Pet Memorials
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9/21/2012 - 10/25/2020My sweet Baby Zachy, I want to thank you for the two wonderful years of life we shared together. You brought so much love and joy into our home. I remember the first time your dad and I saw you at Pet Smart in Elmsford NY, we were in awe of how big you were. We didn’t get to see your face and yet we fell in love with you. When we went back for a meet and greet with you, boy did you put on a show for us, especially for your daddy. There’s no way we could’ve walked out of there without you. When we brought you, home you were a purring machine filled with happiness and in a matter of minutes you found your favorite spot on the ledge of the bow window. Every morning, I would deliberately go to work thirty minutes late just to play with you. We would religiously start our day with your favorite game of hide n’ seek and you would tag me when I pretended not to see you hiding under the coffee table or behind the curtains. Then we would play with one of your favorite toys or just blowing bubbles and watch you jump and catch them. Good thing I was the boss or I would’ve been fired long ago. In the evening when your dad and I would be on our way home from work, as soon as we turn into Buttonwood Ave, I would feel this burst of happiness knowing that you’re sitting on the window sill waiting for us. When you spot us turning into to driveway, you would jump down and greet us at the door. Then begins the purrs, trills and chirrups, the bunting and love bites on our knees, followed by the kneading. Not forgetting to mention the conversations before your dinner and back up on the window sill staring out the window with you cute little bob tail swaying from side to side. . On any stressful day when I get home from work, all it took were a few strokes of petting you, a head scratch or a chin rub and my stress would disappear. It’s as if you would absorb it all from me. I will always remember Nov 14th, 2019 when I came home from work sick. It was just the two of us and you never left my side. You sleep in the bedroom with me all night. The next morning when I woke up with swollen eyes and a fever, we went downstairs to the kitchen to get you breakfast. I didn’t have the energy to go back to bed, so I stayed on the the sofa and you stayed on the chair next to me all day until your dad came home late in the evening. If you had the ability to make me a bowl of chicken soup, you would’ve. That’s who you were. Always caring, protecting and so affectionate, not just with me but all of us. Your love for us was unconditional.Ariefa InayetNazareth, PennsylvaniaNovember 22, 2020
8/23/2006 - 11/17/2020Lily, you were something extremely special. You touched everyone you met with such kindness and unconditional love. You were there for all of us in your family during their best and worse. We shared such an amazing journey together. Though we have grown so much thanks to you, life will never be the same without you. You will always be in our hearts. Rest in peace, dear, sweet Lily.Mike ZuccoloNew Port Richey, FloridaNovember 22, 2020
6/19/2002 - 11/21/2020I hope & pray your last day with us was special. You ate more in your last hour than you did all week so I think you knew. Either that or it was just because you got your chicken nuggets & fries finally🙂 Thank you for giving us one last smile and tail wag to let me know it was the right decision. You are SO loved by an entire family! Dad went looking for you last night for a moment until it hit him you are gone. I will forever cherish every single day we had with you my sweet girl. You brought so much joy to us all, watched your human siblings grow up and even met their babies. What a wonderful life you had. Who knew the “runt” of a rescued litter that wasn’t supposed to make it would be the last one standing! Jazzy girl, Momma loves you and my heat is breaking without you. No more pain sweetheart. Rest easy angel.Amanda TeckenbrockLehigh Acres, FloridaNovember 22, 2020
11/10/2000 - 11/20/2020Our darling Maudie was a faithful companion, friend and member of our family for 20 years. During those 20 years she brought us joy every single day. We love her so much.Natalie McGrealChicago, IllinoisNovember 22, 2020
4/5/2003 - 11/20/2020My Dear Rosie-Daisy,
After over 17 years it is now time for you to fly with the angels. You had quite the journey in those years. I remember seeing your cute but sad face over 14 years ago when I adopted you from the Lost Angel Society. You where just 3 years old, and had just had a litter of pups. Your milk sack was not even dried up.....but you needed a home. That cute face, soft floppy ears....well who could resist.
You loved people and were the best with children no matter the age. Even a 2-year old could pat you head or pull your tail and you didn’t mind.
You were my companion every day, you even got to go to work with me. The girls at the office would spoil you with treats and you always got a nice walk at lunchtime.
Several times a year we drove down to Ft. Meyers for a fun weekend with friends. It wasn’t long before you won over everyone’s heart....and for my French friends you became “The French Connection” mascot! Pontoon boat rides, playing on an island all day not to mention all of the fabulous treats. You and your furry-friend Silver (now also with the angels) would jockey for position to get another piece of sausage!
I miss you so much Rosie-Daisy. You were my faithful companion, my best friend and my family.
Your last weeks were a struggle but now you are at peace. You are with your friend Silver running on the clouds. I am sure there is plenty of bacon and sausage for both of you!!
All my love. Now Rest In Peace my angel.
Sheryl Ballinger
Sheryl BallingerTampa, FloridaNovember 22, 2020
Roxy Garza Galvan
10/28/2005 - 11/19/2020To our sweet little Roxy, thank you So MUCH for being our good little girl, our best friend, or little protector and my very own little ray of sunshine on a rainy day. You were funny and playful and you could always make mommy smile with a tiny little kiss, followed by a gentle little nose You often cought me off guard with the nose nibble, I think you liked keeping me guessing on if that little nibble was coming or Thank you for kissing away all my tears whenever life got tough, when we lost jobs, lost our home and even through the loss of relationships. Roxy you consoled mommy after every trial and tribulation that life could possibly throw our way. Together we weathered each storm. I thanked GOD for you and Bruno after every storm. Bruno and I will always remember your sweet love Roxy. I need you to please look after Bruno, he doesn't want to eat without you at his side. I know that you will do what's in your power to help us. I believe in you Roxy girl!🙏 I'm counting on your help to get us through this my sweet little girl. GOD BLESS YOU ROXY and keep shining the beautiful warm sun upon our faces. We will always love and miss you Roxy girl. Love mommy and Bruno.Maria GalvanTrenton, MichiganNovember 22, 2020
5/19/2006Max took care of us for 14 years! He loved us and protected us, his hugs and warm heart kept me going for a long time! We will love you forever maxamillion!Avonny BennettCoral Springs, FloridaNovember 22, 2020
7/13/2003 - 11/18/2020Our beloved Remo passed peacefully in our home three days ago after 17+ years of friendship. How quickly the time has gone since I was in college and first met my puppy in a pet store at the mall. Remo has been by my side through 6 moves, 4 career changes, a one year deployment, the loss 3 family members, a marriage, and three kids. Remo was the sweetest and kindest dog ever and brought so much love to my life and our family. Words cannot express how deeply he is missed. Farewell my "old feller." I pray we meet again.Rachael StonesiferAnnapolis, MarylandNovember 22, 2020
1/1/2006 - 11/20/2020Bruno was always at my side through all the difficult times - moving, divorce, my mother’s passing, retirement. He always wanted to be with his mom. He slept on the bed by my side until he began to feel unbalanced on the bed. Then he slept on the floor next to the bed. He traveled far with me and was always up for an adventure. He climbed Camelback mountain, pulled my tube down the Guadeloupe, wore out his pads on the enchanted mountain, helped me search cemeteries in Pennsylvania, ran through the corn fields of Ohio. He loved to visit family in Tulsa and San Antonia. He enjoyed swimming and would paddle with just his front feet., using his tail as a giant rudder. He was always my protector. The UPS guy never got into our house.. he made the mistake of biting the mailman but he thought he was protecting his mom. He was in the car when the mailman handed me the mail. As I was walking into the house the mailman turned and ran after me, waving a package over his head. Bruno pushed through the back window of the SUV and bit him. He would cry when I got out of the car to put in gas. Whenever I left home he would wait by the door. I knew this day would come but hoped it would hold off a bit longer. I will miss him forever.Dianne McquarrieDallas, TexasNovember 22, 2020
10/3/2003 - 7/18/2019Roxy we have missed your smile, your pep, and your curiosity this past year. We have missed how you used to dig at the carpet, or rub your face on the ground when you were feeling good, or how you'd trot in and out of the apartment as we went in and outside. We miss coming home and seeing you curled up in your little bed, head propped up on the side, and waking up to see us.

Your sister Lexi came to visit you this past week and we hope that you weren't too lonely waiting for her. We know how much you loved her, and how you'd help clean her eyes when she'd need it--but dad took care of that for her while you were gone. Now that you're together again, we hope that you start playing with each other the way that you both did before things got tough.

You were such a sweet, shy girl, but curious all the same. We think about you nearly every day, and miss you as much. You still visit us in our dreams, and I'm glad you do--it means the world to see you again.
Dan ReadyWashington, District of ColumbiaNovember 21, 2020