Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Lucky Laczo
10/1/1999 - 12/31/2014We will always miss our Lucky. He was a kind, gentle soul who chose us to share his love with. Lucky was our companion for over 15 years. Our lives were touched by our sweet boy. He brought us so much joy and his absence has left a hole in our hearts and our home.Lou LaczoIndian Trail, North CarolinaJanuary 4, 2015
10/12/2002 - 1/1/2015Nala was bred and born in Spartanburg, South Carolina. We will never forget the day we picked her up at the airport and took her home to meet our two children who were very young at the time. Through the years, Nala helped us raise our children as she grew up with them. She was fiercely loyal and protective of our family. She was wary of strangers but was a sweet and gentle soul to those people she came to know and trust.
In addition to being a world-class watch dog, Nala loved “helping” us with house and yard work. She enjoyed watching sports and playing football with our son and also enjoyed sharing late night snacks and mischief with our daughter. In the winter time, she loved to play in the snow. In the summer she enjoyed hanging out with us by the pool while taking periodic dips in her own kiddie pool. Sunday morning breakfast is a tradition in our home, but will never be same without Nala patiently waiting to indulge in the leftovers.
We feel blessed and privileged that Nala became a part of our lives. We will miss her dearly, but will never forget the sight of her loving face or the feeling of petting her beautiful coat and all of the wonderful memories of our 13 years with her. She will live on, in our hearts, for the rest of our lives, until we meet her again at the foot of The Rainbow Bridge.
Rest in Peace our beautiful and sweet good girl. We love you so much!
Chip & Rachel ConyersDelran, New JerseyJanuary 3, 2015
Chanel (nellie)
12/7/2005 - 12/30/2015Dearest Nell,
During your incredible earth stay, you traveled by boat, wagon, automobile, and (nearly successfully) Vespa scooter sidecar. You explored mountains, lakes, and possibly most happily, the tides of the open ocean. You ran a small business and became a town mascot in your own right. You adored peanut butter, tolerated cats, and chased after the beam of a flashlight until your little legs could hold you no longer.
You were revered for your gentleness as much as your spunky quick wit, always responding to critics of your husky size by commenting that you were merely “big boned” and to lay off. And thus, infinite respect ensued wherever your curvy body took you.
As sure as anything, the warm summer grasses here will miss your paws, and the spring citrus trees with miss your nose. This world might spin on just a little more slowly in the coming weeks, paying a quiet homage to the empty space you are leaving behind. But as there are days that live on in infamy, we are confident there are also dogs. And you, without doubt or reservation, are an Unforgettable.

We adore you,
Your beloved family
Christy BianculloRedlands, CaliforniaJanuary 2, 2015
5/20/2001 - 11/28/2014Sophie, I will always love you with everything in me. You will forever be missed and wished for every day of my life. Until we meet again at the Rainbow Bridge, you will never be far from my thoughts.Jennifer LamberthPulaski, TennesseeJanuary 2, 2015
12/29/2014In memory of Louis, a.k.a. Czarnuszek. RIP, Louis, you came into our lives and enriched our world immensely.Los Angeles, CaliforniaJanuary 2, 2015
3/1/2015 - 11/28/2015Lily, I am missing you sorely and life is not the same without you in it. Thank you for the love, joy and amusement you brought to my life for eight years. I was blessed to have you in my life. I know you are with Simon and Daisy and Fretzel and I know we will be reunited one day.Elaine PuypeHouston, TexasJanuary 2, 2015
5/1/2003 - 10/6/2014I came across this passage tonight and it sums up how I felt about my Vader. Even though it has been a few months since he has been gone, I still remember him every day and will continue to remember him forever. He was a treasured companion and a special part of my family.

"You no longer greet me, as I walk through the door.
You're not there to make me smile, to make me laugh anymore.
Life seems quiet without you, you were far more than a pet.
You were a family member, a friend, a loving soul I'll never forget.
It will take time to heal--for the silence to go away.
I still listen for you, and miss you every day.
You were such a great companion, constant, loyal and true.
My heart will always wear, the pawprints left by you."

Rest in Peace my Puppy.


Mommy, Daddy, LT and Wyatt
Anne GerischerWindermere, FloridaJanuary 2, 2015
7/15/2003 - 12/29/2014Madison was a cat with a LOT of personality! We used to say that she "strutted" instead of walked, and definitely ruled the roost with the two other cats that she lived with. She loved to eat, play with toys, and follow us wherever we went in the house. She was extremely loving, and used to give kisses and "massages" all the time. She was very talkative, and many times would sit next to us, in the kitchen, living room, etc. and meow and squeak constantly. Her big, bright eyes made it seem like she was actually trying to talk to us! She is sorely, sorely missed; she is irreplaceable.Lauren MazikowskiCheektowaga, New YorkJanuary 1, 2015
Captain wow
3/1/1997 - 12/31/2014I know that everyone who has and loves a cat feels there's no other cat like him. I'm going to be one of those. Captain Wow lived up to his name in every sense of the word. Mischievous, intelligent enough to hold conversations with us (neither of us knowing what the other was saying necessarily) and to train us with gestures (he learned to look at something he wanted--a door opened, a can of food, a litter box that needed cleaning--then at us and back at the object until we got it). He was the size of a small fox, with a huge plume of a tail, as beautiful as he was smart. He kept track of us in the house as well, and I'm not sure who was the pet and who was the caregiver sometimes. Right now, the day after he died, our hearts are truly broken, and the loss excruciating, our house far too silent and simply embedded with a thousand memories of him. He defied so many events and illnesses that ought to have brought him down, we had let ourselves imagine he was unstoppable, and no doubt that makes the pain so much more intense. Meet you at the Rainbow Bridge, Captain.Greg FrostMerion, PennsylvaniaJanuary 1, 2015
7/20/1994 - 12/30/2014Cody was the best cat anyone could ever have! He was so smart and seemed so in tune with life that I swear he was almost human! He was an indoor/outdoor cat who never liked using a litter box always opting to go outside instead. He would go for walks with me and my dog following us the whole way. I swear he thought he was a dog sometimes! Cody would make new friends wherever we lived. A security guard at an old apartment I lived in told me that Cody would walk with him during his rounds around the property every night. Cody was such a big part of my life for so long that it will be difficult not seeing his cute face or hearing him say hello every morning!Debbie DePompeiLas Vegas, NevadaDecember 31, 2014