Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Maggie
1/20/2008 - 10/13/2020My dear Maggie....you were so much more than a pet to us, and especially to me. You came into our lives at the exact moment I knew I needed you. You loved everyone you met and even those who were not fans of little dogs fell in love with you. I will never forget the love you gave me, no matter the circumstance you always knew when Mommy needed loving. You will always be with us....and your memory is safe in our hearts. Be free to chase all the balls now sweet girl....Lori MiletoDowningtown, PennsylvaniaOctober 15, 2020
Muttley
1/19/2013 - 7/22/2020You were always the bright spot in my day. You brought so much joy into our family's life and are truly missed. I love you and miss you.Patricia SheridanFreehold, New JerseyOctober 15, 2020
Keyo And Maple
10/6/2020This was a very, very sad day for our entire family, far and wide. We made the best decision for our pets, albeit heart wrenching. We said goodbye to our dogs in our backyard, together, respecting both of their differing health struggles and terminal diagnoses. It made all the difference to be in our own environment, surrounded in love and a place they always found peace and adventure. Dr Cath was respectful, kind and professional, giving us our space and time to send them off, as "all dogs go to heaven". Our Keyo and Maple were pals in life, and now forever out of pain and suffering. Lap of Love is in invaluable service for those of us who find home a place they can say goodbye and abide by the necessity of covid-19 precautions.Marita & Michael LudgatePalm Harbor, FloridaOctober 14, 2020
Smuckers
4/2/2003 - 10/10/2020Smuckers was an amazing gift and survivor. She use to sit on the peak of my roof... she was almost 20lbs and a fluffy Maine Coon mix... so she looked huge. People would stop and knock on the door to tell me there was a raccoon on the roof... that was just Smuckers.
She got attacked and nearly killed by a dog... but she was so tough she survived and fully recovered.
Thomas StevensDenver, ColoradoOctober 14, 2020
Lazlo
7/9/2007 - 10/9/2020Oh King Lazlo. You were the dog of dogs while you walked this earth. You will still be the dog of dogs now that your spirit soars free. You were the majestic Golden Wolf. Your presence was a gift on many a moonlit night in the neighborhood, walking all over Hbg and Philly, wandering the woods, and just being at home. You spent much of your youth leashless and roaming free. I can still see you leaping from creek banks over and onto fallen trees. I see you perched on your stoop or fire escape. I can see you charging at the waves. I can hear you playing with the Punk at the top of the steps or in the upstairs bedroom. I can see you running alongside the frozen river. Winter was your time to shine. I can still hear you grooming the Bear. I look at your empty bed now and recall all the days I rushed home to check on you. I can feel your fur in between my fingers. I can feel you licking my feet when it was time to wake up. I can see you licking the table begging for food. I'll miss sharing meals with you, my begging boy. The house is so quiet now without all your fans to keep you cool. I could have never imagined how empty it and I would feel without you. We shared so many adventures over the last thirteen years. Our bond together was and still is sacred. I look for you every night in my dreams and hope that one day I can see your spirit guiding and guarding us again. El brujo me dice que siempre se quede conmigo. The little one always said you were my daemon, too. We miss you my Shazza Baz. Thank you for being you, for being my friend, my guide, my protector. I love you my Baby Boy.Joshua BayonaHarrisburg, PennsylvaniaOctober 14, 2020
Frank (frankie) Q
5/24/2020 - 10/7/2020Our baby Frank. The littlest Boston you ever did see. He was truly the most interesting dog in the world. Played soccer like a pro. Always waited for me in the driveway. Hasn’t had to wear a leash, really ever. (Was even caught sneaking back into our house after a gate was left open.) Could barely gain enough weight to look anything older than a puppy before the cancer began. I spent 8+ years cooking him dinner every night because unlike any dog in the world, he really hated all foods outside of boiled chicken thighs and these special dog cookies with sprinkles & icing. He traveled to all three coasts with Carmel, CA being his favorite. He flew private with my dad more than most executives will in their lifetime. He loved his human sister and brother deeply. And never left their side. When we thought we were losing him 6 weeks ago, my 4 yo daughter, Dottie, and I ran off to the beach with him for one last adventure. I know the salt air kept him going a little longer. And on the eve of my 37th bday, cancer and 2020 won. We will never be without you in our hearts, Frankie.Becca QuisenberryFort Worth, TexasOctober 14, 2020
Jasper
5/15/2004 - 9/26/2020Jasper,
I don't even know where to begin as these tears of joyous memories and the pain of your loss well my eyes. You were such a happy, "voice-torus", loving, hungry, soft, playful "little" blueish grey purr machine. I miss your furry face popping around the corners of our home to greet Linsay and I when you got up and about or when we came home. I will always cherish the time we had together laughing and singing songs while you were my shadow. You were always ready to cuddle if anyone was upset. You were so gentle never scratching or biting anyone EVER (does not include playtime wounds;). Always greeting our guests with a smile and just the right amount of "pet me." I could never have imagined what a wonderful joy you would consistently be for our time together. Quarantine was a blessing if only for the three of us getting to spend so much time together, I'm glad you allowed us around for such extended periods of time ("Doesn't you has somewheres to work to go?"-Jasper)
We have all kinds of nice greenery on your "Catio" (Patio) where we spent sooo many days and evenings enjoying nature together. I wish you were here to make half hearted attempts to eat the plants so I would get up and shoo you away.
I know you know how hard it was to say goodbye, I promised you I would always love you and care for you and do my best to keep you from pain or suffering and I sure hope I did you proud my little guy. I know we will meet again. I know it.
We all LOVE and MISS you so much Jas"purrrrRRrrrrrrRRrrr". We played Harry Nilsson "Perfect Day" as you passed, our end of day relaxing song. Meow the Jewels my little Jewel Runner.
Brad RamboWestland, MichiganOctober 13, 2020
Celeste, Breeding Full Name Is Celestial Spirit
9/2/2009Our brave warrior Celeste never stopped fighting but we knew she needed to rest. I lost my soul mate, my best friend and our inspiration one month ago on 9/13. A true mamas girl we were joined at the hip from the day she joined our family. It seems like we were together for ever but it was only 5 years . Perhaps it was because when we first met she was still nursing a full litter of puppies and I told her I would be back for her and I came back for her. Or maybe cause it was just that she and I understood each other. She lived her life for 6 years in a kennel breeding golden babies and we were fortunate to get the opportunity to adopt her when she retired. As a true mamas girl she was always perfect and could do no wrong. Even though it was clear she was the one who stole something off the counter . Celeste was the sweetest loving girl, I remember when her sister Merry had to be out to sleep she kissed her before her last breath. On May 18 2020, Celeste’s leg fractured and we were given the option to amputate or put her to sleep. She was in such excruciating pain the decision had to be quick, I spent the weekend with her and knew despite her pain she had the spirit and will to live. She had the amputation and it was confirmed she had osteosarcoma. She was in the hospital for 2 nights and when I saw my girl she literally ran to me . She did remarkably well with 3 legs despite being 11 . We started her on chemo but after just one treatment we realized the cancer had spread to her lymph nodes. Celeste was the bravest sweetest girl in the world and my heart aches for her. Almost 4 months post amputation it was clear Celeste needed to rest despite her desire to fight. She was euthanized on 9/13 by dr Lauren who was just amazing. In memory of my sweet Celeste my heart will be with your forever.Lindsey AldrichWATCHUNG, New JerseyOctober 13, 2020
Dizzy
10/25/2006 - 10/9/2020Miss Dizzy Dog was a cherished member of our family for 7 of her 14 years. She "claimed" us the moment we met her at the animal shelter and there was no going back. Though she was a tiny girl, she had a big personality. Her passing has definitely left a hole in our hearts. When she was younger, Dizzy loved to play (no small thing, since she was blind and deaf). She'd ride with you for hours, and enjoyed walks through the neighborhood. She was a faithful office mate when I was working, and cuddle buddy on the couch during down time. And at night she transformed into a HUGE dog, who took up way more of the bed than you'd think possible. In recent times she began to lose interest in things that previously brought joy, struggled with new health issues, and became more anxious. But she was still glued to our sides every chance she got, and never, ever turned down home cooked food. We treasure the many good times we had with Dizzy, and are honored to have been able to care for her through her health challenges. We were hoping for more years with our precious girl, but those we had were AMAZING. You were a very good girl Dizzy!!India WatsonHigh Point, North CarolinaOctober 13, 2020
Mandy
2/28/2005Mandy was our whole world. Words can't describe how much love we have for you. Losing you is so devastating. You will forever be in our hearts.Melissa VioletteWaterbury, ConnecticutOctober 13, 2020