Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
12/13/2005Bert you were this families protector for 15 years. You watched over my children until they grew to become adults and yet you still were by their sides. You were loved so deeply and will forever stay in our hearts 💕 I know you are now pain free and running free! We love and will forever miss you. Until we meet again my good boy!Roxane SanabriaLenoir City, TennesseeJuly 24, 2020
10/10/2007 - 7/22/2020Merlot you will be forever be in the hearts of those that got to spend time with you. The house isn’t as full now, but your memories are everywhere. From you galloping around the yard to your pacing around at meal time. You are the perfect camping partner, never straying far from camp and then relaxing next to the fire after the day of adventure from setting trail cams or just waking around.. You always had the patience for other dogs and children, never getting upset when the playing got too rough. Your property was yours, even if it meant knocking a fence board out to stare at those walking by. Without leaving the yard you made the message clear, it was your yard and it was to be protected. Your deep bark would make someone think twice, but once you accepted them it was time to play. Time will make it easier to deal with your loss, but I know you are better now. You will never be forgotten, you’re always in our hearts. I’ll think about you often till the day we meet again. Run and play free like you were always meant to be. Love you and miss you Merlot ,my sweet sweet girl!Centennial, ColoradoJuly 24, 2020
4/8/2016 - 7/22/2020It’s with a heavy heart to share that our sweet Luna crossed the rainbow bridge on Wednesday, July 22nd 10:42am. She was diagnosed with IBD at the beginning of 2020, fought hard for months but unfortunately was not responding to treatment. She was euthanized at home, surrounded by unconditional love. Even though we wish we had more time together, it was a blessing to cross paths with such an amazing soul. She was the sweetest, most loving pup. Already miss her snuggles, hearing her tip taps around the house, looking down at the top of the staircase every time we came home, her on her favorite “neighborhood watch” spot and napping on Luna’s lawn. We know she’s barking at all the other big dogs and chasing squirrels up there. We will forever love and remember you Lubu.Jennie NguyenAnnandale, VirginiaJuly 23, 2020
Viola Lee
3/17/2006 - 7/20/2020We love you and miss you our special girl.
You brought so much joy to us for so many years.
There will never be another one like you.
JOSEPH FANNINGVANCOUVER, WashingtonJuly 23, 2020
Annabelle "Anni-girl"
10/15/2010 - 7/22/2020To our princess,

A little piece of our family and hearts will always be missing but we know you are at peace and are no longer in any time of pain. We will always cherish the loving memories you gave us and we will share your stories as we grow old.

You were the best little girl that anyone could ask for and had the biggest personality. You were such a diva but that is why you were so special. Although you are not physically here, I know you are with us at all times.

Until we meet again,

Mommy, Daddy, Elvis and Z.
Rachel WinskiNashville, TennesseeJuly 23, 2020
6/22/2002 - 7/22/2020Here’s to Sammy! His first five years seem to have been tough, and he was literally saved at the 11th hour for 13 bonus years (see the next tab). In them, he patiently waited for his two adopted brothers to go over the rainbow bridge, and then he flourished! He was a lover, a goofball and, on rare occasion, a nipper (thank you Feliway!). His became a strong personality and he was devoted to his adopted mom & dad, and they to him. He helped them through major moments and moves, and they tried to help him with his increasing health issues, only bringing out the dreaded cat carrier and car ride when absolutely necessary. It was such a comfort to help him move on, from the couch he loved to lounge on.John & Dee WhartonBonita Springs, FloridaJuly 23, 2020
9/19/2000 - 7/22/2020Hi! My name is Maddie. You may be wondering how such a beautiful girl got such an amazing name. Well, my mom was living in California and decided I was hers. She drove to Petaluma to pick me up when I was only 10 weeks old and I was MAD the entire ride home. So, MADdie made perfect sense. That also seemed to solidify my diva status... along with princess. Did I mention that I was promoted to Queen once my little sister Zoe came along? I always KNEW I was queen of everything...but I digress. I have done more in 19 years/10 months than a lot of humans do in their entire life. Don’t believe me? Check it out! Many plane trips - including one in first class. I have lived in multiple states - CA, VA and IN. CA was my favorite. So much sun there! Took several cross-country drives (NOT my fav - see first class plane trip reference) and I have lounged in the sun all I want at my retirement home in Indianapolis. Not to mention, I taught Zoe how to be a REAL cat. I mean-she didn’t even TALK when mom brought her home. I fixed that and taught her some of my patented tricks - walking across mom and dad in bed when food is required regardless of time), sitting on the nightstand, and my flip and roll how cute am I move. I also let my bonus dad force me to love him. And boy did I. He was my person because my mom traveled a lot and he took such good care of me. Let’s face it- he had zero choice! Speaking of mom, the crazy pandemic thingy kept her home and gave me four whole months to boss her around. It has been such a full life. But, the time came to say see you later. And it was TOUGH for my mom and dad and Zoe. They love me so very much (seriously, who wouldn’t?). I love them, too, but my body wasn’t doing great, cancer came calling (bitch) and I had more bad days than good. I got so many hours on the patio, cuddles, fries, kisses and dad’s special chicken. I knew that my grandad, Angel, Riley and Lucky were waiting on me across the rainbow bridge. Well, maybe not so much Lucky as I liked to chase him at my Granny’s house - what a good time that was! As Winnie the Pooh says - “How lucky am I to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.”Kimberly AyersIndianapolis, IndianaJuly 23, 2020
8/1/2006 - 7/17/2020Bruce was an incredible member of our family and was one of those truly special pets that only come around ever so often. Bruce survived cancer, twice, with multiple surgeries and radiation treatments. He overcome every obstacle that came his way including infections and diabetes and he did it with an attitude that was something to behold. In the end, there was nothing more that he, or his family, could do and as sad as it was, it was time for this magnificent cat to let go.

One of the most incredible things about Bruce was his friendship with my son when he was a shy, introverted child - because I think he knew my son needed that bond. No matter what happened in his life, Bruce was there to comfort, demand attention, and force love and comfort upon whomever he deemed worthy. And we were lucky enough to be chosen and for that, we will always love him.

This photo encapsulates Bruce in all his glory and is how we will always remember him: large, in charge, not taking anything from anybody, and loving the sunshine. This is Bruce.
Anne WagonerOcoee, FloridaJuly 23, 2020
12/4/2004 - 7/8/2020My best friend and sweet and (bossy) boy, Maxximus! You were my soul partner we truly understood each other. You absolutely lived up to your gladiator warrior name down to your last, fighting breath. You brought so much joy and happiness to me I could never have imagined loving something so much! You lived a long and wonderful life and I will forever miss you!Anjal ArmbrusterAURORA, ColoradoJuly 23, 2020
5/4/2004 - 7/15/2020Forever in our heart my lovely Snowball.Indra SanicharFloral Park, New YorkJuly 23, 2020