Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Kingston Winston Shamalama Dingdong
12/22/2005 - 9/4/2020You were the bestest boy, and I was beyond blessed to have you in my life for 15yrs. The house just isn’t the same with out you. I miss the sweet way you’d wake me up with kisses every morning, the little wiggle you’d do on your back to get my attention, the way you danced all tippy tappy for treats and walks, and how we’d snuggle. You really were my beast friend in every way and you will always have a big piece of my heart.Tiffany SandersFort Worth, TexasSeptember 9, 2020
10/29/2010 - 9/8/2020Pepper, you were the light of our lives. We knew as soon as we brought you home and you were eating from our spicy pepper plants that you were an excitable, joyful pup that was full of personality. Every day we'd come home and the knock of your tail against our furniture told us just how excited you were to see us.

It's not the same without you here, its only been a day and we can't stop crying. Tess lays on your bed and in your cage, her ears downcast, and we know she knows. She misses you too, even if she was jealous of you!

We miss you so much, and are so thankful we got to spend your last moments here in the comfort of our home. We love you baby <3
Abby MeyerWest Palm Beach, FloridaSeptember 9, 2020
4/29/2008 - 9/7/2020It is with sad news, and a very heavy heart that Rastiss, our beautiful sweet Fur Baby Boy after 12 blessed years of live, we have decided it was time for him to cross the rainbow bridge.

After his 12th birthday our boy got very sick and wouldn't eat for days which was not like our Rastiss. Anytime you made the least bit of noise he wanted to eat like most LOL. We took him to get checked out and to our surprise he was diagnosed with Mastcytosis and he had a Mast Cell Tumor on his anal gland. After months of Chemo, he went into Remission and was just like his old self again, however that didn't last long as the Cancer came back quickly and with a Vengeance. We tried a different type of Chemo, but his lil body just couldn't handle it and keep up to fight back.

We decided this was the best for him as he began to decline quickly and wasn't eating again, was falling over, couldn't balance and was getting sick alot. His lil body just needed to rest, he was so tired.

Rest in peace our lil Buddy, we will see you soon! So glad you are no longer in pain!! WE LOVE YOU FOREVER !!

April 29, 2008 - September 7, 2020 - September 2020
~Chris, Melissa & Kyleigh Burton
September 9, 2020
Melissa BurtonLebanon, TennesseeSeptember 9, 2020
4/17/2010 - 8/11/2020Rest in peace, my best friend. I would have walked with you forever.Doug EnglishArlington, VA, VirginiaSeptember 9, 2020
10/30/2010 - 9/4/2020Dear sweet Keely girl, you were the light of our lives. You brought us so much happiness and love, and i can never thank you enough for that. I miss you so much, but I know you’re in a place now where you can play ball and eat vanilla ice cream all you want.Dana RyanMurfreesboro, TennesseeSeptember 9, 2020
11/1/2015 - 4/27/2017Chance it been 3 years 4 months and 13 days , and in my heart you will always be..... Love and miss you Big Boy ...debra ovakAffton, MissouriSeptember 9, 2020
5/5/2006 - 9/6/2020Louie, aka Moopers, Pupcake, The Boy, Boyo, Joe, Little Joe, Floppy Joe, "cado Joe, Rialta Joe, The Blueberry Boyo, The Green Mountain Boyo, Pup, Lil' Pup, Snuggleuppagus, Poots, Little Boots, Poochers, died peacefully with Susanne and Tony by his side, on his comfy bed, with lots of his favorite Sojos treats, petting, and love. Dr. Christie Comm from Lap of Love guided Louie to the Happy Hunting Grounds across the Rainbow Bridge.Susanne McCannonAlgonquin, IllinoisSeptember 9, 2020
11/4/2020 - 9/7/2020My tender soul. My friend, my son, my love, my baby my immense joy, and my first doggy in my entire life. I am thrust on God that He will reunite us again. You are taking away part of my happiness and the joy of this home. I LOVE YOU MILOFt. Lauderdale, FloridaSeptember 9, 2020
4/1/2006 - 8/31/2020It was one of those days when it’s hard to breathe. I said goodbye to Bruno on August 31, 2020. The quality of his life was deteriorating quickly and his back legs were giving out. Dr. Sean came to the house, and the transition couldn’t have been more peaceful. Those closest to me know what an excruciating decision this was for me, but it had to be done for the both of us. While it hurts my heart not having him here, I’m comforted to know he won’t be in pain anymore.

Thank you, Bruno, for 13 years of unconditional love. You didn’t have a bad bone in your body and I couldn’t be more grateful our 4895 days together. You will be dearly missed but never forgotten... Until we meet again. 🐶 ❤️ 😢
Damon WallaceSan Diego, CaliforniaSeptember 8, 2020
11/13/2005 - 9/6/2020Pierre, you are loved so much. Everyone who met you fell in love with you. Such a sweet boy with a huge personality. I will always miss my constant companion.Kelley VoyTarzana, CaliforniaSeptember 8, 2020