Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
1/21/2003 - 7/27/2016"May" was our Angel with Fur. We miss you May and we will always love you.Eric & Laurel MartensSt Louis, MissouriAugust 16, 2016
5/6/2001 - 8/2/2016I miss my little pal so much! Since she was a kitten her favorite place to perch was on my shoulder. She loved to cuddle and "talk". Our conversations always made me smile. We had such a beautiful bond and I feel blessed to have had her in my life for such a long time. I'm sure she's basking in the sun or playing "will I ever catch my tail" on the Rainbow Bridge!!! Forever in my heart and always on my mind....I love you Kennidy!Kim PenzkoferShelby Township, MichiganAugust 16, 2016
7/14/2009 - 8/14/2016Our sweet and kind Dixie - lover of food on the counter, jumping on people to greet them, mud digger, squirrel chaser, sprinkler runner, snow jumper, walks, snuggles, warm blankets, warm towels, her bed, her sister and brothers, her Grandma Nancy, the sun, opening presents! the couch, her special chair, partys, the landing on the stairs, the bay window, meeting new people, running laps around the yard, the patio couch, red meat, and in the end - dirt. Our Sweet and gentle Dixie afraid of other dogs (she only liked the small ones), the car, my new vaccuum, the oven, the grill, the fire alarm, Halloween costumes, the vet, the hospital, and the clinging of pennies in a jar. Our sweet and brave Dixie - a fighter, so brave, so strong, so noble in the way she handles her kidney disease. Our loving Dixie, who in the end gave us the gift of peace as on her last hours she told us she was ready. She left licking my face and kissing me goodbye. Our Sweet, adorable, kind, gentle, brave Dixie Girl will be forever in our heartsJenny DiChiaraElmhurst, IllinoisAugust 15, 2016
4/14/2005 - 8/12/2016Jags you were my world, my best friend, my heart aches without you. You always made me laugh with your goofball personality, my life just wont be the same.You will forever be my baby and in my heart. Mommy loves you lil woobie, and I'll never get over losing you.Bridget FulksBerkley, MichiganAugust 15, 2016
8/7/2004 - 8/2/2016My sweet Chloe dog, its been almost two weeks since your passing, and only now am I able to attempt to write this.The pain of losing you so quickly is hard to express as is the sadness we are still coming to terms with. You will never be forgotten my sweet girl and your paw prints will be forever on our hearts. You were always so very loving and loyal. I miss your snoring, believe it or not, along with our late nights together with the rest of the house asleep. I miss your treat dancing and the funny way you slept. I miss coming home to you, and our snuggles on the floor. We had a glorious 12 years with you, but I would do anything for just a few days more. Please wait for us on the Rainbow Bridge and know you are loved so very much. Your family misses you greatly. We love you more than I could ever say or write. Rest well, my forever sweet puppy Chloe.

Love, Mommy, Daddy and Emma
Heather RobertsOrlando, FloridaAugust 15, 2016
12/20/2003 - 12/23/201512/24/2015:
I took my final walk with my baby last night and handed her leash to Jesus. There's no more pain and sickness sweetheart. Thank you for being my loving companion for 12 years full of kisses, hugs and giggles. You truly are my heart and I miss you with everything I am. Please know that each tear that falls is my kiss to you. Mommy will love you forever and ever. Run and play baby, and the next time we see each other you'll hear me say again....."Kaylee come!" and we'll be together always.
Brenda MayerCharlotte, North CarolinaAugust 15, 2016
3/27/1997 - 8/12/2016For almost 20 years this cat was a real pain in the ass. He poo'd outside the box, pee'd his disapproval, tore through any food substance mistakenly left out unattended (loaf of bread, bag of chips, sushi nori, even flour!), gobbled his sister's food before finishing his own, unabashedly attacked unattended party hors d'oeuvres, kept the yard free of virtually any sign of life, demanded structured feeding and bed times with relentless grating yowls, bit my elbows every morning, screeched in my ear, licked my leg raw, and required a daily medication regime for the last 10 years of his life that made it extremely difficult, if not impossible, for me to travel. Just think of the freedom I will now have! Why then, without him here, do I feel like I'm having a constant heart-attack?Barry ImhoffWest Palm Beach, FloridaAugust 15, 2016
4/21/2003 - 8/12/2016Murphy Dog...we miss you. There is a gigantic whole in our hearts and family. You made it the day you came to us. We could never expect the huge personality that you brought with you. You were your own dog, did what you wanted and let us know when it was time to play, walk, potty, or nap. You allowed us to pet you, and we're always under foot. We loved you and continue to love you.John CaleyMission Viejo, CaliforniaAugust 15, 2016
Lizzi Lu
6/13/2001 - 7/20/2016Sweet, silly, sassy Lizzi came to our family through Rescue. We had adopted another Aussie 10 months earlier and wanted to add to our fur family. At our adoption meet and greet, there were 3 pups up for adoption. It was clear to our family, LIZZI CHOSE US!! She was not going to let us leave with out her! We were incredibly blessed that she chose us.

We knew Lizzi was deaf when we adopted her, but did not realize her other health issues. However, nothing could hold this girl back from enjoying life to the fullest. We christened her with the title of 'Family Clown.' Lizzi kept us laughing. Lizzi loved puddles as long as the puddles were muddy, she would go out of her way to splash through a muddy puddle! She also love to eat crayons! Her psychedelic colored poop was always interesting to dispose. As a pup she could chase the dot of a laser pointer for hours as well as tennis balls. We always tired of the game well before Lizzi.

Even with her vision problems, Lizzi was the first to let us know of every leaf blowing by the window. The mail carrier and the UPS delivery person didn't stand a chance, Lizzi could spot him/her and 'save her family' by barking the perpetrator away as soon as the mail/package was delivered. Her tactics worked every time! Jack o'lanterns and scarecrows each Fall trembled when Lizzi walked by and reminded them to leave her family alone!

Our sweet girl faced her multiple health issues with grace and taught us all perseverance. She taught us you see and hear with your heart, not your eyes and ears. We miss her sweet cuddles and her silly quirks. We are so grateful her beautiful spirit is no longer in pain and she is running and playing with her sister, across the bridge. She is always in our hearts and her presence is continuously felt by all.
Monica RobinsonSt. Louis, MissouriAugust 14, 2016
10/27/1998 - 8/1/2016Caspian was our Russian Blue kitty with the sweetest and most beautiful soul. We had a bond and connection that I will never be able to explain, other than that she always felt like my little furry soul mate. For 18 years she slept by my side, and when my husband came into our life five years ago, she quickly approved of him and grew to love him as much as me, and slept by his side as well, sometimes even preferring to sleep in his arms over mine. I could not have been more blessed to have such an amazing companion in my life for almost two decades. I will forever be grateful for the many happy memories and all of the adventures that we shared (she was a little explorer like myself). I am inspired by her tough spirit that helped her survive on the streets until she was rescued, that helped her recover from a stroke four years ago, and that helped her endure and battle CKD for 3 1/2 years until her body could fight no more. While her body eventually shut down, her heart and spirit never did, and she left us in the most beautiful and serene way, looking out at the ocean with the sunshine warming her face, just like she always loved to do. I know she felt our love in this sacred moment as my husband and I held her while her soul peacefully left this world. As heartbreaking as it was to have to say goodbye, it was exactly how she deserved to leave us, and this brings us great comfort. She is now an angel in heaven, as she was to us here on earth. My sweet Caspian, Cassie, CeeCee, Caspita (your daddy's name for you), thank you for all of the joy you brought into our lives. Oh how I miss kissing your velvety nose and soft ears, and hearing your soft purring against my chest as we fell asleep together every night and again when you would nudge me awake in the morning. I miss the smell of your fur, how you would nibble my ear as I held you over my shoulder, how you sweetly greeted me every time you would see me with your little chirpy meow and how you would snore when you were in a deep sleep (which was quite often these last couple of years). I miss your loving and soulful emerald green eyes looking back at me. I miss your daily rituals, how the first thing you would do every time you woke up was run to your food dish to eat, how you would rub the side of your mouth on the bed posts which now are completely bare and discolored from your years of doing this every day. Every time I look at the bed posts, I think of you and miss you. I miss everything about you. I will always think of you when I walk on the beach and watch the sunset. Your daddy and I are heartbroken without you, and we will love you and miss you forever. Until we are together again, happy exploring.Meghan and ManuelSeal Beach, CaliforniaAugust 14, 2016