born, my sunshine. my Ranger Danger, my best boy. i love you and i miss you, and i will keep your memory with me forever. tqm.
7/22/2007 - 5/5/2020
Delia GalindoChicago, IllinoisMay 15, 2020
12/7/2001 - 5/13/2020For 18 1/2 years Harbor added both love and the opportunity to love into our home. He grew up with our children and was every bit a cherished member of our family. His relationship with Robin was unique in a way that seemed more like a dog than a cat. Her knew her voice and would come running whenever she called. You would never have guessed he was as old as he was. He had a young spirit for an 18 year old cat. Harbor's quality of life was a top priority for us and we are truly grateful for compassionate services of Lap of Love and Dr Sara for assisting us in this difficult time. We found great comfort in her counsel... a day early is better than a minute late. We will always love and dearly miss Harbor, and know there will be a sweet reunion at the Rainbow Bridge.Michael ArdHavertown, PennsylvaniaMay 15, 2020
10/29/2017 - 5/12/2020Dear Copper,

You were the best dog a person could ask for. You were loyal and friendly, always ready to play or snuggle with equal zeal. I miss having you follow me around the house or the backyard. The house seems empty without you. We all miss you terribly.
Ian PaskoReading, PennsylvaniaMay 15, 2020