Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
6/4/2025 - 6/3/2020Leo was the coolest cat. He was Top Cat in our house. The other cats loved him. He was my son, Michael’s, best friend. Even when he was in his last precious moments he would purr when Michael would be near him. We miss him sooo much. We were glad to be able to let him go at home peacefully, gently, comfortably in Michael’s lap.Ginny BCitrus Heights, CaliforniaJune 4, 2020
1/12/2006 - 5/31/2020I knew when I first held Jack at 8 weeks old in the palm of my hand that we were going to embark on an amazing journey together. Jack was a rescue. He was taken from his mother way too early and attached to me instantly. He never left my side and would cry the minute I left him. He was often referred to as my “shadow”. My love for him goes beyond anything I’ve ever experienced. He’s been with me through thick and thin. He’s gotten me through the most difficult times in my life. If anyone knows me, they know that I lived for this dog. You can’t put a price on the unconditional love from an animal. I’m forever grateful for him. Words can’t express the pain I feel for letting him go. However, I’m at peace knowing I gave him a great life. I know we will meet again. And I’m thankful that I have my mom to watch over him in heaven. Run free and wild my sweet boy. You are and will always be my soulmate. Mama loves you. You will never be replaced. I look forward to seeing you in my dreams.Andrea MisiewiczBedminster, New JerseyJune 4, 2020
12/1/2005 - 6/2/2020My sweet stubborn girl has been in my life since I was 19. We have made so moves, meet so many people, and have grow and changed so much together over the years. She has been my side kick for over 15 years no matter where I would go I knew that she would be right besides me or waiting for me every time I came home. There are not words to describe how much I will miss her and how she has changed my life and how I know that I sure will never forget her. My sweet girl I will forever love you! I sure hope wherever you are, you are happy running a muck.❤️💗Megan BDenver, ColoradoJune 4, 2020
12/1/2020 - 5/11/202012/1/12 was our gotcha date that forever changed our lives. We had never owned a dog before so we went to a rescue group and fell in love with the most loveable dog there ever was. He was found on the street and clearly by his manner had been abused. That did not stop him from loving you. I never realized what an impact that unconditional love of a dog could have on me. There is a whole in my heart and a whole in our family. I miss his thumping tail, his greeting at the door (even if you only were outside for a minute) , his grumbling to the mailman and the UPS drivers. If he saw them in the street they were his friends but come to the house he was going to give them what for! We are taking care of clearing the yard of the rabbits and squirrels for you! He got shafted again when he was diagnosed with a high grade mast cell tumor and his time with us was cut short. I certainly wasn’t ready. I hope the 7.5 yrs with us makes up for the rough times you had. His dad and I are completely lost. Thank you Dr Liz and Lap of Love. Eli was scared to death of the vet and there was no way I could bring him there. What a wonderful service you providePatty KortaTonawanda, New YorkJune 4, 2020
5/10/2006 - 5/28/2020We will never forget you Toby. You were my best friend and a huge part of our family. It’s been almost a week since you got your Angel Wings, and we’re still adjusting. We miss seeing you relaxing comfortably in your bed, taking you outside, and the sound of your nails on the floor when you walked.

I want to thank you for coming into our lives. Even though I rescued you, you definitely returned the favor many times over. Thank you for adjusting to the additions to the family, which took some attention from you. Thank you for teaching us about our animal friends, about life’s ups and downs, and about unconditional love. Thank you for the extra time, as we thought in February that you couldn’t continue. You perked up and lasted another 4 months. When the time finally did come, we all knew it was the “right time”, including you. Thank you for being you, as there was not another dog that comes close.

I tried my best to give you the best life possible, and I believe you had that. You didn’t need much more than a comfortable place to sleep (our bed), a few toys, many walks, some loving, and of course plenty of food and treats!

I wish you could have lived forever, but you were needed somewhere else. You’re in a better place now with no more pain or confusion. We are sure you are happy and free. Say hi from us to Grandma, Vinnie and Stretch, and all of the others with you and watching over you. We will never forget you Toby and what you brought to our lives. Rest in peace buddy.
Kevin and Sandy SzubaNew Hudson, MichiganJune 3, 2020
Ember Blaze Nolan
5/1/2010 - 5/31/2020Ember was adopted from Last Hope Animal Shelter on Long Island at approximate age of 3 years old. He was shy and didn't know how to run in a backyard, fetch a stick or ball. He grew with our family as the first family dog and he was warm and welcoming when each family member came home. He loved to walk around his big backyard, and lay in the shade under a tree. He loved to be close by my feet when working on computer. He was a good pet and family member. He taught our children the deep love and loyalty of a dog, and they each found their own pets when they moved out. Ember loved to play with his cousins dogs, Leo and Oakley in the yard, and he loved to bark and softly growl at his daddy when he came home in uniform. Ember will always be cherished and his memories will live on in all of us. We were grateful to be with Ember so peacefully as his time came to let him go. We did not want his pain to take him down. Ember we loved you long and hard and there is emptiness in our hearts for you. 😢❤😢❤😢❤🐕❤❤Julianne Nolanwest Babylon, New YorkJune 3, 2020
7/31/2010 - 6/1/2020Scully, the sweetest most sassy precious angel to have walked this earth. She made the biggest impact on every single person she’s met in her years. She helped me get through the toughest times of my life without any hesitation. She is truly my rock and she is so sorely missed.Emily ComeauCentereach, New YorkJune 3, 2020
Casey Cosmo
10/23/2007Casey has been my little bossman for so many years. He has always been the one to make me hurry up and get up in the morning we have a routine and he will be first out and first to get a cookie. If your eating there has to be something on that plate for me I'll wait til your done if you hurry lady. Casey would always get so excited to see me go sit on the sofa it meant he would be picked up and put on the sofa. If your hands were full he would gruff at you till you pick him up I find it very hard to sit on the sofa now even with three others around me.Wendy EDENNEW PRT RCHY, FloridaJune 3, 2020
6/6/2006 - 6/2/2020Our little, once-crazy Malutki. We will remember you as a nutty, hyper, over-protective but smart as a whip pal that once leapt effortlessly onto our tall bed to sleep, came on vacations with us, was here for the birth of our child and countless other events. Later in your life you endured blindness and going deaf but it didn't stop you. You were a trooper and until recent times and further ailments you still had your zest and wouldn't complain. Seeing you as a shell of the dog you once were, your recent struggles, sever anxiousness and depression over the past 8 months let us know you no longer loved life. I can only take solace in the fact that you're now in a place where you can once again see, hear, eat, run, play, chase squirrels and be the mischievous but cuddly character you were. The silence, empty bed and even lack of caregiving throughout the night is a painful reminder. Our hearts break and we miss you dearly.Setauket, New YorkJune 3, 2020
5/26/2010 - 6/1/2020Hank the Tank, we love you and miss you so much. I hope you’re enjoying all the saltines, peanut butter, and table scraps you want. We love you buddy, our Hanky Doodle <3Heather RandlerCoatesville, PennsylvaniaJune 3, 2020