Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Axel Henry
6/6/2015 - 1/29/2015today I say good-bye to the best dog I ever had he loved us with no rules he was the babysitter for my grandkids and loved everyone we loved he is already missed so bad that our hearts hurt be happy my handsome boy mom and dad will miss you p.s keep barkingjulia henryclearwater, FloridaJanuary 30, 2015
8/10/1996 - 1/26/2015Treasure (named by my 2 yr old son at the time) was a dog in a cats body. He loved nothing better than a good roll in the dirt, followed by a nap on the deck. He was a guard cat, and felt that his home was to be guarded at all times. He roamed the neighborhood, and lost so many pet license collars that I finally gave up buying them. He made it through 4 moves to different homes, I knew this last move would be hard on him as he was much older. That said, he made friends with "Fred" (a black cat - we just called him Fred) and "Carl" (blond cat same naming situation). Treasure would wait out on the sidewalk hoping one or the other would stop by. We miss him every day, the quiet house is so unusual. He passed with Carlin and I petting and sending him to kitty heaven with tons of aloha.Sheila DunaganSeattle, WashingtonJanuary 29, 2015
4/28/2015 - 1/28/2015Yesterday we had to make the most difficult decision of our lives and help Phoebe move on to the rainbow bridge. Over the last five months we have done everything in our power to help Phoebe with a very aggressive cancer, but we knew when she stopped eating that we were left with only days. Phoebe gave us the best just short of 11 years that any dog could offer. She was the best therapy dog at Coral Springs Medical Center and helped brighten the lives of so many children for almost 9 year. She helped us train over 20 foster dogs and helped them find new families. She spent over a decade helping us through the best and worst times in our lives. She was the best fur-sister and fur-child that anyone could ever ask for. I don’t know how we will get through the days without your rambunctious tail, greeting us at the door when we come home, or swimming in the pool without you. Our beds will be cold without you and Samantha will miss trapping you in her room so that she has company to sleep with. Sam will miss the only sister she has ever known, but we have taken so many videos and pictures so that she will never forget you. We all love and miss you more then you will ever know.Lucie Di CapuaCoral Springs, FloridaJanuary 29, 2015
12/25/2010 - 1/18/2015There will never be another JoJo. She was my special pal. JoJo and Sofie, I hope the both of you are playing and chasing each other. Sofie was only 7 months old when she passed away. We had only had her for 4 months. I miss you so much. This is so hard to write. JoJo was so cute and smart. She learned things so quick. She picked up on words real fast. She knew what we were talking about. I still cry over her.Barbara TolbertNew Caney, TexasJanuary 28, 2015
6/23/2003 - 1/13/2015My beautiful Tiger,
It has been two weeks now since our path forked and you went one way and Taz and I went another. I miss you more than you can know, especially the way you looked at me with such trust and love, how you would jump in the bed at night for a rub before I went to sleep, how you would not let me out of the kitchen if your bowl was not full enough. I have to say, however, that I don't miss you peeing in the bathroom sink!! I haven't been able to delete your medicine alarm yet so it still goes off every night at 8:29pm. That way, I'm sure to think about you at least once a day, although I really think of you so many more times than that. I want you to know that until our paths one day converge again, I will always love you and will never forget you (unless i get old and senile!) You will always have a piece of my heart with you.

All my love,
Russ CollinsColumbia, South CarolinaJanuary 28, 2015
4/23/2001 - 1/23/2015Jackie was a shy cat who was very loving once she go to know you. I loved sitting on the sofa watching TV with her cuddling next to me. She loved to be brushed especially in the mornings when I was rushing to get ready for work. She loved to drink water out of the faucet and would try to catch it with her paw. She had the quietest purr I've ever heard ( really just felt it). When she was happy getting her ears rubbed she would just drool away. She could distinguish the sound of a can opener on a can of tuna no matter where she was. She never came running for a can of soup or tomato sauce. She kept me entertained and I will miss my little buddy and her loving ways.Karen BaldwinTampa, FloridaJanuary 28, 2015
4/22/2005 - 1/20/2015To say Frida was special would be an understatement. Of course all pet lovers feel that way about their loved one, but those who knew Frida would agree. She was an Irish Setter born without a tail, but even though she couldn't show her excitement/love/pleasure the usual doggie way, you always knew her feelings. She had a way of expressing her feelings and had a personality second to none. She was an athlete and from early in her life, no matter how tired she might be, couldn't be kept from chasing anything that moved in our yard or on the trails of the Wissahickon Park. She'd jump back and forth over our fence just to show us she could and nothing could hold her back. She'd listen though and (almost) always come running if we so much as knocked on the window. That's what made the last couple of months so hard for her, with that ugly tumor growing on her front leg. That didn't stop her though, right till almost the last day, she'd still bounce out the door to see what or who had dared to cross into her domain. There's a giant hole in our hearts where she used to live, but an even larger and wonderful memory of having her in our lives for almost ten years. Rest in Peace Frida, you were our special friend and always will be.Joe & Elaine BrakhageJenkintown, PennsylvaniaJanuary 27, 2015
12/14/2002 - 1/5/2015Ollie was a very sweet girl. She was always happy. She loved to dance and just got so excited when it was time to play. All the cats loved her, they would always be laying on her and sometimes Missy would massage her. Ollie we all loved you so much.Crystal TidwellBELMONT, North CarolinaJanuary 27, 2015
1/31/2002 - 1/24/2015Clyde was a Good Dog. Handsome and regal and not into any of that silly stuff - he'd let the other dogs chase each other and be wild while he was content resting atop his hill, the king of all he surveyed. He was insistent - you'd long grow tired of petting him and he'd still shove his head into your hand reminding you that *he* hadn't had enough yet. My shadow in the kitchen: knowing that by my feet was the opportune location to catch any tidbits that "accidentally" dropped. He slept in the weirdest of place: curled up in flower pots, stretched out on benches, wolf-like in dens he'd dig out under bushes and trees in the yard. Old age did not come gracefully to Clyde - deafness confused him, and severe arthritis limited his activity until gradually took away his mobility. He had a good life - pampered and played with, he was much loved. We had a good run, 13 years is a lot to ask of a dog. We miss him and his smile very much.

"When the body that lived at your single will,
With its whimper of welcome, is stilled (how still!)
When the spirit that answered your every mood
Is gone--wherever it goes--for good,
You will discover how much you care,
And will give your heart to a dog to tear."

From "The Power of the Dog" by Rudyard Kipling
Tracy LeeFairfax, VirginiaJanuary 27, 2015
5/4/2004 - 1/20/2015In loving memory of our wonderful and faithful family member Chloe. You will be missed so much! It's still hard to believe you have been gone for a week now. I miss you so much. I'll miss tripping over you because you sit at my feet at the dining room table, and the couch. You were always so faithful to me. You chose us and you knew you had us at the adoption event almost 11 years ago. That first kiss and I was putty in your paws. You were a wonderful guard dog for the family. We always felt safe with you around. You were like Nana from Peter Pan when it came to the kids. You touched us all in a way that will never be forgotten. You can never be replaced. The house has a emptiness without you. It seems so long before we can see you again. But, until then your memory will have to do. I miss you so much but, I know we did the right thing by letting you go peacefully here at home with me and your dad by your side. It broke my heart the second I knew you stopped breathing but, I keep in mind I know I will see you again. Until then my sweet faithful girl who just loved me and the faimly just because we will have to go on without you, and keep your memories alive. I love you! Thank you for all the memories and for always being by my side, you were a true loyal companion.Hope WhiteNorthlake, IllinoisJanuary 27, 2015