Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
7/8/2001 - 11/12/2016My sweetest little boy . . . my forever soul mate. You came to us in the summer as a bundle of joy and left with the angels in the autumn of your years. As a wee kitten, Chick heard your tiny "squeak" for help behind the barn wall and rescued you! Left without a mother and fed from a bottle . . . Jean's tender loving care sustained you . . . . then you captured Becky's, Doug's, Chip's, and my heart and thereafter became a loving friend to every adult, child, and fellow furry cat or dog you met. At your home, you made a personal connection with each of us and shaped us into a family . . . . you were someone we could always count on to greet us at the door and be so happy to see us! You loved to be petted and were ever-so-fond of the outdoors, lying in the sun, and often observing the world through your special window, always surrounded by your toys.
Squeaky, you have taught and continue to teach me so many lessons--to be content and happy with the simple pleasures of life, love of family, love of nature, love of pausing to rest, to take a nap, and to step back from and to enjoy the beauty of the world and the good we can do for one another on Earth each and every day; to cherish the sounds of silence and the power of touch; to know the pain of too much tenderness; to be courageous in the face of grave illness; and to know that though in our physical life we must part, we will always be together as One spiritually.
The world has lit its brightest candle for this gentle spirit, this loving heart . . . my Squeaky.
Patricia KellyRiverside, New JerseyNovember 16, 2016
Max Mcdade
2/23/2007 - 10/16/2016Max was a great laid back dog that was great with my kids. Love you forever Max!Vicki McDadeHumble, TexasNovember 16, 2016
Rip baby bear. We miss you already.Melissa VacchianoGlenolden, PennsylvaniaNovember 14, 2016
4/11/2006 - 11/8/2016Our sweet girl Bella would always start her day in a downward dog pose! Of course she showed off her amazing flexibility as she stretched herself into a brand new day of exploring! Chasing lizards and sunbathing poolside were by far her favorite pastimes! Bella enjoyed anything that moved allowing the wind to blow in her face, from the countless boat rides her tucked securely in her safety vest to our neighborhood golf cart rides, also weekend outings with the top down in our bright yellow Bronco was a happy sight for passerby's as she was perfectly posed in the passenger seat; loving every minute! Being raised in a home of athletes Bella trained with them as she outran all of us at the parks, either when chasing soccer balls or being at our croquet games she would not let anything hold her back from ceasing the moment and running like the wind, she was enjoying the great outdoors!
Our family can agree her best weekend ever was a road trip to a cabin earlier this year where "our emotional support" girl was so happy to come along for our benefit; upon returning back to our cabin she was waiting on the bed looking out the window to greet us! She loved the sofa or any bed for that matter, we knew where she had been as pillows could be found on the floor from her fluffing her spot while we were became a daily topic in the house to share where Bella was spotted and we snapped photos for proof of all her silly antics!
Debbie DiMauroDelray Beach, FloridaNovember 14, 2016
4/17/2004 - 11/1/2016Full of endless energy, you filled our house with your zest for life. Our "imperfect", perfect companion...a man's, a woman's and a feline's best friend, yes, you were. Timing is everything, they say, and "they" were came into our lives at just the right time. Headstrong and self-assured, your breed's traits to a tee...always on guard for the next adventure, you played hard and you slept hard....there was no in between.

A fighter to the end, nothing ever brought you down, and there were several "plights" that tried always got up off the mat, and lived and loved even more. Running on the beach, or the fields, or up and down the hallway chasing your ball, you were a dog who smiled when you played....and in the heat of the summer, after long walks through the predictable, you would head over to your favorite cooling spot in the kitchen and lay across the floor vent, covering it up, while the cool air from the a/c cooled your torso, until fresh ice water was prepared for you of course...and at the end of a long day, we always knew when your day was done...either on our lap or a nice comfy spot, and we'd hear your infamous "sigh"!

We miss your kisses, your "reading our mind" eyes looking at us, your bark at the doorbell or the UPS truck, even your grunting at us to wake up if you felt we had enough sleep for one night, you bossing the cat around and your excitement over knowing a longer walk was in store with both of us on Sunday morning...but we know it was time for you to rest. And we know you haven't really left....
Jeff & Gina WirthMedford, New JerseyNovember 13, 2016
6/16/2006 - 11/7/2016Oh Lily, Silly Lily, Wiggle Butt, Stinky Puppy Dog; you wiggled your way into my heart with your flirty boxer antics. You made me laugh so many times. You brought so much joy to me, our family and friends. You won everyone over with your sweet face and disposition. As a rescue, I was uncertain of how you were treated before. So, I decided to love you and spoil you as much as possible. I was so proud of you! Such a beautiful and sweet girl. I am really going to miss my road trip companion who wanted nothing more than to be with me. I am really going to miss your joyous wiggling when I would come home or when you would wake up from sleeping and see me. I am really going to miss our cuddle time on the couch and in bed. Rest in peace my sweet puppy dog.
Lily, I will love you forever.
Chuck PerryAtlanta, GeorgiaNovember 12, 2016
6/30/2009 - 11/8/2016While watching a scary movie late one evening, you scratched at my door convincing me the monsters in my movie were real and outside ready to get me. After mustering enough courage to open the door, you ran in my home, into my life, and changed me forever. You were the cutest, tiniest, kitten with crazy wild orange tabby fur that stuck straight out as if you and an electric socket had words before meeting me. Not knowing if you were a boy or girl, I dressed you in the cutest cat tutu I had on hand, for at least a week,....I am so sorry ....surely you hated this new style over the electrified punk look you wore so aptly. After a vet visit, you rocked skulls and bones, bow ties, bandanas, Halloween costumes, but never again a are welcome LOL. We traveled and lived in south america, you were my international traveling champ. You braved life with me and reminded me that independence, adventure, and fearlessness, are not over rated. When you fell off that tall fence and became stuck in the slates, I ran to your rescue without abandon. That hour rescue seemed like an eternity. All I wanted to do was rescue you and make sure you weren't hurt, fearing nothing but your suffering. After two surgeries and almost losing my hand to infection only cats can give to humans, I bear the reminder of you with me on my hand, thumb, and wrist forever. Better than any tatoo, but probably way more painful, and I proudly wear your mark. Thank you for teaching me that love has no boundaries, no hesitation, nor were worth every second of pain. You were perfectly named (by my 3 year old nephew) with a personality no other cat could match. Over the last three years, You forever changed two little boys and their love for cats, thank you. You knew no stranger and your fearless approach resounds a message for us all....."Live and Love without abandon- like its your last." You sure accomplished that every day. It seems 7 1/2 years was just not enough.....We are lost without you and our hearts are broken beyond words.

R.I.P sweet boy, you are forever in our hearts
Ruthanne DecederChester Springs, PennsylvaniaNovember 12, 2016
12/10/2002 - 11/8/2016On November 8 and with heavy hearts we said 'goodbye' to Buster, our big yellow dog – the goofy, lovable Lab!

Buster came into our lives in 2005 as a rescue from Hurricane Katrina. My husband, Pete, believes Buster was ‘stalking’ me on the internet (and he’s probably right), but I couldn’t say ‘no’ to those big brown eyes and forlorn face. It was fate that brought us together!

Buster loved EVERYONE and I hope you say a prayer of peace for him. And, thanks for the kibbles!

May you rest in peace, good and faithful companion!


Carol & Pete
Carol KalinskiClawson, MichiganNovember 11, 2016
7/4/2000 - 10/31/2016We said goodbye to our dear boy Sam on October 31. He was the sweetest dog any family could ever hope for. He was a rescue from the North Side Animal Shelter in Pittsburgh and had a mending broken leg when adopted. He loved people, other dogs and our neighbor's two cats. Our home is very lonesome without him.Roberta BowdenMt Lebanon, PennsylvaniaNovember 11, 2016
11/19/2009 - 11/6/2016I Will never forget you linda, you were and forever Will be the light of my Life, I promisse you Will be the First one I Will reach when I leave this world, love beyound Life... Love you to infinity and beyound...Tatiana CostellaChapecó, AlaskaNovember 11, 2016