Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
8/12/1994 - 11/3/2012Mr. Blue, your absence in our lives has left a hole in our hearts that will never be filled. Although you are no longer here, your memory will live on forever. If we learned anything from you, it was to never give up, no matter what the circumstances. We think about you everyday, and look forward to seeing you again someday soon.
We Love and Miss You,
Neesie, Todd, Smokie, Sassy and Jack.
Todd and NeesieRandleman, North CarolinaJuly 27, 2013
Kane Moore
12/8/2011 - 7/24/2013Kane was only 2. He was a German Shepherd from Holly Springs and he had cancer in his shoulder. He was no longer able to run and jump and chase frisbees. His Mom and Dad, and Chocolate Lab sister, Emily, surrounded him with love and heartfelt tears. He was so sweet and will be so very greatly missed.Lori BristolHolly Springs, North CarolinaJuly 27, 2013
Bert Samson
5/11/2004 - 7/24/2013Bert's passing has left a big hole in the lives of not only his immediate family, but also his extensive extended family across the U.S. He will be missed but will live on in our hearts.Deb SamsonAnnapolis, MarylandJuly 26, 2013
4/1/1999 - 7/25/2013Like every other pet to their family, but like no other pet to ours. He was the best dog we could have ever lucked into having. He was a gentle giant that loved kids, his family and life until the end.

We miss you.
Andrew KatsamasMooresville, North CarolinaJuly 25, 2013
12/23/2012On 7/23/13, 7 months passed since Dude peacefully went to heaven.Dude was the most loving,orange tabby,furry feline. I had been grieving the loss of my cat, Scarlette, when my family got him. If you walked towards him; he would just stretch out and not walk away. He always rubbed his head against your leg. I could not bear to bond with him as I was not ready. It took me 3 months and he had my heart. I could not resist those deep purrs and nuzzles. He loved to get in bed and cuddle up against your side. If there was no room there; he would lay between your legs or on your feet. If it was morning; he would get on your chest and breathe hard.It was his way of saying" feed me". He loves to be petted from head to toe. Nearly a year later; I took in another cat and that cat loved to play fight with Dude. Dude allowed it. I could see the look in his eyes"ughh not this brat again". They would fight; but not enough to draw blood. Then, 10 minutes later would kiss and cuddle. They were truly brothers.
Dude had been pre-asthmatic. He never needed meds; but he always breathed heavily. That was the only real health problem he had. In the Fall of 2012; I noticed he was breathing heavier.I did not think much of it. But, I looked inside his mouth and saw a bad tooth. It was excised. Then, he got a URI. He would not eat,drink, or play. I knew something else was going on. Everyday I gave him meds and water through a syringe. I wiped the thick mucus off him. I groomed and gave him wet washcloth baths. I petted him.He was not getting better. He went from 14 lbs to 9 lbs. Finally, I saw he had a tumor against his larynx. That was causing the weight loss and breathing issues. It was pretty large. He probably had a week left. I decided to humanely euthanize him. I cried as it happened. I knew his Quality of Life was poor. I hated to see him suffer. He gave me such a good life. I always missed him when I had to go away. It was traumatic to loose him. But, I am glad he is no longer in pain. His brother, Baby, is less litter box challenged as well now. He gave more cuddles than fights towards the end. He misses him. I have accidentally call out Dude's name and Baby will look for him.

Things I miss about Dude:
I miss how you purred when i rubbed your belly and ears.
I miss the sway and swagger in your hips as you walked.
I miss how you loved to steal bites of Doritos chips and bacon.
I miss how you would give me a kitty massage when I had a bad day
I miss how you would chase lizards. You would never kill them tho.
I miss the playfights between your brother and you.
I miss how you would tell me if a date was a right or wrong man for me; by sitting on the back of the couch next to him.
I miss giving you hospice care in your final weeks. I did not mind it if it made you feel better and loved.
I miss how you would run as fast as your could throughout the house at times.
I miss how you made me trip or nearly trip.
I miss your eyes
I miss your purr.
I just miss you.

No one can replace you. I look at your final resting spot. I put fresh flowers on it a few times a month. I know you are chasing all the bugs in heaven. And, you are eating Doritos and bacon. I can't wait to get a nuzzle from you in heaven.. Til We meet again. We Love you.
Melissa AWebster, TexasJuly 25, 2013
9/30/2013 - 7/21/2013My sweet Sparky (the barky!) who never had a mean bone in his body- is now playing with his beloved Jolly Ball with his companion Annie.Nancy BuninHavertown, PennsylvaniaJuly 24, 2013
5/1/2000 - 7/22/2013She will be missed!Ted CaudillHouston, TexasJuly 24, 2013
8/28/2006 - 7/22/2013Titan was my best friend, I loved him more than words can ever describe and he loved me back, unconditionally. No one could ever replace the joy in my heart when he was near, and now that hes gone, no one could ever fill the void that is there. Letting you go was the hardest decision I've ever had to make but I know it was the least selfish thing I could do. I know that now you are in a better place with no more pain and suffering, only health and happiness. I know that I will never foget you and will cherish every memory of you. Love always, Ashley♡Ashley DeslatteMarrero, LouisianaJuly 23, 2013
Spice Dobson
2/7/1999 - 7/22/2013Spice will be missed greatly. She's always been a loving and affectionate pet. She is now chasing squirrels and cats in Heaven. We love you sweet Spice and may you Rest in Sweet Peace.Houston, TexasJuly 23, 2013
3/3/1999 - 7/21/2013Chloe was a Dalmatian-pit mix. She loved to take walks and rides in the car. She especially liked taking walks along the local nature trails. Chloe had a great disposition and appreciated everything she had. She loved he toys, her favorite was her teddy. Teddy needed many stitches over the years but made to the end. Chloe loved her family and was always excited to greet them. She knew her boundaries, the yard was fenced but Chloe would never wander. She loved her life, and shared the that life with us. Her presence was calming, always with a warm smile or a kiss.

On her last day she was on the lawn near a bird feeder where a rabbit was eating the seeds that would fall to the ground. The rabbit knew that Chloe was no longer a threat and just went on eating. Some how Chloe got up the strength to lift her crippled paws and gave chase for one last time reminding us of the days she would play games. Soccer was one of her favorite games.
Bill RoartyLevittown, PennsylvaniaJuly 23, 2013