Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Scarlett Jane
2/20/2008 - 5/18/2020To our dear Scarlett. You were the best dog in the world. From the moment we got you, you stole our hearts. You chewed up glasses, pens and ears off a bear rug and we did not really care. You ran circles and jumped off couches in the house., and we encouraged your bad behavior.You were very insistent about shaking everyone's hand with your left paw upon seeing them even if it was for the 100th time. It was a sad day when you lost that left leg to osteosarcoma on March 16 of this year, but you found other ways to make sure you greeted everyone properly. You never caused us any problems and never complained. I miss kissing that snout and miss seeing you with your fuzzy bone and watching you squint and bend your body in half while wagging your tail. Your sister Libby misses you very much and seems a little lost without you. We will never forget you and have lots of pictures of you in the house as well as the drawing of you and Libby. Your brothers Ben and Paul also miss you very much and are so sad that they could not be with you at the end. I know you are happy now since you are not in any pain, but it will take us a while to be happy again. Thanks for blessing our lives with your spirit and love. Love you forever. Your mom and dadClaudia FruinSALT LAKE CITY, UtahMay 20, 2020
2/23/2003 - 5/11/2020For our little Winnie girl - Thank you for sharing your life with us. You have touched our hearts and will always be loved. May the sun always shine on your sweet soul.Marcia BaldwinSt Petersburg, FloridaMay 20, 2020
6/25/2001 - 5/11/2020In loving memory of Ariel - I miss you!Jillian GibsonArlington, VirginiaMay 20, 2020
Bruno Keister
12/18/2003 - 5/8/2020Bruno was 'the' dog for me. I will never have another dog like him. He was the sweetest boy and loved everyone. I miss the greetings at the door everyday I came home. I miss him sitting next to me and begging for kisses. He loved hanging out with and doing whatever we were doing. He just wanted to be with us. There wasnt a person that met him that didn't love him. He will be greatly missed.Derek KeisterGreenwood, IndianaMay 20, 2020
1/17/2010 - 5/17/2020My beautiful baby Daisy. I got daisy on a sunny day in March 2010. I begged my mom to please let me get her, she said yes. I always wanted my own dog, little did I know Daisy would become the family dog. The baby as we called her. She was so loyal to us and never left our side even when we had to use the bathroom. Daisy was and still is such a special part of my heart. I will never love another dog the way that I loved her. She was my best friend. She was beautiful and loved rubber duckies. My family is so devastated by this loss. Coming home isn’t even the same anymore. I miss her so much.Keisha LesterHernando, MississippiMay 19, 2020
3/6/2015 - 5/15/2020We will never forget our sweet girl. She made our family complete and our hearts smile. We honestly don't have enough words to say about how loved and missed she is.Tina DesormierMonessen, PennsylvaniaMay 19, 2020
Biggie Smalls
2/13/2007 - 5/16/2020Biggie, I remember the day you came into my life like it was yesterday. On February 13th, I was going through some major changes in my life. That same day, my roommate called me to check in and see if I wanted to go look at pugs with him; as he had found you and your sister online. When we first saw you, he thought you were too big. He asked about your sister and they placed you back in the crate. I couldn’t help but wanting to hold you. So, I asked if I could and I wouldn’t let you go from that day forward. I wasn’t looking to get a pet but I felt I needed you at that moment more than ever. I believe it was destiny that our paths crossed and if I were to do it all over again I would. Yes, you were bigger than your sister but you also had big heart and that’s why I decided to name you Biggie. You were my support system though my entire 20s and early 30s. A time where I was juggling school, work, and coming to terms with who I was. You taught me to be responsible and to care for someone other than myself. You made my days seem easy no matter how hard they felt. Once we would cuddle up on the couch, life was good. We moved multiple times from Florida to NC and back to Florida. We constantly moved and yet you were my consistent buddy who grounded me and gave me a home no matter where we were.

I will forever remember your kind soul and hope you know how hard letting you go was for me. It was the hardest decision I’ve ever had to make, but I take comfort knowing you are no longer suffering. You truly were my best friend and life will never be the same without you. Everyone you came across loves you and will miss you dearly. Thank you for over 13 wonderful years full of memories. I love you and miss you Biggie!
Victor BenjumeOrlando, FloridaMay 19, 2020
7/13/2008 - 5/18/2020Gabe was my youngest son's 16 birthday gift. He was really a gift to everyone who was blessed to be around him. Gabe stayed with me as my youngest went off to Purdue. Gabe and I became inseparable and the boys (3) called him "their 4 legged furry brother". We took many vacations together, if Gabe could not go, I did not. He was not a big fan of water but on a weekend trip to Webster Lake with my high school bestie, Susie Tayor, we actually got him to enjoy a warm swim. He loved to run outside and only barked when we really needed to pay attention. We would have had Gabe for 12 years July 13. My bed has gotten bigger and my heart emptier. He will never be replaced but the void will ease and be filled.

I love you Gabriel and home you are running with our other loved "furry family" that have already crossed the Rainbow Bridge.
Donna LawlisCamby, IndianaMay 19, 2020
4/30/2003 - 5/18/2020In memory of Chigger Perio the best darn cat anyone could ever have. He had brought our Family so much joy for 17 years and will be missed.David & Kathie PerioEaston, PennsylvaniaMay 19, 2020
6/1/2002 - 5/18/2020My kitty, Jem, also known as "Jemmers", is now in heaven. He was my family, companion, and buddy since he was a kitten. He was full of personality from the beginning, and the only human he liked was me. He would attack any other person who came near him, but often wouldn't leave my side. At first he slept on my head or curled up at my neck but as he got older he liked to sleep on my chest most nights. Wherever I was in the house, Jem would often be near me and attempting to lay/sit on me. As he aged, he became more open to other people and would allow them to pet him (people who previously couldn't get near him due to his hissing, growling, and attempts at biting were finally able to pet him). I always loved his spunkiness...probably because I was never the target of his grumpiness. He traveled across the US with me several times and most recently went to Oregon with me for 1 month. During the quarantine he kept me comoany and helped me stay sane. I will greatly miss his love, cuddles, and overall presence. I truly hope that he is cuddling with his sister, Cali, right now.Erin TousleyCommerce City, ColoradoMay 19, 2020