Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
9/1/2016From both a Navy fighter pilot's perspective and his wife of 45 years, Beauchamp was a fighter to the end. He was always there for us 24/7. He had more tenacity, perseverance and and a can do attitude to the very end. It was truly sad to say good bye to your dedicated wingman and loyal companion!Bill SwitzerSt. Louis, MissouriSeptember 2, 2016
12/23/2001 - 8/31/2016Mylo will be missed so much . We had been so blessed with him for 14 1/2 years!Karen KapaloOviedo, FloridaSeptember 2, 2016
11/12/2002 - 6/7/2016Maggie, from the day you entered our lives, you made us better people. It was a privilege having you as our pup and it was an honor to care for you at the end of your life. Thirteen and one half years flew by because the life we shared with you was right. God bless you sweetheart and keep your eyes and ears open for us. We will one day be reunited.Lynn SoterWeddington, North CarolinaSeptember 2, 2016
4/16/2016 - 8/25/2016Wylie was always more than just a dog, he was our Son and a family member. All three of us shared over 10 years of togetherness. Wylie ate with us, traveled with us, and slept with us. We had him since his birth and enjoyed every minute the three of us spent together. He will always continue to live on in our hearts. We also have many fond memories and many many pictures of us together.Bev FrancoSanta Paula, CaliforniaSeptember 2, 2016
7/19/2016On Tuesday we said farewell to one of my best friends in the world. She crossed over quietly in the living room in her favorite napping spot. Zami had both parents at her side. Zami was devoted to her family, and was so loving until the very end.

Zami had a very special personality. Shy and sweet and would jump at the drop of coin. In other ways Zami was the toughest dog I know. She was a fighter. Diagnosed with liver disease 5 years earlier, she wasnt supposed to live out the week. She was strong. Zami didnt care much for anyone but "her people" and she loved them very much. You could always count on a wagging tail when you came through the door, even until the very end..

Zami was rescued from the Durham Animal Shelter (13 years ago), we saw her sitting there and she was so adorable. I picked her up and put her in Kristi’s arms and the rest is history. Zami loved to swim in the river, although not a great swimmer, she certainly tried (unlike her sister who could swim great, but hated the water).

Zami's presence in the house will most certainly be missed, but I know she was met by Blaze, Bo, and Anna as she crossed over so peacefully.

As they say in Cherokee – “Donadagohv” till we meet again!
Ron VilesDurham, North CarolinaSeptember 1, 2016
Poppy Frates
8/30/2016Last night we said goodbye to our sweet Poppy. She was a one-of-kind girl and a true Golden Retriever! We adopted her from the Gwinnett County animal shelter on May 12, 2009 and brought her home to live with us in Canton, GA for a couple of years. She moved with us and her brother Durin (also a Golden) to Tampa where she lived out the rest of her days at our little farm, barking at horses, deer, cats, turkeys, squirrels, armadillos, and plenty of birds! She loved kids, and enjoyed welcoming home our daughter a couple of years ago. It is so painful here at home without her, but there is some comfort knowing she can run freely and sleep comfortably. We know she's enjoying her time at the Rainbow Bridge until we can pet her, kiss her, and give her belly rubs again! We love you, sweet Bop.Tampa, FloridaAugust 31, 2016
3/13/2001 - 8/25/2016Gone but never forgotten, we love and Miss you so much.Meghan MinerDunedin, FloridaAugust 31, 2016
1/1/2000 - 7/20/2016It's been six weeks since the passing of my sweet boy, Jasper. I miss him dearly, and I'm still processing my grief. He was my first all-indoor cat.
Most of the days have rolled by quickly, but some still surprise me with intense sadness at the loss of my cat. My morning coffe on the deck is not the same, particularly because he's not around to try to steal milk from my cereal bowl.
He brought me lots of comfort and joy and I try to maintain that perspective as I move forward. Sixteen years of memories isn't easily forgotten. He was more of a companion than I realized. My fuzzy guy is dearly missed.
Havala CzC'ville, VirginiaAugust 31, 2016
Coco Chanel
7/5/2003 - 8/28/2016I struggle to write this but it's the least I can do for such a loyal companion who was by our side for 13 years. Coco was one of a kind, a leader and a kind soul. We are eternally grateful she was in ours lives. She was a funny girl and was often referred to as Ms.Beans. Thank you for the memories Coco & send our love to the rest of the gang. Until we meet again, run will forever be missed. XOMJ KolfenbachTemecula, CaliforniaAugust 31, 2016
8/11/2016Saying goodbye to Juicy is so far the hardest thing I have ever had to do. I was lucky enough to have been with my gorgeous diva girl for 18 years. She was 8 weeks old when I scooped her up from a little of 3, and I was 17. We grew closer every year. She was the perfect kitten and became an extraordinary cat. 14 years ago my husband fell in love with her too. She was always our rock through everything. She made us laugh every day with her attitude and her strong appreciation for every piece of food. She was demanding, funny, playful and very sweet.
When she got sick a few months ago we just couldn't accept it. We tried everything to get her better. She had good days that gave us hope, but many more bad days. She was such a fighter, even at 18.
I knew the time was coming and knew it had to be special. Our vet told us about Lap of Love. Everyone I spoke to on the phone from Lap of Love was so caring and understanding even when we realized it needed to happen alot sooner than the day we had originally decided. We were very lucky to have Dr. Annie, who was so wonderful to help us say goodbye.
Claire ManzanoLake Mary, FloridaAugust 30, 2016