Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
6/24/2004 - 7/25/2018It's been two years since you crossed the rainbow bridge... with tears in my eyes as I write this... I know you are in a better place and not suffering anymore but there is still apart of me that wish you were here. Today we shared stories, pictures, and videos as a family you were truly loved and forever missed.Taneha ScottPittsburgh, PennsylvaniaJuly 25, 2020
Charlie Wolfe
3/5/2011 - 7/24/2020If I could count the number of times I’ve heard “ Wow, I can’t believe he’s a Pitbull”. That epitomized Charlie, a sweet, gentle, loving and playful goof who was quite good at outsmarting all of us. Everyone would compliment us and tell me how well trained he was, when in reality he just came like that...totally awesome :) His favorite holiday was Christmas because all his favorite humans came back to town and he thought ever single gift under the tree belonged to him. He truly thought it was one giant party to celebrate him. I’d like to think his life was one big party, in which he was the guest of honor. He loved all other animals, bacon strips, his poppy, car rides, ice cream and the beach. . He showed me the meaning of unconditional love and I will forever be grateful. I know I’ll see you again buddy, but until then I’ll miss you every single day.Alexa WolfeEaston, PennsylvaniaJuly 25, 2020
7/24/2002 - 7/24/2020I miss you homie, I still can't believe I was lucky enough to have you as long as I did. You are one of my best friends and I know somehow we will find our way back together someday. Thanks for everything I couldn't have made it this far without you. Rest easy dude.Shane HassmanSeattle, WashingtonJuly 25, 2020
11/23/2005 - 7/24/2020Gone from our sight but never from our hearts.Fabrienne DeRisePittsburgh, PennsylvaniaJuly 25, 2020
7/4/2007 - 7/23/2020Cocoa was our very first long term family pet. She is the reason that all of us adore dogs, and especially pitbulls. She was an absolute lady with an attitude. She knew what she did and did not want and how to get her way. She was an only fur baby and loved it that way. Her favorite snack was watermelon and she ate it up to the end even when she didn’t feel like eating much else. This special dog left an imprint on our hearts that will last forever.Alyssa SmallJacksonville, FloridaJuly 25, 2020
9/28/2006 - 7/24/2020Sadie was my first dog and the best dog one could ask for. She loved her walks until the very end. She even insisted on a 1 mile walk the morning of her passing even though I could tell she was in pain she did what she wanted. Sadie had lymphoma that had wrecked havoc on her body but she always tried to hide her pain and make sure I was ok! I stayed with her and scratched her ears while she crosses the rainbow bridge! Thank you for being the best dog anyone could ask for! I will miss you and all the adventures we used to go on!Carrie TomlinsonWheaton, IllinoisJuly 25, 2020
1/1/2005 - 7/24/2020In memory of Lydia. She was so kind. She had limitless love. She could comfort you with a stroke of her soft head, and she always happy to do so. Every moment I was home, she never left my side. She always wanted to be around me. Lay in my lap. Sleep next to me. Her quiet purrs comforted me through life. The loss of her has devastated me greater than I could have ever imagined. The house is so empty now without her presence. But she will always be in my heart. The impact she had on my life was so great. I will carry her memory with me for the rest of my days. Even though I cannot see her or touch her, I can feel her in my core. In my soul. Goodbye Lydia. I love you so much, and I will never forget you.Jason CallahanJenks, OklahomaJuly 25, 2020
7/8/2014 - 7/24/2020Golden Eyes

When golden eyes no longer glow,
and we both know it’s time to go,

Don’t look at me with eyes so sad,
but think of better times we had,

When sunlight did upon us shine,
and happy days were yours and mine,

And through the grass we both did run,
and on our backs we felt the sun,

Think not of this dark final hour,
think not of when our lives turned sour,

Think not of hopelessness and pain,
but think of joy and laugh again,

For in that final act of love,
you released me to heaven above,

Where finally from pain I’m free,
where one day you will join with me,
Where together again we will rejoice,
and you and I as with one voice,

Will in perfect harmony sing,
of the joy and pain that love can bring,

And remember me just as I will,
always think of you until,

At last again I see your face,
grieve not, I am in a better place.

Carol Walker
Gissela Pietko PIETKOBoynton Beach, FloridaJuly 25, 2020
11/27/2009 - 7/23/2020Jake was such a good boy! He loved his family and everyone we let in the door! Even if he just met you for the first time, as soon as you sat down, he would sit with you and love on you! He was the comfort so many of my friends needed in times of sadness or distress. He just seemed to know when you needed some lovin'! He greeted me joyfully when I came home from work every day. He loved to play ball and tug of war. He had a special friend in Gold Rush, a friend's golden retriever who came to live with us for a while. They quickly became "brothers from different mothers!" During the height of the pandemic, when everything was shut down, Jake would "go" to Mass with me as I watched it live-streamed. He was a nightly participant in my Zoom rosary family as well. The lymphoma appeared so suddenly and was just too aggressive for him. The house is painfully empty now, no Jake waiting for me on my bed where he loved to sleep in his later months. No more "bed hog" where I'd tell him to "move over Jake, Mama needs some room!" See you in heaven, sweet boy!Chrissie YeschkePittsburgh, PennsylvaniaJuly 25, 2020
3/15/2002 - 7/22/2020“Giacomo, Giacomo King of Jesters”stephen MerrillPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaJuly 25, 2020