Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
7/13/2008 - 5/18/2020Gabe was my youngest son's 16 birthday gift. He was really a gift to everyone who was blessed to be around him. Gabe stayed with me as my youngest went off to Purdue. Gabe and I became inseparable and the boys (3) called him "their 4 legged furry brother". We took many vacations together, if Gabe could not go, I did not. He was not a big fan of water but on a weekend trip to Webster Lake with my high school bestie, Susie Tayor, we actually got him to enjoy a warm swim. He loved to run outside and only barked when we really needed to pay attention. We would have had Gabe for 12 years July 13. My bed has gotten bigger and my heart emptier. He will never be replaced but the void will ease and be filled.

I love you Gabriel and home you are running with our other loved "furry family" that have already crossed the Rainbow Bridge.
Donna LawlisCamby, IndianaMay 19, 2020
4/30/2003 - 5/18/2020In memory of Chigger Perio the best darn cat anyone could ever have. He had brought our Family so much joy for 17 years and will be missed.David & Kathie PerioEaston, PennsylvaniaMay 19, 2020
6/1/2002 - 5/18/2020My kitty, Jem, also known as "Jemmers", is now in heaven. He was my family, companion, and buddy since he was a kitten. He was full of personality from the beginning, and the only human he liked was me. He would attack any other person who came near him, but often wouldn't leave my side. At first he slept on my head or curled up at my neck but as he got older he liked to sleep on my chest most nights. Wherever I was in the house, Jem would often be near me and attempting to lay/sit on me. As he aged, he became more open to other people and would allow them to pet him (people who previously couldn't get near him due to his hissing, growling, and attempts at biting were finally able to pet him). I always loved his spunkiness...probably because I was never the target of his grumpiness. He traveled across the US with me several times and most recently went to Oregon with me for 1 month. During the quarantine he kept me comoany and helped me stay sane. I will greatly miss his love, cuddles, and overall presence. I truly hope that he is cuddling with his sister, Cali, right now.Erin TousleyCommerce City, ColoradoMay 19, 2020
2/10/2005 - 5/18/2020Rest In Peace my friend, thank you for the years of love, laughter, and friendship. You’ve been with me through everything and you always had kisses and butt wiggles waiting for me.

I hope I gave you the best life possible up until your very last minutes.

I’m going to miss you terribly and this house feels a little more empty now....

Give everyone all the love you can until we meet again, I’m sure grandma, great grandma, grandpa, Michael and Gary will take good care of you.

It’s one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do but thankfully there was a vet who was able to do everything here at home, I think that was the most peaceful way... surrounded by the ones who loved him the most.... the way it should be.

Thank you for always being the goodest good boy.

I love you Tazz
Nicholas PerryKodak, TennesseeMay 19, 2020
8/28/2003 - 5/18/2020Diesel my sweet boy , mommy and daddy miss you so very much you are always in our hearts . You will never be forgotten . Thank you for bringing us so much joy . We all love you so very much .Vicky and Kevin GroverDunedin, FloridaMay 19, 2020
9/6/2001 - 5/18/2020My Angel, my love, my everything...I'm crushed and my heart is shattered in a million pieces. I've held you everyday of your life for over 18.5yrs. When I woke up this morning, I fixed your breakfast out of habit and had to stop myself. I miss you SO MUCH it physically hurts. I know time will ease my pain, but you will never ever ever be forgotten sweet girl. It helps to know I will be reunited with you again one day. I asked my Dad who had passed a yr before you, to accept and welcome you over the Rainbow bridge, and to watch over you until I can see you again. I had a dream last night and he confirmed he would. How comforting is that? I love you my face of an angel. My soul is incomplete, my heart aches for you. Fez was looking for you last night and this morning. My co-captain has retired and is now resting, til we meet again sweet baby girl. Mama loves you Booby-Doo!
Wendy LanierManor, TexasMay 19, 2020
8/24/2006 - 5/7/2020As my wife says, "he was a fan favorite. And it's true. Everywhere we went, out of our little pack of three, he was the one people gravitated towards. He had such a sweet disposition, a natural curiosity about everything, and a laid back groove. He had an excitable streak, like a little kid whose excitement over something was not containable, where Fletcher would do this thing where he'd jump lightly in the air, and 'wiggle' his butt - we called it his 'wiggle butt'. This action alone would put a smile on your face and a warmth in your heart, just knowing that he was that 'happy' over seeing you. The pain is deep, but the handling by Dr. Aspen of Fletcher, and us, through this whole process was remarkably sincere, warm, gentle, in every possible way. Dr. Aspen was meant for this calling. Through her, my wife and I are so thankful Fletcher got to be home, in his world, on his porch, light breeze, a 'visitor' to meet, and lots of treats. Fletcher will always be with this family. We miss him so much, but as the pain of his loss lessens, the happiness he brought this 'pack' with his life, grows in our memories and hearts.
We miss you 'little man.' Rest easy and we'll see you at the Rainbow Bridge.
B & C BellBethel Park, PennsylvaniaMay 19, 2020
Lydia Louise
2/14/2006 - 4/13/2020There will always be a hole in my heart for you, Lydia, our sweet clown. I am still shedding tears for you. We will always smile remembering your youth, those leaps off the back deck that looked death defying, how you romped with Rudy, was a tease with toys, and loved to be chased. I miss the assurance of your protection with that humongous bark of yours. In spite of your little size, you sounded like a fierce doberman. I was so grateful you scared away a ne'er-do-well from our property, once, and always chuckle remembering the service men who would back off our porch when you leaped at the door, barking. Your fearless personality and your silly antics slowed down, though, with age. In your elder years, you were a very loving girl who sought out my cuddles. I loved comforting you as you had comforted me and we still enjoyed our walks. I cherish the very last walk we had on April 13, 2020. I pray that you felt well-loved through the 16 years we had together. Because, we did love you very much and we miss you. There will never be another Lydia. Rest well, sweet girl. Until we meet again.Bonny BurnsLenoir City, TennesseeMay 19, 2020
Riley (tubby)
1/21/2005 - 5/15/2020To my sweet boy, you are missed more then you will ever know. Even with your two loud brothers still around, the house feels quiet and lonely without your presence. I miss you following me around from room to room, I miss the mess of blankets I would have to pick up each morning from you ruffling them, I miss your snoring, you scratching the side of my bed and the pitter patter of your paws on the floor. You have been the light of my life for the last 15 years and I don’t know that the ache in my chest from losing you will ever fade. Know that you were loved every minute or every day. I hope you are looking down on me and are in a place where you are pain free and can have all the food you ever dreamt of. I love you my sweet tubby! Gone but will never ever be forgotten.Whitney PackTaylorsville, UtahMay 19, 2020
Dante War Machine Sesamee Seed
3/14/2006 - 5/17/2020Dante was the most loving boy, by our side for 12 years through thick and thin, many moves, several states and a lifetime of adventure. He was beyond caring, kind, curious, excited, loyal and endlessly gentle. His eyes expressed nothing but love and a desire for the most simple things: just to be with us as much as possible. That's the hardest part of his absence, the loving look that greeted us everytime we entered a room is now peacefully at rest. We had so many wonderful years together that we will simply be eternally grateful for. We're so privileged to have him and the void he leaves behind is limitless. Whatever good is in the universe, he deserves - may he live on somewhere beautiful, bright and warm until we can see him again. You will be missed more then words can describe, my sweetest boy, we can't wait to see you on the other side. Love, Mother Bhii and KittyVictoria VorisekSeattle, WashingtonMay 18, 2020