Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
3/20/2007 - 1/31/2017He was the most relaxed and one cool dog. He was handsome and kept to himself. He never came across food he didn't want. He was full of spunk and charm. Fieldy was one spoiled dog. He was a mamma and daddy's boy. Fieldy will be missed by many and will forever be in our families hearts.Stanley TandacharryBronx, New YorkFebruary 3, 2017
11/25/2005 - 1/30/2017From my Facebook post to our friends and family. . . .

Today we are grieving for the loss of our beautiful and faithful companion, Lucy. We were lucky enough to find her and her sister, Ethel, 12 years ago. . . .not near long enough. We miss her, but we know that now she is running and leaping again through fields of gold - chasing squirrels and cats and the wind, and there is no more pain. And if you think for one moment that dogs have no feelings. . . then you have never seen one grieve as her sister is doing now. We love you Lucy. Until we see you again.

Thank you Dr. Sally (Lynch), for helping our family get through this most difficult of times. So very professional, and with such kindness and love and patience - it meant so much to us.

Janet, Dan and Ethel
Janet HarrisMemphis, TennesseeFebruary 2, 2017
10/30/2008 - 1/30/2017You adopted me in October 2008 with the most beautiful face I have ever seen on a cat. I will never forget the love you brought into my home my "metal kitteh" You are missed every day by your mommy and daddy as well as your little brother and sister. We will see you again one day over the rainbow bridge my sweet little girl! Love you!Wendy BainGainesville, FloridaFebruary 2, 2017
6/1/2007 - 1/31/2017to our beautiful, unforgettable Roy- you were truly everyone's friend. We'll always need you, and we'll never forget your loving, kind ways. ♥ Jorma, Terri, Aga, Rich, Grey, Malachi, Jon, Julie, Timmy, Cassie, Liam, Jim ♥Terriann SternidayChicago, IllinoisFebruary 2, 2017
7/1/2001 - 1/30/2017The time finally came when we had to say goodbye to our sweet 'lone wolf' Pepper. She fought valiantly to the as her diasese came on so rapidly and was draing her strength day by day. Lap of Love, and Dr. Annie Dion- Byrd were like angels from above with their compassion and prompt intervention in bringing peace to Pepper and our grieving family and I can't thank them enough! By now our beloved Pepper has joined all our other fur babies whom she grew up with and is now running free, chasing lizards and squirrels, and just running like the lone wolf she was. Tears of sadness will slowly give way to thoughts of all the great joy and unconditional love she brought to our whole family, she truly was a blessing! Steve FalknerClermont, FloridaFebruary 1, 2017
Scratch "Bub"
11/13/2001 - 1/29/2017My sweet guy, I miss you terribly. I was there for you but even bigger, you were there for me. You were my protector yet a gentle, kind soul. You are forever in my heart.Jaymi & Waylon BinkleyHigh Point, North CarolinaJanuary 31, 2017
2/26/2005 - 1/30/2017Mulligan was the sweetest boy. His gentle demeanor and friendly attitude was the first thing everyone noticed of him. He was always there for you and greeted you with a smile. He will always be remembered for all the love and devotion he offered to his mom, dad, brother Jaxx and sister Mackenzie. He made everyone's day that much better!Tamara BaroneNorth caldwell, New JerseyJanuary 31, 2017
1/31/2008 - 1/25/2017Several years ago, when I brought my five cats to the vet he asked me “Which one is your favorite?” I said, “That’s easy, I hit the jackpot when I adopted Kyra. She was a true people-lover! She got along well with my other cats but she loved people more than anything else. She treated everyone as though they were her best friend and she became my ‘greeter’ at the front door. Nothing upset her: She was cool and calm and there was never a peep out of her when traveling in the car, going to the vet, meeting strangers, being passed around from person to person and having her picture taken wearing funny hats and sitting on Santa’s lap and on the Easter Bunny’s lap. She didn’t demand food and wasn’t picky about what I fed her. The one thing she did demand was to sit on my lap as much as she possibly could. At night she slept with me under the covers snuggled against my chest. Back in the early 1980's I had a cat that was the light of my life and I thought I’d never find another cat that I loved as much. I finally succeeded with Kyra. Nothing will ever replace the happy days and love my little Kyra gave me.Herndon, VirginiaJanuary 31, 2017
12/13/1999 - 1/29/2017In memory of our sweet Katie. She brought so much joy to our home and lives. She is loved so much and will be missed. We know she is running with our other two dogs Duchess and Lady. When she was younger she loved to run and play. When she was tired, she would jump up on the bed and wait for someone to come join her. She loved to just have someone hold her and love her. Bobby would say, Katie where is my kiss. She would give him her nose for him to give her a kiss.Joyce HoganOrange Park, FloridaJanuary 31, 2017
5/15/2004 - 1/28/2017Truly sentient, deeply soulful and pure of heart, Monty, you were the epitome of why God created dogs. You guided me wordlessly through troubled times and shared in all of the celebrations as well. You helped so many people simply by looking into their eyes and into their souls. You gave comfort, evoked laughter, and played with abandon. Over the past few months, as we've struggled together with your lymphoma, every single veterinarian, technician and doctor's assistant took the time to tell me how close they felt to you. Every morning as I had to give you the semi-handful of pills, you looked at me with such complete trust, and that loving gaze will stay with me for the rest of my life. Thank you, my beloved "Meester Boy", for every single day.Gene SmithNewport Beach, CaliforniaJanuary 30, 2017