Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Our beloved Shelby left us today. We will never forget the love she showed us. What a sweet kitty! We will always love and miss you sweet girl!Nicole .Boynton Beach, FloridaNovember 19, 2012
I rescued Star as an abandoned kitten in 1997. She was a wonderful cat, who kept my dog and 4 other cats in line because she was the oldest and the boss! :) She always watched over my son since he was born, and now he is 13. He used to sleep at the end of his bed and if a babysitter tried to check on him, Star would hiss and protect Coda. If you stopped petting her she would use her paw to poke your hand until you started again. I miss her terribly and is hoping she found my other kitty (her sister) Sun in heaven (who passed in 2007) to play with. Love you Star Bar.Amy and CodaFort Mill, South CarolinaNovember 19, 2012
When our son was 8 years old he came home and said that one of our neighbor's cat had kittens and asked if he could he have one, he had actually picked one out. She was a beautiful black and white domestic short hair with wonderful cat-like features. Our neighbors were very kind and let him visit her everyday for six weeks until it was time for her to come live with us. She had a black spot on the back of each of her white paws, hence the name Spotty. Twenty years of love and happiness came too soon and we had to say goodbye. Our Lap of Love vet was Dr. Nancy and she gave Spotty a dignified and graceful send off in the comfort of our home. Spotty has joined her other sisters that have crossed over to the Rainbow Bridge and we miss her greatly. We are comforted in the fact that she was surrounded by her family that loved her deeply as she peacefully drifted off to eternal sleep.

Before our son grew up and moved away the two of them were the best of friends and that's why we say "Spotty was the Keeper of The Boy."
Cliff and Sally G.Odessa, FloridaNovember 19, 2012
Samantha jane
Rest in peace Samantha Jane. You were the best dog a family could wish for.
Love Always,
Marie, Ian, Jozy, Noah and Patrick.
Baltimore, MarylandNovember 19, 2012
Simon and sebastian
On June 30, 2012, my faithful companions of 15 years left this world in the same way they entered and experienced it - together.Rachel H.Garner, North CarolinaNovember 19, 2012
My Dearest Spike,You have been a loyal, loving companion for over 16 years. It is hard to believe you are gone. Your memory is always in my heart. I continue to see you all throughout the house. You made such a lasting impression on our hearts and lives! A best friend you were always there through goods times and bad. I remembering being you home to our first apartment. You were a sweet and cuddly kitten. You grew so fast. always into mischief. You sure did like heights. It was always a surprise to find you laying on top of the refridgerator or up on the counters. I didn't mind! Anything for my boy. Then you were there when we moved into our new house. You were so scared of the stairs. It didn't take long for you to adjust and then you had to make a bed in every corner of our new home. I always called you and Daddy "Peas and Carrots" because he couldn't sit down without you wanting to be on his lap. It was so cute how you always had to be touching him. Whether you were snuggled up against his hip or lying across his shoulders touching him with your paw. You have been a fiathful friend and a beloved member of our family! You are sorely missed! Love, Mommy & DaddyMiramar, FloridaNovember 19, 2012
Sweet Snoops taught me not to be afraid of dogs. She was my first dog, & I got her when I was 40 years old!

Snoops had the kindest heart, and such a loving spirit. She was not mean a day in her life. She was also very brave, having lived with cushings disease, thyroid disease, amputation of her back leg due to cancer, and finally losing her battle with congestive heart failure.

Through it all, she wagged her tail & greeted the doctors & nurses with love. Even Dr. Allison was greeted with a happy tail wagging on the day she helped Snoops "Earn her Wings".

We are so grateful to Dr. Allison & Lap of Love for making the farewell to our beloved Snoops a dignified and painless experience. You people are truly angels for those of us who have to make tough decisions to free our pets from the physical suffering they have endured.

We know Snoops is up in doggie heaven playing with other friends. One day, we will meet up again, and that will be a truly joyous day. Until then, we are very thankful that we were blessed to have Snoops in our lives for these past 11 years.

We will miss Snoops every day, but we will smile when we remember her, and all the joy she brought to our home.
Sue, Mike & Chris LucenteParkland, FloridaNovember 19, 2012
In Memory of Alex's Sasha - she is now at Peace in Kitty Heaven.Charlotte, North CarolinaNovember 19, 2012
Satchel paige "satch
On Saturday Feb 25, 2012 we lost a very special and dear friend, one we delivered ourselves “pick of our litter”. He lived a very full life, We gave Satchel to our son too raise, Off and on through-out the years he returned home to us. We jokingly would call Satch the college kid.. There came a point where circumstances brought him home for good. The one and only person I could come home to and no matter what, was always greeted with a smile, a wag and a hug, The grief we feel now is crippling, saying goodbye to someone who never critiqued you, never got mad at you, and most importantly never left your side though good times or bad. Too say we will miss Satchel, is an understatement. Through the good, sad and many funny days you brought us
you will live forever in our hearts.
From our hands to Gods, goodbye my friend, we love you.
Chris Tom TroianiClearwater, FloridaNovember 19, 2012
SASSY was truly an amazing dog. Her owner found her walking across a major road which was 6 lines across and made the promise to rescue her if she saw her if she saw her for the 3rd consecutive day. She saw her - the owner was nervous taking a strange dog into her car with her 3 year old daughter in the back seat. SASSY just sat there in the back seat knowing she is going to be safe for the rest of her life. SASSY found her new owner. A few years later the owner had best friend in need of a gentle dog and allowed SASSY to stay with her best friend. She was taken care of and was spoiled by her new owner. Within a few years the new owner passed away while in the home and SASSY was traumatized.
The previous owner brings SASSY back to her home and pampered her for her last 5 years. SASSY was so incredibly gentle-affectionate-never a challenge-she was so smart and just wanted to be loved, walked and fed. SASSY crossed the Rainbow Bridge 3/8/12 @ 8:45PM and is no longer in pain - she is with one of her owners right now but, is so missed here. I have learned so much from knowing SASSY - I just wish I could be like her. We use the word unconditional love without really thinking about it to its fullest. SASSY loved everyone that she met.
I am just a friend of the family and have my own dogs and cats at home and feel as though SASSY was my precious baby. There will never be another LOVE like SASSY. SASSY I miss you so much and I know you found your previous owner.
Thank you for being so remarkable and loving us all. You saved us SASSY.
Hollywood, FloridaNovember 19, 2012