Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
7/4/2016 - 7/28/2016Tigger,

We are so happy and grateful that we got to share the past 16 years together! You were a sweet and calm little presence in our house and you loved to look out the window and go outside. We miss you every day since you've been gone and you will forever be in our hearts. Miss and love you little guy!
Sandy EverettRaleigh, North CarolinaAugust 3, 2016
4/1/2003 - 7/25/2016Our beloved 13 year 4 month old Yorkie LULU slept peacefully at home to her resting place on July 25, 2016. She was an integral part of our family and my closest buddy. She was bought as my daughter's high school graduation present in 2003, but as she went off to college, LULU became my companion and ruled the house and our lives. We miss her talking to us and asking for this and that. She was my lap dog and always with me whether in the car or at the house. Our tears are those of sorrow even though we know that she is in a better place and not in heart failure or kidney pain any more. Until we meet again, LULU, our love only continues to long for you and we miss you so much.Jean MaxwellDedham, MassachusettsAugust 3, 2016
3/4/2002 - 8/2/2016Dexter=The best lab ever!!! Forever in our hearts!!!KC ScherrerLas Vegas, NevadaAugust 3, 2016
Thor The Incredible
10/9/2006 - 8/1/2016My Gentle Giant. My Rock... a funny phrase because Rocks were the only thing he liked to fetch.Kali RendinoHawthorne, New JerseyAugust 3, 2016
8/4/1999 - 7/28/2016Our beloved Brandi, our hearts are breaking that you are not with us. We miss you every moment of every day. You were the best puppy and you gave us the best 17 years of our lives. You are no longer in pain, you can run, play and chase squirrels like you always loved to do so much. Rest easy our sweet girl, you will always be in our hearts. Love you forever.


Mommy and Daddy.
Jennifer EichenbaumBensalem, PennsylvaniaAugust 3, 2016
10/8/2002 - 8/1/2016Yesterday we had to send our sweet, loyal yellow lab Tess to heaven. We will all miss her dearly, especially Maggie, my yorkie, her best friend & partner in crime. Maggie is lost right now without Tess. Hopefully, time will heal our pain and loss. oxoxoxoxKim McDonaldPlantation, FloridaAugust 2, 2016
10/9/1999 - 7/14/2016Words cannot express the depth of my connection with you, Stashie. You were always with us, and you always will be. Until we meet again, my boy, my Bubba...Mommy loves <3Jennie BramThornwood, New YorkAugust 2, 2016
4/22/2003 - 7/29/2016Dear Spots,
You were the best kitty I could ever ask for. We had a lot of fun and I loved every minute of snuggling with you and you sitting on my lap. We had 11 wonderful years together and we miss you so much.
Rachel SmithPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaAugust 2, 2016
Mini B
9/13/2000 - 7/25/2016How Lucky Was I?

My Letter to B

How lucky was I that when my biological puppy clock was ticking I decided to drive to Broward County Animal Control. I saw your little nose poking out from underneath that horrible fenced in pen and couldn’t believe a little dog like you was wandering the streets and no one was looking for you.

When I took you outside of the pen (your jail cell) to meet your potential new brother you completely ignored him. You marked your territory in every corner of the off leash area; at least you didn’t beat him up. I thought, boy you look exactly like Bravo! How cute would that be? And then I said to myself, Mini Me! That was it, you were going home with Bravo and I.

You were glued to me from the day I got you and now I’m unglued.

How lucky was I that when I took you home to meet your new Daddy (who had no clue he was getting a new family member) and you peed on his favorite chair, that he didn’t kick us both out.

How lucky was I that when we took you to work you didn’t kill the mailman, UPS guy, customers that got too close to your stuff and that your 65 pound brother backed down when you ran him out of his territory!

That you never ate the bird…
That you didn’t act like a little dog!
That after years of love you finally trusted humans not to hit you…
That you realized I’d do anything to protect you…
That you refused to let me sleep in when I didn’t want to face the world…

My fondest memories of our 14 years together:

You jumping up on a bench at the doggy park next to a stranger and not letting their own dog get near them.
Foot lovin’ (your foot obsession)
Your undeniable cuteness…

Your cold nose in my face in the morning…

That Billy Idol smile you’d give to only a select few!

You dealing with all the various strays I picked up off the streets over the years and threw into your home…

When you’d show off by jumping 3 feet straight in the air from sitting…
When you met your Grandma…
That time I couldn’t find you and was freaking out only to find you in the back window of the car worried I was going to leave you…
Those ears!
The morning I woke up to you licking a scrape on my knee!
That time you chased an armadillo…
That time you ran up to the neighbors’ 150-pound Akita…
That look of utter elation each day when I pulled into the driveway and you were perched up on the couch looking through the window, wagging that little stub of a tail as fast as possible…

That look you’d give me that made me feel like I was the best thing ever created in the entire universe; that made me feel like I could never, ever, do anything wrong in your book.

B, I am missing you more than I was prepared for. You were so special to me. I hope you are surrounded by bitches, eating chicken, taking naps in the sun, chasing squirrels, and that you found Bravo to pick on again; you are irreplaceable.

I will love you forever B!
Heather WolfeFt. Lauderdale, FloridaAugust 2, 2016
Maximilian Aka Laughing Max
2/24/2005 - 7/25/2016Laughing Max
In loving memory 2/25/05-7/26/16

How to say goodbye until we meet again........One of the hardest things in the world for a mother, father..........anyone to do.
Tuesday we said good bye for now to our beloved Maximilian...AKA Max, Laughing Max, PIC, Snuggle Bunny, Piglet, Lovey, Momma’s Baby Boy, Love Muffin, Baby Max, Maxabillion, and the other million endearments we had for him.
Max fought a long brave battle as many of you know with major surgeries of the brain (2), back, neck legs (2), pancreatitis, Feeding Tubes, Blood clots, Mitral Valve Disease, Enlarged heart (too full of love) Liver Cancer, Chemo etc....We chose to do those things as they could fix him and make better with a good quality of life.......until the Cancer came back with a vengeance and was something Mommy could not fix this time. So after carefully listening to Max we honored his life, with dignity and the quality of it. We chose to let the cancer win and Max go loving into heaven in our arms.
I could not have loved him more if I had given birth to him myself. Some people can have children. Some have fur babies. My child just had more hair than most. But that did not mean he was any less of my child. He was not a pet. He was and always will be family.
Max was so full of life, and love for all he met. He touched people’s lives with his waggy tail, fuzzy butt, smile, raising eyebrows and the most wondrous fabulous kisses in the universe. He always knew what I needed and was there during some very difficult times including the loss of his namesake, my Mom, Maxine. Max had the gift of making people at ease. One look in those beautiful brown eyes and face and you were hooked. He gave just as good as he got if not tenfold more. He was the best listener. And through all his difficulties Max was always willing to please and give love. He taught many lessons in bravery, perseverance, kindness and love.
Max loved to just be rides, home, office, outings, helicopter rides, did not matter as long as he was with us ...and he genuinely had a radiance about him that drew everyone in. Calm, loving and willing to be in the moment.
Toys were a great love.... along with tb’s..........(tennis balls) and mild mannered calm max would morph into Super Dog at the sight of one.
Max will continue to always be with us and in our hearts until we meet again.
We want to thank everyone for all the kindness, love and prayers shown throughout. If you had met Max you, I know, would feel and share in our loss.
For those of you that think he was just a dog.........You could not be more wrong. To know him you would have changed your opinion.
Max....Mommy loved you with all her heart (and more) and I am so sorry I could not fix things. I tried my very best to do what I could for you, always and when you spoke to me I tried to listen to what you were saying and do right by you. You will always be in our hearts. There will be a big void with you not here Like air. You are and were everywhere and always will be.
I know he knows how much he was loved by us and that he loved us all. If you have ever been to our house or office, each room is all about max... toys, beds, couches, stairs, ramps, crates....and Did I mention toys... Daddy was also Max’s personal plaything and if Max wanted the bed........Daddy was on the floor We tried to do anything and everything for him at all times.
We are beyond devastated but at peace knowing he is no longer in any pain.
“The Rainbow Bridge”
There is a bridge connecting Heaven and Earth. It is called the Rainbow Bridge because it has many colors. Just this side of the rainbow Bridge is a land of meadows, hills and valleys lush with green grass.
When a beloved pet dies, the pet goes to this place. There is always food and water and warm spring weather. The old and frail animals are young again. Those who are maimed are made whole again. They play all day with each other.
There is only one thing missing. They are not with their special person who loved them on earth. So, each day they run, play until the day comes when one suddenly looks up! The nose twitches. The ears are up on the eyes are staring and then one suddenly runs from the group.
You have been seen, and when you and your special friend meet, you take him or her in your arms and embrace. Your face is kissed again and again, and you look once more into the eyes of your trusting pet.
Then you cross the Rainbow Bridge together, never again to be separated.
Until we meet again my love........Give Nana our love and have fun chasing tennis balls and eating bacon in heaven! We will drink Max wine and celebrate your life!

Love Mommy & Daddy
Patti TaylorLaguna Niguel, CaliforniaAugust 1, 2016