Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Sadie (human Companion- Joselyn J. Todd
4/14/2016Sadie, Jan. 2001 - April 2016 . Sadie passed peacefully and quietly. She was tired but loving to the last moments. A thank you to everyone who touched her life and made it better. Just as I told Sadie, I will be OK- but never the same as she taught me some important life lessons. I lost three dogs in a row within 5 years. I never imagined that a new puppy of 8 weeks old would have lived to be my devoted companion for 15 + years. Farewell for now, my sweet girl.

A special thank you to Dr. Dana of Lap of Love.
Joselyn ToddCary, North CarolinaApril 15, 2016
Simma
4/1/2004 - 4/12/2016Profoundly missed 🐶Ruth VegaFontana, CaliforniaApril 14, 2016
Kenya
3/12/2004 - 3/20/2016To my loyal and best friend. The day I picked you as a puppy with the pink ribbon around your head, I knew that you will be my life companion. A Great Dane - big, clumsy; but a companion that I couldn't ever be a better companion. You were with me through happy times, funny moments, and sometimes troubling times. Never once your love for me swayed - what more could a a person ever ask? I will always miss the click of your nails on the tile floor, you demanding attention, your smiling face when I come through the door and your beautiful brown eye glaring into my eyes, wondering what I'm thinking. You were the perfect "people whisperer". You will always be missed and loved.Jamie RusselolPensacola, FloridaApril 14, 2016
Angel
4/5/2016The name fit her perfect she was loving, devoted, and perfect in so many ways she helped me through tough times. God sent her to me and because I loved her enough to let her go home to God. Forever in my heart with beautiful memories.Linda MayhawBrandon, FloridaApril 14, 2016
Gia
10/21/2006 - 4/13/2016Gia will always be in our hearts. She was a beautiful and gentle soul. She and I shared a very special connection and her ability to read my mind was remarkable. I feel so blessed to have known her.Megan MACKENZIELewiston, New YorkApril 13, 2016
Alexander The Great
9/22/2001 - 4/12/2016Alexander the Great ("Alex") was my heart dog. He lived a good and full life despite the hand he was dealt in what should have been his Golden Years—he was my best friend, my shadow, my running & walking partner, my confidant, my soul mate, and the love of my life. My constant companion for fourteen and a half years, not nearly long enough. I don’t know how you say farewell to so loyal and constant a friend so instead I wish him well on the next leg of his journey. Brandy and Lord Byron will meet you at the Bridge, old friend. Sadly, his father passed away on April 8, 2016 just eight weeks shy of his 17th birthday. I like to think he was also waiting for Alex at the Bridge.

I want to remember Alex as he was before nasal cancer struck and that’s as a happy-go-lucky little dog who enjoyed his people and his life. He loved to run in the rain, get massages, and chase off pesky squirrels with his brothers. He was never late for a meal and he never failed to impress me with his intelligence, loyalty and courage. Cancer robbed him of that but it can’t erase or diminish my memories or the good times we shared over the years. I won’t let it.

Run free, my sweet boy. And may you never know pain or suffering again. I’ll never forget you and I’ll *always* miss you. I'll cherish the memories we made together. 💕
Suzanne RzewnickiLeesburg, VirginiaApril 13, 2016
Shadow
9/23/2001 - 4/12/2016Thank you, Shadow, for 14 1/2 years of unconditional love. From the time you were 8 weeks old, to the day you crossed the Rainbow Bridge, you had me wrapped around your big beautiful paws. I will miss our conversations, where you barked and "told" me all about your day, the runs we would go on, the car rides, your beautiful smile when I scratched that certain spot, hearing the clicking of your paws as you came into the room several times at night to "check" on us, and especially those soft-as-velvet ears that I loved to rub between my fingers. Your second Shamu sits on the nightstand, a gentle reminder of your sweet, stubborn, and oh-so-intelligent personality. We love you, sweet boy. Always and forever.Trish and Rod WardMims, FloridaApril 13, 2016
Jynx Russell
2/3/1999 - 4/8/2016Jynxy filled our lives and our hearts with endless love for 17 long years. He grew up with our kids and the house seems empty without him. We miss you Jynxy boy, but we are so very thankful for all the wonderful years we had together.Betty Anne MorrowRoswell, GeorgiaApril 13, 2016
Cocoa
4/5/2016Cocoa - It's been exactly seven days and you can't begin to imagine how much Bowser and I miss you! You left a big hole in my heart but I take comfort in knowing that you are cancer free and running around like the pup you once were. You fought for 10 long months - you were so resilient. Thank you so much for coming into my life and showing me how to be better person. You will forever be in my memories and thoughts until my last breathe. I'm still holding up the promise to make you proud and live on your legacy. I love you best friend.Jen SerpasFairfax, VirginiaApril 12, 2016
Stash Burke
4/5/2016 - 3/12/2016Our family will miss our boy, Stash, so very much. He was full of mischief and fun. My husband could wrestle with him like he was a dog. He was king of our countertop! If you put a cup of coffee, papers, your purse or whatever in his "spot" he would knock it down. He would lean over and watch it as it fell. He would purr as he was coming toward you. He loved to be pet! He purred as I pet him on the day he died. We knew it was time for him to cross the rainbow bridge when he couldn't eat and he wouldn't get off the bed. He just lay there as our other cats and dog jumped on and off the bed to be by his side. RIP Stash!Cindy BurkeSt. Louis, MissouriApril 12, 2016