Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Ashes
11/1/1997 - 2/28/2015My sweet little one, Ashes, I miss you so much. You were the answer to a prayer of mine...you exceeded any prayer I could have had. You are irreplaceable and have left a giant hole in my heart. You were my furry best friend for 17 years. I can not imagine a world without you in it and I don't want to. How could one little baby make this house feel so empty without you in it? The only consolation I have is that I know you were in pain and now you're at peace. I hope that you are running free without the arthritis slowing you down and that you have milk to drink and necks to cuddle in. And when it is my time, I hope you will be waiting for me to join you once again. I hope you will run up to me and ask me to hold you because my arms and neck miss your little body and my ears miss your purr. I will always love you. Always.Lindsay ManuszakFarmington Hills, MichiganMarch 9, 2015
Angel Girl
11/5/2001 - 3/4/2015My Angel Girl my side kick and my best friend for almost 14 years. I miss you every minute of ever day. My heart aches for you but smiles when I think about all the blessings of moments we had together. Rest in peace baby girl.Debi ReillyVirginia Beach, VirginiaMarch 8, 2015
Elvis "Ellie"
9/18/1999 - 3/4/2015We'll always love you Ellie, the most dapper little man in the world and the "best baby in the galaxy". Thank you so much for making our lives special for 15 years. We know you're still with us and we'll think of you every single day <3Kylie AlexanderDanvers, MassachusettsMarch 7, 2015
Mojo
3/4/2015 - 3/4/2015Mojo, You no longer greet me,
As I walk through the door.
You're not there to make me smile,
To make me laugh anymore.
Life seems quiet without you,
You were far more than a pet.
You were a family member, a friend,
A loving soul I'll never forget.
It will take time to heal-
For the silence to go away.
I still listen for you,
And miss you every day.
You were such a great companion,
Constant, loyal and true.
My heart will always wear
the paw prints left by you. <3
Victoria CoyStrawberry Plains, TennesseeMarch 6, 2015
Parker
7/10/2007 - 2/26/2015Our sweet boy Parker

From the moment we saw your picture on the shelter website, to your last breath in our presence, you were nothing short of a miracle gift in our lives. We so painfully miss you physically at our side the way you were every day.

We feel your free spirit, always with us, and know we will someday be reunited.

We love you always,
Mom & Dad
Jan & Alan WristenLaguna Hills, CaliforniaMarch 6, 2015
Moseley
6/1/2002 - 2/13/2015My sweet baby boy, Moseley, your memory will forever bring a smile to my heart. You are loved and missed every day.Michele SerlingFederal Way, WashingtonMarch 5, 2015
Max
6/1/2000 - 3/3/2015Maxie, your soft meows, snuggly purrs, and affectionate head-butts will be so very missed. You brought so much happiness into our lives from the moment you patted my face with your paws at PetSmart as a kitten. You will be in our hearts forever and missed more then you'll ever know. We love you, our precious boy! “Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.” — Dr. SeussSharon MaddenPembroke Pines, FloridaMarch 5, 2015
Sissy
3/2/2015Sissy was our beautiful Maine Coone Mix kitty we were lucky to adopt when she was 4 years old. She spent her days following us around the house and begging for food. Sissy took care of Aaron when he was a little boy, sick with migraines. She stayed by his side and licked his head until he felt better. Sissy loved to eat lobster tail on New Years Eve and always slept in bed with us. She was quite spoiled and loved by everyone. Sissy lived a good long life, but at age 20, she was ready to be at peace. She is greatly missed and will always be in our hearts! We love you!Becky MazaikaHamburg, PennsylvaniaMarch 5, 2015
Kirby Bloom
4/15/2001 - 3/2/2015Kirby Bloom: 2001-2015. Our “furry little boy” Kirby, was very special! Not only the household pet, but the entire extended Family loved Kirby – he was the Family’s dog! In phone conversations, our Moms would ask about Kirby, often before asking about their own two-legged children and grandchildren! He was a wonderful, loving member of our Family and is missed very much. We found Kirby on the Parma Animal Protective League’s website in 2001. He was only four months old, and at that time, his name was “Thunder.” His head and paws were the biggest things on him and fortunately, he grew into both and became a beautiful adult dog. Kirby was definitely a “Mama’s Boy,” but he loved his “Papa” too and loved to be around people, period! Whenever there was a gathering at our home, he would find the center-most spot among the group and lay there . . . not budging . . . and trusting us to just step over him if we needed to get by him. He had a passion for his “cookies” (dog treats), and knew that he would receive one after going outside to take care of his business. First, he’d get a treat downstairs in the kitchen and if he came upstairs, he expected to see one laying on his upstairs bed too. And always a “cookie” on his bed before going to sleep at night. And if it wasn’t there, he’d go over and sit by his “cookie” jar. If you haven’t guessed by now, yes, Kirby was just a little spoiled, but very greatly loved. He was protective and gentle with the toddler grandchildren, letting them pat and stroke him, never budging or being upset if they were heavy handed or accidentally stepped on him! He was an excellent guard dog, waiting for us to tell him if a stranger was ‘okay’ when we let them in the door and then he would accept them. He loved to sit near us – the closer, the better – sometimes stretching out between us while we sat on the couch, forcing us to each end of the couch because of his size . . . resting his head and rear on our feet. He was a sweet and affectionate friend to the end. When we hugged each other, he would always come over to us and want to join in the affection! We will never have another companion and friend like him.Cheryl and Edward BloomCary, North CarolinaMarch 5, 2015
Tabu "Booey"
3/4/2015We will remember your wonderful tricks, that gave the kids joy but also gave you lots of treats! Your calm and loving personality will be missed dearly, and the space in our beds and in our hearts can never be filled the same way. We will remember you and keep you with us always. Till we see you again.....Lisa Tyreeland o lakes, FloridaMarch 5, 2015