Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
7/1/2005 - 9/12/2020July 2005 - September 2020

I am so glad it didn't work out before you came to me. I am so honored to have been your Momma!! My first pet as an adult and I was blessed to have 13 years with you!! You will always be in my heart and I will never forget you!! Letting you go was so very hard but I know it was the right thing. I am thankful I was able to give you the very best at the end. It was so peaceful!!
Rest well and wait for me at The Rainbow Bridge!! I love you Russell!!!
Christina LeVequeSanford, FloridaSeptember 13, 2020
5/1/2007 - 9/11/2020"Every snack you make, every meal you bake, every bite you take…I’ll be watching you." (Author unknown, but could've been Marcy.)Bridget SkinnerHILTON, New YorkSeptember 13, 2020
1/7/2007 - 9/10/2020Dear Biscuit,
You brought our family so much joy throughout the years that it is impossible to hold back our tears. We lay here with lumps in our throats, swollen eyes, and heavy chests filled with the burden of losing you, Biscuit. Our hearts knew it was time to say goodbye but doubt still fills our minds. Your rear legs lost mobility and you couldn't walk on your own any longer. We could see the toll it was taking on our body. Please know, sweet boy, we made this decision to give you a gift. The gift of a peaceful transition into an eternal life of happiness.. pain-free. We felt that keeping you here with us would have been selfish and that is why we had to let you go.

Please take and keep our love with you and let your spirit be restored. Knowing you are doing this will bring us some comfort, while we continue to grieve our loss of not having you near us anymore. You will always be our sweet, precious boy- no longer by our side but forever in our hearts. We love you and miss you dearly.
-Mom, Dad, Brooke, Dylan and Bandit
P.S. I sent a text to family members and one of them sent me a picture of a beautiful rainbow in the sky that appeared right after I shared you were no longer with us. Welcome to Rainbow Bridge.. Now go have fun and chase a lizard or something, will you? XoXo
Renee PhillipsOrlando, FloridaSeptember 13, 2020
1/18/2010 - 8/30/2020Fiona came into my life unexpectedly the night of April 19, 2010. She quickly became my whole world. I promised to take care of her forever. I didn't realize then how much she would take care of me in the years to come. I loved her more than anything.

Fiona was the eternal optimist. She was always happy and wanted to play. She taught me so much about love and life. She had a great sense of humor. She was compassionate, loyal and brave. Fiona wanted to protect me at all times, a job she took very seriously. I knew how she felt about me from her quirky routines and things we did together. Like how only I could take her outside in the morning, no matter how bad she had to go. (my husband kept trying, but nope I had to get up) She always followed me to the bathroom and guarded the door while I showered. Fiona did everything with me. Even if whatever I was doing wasn't interesting she was nearby. She made doing ordinary things more fun. It was an honor to be her Mom. During her illness she showed so much trust in me, allowing me to care for her in whatever way necessary. This reinforced just how strong our bond was. I am forever grateful for her loving companionship.

Fiona is my best friend and family. Her love will stay in my heart until we meet again.
Amy WillaertWhitestown, IndianaSeptember 12, 2020
3/21/2020 - 9/11/2020Chloe thanks for the last 16 years, our home and our lives haven’t been the same since you went to heaven. We know you’re at the rainbow bridge and we will see you again one day.
We miss you so very much, but now you are in heaven with no pain, happy with Frankee and Sasha.
Over the last year, after losing Frankee, we saw you slow down so much and tried desperately to keep you comfortable and out of pain.
We will always love you and remember you forever.
Mayra Norma MarollaWinter springs, FloridaSeptember 12, 2020
Tiger Lily
7/1/2020 - 9/10/2020Tiger Lily was our beautiful, sweet kitty with a very gentle temperament--very "chill." She was Mama's kitten from her 1st litter, and we were blessed to have her in our lives for the last 16+ years. So many wonderful memories of Tiger Lily, her sister (S'mores) and Mama...all memories intertwined with my own beautiful daughters childhood and our family. I will never forget those days. Our pets are angels that God put in our lives to let us experience unconditional love, joy and companionship. Tiger Lily is now with Mama, Winnie, Meeko, S'mores and Min-Min (Abby). Thank you for being a part of our lives and being such a loving, gentle kitty--our beautiful Tiger Lily.Tracy ArataEureka, MissouriSeptember 12, 2020
Dixie Clarabell Maynard
5/11/2004Sweet Dixie,
May you run free, run fast and catch lots of frisbees.
You are deeply missed not only by your humans, but also by your adopted furry siblings; Lexie and Thor.
May you rest in peace and always remember how loved you were.
Your Humans,
Mary, Russell and JohnWilliam
The Maynard FamilyLongwood,, FloridaSeptember 12, 2020
Bub Chubs
2/26/2004 - 9/9/2020Our sweet boy Harley, who we never called by his official name, was affectionately called Bub Chub. He was a big boy, both physically and in spirit for much of his life. At 17 pounds, he was our gentle giant who would lovingly sit on our chests and bellies when we were lying down. I imagine he thought of himself as a tiny little kitten while his weight pressed down on us (and we loved every minute we were blessed with his affection) Seeing his sweet face and holding him was always the perfect end of any day - to give him love and feel it given back to us in return. He was the first thing on our mind when waking (him meowing and crying to "feed me! :-) and the last part of our bedtime routine to say goodnight to him.

The last year of his life was so hard. We saw his health declining and tried to pamper him as much as possible with treats, toys, beds and any and everything that could bring him pleasure and comfort.
Valerie and Jimmie HernandezWest Palm Beach, FloridaSeptember 12, 2020
3/3/2003 - 9/11/2020To the greatest cat that ever lived:

Bruiser Fats will forever be nestled like a cushy cloud on top of my chest, kneading the day’s pain away with his perfect pink healing pads. He was a master of solace in the shape of twenty-four pound regal sphinx. The perfect little companion that sat patiently at the landing of an old creaky wooden staircase, greeting me each day with a peaceful purr that hummed throughout the house and warmed every inch of it. Two twinkling emerald rings gazed at me with innocence and adoration, even in my most vulnerable and ugly moments. They searched the depths of my soul, his pupils growing with the intensity of an expanding universe. It’s as if he saw me as Jesus sees me — whole — not broken. I’m immensely grateful for the seventeen years we had together, for the lessons of patience, loyalty, and unconditional love, the countless belly laughs, and hours of entertainment he gifted us. It’s always seemed crazy to me, how desperately we attach ourselves to our pets, but it’s been nothing but beautiful and healing in my experience. For anyone who’s lost a pet, I get it now. I’m so sorry for your loss, because it’s a great one.

Bruiser was an extraordinary cat who possessed the unique ability to make us all feel seen, loved, and accepted — he was a true gentleman. It’s oh so quiet, it’s oh so still with out him here.
Papa and I miss you, bud. 😭
-Tummy Crumbs, out.

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Our most sincere thank yous to Dr. Charlie, who helped make Bruiser’s farewell a beautiful and peaceful experience for our family. You have a special anointing on your life and we’re deeply grateful for your compassion and kindness.
Alicia & Travis LefebvreAnaheim, CaliforniaSeptember 12, 2020
11/18/2015 - 9/8/2020Never was a dog so loved as our sweethound. Johnny you were the kindest most gentle soul ever. You were always so patient with everyone - Matilda, Bo, Daisy, Kitty, all the kids and dogs in the neighborhood. We would give anything to have one more day of walking around the yard with you and feeding you your favorite foods. You were only with us for a few years but we felt so blessed to know you. I will never understand how a sweet boy like you ended up a stray in a shelter but we were so lucky to be the family that welcomed you home. We hope you enjoyed your life with us as much as we enjoyed having you in our family. We miss you terribly but feel so blessed to have known you. We will love you always.Nancy StedmanLutz, FloridaSeptember 12, 2020