Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
1/22/2005 - 1/8/2021Ohh, My Adorable Maizy, who brought SO much love and laughter in OUR times of need. You stole my heart the moment I met you. I knew God sent you for a purpose, and you served me well. You lost your owner after 15 years, and I lost my pet after 12. While in mourning, we found each other, and then the pandemic hit, and we had one another to comfort in a time of isolation and quarantine. In such a short amount of time, you made a significant impact on my life. You loved HARD! I never felt a love like that from any animal I had rescued or adopted. You gave me exactly what I needed in the season I was in, and I know it was divinely orchestrated. You were a cuddle snuggle bug and always had to be touching me, laying across my chest, legs, head on my pillow, and drool across my face. You licked me to death daily and also made me laugh when you do those yoga poses-split legs on the bare floors, face smooshed into the carpet, yodeling for food, and bossing the bigger dogs in the house. You kept everything in order, structure, and in-check. You were also needy, but I didn't mind one bit. You made me busy but in a nurturing care-giving way, and I enjoyed the compassion I felt for you. I was delivering you your water bowls, carrying you to bed, waking up three times a night so you can potty, and cooking you holistic meals. I am beyond grateful for the year the Lord granted us. We got to spend every single holiday together and celebrate your golden year of 16 with mutual respect, a deep understanding of our borrowed time together, honor, and a peaceful end. Maizy, you brought greater meaning into my life, gratitude, and tenderness that will be hard ever to replace. Thank you, my friend, until your 2nd mommy sees you again-cross Rainbow Bridge with joyful peace.Melissa SantaellaLas Vegas, NevadaJanuary 20, 2021
12/15/2021Beautiful girl... you are our one and only❤️Sherry SuttonSarasota/buffalo, FloridaJanuary 20, 2021
1/3/2010 - 1/19/2021Our chunky monkey, Bud, crossed over the Rainbow Bridge yesterday. We miss him dearly - he was our kissey boy, mouse/rat catcher, love bunny. He loved everything and everyone, especially little children and babies - couldn't get enough of 'em!
He'll meet his big sister Samantha when he goes over the Bridge - I know she'll show him the ropes.
He's no longer suffering or in pain. Every day we had with Bud we were blessed.
We love you boy!
Mercedes PickrellPortland, OregonJanuary 20, 2021
1/17/2006 - 1/19/2021Sara, Sara You were always a little shy, but you ran with the best of them. You lost your other sister 5 yrs ago but you hung in there. You had a great 15 years. You went camping, you rode up and down the highway from Fla to NC numerous times per year. You were not impressed when the new puppy came to the house 4 years ago but you learned to love her and every once in a while you would even play with her. You always had a blanket as you are always cold, even in the hottest day. You loved to lay in the chair on the porch in the sun and you would stay there a long while. You and Madison became best friends after your sister passed. You would clean her teeth every night while she just laid on the floor. I never figured that one out. No more back pain, no more hip pain you are free to run. We will miss you Sara, SaraSusan ArnoldSAINT AUGUSTINE, FloridaJanuary 20, 2021
11/7/2009 - 1/19/2021Knuckles was such a sweet boy and loved everyone unconditionally, it is with the deepest sorrow that we had to say good-bye yesterday 01-19-21. Words can not express the joy, laughter, and love Knuckles gave to our family and all who knew him.Danielle WhitlowSanford, FloridaJanuary 20, 2021
Mackenzie Mae
1/24/2007 - 1/17/2021On January 17th, 2021 we lost our beloved Mackenzie Mae after nearly 14 years of total unconditional love, companionship, and loyalty.Oviedo, FloridaJanuary 20, 2021
1/17/2021It is with broken hearts that we said goodbye to our sweet girl, Lilly, on Sunday 1/17/2021. Dogs have a way of finding the people who need them most. We are so blessed that Lilly chose us to be her family. When we went to choose our puppy, of all eight puppies, Lilly came over, sat on my feet and went to sleep. That’s all it took. Lilly came into our lives to teach us about unconditional love. We fell in love with her that day and loved her more every day of her almost 12 years. She brought us such joy, happiness and laughter. What we shared will never die, it lives within our hearts forever. We are incredibly sad and we already miss you terribly. The hardest part of saying goodbye to Lilly is the way our world has changed forever.
We love you sweet girl.❤️❤️❤️
Robin StephensOrlando, FloridaJanuary 20, 2021
5/10/2005 - 1/17/2021You were my hero. My Zen Master. The rock tied to my foot, keeping me on the ground, keeping me out of trouble. You were also the biggest pain in the rear. You were an outlaw, a misfit, a genuine punk. I thought I was losing my patience with you all of those times, but I see now you were in fact teaching me what patience was. Teaching me to slow down. Teaching me what real love is like--the instantaneous forgiving, the honesty that needs no mutual language.
You held your own in this world, and I am proud of you. Your strength and resilience and, towards the end, your beautiful clarity. Thank you, thank you; you were the perfect angel for me.

Tonight I went on a walk. There was fresh powder on the ground but the air was not cold. On my way back home, it began to snow the softest, warmest, wettest little flakes I've ever felt, and just for now I'm going to imagine that those little flakes were billions of kisses from my Sammy, and all the billions of kisses I had given her over the years. And it fills me with joy.

God bless everyone that is reading this. I feel your pain if you have just lost a loved one.
Alexandra KulikChicago, IllinoisJanuary 20, 2021
1/27/2015 - 1/18/2021Goodbye tree.

You were the best climbing tree ever. Who says dogs can’t climb trees? Silly humans. Even though we never really actually caught any squirrels or iguanas in you, you were a great spot where Lucy and I could perch and dream of squirrel conquests. And freak out the neighbors. Let’s be honest, that was a lot of fun! The Pink Palace was, in general, a lot of fun. We conquered Rocky I, Rocky II, a ‘possum to two, and a plethora of iguanas. Of course the most epic Ace Iguana Adventure was the one without pictures. When we moved in, who knew the Basenji Tree and its adventures were even a thing?

Lymphoma sucks. I tried so hard to beat it mom, and dad, and sissy. But it just wouldn’t leave me alone. Take care of Lucy, please? We always said “no dog left behind”when you adopted us both from the Humane Society of Broward County, but now I have to leave her. She’s gonna need you more than ever. I’ll miss Boby and the kitty cats (Pixel, Scooby, Jack and Fifty), too, but Lucy will really need you most. Make sure she knows I love her, and I’ll watch over her. I’ll be with you all in every sunbeam.

The Rainbow Bridge sure looks pretty. I will be sure to tell Shiah, and Peewee, and Marissa, and Mack, and Bonsai, that you still think of them often and still love them, too. See you on the other side.

Love you, Charlie out.
Charles Xavier Brown, Chief Minion of Mischief, Flamingo Gardens Estate

We love you sweet little boy. Run free. Be happy. No more pain.
Melissa, Bob and Katy (aka mom and dad and sissy) 💔
Lucy (his littermate sister) already misses you so much. 💔
Melissa KettererHollywood, FloridaJanuary 20, 2021
9/1/2006 - 1/18/2021Sabrina AKA Breeny was my best friend and the greatest fur baby. She spent 14 years providing me unconditional love, loyalty, friendship, companionship, and the best memories. Sabrina was easy to love, she had beautiful eyes that captivated me the day I brought her home at 8 weeks. Sabrina loved to smile and she was The Gremlin Queen (running back and forth in circles as fast as she could while barking. Selfishly, I want her back because I miss her so much. Life feels incomplete without you Breeny, but knowing you aren’t suffering makes it a bit easier for me. Your footprints are embedded on my heart forever! Watch over me baby girl, mama needs you! Love you forever, until we meet again my sweet Sabrina 💖Angela ManansalaVacaville, CaliforniaJanuary 19, 2021