Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
7/20/1994 - 9/29/2014Simba Elvis Lord we miss you, love you, and will never forget you. Dad, Cindy, Jordan, KharaTimothy LordTampa, FloridaOctober 2, 2014
11/26/2000 - 10/2/2014Our beloved Maggie. She was our baby. We loved her with all our heart. She was with us for just shy of fourteen years. The Happiness, joy, companionship she gave us was priceless. Forever in our hearts. Until we meet again dear friend.Shelley hillShelby Twp., MichiganOctober 2, 2014
9/22/2014Nia was such a strong dog. She taught us what it means to face adversity, and remain happy in spite of it. She was the sweetest girl, and we miss her so much. We are so thankful that we were lucky enough to have her in our family for 7 years. She'll always be a part of us. She is my hero. My life is better because Nia was part of it. We will always love you, Nia!Tricia GarstangFenton, MissouriOctober 2, 2014
1/31/2002 - 9/26/2014Roxy Rose of Rossmoor could often be found sunbathing in her front yard eager to greet neighbors, mailman or UPS truck. She brought so much happiness and love to our home, and completed our family. We will miss our big golden girl so very much!Sherry RiachRossmoor, CaliforniaOctober 1, 2014
5/22/2001 - 4/1/2014Six months ago today, we said goodbye to our "Lambie". I've been meaning to post something much sooner than this, but it's just been too hard. She was a part of every single aspect of our lives. There isn't a day that goes by that we don't think of her in some way.

So on this "anniversary", I thought it was a good time to post this in her memory....
Steve and Lauren MarshallSt. Louis, MissouriOctober 1, 2014
12/2/2000 - 9/29/2014Rex passed today, we will always cherish the memories we had of him. We will love him forever.Tyler DavisDouglassville, PennsylvaniaOctober 1, 2014
6/1/2001 - 9/29/2014Sasha will always be in our hearts. She was a sweet loving girl and we will miss her forever.Tyler DavisDouglassville, PennsylvaniaOctober 1, 2014
5/1/1999 - 9/26/2014Rawlie, the hardest part in having you in our family was knowing when it was time to end your suffering and send you to doggie heaven. Your unrelenting love, your wagging tail, your romping through the grass as you checked your next pee-mail, your sleeping face when you woke from a much to remember.... Your place in our hearts is deep and you are so, so missed!Tony/Kristen PhillipsAliso Viejo, CaliforniaSeptember 30, 2014
Kitty Mays
6/1/1996 - 9/26/2014Kitty
We weren't looking for a pet, certainly not a cat of black
But one day you showed up on our deck, and kept on coming back.
We let you in, we gave you food, you always wanted to stay,
When it got late, we told you to go home, we knew you weren't a stray.
You wouldn't leave our deck, you stayed staring at our door
Waiting for me to come back down from the third floor.
You won us over, moved right in and even shared our bed,
We'd wake up in the morning, you sleeping at our head.
It's hard to remember life before you, it's like you have always been here,
But then came the dreaded diagnosis, damn cancer is never fair.
You'd hear me cry in bed at night and jump up to comfort me
You'd lick the tears from my face; there was no place you'd rather be.
We fed you lobster rolls from Davio's, sea bass from Capital Grille,
You still did all the things you liked, but then started to go downhill.
You weren't your same Kitty, cancer made you weak and frail
You put up a good front for a while, always wagging that tail.
We know you loved us Kitty and we too love you so,
But now the day is here and we have to let you go.
You were always such a good boy, and don't deserve to be in pain
And I know deep down, our paths will cross again.
We will be with you again someday, you will find Chris and me,
We will see you on the other side, with your favorite Boars Head Turkey!!

Mama loves and misses you so much Kitty. Daddy too!!
Risa MaysSouth Boston, MassachusettsSeptember 30, 2014
9/1/1996 - 9/24/2014Sadly, we will never be able to read her memoirs, as Dymka Dorokhovna (Moscow, Russia, c. 1996 - Arlington, VA, 24 Sep 2014) never learned to type, despite many hours at the keyboard. The Dowager of Russia, descendant of the Russian Blue noble house, and forced emigré from her Motherland after rising from poverty in the courtyard of a Moscow dvorya, she was beloved by all who knew her and generously offered many lap lessons in snuggling and meditation to stranger and friend alike. We will miss you, my dear shadow, Miss Silver Toes!Sue MArlington, VirginiaSeptember 29, 2014