Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Sami (samantha) Meloni
10/15/2008 - 11/15/2019We lost our sweet Sami just 7 months & 1 week from losing our Golden Retriever, Apollo...both from cancer. The 11 years we shared with you Sami wasn't nearly long enough. We know your sweet brother, Apollo, greeted you when your crossed the Rainbow Bridge and showed you how wonderful Heaven is. Now you are both together again doing so many fun things that cancer wouldn't allow you to do here on earth. It was so difficult to let you go but we had to free you from the pain and suffering the past few weeks. We sure do miss you so so much sweet little girl. We will certainly miss your meow even though it was at 5am to get us up out of bed. We will miss hearing your purr as you sat on our lap and miss our sweet little girl jumping on the bed to get under the covers to sleep with us. We miss our meals together, even when you stole food from our plates. The house just isn't the same without you Sami. We LOVE you so so much. It's so sad to not see your sweet little face but we will see you again some day. We know we will all meet at the Rainbow Bridge to be together again. Godspeed Sami...FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS!Sue MeloniMohnton, PennsylvaniaNovember 16, 2019
4/20/2002 - 11/12/2019We love you Sammie! You were the best best friend in the whole world! I had the pleasure of loving you for 17 1/2 years as your pet parent! Thank you for being in our lives! Our lives were a little bit better with you in it!.Linda JohnsWest Chester, PennsylvaniaNovember 16, 2019
3/1/2007 - 11/14/2019She was the best and will be deeply missed.Madeline MillerDenham Springs, LouisianaNovember 16, 2019
1/22/2006 - 11/11/2019This was my heart & my lightKatherine TonettiWest palm Beach, FloridaNovember 16, 2019
11/21/2007 - 6/9/2019Beck was our grumpy old man from the day we rescued him. He was the dog version of Walter Mathaau. He was quirky, weird, and a bit of an odd duck, but for our family that the norm. Our dog kids were the land of misfit toys. His younger "brother" adored him even when he would growl at him. His older "sister" just ignored his grumpy ways and his cat "brother" could care less about the grump except for when the little younger dog would instigate chase. Beck was the brawn to his little brother's brains.

When we met Beck, we were not looking to adopt, we had just bought our house and were not ready for a dog yet, but the connection between him and our other dog was instant. They needed each other. Beck was an old soul that seemed to provide comfort to those around him. He was loving, affectionate, and a constant companion to my husband. He loved my father in law and would spend hours leaned up against him both giving and taking the love that was offered.

Saying goodbye was a hard road for us, but in the last year of Beck's life we saw the decline of his health. He developed dementia (who knew it was a thing in dogs) and started to struggle with verbal commands, remembering who we were, and becoming easily agitated. We watched the dog we loved become a shell of who he had been. We knew we had to let him run free as this was no life to live for our grumpy old man. We miss you every day, Beck, but know you are running free from all your pain.
Maria RubioBlaine, MinnesotaNovember 15, 2019
7/22/2019 - 11/14/2019I love you and miss you Maddi girl. You were my little angel and I think about you every second.Kirk EssAtlanta, GeorgiaNovember 15, 2019
1/22/2006 - 11/11/2019He was the love of my life , he saved me in every way someone could be saved..he loved me & i loved him inconsolable ..i miss him every second of every day.Kate TonettiWpb fla, FloridaNovember 15, 2019
5/17/2006 - 11/14/2019Today is our first day without our buddy, Nanook. He was such a good boy and a good friend for many years. We are fortunate to have had such a lovely baby for as long as we did. We did everything we could to keep him happy and healthy as long as possible. We will miss him so so so much. Forest, his kitty sister, is walking around the house meowing today. :-( We have so many funny stories about this crazy boy. Lots of things to look back and laugh about once the pain subsides a bit.Andrea HanesLutz, FloridaNovember 15, 2019
5/8/2016 - 11/13/2019Pumpkin was quite a character! A beautiful girl with lots of weird quirks. She had an obsession with showers and sinks. Whenever she heard water running, she would always come running and sit next to us, waiting patiently until we were done, at which point she would lap up all the water droplets. For some reason, she preferred to drink water from sinks and showers over her own water bowl!

She also loved to sleep in the sink! Why she preferred a rock-hard marble sink over a soft bed or carpet is beyond me. Like I said... quite a character!

She was also very nurturing. She carried a little stuffed fish and frog around with her as if they were her children. And she would frequently groom Penny, our puggle, and her two sibling kitties. She would lick humans a lot, too, but her sharp tongue hurt like crazy, but we would tolerate it because she was so sweet!

She was a super snuggler. She often sought out a nice ward human lap to snuggle on and park herself there for hours. She was such a love!
Mike LongtinOrlando, FloridaNovember 15, 2019
6/25/2006 - 11/12/2019The thing they don't tell you about rescue dogs, is who's rescuing whom? Jack brought us years of love & laughter & taught us the power of patience, kindness, consistency, & gentleness. He overcame so much, from rocky beginnings before he came to us, to battling glaucoma which ended with bilateral enucleations, to finally enduring cancer. He let us know it was time, & my family is so grateful that we were able to give Jack a peaceful, pain-free passing with the help of Dr. Jen from Lap of Love. Rest well, sweet Jackie. You were loved & loved us well in return.Joyce LoveCharlotte, North CarolinaNovember 14, 2019