Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
3/2/2009 - 4/2/2021My Sweet Bella-
You were the most loving, gentle soul and my heart aches without you here.
Thank you for all the love, fun, companionship and happiness you brought to my life for 12 years.
Nothing is the same.... I miss seeing your sweet face poking through the blinds waiting for me to come home.
The silence is deafening.... the tears won’t stop flowing.....
I will miss you forever but I am so thankful for the time I had you.
I will love you and miss you forever. 💕💕
Marg PollockAnn Arbor, MichiganApril 4, 2021
5/15/2011 - 4/2/2021Our beautiful, graceful and gentle boy Louie was a loving and bonded companion to his adopted brother Miles and to us both, a loyal and sweet furry baby. He brought love and delight to our home for 10 years and we will miss him terribly. Our grief is profound and all of us are so very saddened by his loss, especially Miles who is clearly depressed and wondering where his brother is. Louie was diagnosed on February 21 with osteosarcoma and we tried to keep him happy and comfortable until April 2 when he took a terrible turn and was in so much pain. We made the excruciating decision to call Lap of Love to end his suffering. We will miss him forever and are comforted by the fact that he is happy and free of pain over the Rainbow Bridge. Prayers that we will all be reunited someday. We love you Louie 💔🐾🐾Pamela and David KauffmanHavertown, PennsylvaniaApril 4, 2021
7/28/2012 - 4/2/2021Our dearest Louie you came into our life and set It on fire. Bringing us joy and a love we never had before. We needed you as much as you needed us. Your sweet hugs, warm fur, and soft kisses are forever engrained in our hearts and memories. Your spot on the balcony can never be replaced. You have taught us what unconditional live is and we thank you. I don’t know what else to say except thank you for 8 1/2 great years. We live you, we are heart broken and we will see you again. Love always Chrissy and Sean ( Mommy and Daddy)Sean SimmonsPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaApril 4, 2021
10/21/2006 - 4/2/2021I miss you my little old man. I’m sorry you suffered your last few days. I hope you are playing with your brother Vegas. I will miss cuddling with you.Sherry St. ClairJacksonville, FloridaApril 4, 2021
Miss Molly
1/10/2006 - 4/2/2021MIss Molly was part Papillion, part Pomeranian and was the most sassy, independent, intrepid, loving little give. She only weighted 6.5-7 pounds at her best health, but she was a little princess! She had blond hair, beautiful blue eyes, and a plume of a tail that was always up and sailing or curled over her back as she moved about. And please!! Don't mess with the tail! She would give hugs on request, talk up a storm, and was my supervisor making sure I was up and on my way to work ON TIME everyday while I was working from home. If I was even a minute late, I got "guff, guff" telling me to hurry up, then she would herd me into the home office and fuss until I was sitting down ready to work - which included holding her! We spent may a sunny morning sitting out on the deck in the rocker enjoying the neighborhood and the hummingbirds. It is so quiet here with her energy missing form the house. I love her so much and will miss her everyday.Tanya RhodesSacramento, CaliforniaApril 3, 2021
Amelia Jewel
4/21/2004 - 3/31/2021Amelia Jewel was the sweetest, silliest, most lovable Weimaraner. She truly was more human than dog, and she absolutely loved people. Her nubbins would get going like a propeller with anyone she encountered. I am so thankful for the almost 17 years that she was able to make our world a better place. She was the queen of our world. We knew what every sideways twitch of the nose meant, and she could tell us everything with just her eyes. Amelia, you are greatly missed, but forever in our hearts.Mary Ann and Amanda FinneyCamby, IndianaApril 3, 2021
4/23/2003 - 3/23/2021The feet of people walking home
With gayer sandals go-
The Crocus- till she rises
The Vassel of the snow-
The lips at Hallelujah
Long years of practise bore
Till bye and bye these Bargemen
Walked singing on the shore

Pearls are the Diver’s farthings
Extorted from the Sea
Pinions- the Seraph’s wagon
Pedestrian once- as we-
Night is the morning’s Canvas
Larceny- legacy
Death, but our rapt attention
To Immortality

My figures fail to tell me
How far the Village lies-
Whose peasants are the Angels-
Hose Cantons dot the skies-
My Classics veil their faces-
My faith that Dark adores-
Which from its solemn abbeys
Such resurrection pours.

-Emily Dickinson
Jessica WalshIndianapolis, IndianaApril 3, 2021
Fraidy Kitty
7/20/2014 - 3/31/2021You were to funniest, most beautiful, loving, and loyal little furry man ever. I am heartbroken over losing you, but so happy you aren't hurting. You changed my life and made me laugh everyday. I fell in love with you the second I saw you, I will love you forever and never forget how wonderful you were. Thank you for picking me to be your Momma.Nikki MizeLynnwood, WashingtonApril 3, 2021
Cocoa Bean
8/3/2009 - 4/1/2021It felt like yesterday when we first met. That moment we will never forget. We are so thankful that you stumbled upon us. You showed us one of a kind love and affection. We will miss your meows and purrs everyday. Please make sure to find your sister, Buttercup, when your cross the rainbow bridge for I know she has been patiently waiting.

Will we love you alway and miss you with each and every moment of every day until we can meet again.

Mommy (Dana), Daddy (Pat) and your brother (Swee’pea)
Dana CifelliGreen Brook, New JerseyApril 3, 2021
11/1/2003 - 3/28/2021It’s the small things we remember. Sebastian loved people and he really loved their hair. With nearly every guest he jumped onto the back of their chair and rubbed his face into their hair. Most people were flattered! He also didn’t miss any opportunity to head bump when you were either lying in bed or on the floor exercising. Sebastian was athletic and often jumped to the highest spot he could find, usually the top of kitchen cabinets. He was a long cat and would stretch up to the kitchen counter as we prepared his food. Sebastian could sleep on the porch in his favorite chair for hours and we still expect to see him there when we look. He was quick to escape and it was almost impossible to find him at night with his black coat. But maybe his very favorite thing was being brushed along the side of his face. We had a human brush for this and used it his entire life.

We loved Sebastian so much. He was a great companion and we’ll sure miss him.
Rita NaimoliSilver Spring, MarylandApril 2, 2021