Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
5/1/2002 - 9/27/2020Saying good-bye is so so hard, especially when you have spent 18 plus years with a girl as sweet as this. She was Bug, and she first captured our hearts way back in 2002 when she literally reached out of her cage at the Humane Society for Rand's shoulder. She was so gentle that she has never scratched, hissed or bitten anyone. She was so even-keeled, she was known to groom and purr at the vet. She was so trusting, she let us rub and kiss her belly. And she sat still and purred as Rand administered subcutaneous fluids in her every evening for the past several years. She had a licking obsession and a rough tongue -- a combo that would not usually go well together, but we loved every kiss she gave us, even when it started to burn. She would play hide and seek with us -- we'd run down the stairs and hide and say her name, and she would meow until she found us. Then back up the stairs all over again. In the mornings, she liked to slip under the blankets and snuggle. She loved bonito flakes so much she'd practically climb up our legs to get some. She taught us so much about unconditional love. But the biggest lesson I got from her is that we should always wake up purring, like she so often did. Good bye, sweet girl. Your dads love you so much.Tony NahraSeattle, WashingtonOctober 6, 2020
8/26/2010 - 10/5/2020In loving memory of Nate, the most happy and loving boxer boy who loved all people. His body would shake all over when he was able to greet others by trying to jump up on them and give them a big wet kiss. He was the greatest quarantine buddy you could ask for and the best dog companion that I ever had. I will miss him so much.Michael ThornhillMiramar, FloridaOctober 6, 2020
10/8/2007 - 10/2/2020Thunder was a smart and gentle boy. He was a cookie monster. He had a huge personality. He gave high fives, paws, sat and spoke when asked. We adopted him october of 2008 and we were told he was about a year old.Elizabeth ArevaloNashville, TennesseeOctober 6, 2020
9/27/2020We will miss our Jolene. She was with all of us for 15 years and the love she gave us will be missed. Her daily Elvis smile to each of us will never be forgotten. Thank you Dr. Lori for being there with us and for us during one of the most difficult times in our life. The love we got and felt from the staff of Lap of Love will never be forgotten. Have fun chasing the squirrels and swimming in the ponds.

The family of Jolene Todd
Julie Toddcornelius, OregonOctober 6, 2020
Adelaide Parfait
4/4/2020 - 10/3/2020Adelaide was the sweetest baby girl. She loved to be surrounded by her foster brother and sisters and snack on whipped cream and pancakes. She was born with so many physical challenges that she couldn’t overcome even though she bravely gave it her best. Fly high sweet girl where you know no pain- you were loved and your life mattered.Cheryl BelmanAllentown, PennsylvaniaOctober 6, 2020
4/8/2009 - 10/3/2020Andani was my sidekick for 8 years. He went through nursing school with me, a hard breakup, a marriage and a divorce, and a move across the country. He loved to hike with his mom. We saw so many cool places. And he loved to always be as close to me as he could be. He always made sure that I was safe and when it was his time to go he held on as long as he could because I know he didn't want me to be sad. You will always have such a special place in my heart, Andani. You left me way too soon. I love you, my sweet boy.Stephanie BrookeBothell, WashingtonOctober 6, 2020
8/12/2010Zombie rescued me in 2010 at a low point in my life. We were so attuned to each other that my sister said we shared a heartbeat. He made me laugh every single day! And he was up for any adventure with me including nose work and kayaking and beach combing, etc. He was the gentlest soul I’ve ever known. I am so deeply honored and eternally grateful that he chose me as his human.

My baby boy Z, I miss you with every beat of my heart.
Rita BellancaSeattle, WashingtonOctober 5, 2020
8/1/2005 - 10/4/2020Our beloved Zoey gave us over 15 years of unconditional love. She will always be a part of our lives and in our hearts forever. We have been blessed with an amazing dog who showed so much love and so many loved her. We will miss you Zozo. We love you always.Joanne RamotarWesley Chapel, FloridaOctober 5, 2020
11/1/2009 - 10/2/2020Rest In Peace, sweet Troy. We loved you so much and no dog could ever replace you. You were the most loving, empathetic, silly, handsome, stubborn pup ever. Every day people would stop and gawk at your giant beautifulness and wonder if you were a polar bear walking down the street. We thank you for your deep loyalty, love, gentleness, picky eating habits, ripping up wrapping paper, the way you played when you got a “big boy bone”. You will be greatly missed by your loving family Andy, Anna, Andrew, and Shannon, friends, extended family, neighbors, and best friend Belle.Shannon ArenthEast Northport, New YorkOctober 5, 2020
9/1/2020 - 10/4/2020Raven was Our 150lb teddy bear, Our gentle giant, Our protector, Our best Friend, Our mini horse. She outlived all of her siblings and gave us 9 of the best years, but we still wish we had one more day. She is deeply missed.Nicole KearneyGlen Burnie, MarylandOctober 5, 2020