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6/27/2000 - 6/27/2020My sweet Wookie left this world on 6/27/20. He was the best cat and companion. Wookie was loved immensely and he is missed terribly.Christine RagerLewis Center, OhioJuly 12, 2020
Sprinkle Dinkles
7/11/2020Dear Sprinkle Dinkles,

We spent close to 17 years together. That’s a long time. You were there for me during the good times and the bad. From the moment we brought you home you had the sweetest soul. They say Maine Coons are gentle giants and you really were. Reflecting back, I can’t remember one time you hissed or even nipped. I loved petting you because you enjoyed it so much. Brandon and I could talk and meow at you for hours and you would answer us right back... for hours. I can still remember the sweet smell of your breath. That was the Sprinkle Dinkles smell. You were my baby.

This house is so empty without you. I really feel your loss. My heart aches. I’m so sorry Sprinkles that I waited too long to let you go. I just couldn’t face losing you and hope you weren’t in too much pain during the last weeks. During those last days when you would get on top of me and snuggle, I was grateful and really appreciated that extra time you shared with me. It was as if you knew you weren’t going to be on earth for much longer and wanted to make sure I was ok as well as you being comforted. I’m so honored that you wanted to lay on me during your last hours and pass as we lay stomach to stomach and I could hear your heart slowly fade away. I love you my Princess Dinkles aka Liz. You were the best cat and I really hope you had a happy life. I’ll never forget you and your beautiful, sweet soul.

Kori BazalCoral Springs, FloridaJuly 12, 2020
6/11/2007 - 7/7/2020Snopea, you were the best dog anyone could ever wish for. We had you since 3.5 weeks old and its been nothing but pure joy and happiness. I wished you would've stayed longer on Earth with us, but I knew you had to go. I was hoping for a miracle and that my prayers would be answered, but I guess when it's time, it's time. I miss you sooo much and it hurts to think about you everywhere I look in the house we shared for the most of your life. I was looking through your pictures and started to reminisce the many adventures and travels we did together. I will never forget those memories we shared and will continue to cherish each one. The house feels lonely, quiet and empty without your presence. My body feels cold without your warm, furry body snuggled next to me. But I am waiting for the day your ashes return to me when I can hold you again and honor you for the unconditional love you've given us for the past 13 years. I love you so much!Helen NgBoca Raton, FloridaJuly 12, 2020
1/2/2011 - 7/10/2020Please read my Elsa's storyand hope it brings others comfort as well.Sue SulaMonroeville, PennsylvaniaJuly 12, 2020
Alli Gator Kuhni
10/8/2005 - 7/2/2020We miss you my Alli Girl! I know where ever you are you’re in charge! You’ll never be forgotten! We love you Kitty ♥️Linda KuhniAmbridge, PennsylvaniaJuly 12, 2020
Axel Rose
1/1/2020 - 7/9/2020"Everyone believes they have the best dog. And none of them are wrong."

R.IP. to Axel Rose, the most beautiful, sweetest, and weirdest boy dog in the world"
Lindsey TownsendLake Dallas, TexasJuly 12, 2020
9/15/2009 - 7/10/2020Our hearts are broken. Yesterday we said goodbye to our beautiful, so hard. He was such a fighter - a cancer survivor too! brought so much joy and love to us with your goofy face and goofy ways....from day 1 you stole our hearts and made us smile!

You loved to travel and go camping and you were the BEST big brother and taught Gunnar so many were soooooo loved my sweet boy.....

We know you are not hurting any longer my baby...We love you Baxter....forever and ever.
“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart”

― Helen Keller
Kathy PowellLargo, FloridaJuly 12, 2020
Banjo Rawlings
6/7/2009 - 7/10/2020We were lucky to have 11 amazing years with Banjo, he was one of a kind. He was our best friend, he was always by our side. We loved coming home because we knew he would always be there to greet us at the door. It was the one thing in our life we could always count on. He was definitely our stress reliever, he loved cuddling,. Laying on the couch will never be the same. Banjo you will forever be missed, we love you always, until we meet again.Jennifer RawlingsLexington, South CarolinaJuly 11, 2020
1/9/2004 - 6/11/2020One month ago, today on June 11, 2020, our beautiful boy Neo left us and he is so missed. Neo, you were the best boy ever; you loved everyone, never got into trouble, and stayed mostly healthy your whole long life. You became almost 16 years old. In the end you were mostly "healthy" but your old aching body failed you. Our hearts ache as you are no longer with us. I hope you are joined in dog heaven with your adopted sister April who left us last fall. You two grew up together and loved each other so much. Life is very different without you. We hope you are at peace now and know that you live in our hearts forever. We are eternally grateful to have shared almost 14 years of our lives with you. We love you!Eva and Glenn BigonetWellesley, MassachusettsJuly 11, 2020
4/23/2004 - 7/10/2020In loving memory of my baby girl Molly. I feel blessed we got to share 16 years together. The house is so different without you here, and little Kylie is so confused, as she can't find her big sister. Thinking back on the wild and destructive puppy you were now makes me smile. I love you so much Molly and I will forever miss your sweet presence. You went through a lot with me from house fires to the death of mom and dad. You were always by my side and made every effort to provide comfort. You're in a much better place now my loving girl. No more pain or struggles. Rest in peace my sweet baby girl.Melanie CacciapagliaSantee, CaliforniaJuly 11, 2020
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