Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
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
9/8/2002 - 4/30/2020Chestnut, you were a huge part of our lives for 17 1/2 years. You belonged to all of us. There is a huge space left in our hearts that can never be filled. We will always love you and we will miss you always. From the bottom of our hearts, Rest Peacefully.
Soo BecchinaOceanside, New YorkMay 15, 2020
1/10/2007 - 5/13/2020I feel like it’s to early to formulate my thoughts just yet. Sedona was the life in my heart and now she’s the tears falling from my eyes. I loved her to the moon, around the solar system, thru the whole galaxy and back again. The joy, adventures, sickness, nose kisses, stuck in my lap, follow me everywhere I went love was unlike anything.VALERIE SCHOPPENChicago, IllinoisMay 14, 2020
6/23/2002 - 5/12/2020RIP Lady, you have only been gone from us for 2 days and it feels like forever. My heart is broken along with the rest of the family. You were so loved. You will forever be in our hearts. I hope your dog wings are flying high. We love and miss you so very much. We had you for 17+ years and you were a loyal friend to all of us.RACHELLE ElwoodDEBARY, FloridaMay 14, 2020
10/13/2006 - 5/13/2020Tom my loving Nino, boy is the house quieter without you but I am glad that you are no longer suffering, your fur sisters miss you already as you were the “captain” of this ship but they also knew you didn’t feel well. I will miss you terribly but I am so happy that I got some awesome years with you. You helped me through a big move, raising the kiddos, illness and even a divorce. You will never be forgotten, mommy and the family appreciate and love you always ❤️Cathelyn MartinezTampa, FloridaMay 14, 2020
5/5/2020Our dear sweet girl, Senga, we'll miss you so much.Irene NiemeierSAINT LOUIS, MissouriMay 14, 2020
1/22/2006 - 5/8/2020My little Dolly was the sweetest companion for 14 beautiful years. In that time she survived dealing with me during my pre-teen years, high school, long nights of studying in college and various trips across the country for my internships. We had a lot of fun along the way visiting the beautiful Rockies of Colorado every weekend and the sunny beaches of South Carolina. She was always ready to go on a walk "afuera" or excited to eat some "pollo". My little bilingual Dolly was so smart and always active. We enjoyed many long walks along the Mississippi river when we lived in Tennessee and random midnight strolls through College Station, Texas while I was still in college. She even got to join me on my work trips post college and flew across the country a few times. She indulged in fancy corporate dinner leftovers (filet mignon wrapped in bacon) and was always happy to munch of some Chik-fil-A nuggets. Dolly had a beautiful life and I'm so happy I was chosen to take care of her for all those years. She was there for me in pivotal moments of my life and taught me the true meaning of unconditional love. I miss you little one.Citlalli GomezColumbia, South CarolinaMay 14, 2020