Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Cali
3/31/2007 - 6/21/2015A righteous man regards the life of his animal, but the tender mercies of the wicked are cruel. Proverbs 12:10Casey/Mark Hannah/HagewoodSeminole, FloridaJune 24, 2015
Marlowe
10/10/2000 - 6/16/2015Our precious, loving boy who filled our lives with so much joy and laughter. He will be missed always....Lynn GarelRiverside, CaliforniaJune 23, 2015
Kess
12/24/1999 - 6/16/2015Kess,

The house is empty without you. I miss the sound of you walking on the hardwood floors in the morning as I wake. I miss your beautiful smile and "nudging" as I walk into the house. With this said, I am so grateful for having you in our family! You were a blessing I didn't know I was missing. Our family was complete when you entered our home that Christmas Eve! Thank you for all the years you were with us and know you are missed so....very.....much.

Momma Donna
Donna LeeSeattle, WashingtonJune 22, 2015
Ong Bak
7/18/2005 - 6/13/2015Our sweet Ong Bak was there for it all... She was there when we got married, when her canine brother (walker) got thrown into the mix, purchasing our first house and eagerly awaited three kids coming home from the hospital. She was there, consistent and the best. Through the hardest of seasons and the happiest... she was there.

The kids ask about you everyday and we tell them that they will see you again, one day. We all miss you and love you Ong Bak!
Tristan WitSeattle, WashingtonJune 22, 2015
Chase
4/12/2005 - 6/20/2015Chase,

You are missed. The house was quiet when we woke up yesterday. We missed the thumping tail on the bed and the kisses letting us know it was time to get up. You were one of the best parts of our life the last 10 years. We are going to miss coming home to your big hugs and kisses, going to the beach or just a car ride. The best dog in the world can't even describe you because you were so much more than that to us. When your mom brought you home I hoped you would live up to my expectations, but now I only hoped I lived up to yours. We were devestated when we heard you were sick a few weeks ago. If there would have been something we could do we would have. We are glad we had the last three weeks with you. You were still hiding my shoes and getting up on the couch to make sure you were by us. When I got home Friday, in all your pain, you still jumped up on me and gave me a kiss. You still protected your mom from strangers at the door. When it was time to let you go you followed us right to your place and laid down giving both of us kisses. Stoic to the end is the only way you would do it. Our beatiful boy you are special and in our hearts forever.
Ashley & Mindy BoeckholtWinnetka, IllinoisJune 22, 2015
Butch
6/21/2015Thank You Dr. Gabrielle and Lap of Love hospice for making my dogs transition a comforting and compassionate experience. My family will be forever grateful for the service you provide. Butch was always at my side helping me help others. We will always love and miss you Butch!Chris RicoSan Diego, CaliforniaJune 22, 2015
Vashti
9/1/1997 - 6/21/2015Vashti was one of the most loving, affectionate, magnetic cats I’ve ever known… and while I know it sounds like owner’s bias, he repeatedly made his many cat sitters fall in love with him… he had an unusual abundance of love to give and receive. He battled multiple illnesses, surgery, vet visits, and the upset of traveling multiple times to keep up with his traveler companion.

Through it all, he simply loved, generously, head-buttingly, and purringly. He taught me—and will continue to teach me—much about Spirit.
Kerri MesnerPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaJune 22, 2015
Roxy
2/12/2003 - 5/31/2015Thank you, Roxy, for spending 12 years with me. You were my sweet angel, so nice and loving to everybody you met. We had so much fun running and hiking and traveling and playing. I so enjoyed and appreciated our time together. I miss you very much, and love you with all of my heart.Kirsten HopperAliso Viejo, CaliforniaJune 21, 2015
Simba Scott
1/5/2008 - 6/18/2015SIMBA was my youngest furry child -- he was and will be my special one. He was the most handsome chow I have ever seen with the best temperament and very cute character. Simba loved his raw hides, ice cream and sticky rice. He loved playing with his older brother Yoyo, our golden retriever. He got very excited when Dad gets home from work. He followed Daddy around whenever he thinks that it's time for a walk. When he was younger, he liked to "take-off" and thinks it's funny when Mommy was going after him. He also enjoyed car rides and few visits at the dog park.

We called him our expensive dog. When he turned 5, he started having a lot of complications. 2 years ago, the vet called him a MEDICAL ENIGMA. He went on a coma and they told me that he is not going to live. Until this day, the vet doesn't have a good explanation on what really happened to him. We finally switched vet about a year ago and this was when somebody finally diagnosed with Addison Disease. He was getting monthly treatment for this and was doing well. Last December, the vet deiivered the bad news, his kidneys were failing. He went on dialysis and several treatments for 6 months but unfortunately, last Thursday, his physical body just had enough. He didn't recovered anymore. His vet told me that "it's time" but I refused to surrender. I told Simba that I will fight with him till the end until the last few days that he was alive, none of the stuff that I was doing for her were helping anymore. His kidneys were gone and his own blood was poisoning him slowly. That was the day that I had to let him go peacefully.

Few days before his passing, we took him to watch his last sunset at the beach. It was the most beautiful thing and I'm glad that we were able to do this. I was hoping that I can take him to see the snow before he passes but his too weak and too sick. He rode the ferry and had dinner with us outside the restaurant (except all he wanted was iced water). I felt so helpless during his last few nights, I wanted to help him or make the suffering go away but I cant - I don't know how.

On June 18, 2015 he earned his wings in heaven. Me and my family were devastated. He was the very fist pet that our family had to put down as he lost the battle with kidney failure. We were strongly against doing this and waited for his angels to take him but he fought very hard. It was a very hard to let him go - I DIDN'T WANT HIM GO but I'm glad that we did. He was surrounded by his family and friends. I prepared the living room for him - his favorite place to be. He was sleeping...and he went peacefully.

Please keep us all in your prayers especially my special need daughter who doesn't quite understand all of this. She kept looking for him, asking us when he's coming back and will hysterically cry looking for him. It hurts even more when I see them hurting. I am taking one day at a time. The house wasn't the same without him. It was very hard to wake up not to see him at the foot of my bed. I am happy though knowing he is heaven, well and with the people I love.

RIP MY BEAUTIFUL BOY, SIMBA, my "afufu", my sim and my love FOREVER. I LOVE YOU SO MUCH and I'm missing you everyday. I will see you in heaven someday.
MARISSA SCOTTJACKSONVILLE, FloridaJune 20, 2015
Kaya
3/3/2015 - 6/19/2015Kaya was a beautiful old soul with intuition and wisdom. She had many human friends. Everyone she met fell in love with her instantly. She was a charmer and a looker. She knew what you were feeling and would stay by your side or lay by your side until she cheered you up. She was a teacher, and a protector, and most of all a best friend to our family. We love her and will miss her dearly.Melanie Oswaldapopka, FloridaJune 19, 2015