Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Meggie
3/29/2005 - 9/22/2020Meggie joined our family after the passing of my parents. My mom couldn't leave this little pup after seeing her at the breeder. Her name was Dorothy, and several of us wanted to name the pup Toto. Mom wouldn't hear of it! Meghan it was, Meggie for short. Mom passed when Meggie was 4, so she was Pops' companion until 2012 when he went on to heaven to join Mom. He knew our daughter, Cenia, had a special bond with Meggie, so she settled in with us. She was a sassy, strong-willed, playful, fun, demanding, smart, entertaining, energetic pup! She growled (truly a happy, purring kind of growl) when you petted her or gave her a scratch on the bum. She really was such a fun pet. We will miss her big personality around our house!Kathleen GoldsteinCharlotte, North CarolinaSeptember 23, 2020
Gauge
11/5/2007 - 9/22/2020To the Bestest Boy,
You went to sleep with my nose touching yours, and you woke up in gods arms. You are no longer held back by pain, or a body that couldn’t keep up with your forever puppy mind. I imagine you now play in a huge park filled with other dogs, squirrels, and birds (your favorite). Not to mention full access to the swimming pools, and gravy fountains. When I talk about you I’ll still tell my one of many favorite stories - How one morning your Dad’s alarm clock was going on and on and on... I was nudging him to wake up and shut it off, and when he wouldn’t I turned over. It was YOU laying in his place with your head on his pillow. He’d already left and per usual you had taken his spot. My heart is in pieces not being able to scratch your velvet ears again, or hear your bark at the door. I fight myself back and forth between wanting you here for myself and knowing you’re now free. But I know you and I will meet again and you’ll be here in my arms, and what a day that will be. Thank you for 14 years of your unconditional love, and endless goofball moments. Mostly thank you for being the bestest boy. Love, mom, dad, Grey, Max, Louie, Butters & Lola
Laura MeiningerWest Palm Beach, FloridaSeptember 23, 2020
Buddy
3/31/2012 - 9/17/2020Last Thursday we lost our "Buddy". We rescued him 8 yrs ago and that was the best decision we could of made. It's true what they say about rescue animals. He brought such love, joy, devotion and the truth to man's best friend to our family. We are so heartbroken, and we feel so empty with him not being by our side. Buddy loved people and other 4-legged friends. He loved playing with his rescued sister Bella, as she would tease him to play with her. As sick as he was, he still loved to ride in the car and swim everyday. Being so sick he still would jump into the shower and wait to be washed. I really miss him when I brush my teeth, he would sit right beside me, for me to brush his teeth too. We hope there is a pool in doggie heaven and lots of new friends for you to meet. You were so good to us and we know you have earned your wings. We love you and miss you terribly. RIP our Buddy, until we meet again.Lynda & Mickey EdwardsLehigh Acres, FloridaSeptember 23, 2020
Chelsea (momma’s Baby Girl, Cho Cho, Chel Bell, Tootsie)
12/3/2020 - 9/16/2020On Wednesday, September 16, 2020 our sweet Chelsea was called over the rainbow bridge. Chelsea was a loving companion. She loved to chase rabbits and squirrels. She was protective. She loved walks with her momma and adventures with her family. She was so active and full of energy. She was so very loved and such a huge part of our family that we will forever miss her and a part of our clan is gone.
In November 2019, Chelsea was diagnosed with mammary chain tumors. Along with Dr. Stancu from Patt Veterinary Hospital, we decided that surgery was her only option. Dr. Stancu believed the surgery to be successful. She removed numerous tumors and only one was malignant. Unfortunately, 9 months later the cancer had spread to her lungs and before we found out, it was already at Stage 5. We took her to an oncologist and were given weeks to months as an answer but God needed her 20 days later. We did all we could for her. We called Lap of Love and Dr. Amy was absolutely wonderful. She was kind and compassionate and walked us through all that was to be Chelsea’s Final Journey. Dr. Amy’s soothing way helped Chelsea to stay calm and take her walk across the bridge.
We will always love you so very much, Chelsea you are forever our baby girl. We wish we could have had more time but God and your brothers, Otis and Coconut needed you.

Forever my Baby Girl and always in our hearts.
All of Our Love,
Momma, Momma B, Momma Steph,
Kalissa, Kaitlyn, Zaydon, Evan, Gretchen,
Achilles and Skylar
Billie Jo CooperBirdsboro, PennsylvaniaSeptember 23, 2020
Junior
5/9/2004 - 9/9/2020We were blessed to have Junior come into our lives 16 years ago. A beautiful blue/white Whippet/Italian Greyhound mix. He was only 8 weeks old. For 16 years he slept next to us and loved to be hugged. As a puppy I carried him like a baby all the time. He brought us so much unconditional love and not a mean bone in his body. Always sweet. He is missed so much with my husband and myself. We also have a 13 year old Dachshund who has been with junior his whole life. He keeps looking for him and I sense so much sadness in him right now. Dogs give such love and companionship and that Junior was very good at. I hope you have no more pain my sweet little guy and your eyesight and hearing is back. So... run,run,run like you loved to do every evening on our 5 acres we had. We will love and miss you forever. Never going to be forgotten ♥️♥️♥️
All our love, Dad,Mom, Toby
Karla CrimiParrish, FloridaSeptember 23, 2020
Joey
10/6/2008 - 9/13/2020Joey was born in the Cayman Islands and was initially raised for his first 2 months by the Humane Society there.Terry & JoAnn BurkeFort Myers, FloridaSeptember 23, 2020
Jack
7/25/2006 - 9/22/2020We lost our Jack yesterday. It broke our hearts to let him go but we take comfort in knowing that he led a full life. He was a gentle, loving and often hilarious member of our family for 14+ years. We hope he is running down some beach in heaven chasing other dogs' balls.Jack WolfEvanston, IllinoisSeptember 23, 2020
Delilah
1/28/2008 - 9/21/2020Delilah love every human she came across. I never wanted to love a dog as much as I fell in love with her. She stole my heart behind the plexiglass at the Humane Society of Central Oregon. She was 7 1/2 weeks old. She has a very special place in our hearts that is just for her. We will never forget our 4 legged daughter. You have been a blessing for the last 12 1/2 years and we thank you for all the love you showed us. We truly miss you.Noelani BaileyCornelius, OregonSeptember 23, 2020
Rosie
1/19/2005 - 9/19/2020Dear Rosie,

My how we loved our little girl, our sweet baby, our little “piglet”, our girl “bean”. We have been the luckiest parents to have you in our lives and Willy has been the happiest brother because you’ve always been by his side. We have been truly blessed to have you in our lives. We will forever miss you. The joy you brought us cannot be replaced and there will always be a hole in our hearts. I know when you got to heaven Grandpas Goorian and Reyes, and of course Titan were there to wrap you in their arms and welcome you to the place you deserve to be. We will always be sad, you will always be missed and we grieve your loss. We know we will be with you again and you will be the strong, happy, healthy and loudly purring girl we love. Until we see you again.

Love, Mommy, Daddy and Willy.
Suzi ReyesMurfreesboro, TennesseeSeptember 22, 2020
Jolie
8/1/2005Jolie passed quietly at home on September 16th. At 15, her arthritis had stopped responding to medicine. She was 4 when we rescued each other. I still remember her first night at home. She paced the floors when I went to bed—trying to figure out where she was supposed to sleep. After 15 minutes or so, she climbed up in bed and laid down with her back against me. That’s how she slept every night thereafter. The bed seems empty without her.Rich KoshMurrieta, CaliforniaSeptember 22, 2020