Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Mollie Mari
To know you Mollie was to know true love! You showed me what love was. You were my constant companion, my best friend, my love, my family. You gave me a purpose to keep moving forward no matter what happened. You gave me so much joy so many laughs and hugs and snugly times. I know god blessed me the day I found you because you Mollie saved my life many times and i miss you so very much!Sander StanleySALEM, OregonOctober 29, 2020
Coby Wigglebottom Koudou
3/3/2008Coby Wigglebottom wiggled his way into my heart from the second I laid eyes on him. He was always so happy to greet our friends and family at the door. He absolutely filled our home with such joy and love. I will absolutely miss kissing your sweet face and inhaling you. Your little brother and I are so thankful for the time we’ve had with you. We will forever love and cherish you. XoxoShereida KoudouCoral Springs, FloridaOctober 29, 2020
4/17/2004Seymour was the fartiest doggy on the planet. She would sometimes let one rip so loud that she would wake up and run from it like a firework just went off.
She was also a sweet angel with the most amazing temperament. She was a dog that could calm other dogs down.
Even up until her final days, she would always walk me to the door when I had to leave for work, and she would come trotting up to give me a kiss as soon as I walked back in the door.
She loved food.
One of her favorite past times was walking between our legs in the kitchen while we were cooking in hopes of tripping us up and making is drop something delicious.
She had a pretty good record when it came to that.
She was deeply loved and she will be forever missed.
Todd FerenWintergarden, FloridaOctober 29, 2020
8/20/2008 - 10/21/2020Anniebelle gave so much joy to us and all she met, and her death really sucks. I am reminded of the words of Anthony Fauci ... "the disease sets the timeline". Thankfully we have a lot of photos of her very full life. RIP our beautiful, sweet, darling girl. I loved having this photo as my Facebook profile photo for years.Mary PortellyReston, VirginiaOctober 29, 2020
6/1/2006 - 10/27/2020We love you Morris. I hope you are rolling in catnip and eating tuna and salmon fillets up in heaven.Katy McManusMidlothian, VirginiaOctober 29, 2020
3/26/2007 - 10/27/2020Oreo was a very special member of our family. He grew up with my four children. He is part of all our best memories. Our house is very empty without him. I think I hear him walking around or wanting to go out. I think it will take some time to realize he’s no longer with us. We are very thankful to have such an amazing dog in our lives. We will miss him!! 😢Florence ClarkeMassapequa, New YorkOctober 29, 2020
10/15/2004 - 10/26/2020Dangus was our favorite girl and a dedicated best friend. She loved a good warm lap with one of her favorite humans and was known to dangle her arms once relaxed. We called this the "Dangus dangle". She enjoyed lying in the sun, whether on top of her kitty condo, or outside on a patch of earth. Dangus always felt safe in one of her boxes, and she was so cute when she would bring her favorite toy into her box. She is missed, and her memory will be with us always.Louisa NormingtonManchester, New HampshireOctober 29, 2020
10/14/2020We miss our sweet Zenzero every day. He always kept me company when I worked from home, sitting on my lap (and often on my laptop). Zen was a quirky little guy, who preferred tortilla chips and crunchy cereal to cat treats. He would drink from any unattended water glass, and loved chewing on plants. At night, instead of curling up next to me or laying on my feet while I slept on my stomach, he would climb up and sit on my rear.

Even though Zen was small, he was fierce with his feline brothers, and let them know who was boss. He was shy with most people, but loved anyone who scratched him behind his ears. He was gentle and patient, enduring countless inhaler treatments for a persistent cough when he was younger, and subcutaneous fluid treatments when he was sick. He was a bit skittish, from his rough early life as a stray. It took years for my son to earn Zen’s trust, but when he finally did, Zen would jump on his bed every night to say goodnight. We miss that nightly ritual, and I even miss Zen waking me in the morning with his little paw batting at me until I pet him.
Maria PinoPHILADELPHIA, PennsylvaniaOctober 29, 2020
Turkish Van Morrison
12/25/2013 - 10/26/2020Our Turkish was so loving and gentle.Julie FoyleDrexel Hill, PennsylvaniaOctober 28, 2020
8/1/2020 - 10/27/2020Maggie was a pure light in our lives. She was part of our family for 7 beautiful years before she surcame to intestinal cancer unexpectedly. She was extremely loving and sweet. We miss our baby girl and look forward to seeing her again on the rainbow bridge.Emily FandreyFort Lauderdale, FloridaOctober 28, 2020