Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
7/26/2006 - 1/22/2021Hunny, you brought us so much joy and happiness you will be forever in our hearts.. Your unconditional love and barking will be truly be missed by all.❤️Tony DallarisNorth Bellmore, New YorkJanuary 24, 2021
1/1/2012 - 1/13/2021When Amber entered my life, I didn't know the huge impact she would have on it. She was my constant companion. Even more so since covid. That extra time not having to commute was spent playing her favorite games. She was the whole package - beauty, intelligence, personality, and filled with overflowing love. She had so many ways of showing that love. Sadly, pancreatic cancer took her young life. As painful as her passing has been, I can honestly agree with the saying, "it is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all." Even though my heart is crushed, I truly believe in God's promises that we will be reunited. He creates all things out of love and nothing can separate us from that love through His son, Jesus. I pray that everyone who has lost any loved family member find peace and comfort. I miss you and love you, baby girl.Warrenton, VirginiaJanuary 24, 2021
Shystee Louise “doodle” Nickerson
9/26/2010Shystee you are my heart. You came to me when I needed you most in the world. Thank you for the decade of unconditional love and endless memories. Saving you from uncertainty undeniably saved me from the same. Love always, your papa.Sean NickersonNaples, FloridaJanuary 24, 2021
Leonard "Honkers" Meckman
11/16/2007 - 1/9/2021We miss you so much, my sweet boy. We still hear your footsteps, your honking, and we still see your shadows. Rest well, dear boy.Steve MeckmanCary, North CarolinaJanuary 24, 2021
3/22/2010 - 1/17/2021Calli, it has been a whole week since you left your home here on Earth. Not having you around has caused the house to become eerily quiet and a little too calm. You kept us busy, you kept us on our toes, but most importantly, you kept us feeling loved unconditionally with your warm and happy spirit. We think about you all day - the way you scratched at the back door so you can go sit in the morning sun, when you'd be on the couch facing the kitchen so you could see if we would open the deli meat drawer for a little snack, or even when you'd need to go outside every 30 minutes just so you could get a cookie treat. We miss your kisses. We miss your snuggles. We miss you. I hope heaven is the happiest place for you. I hope you're playing ball and running around with all of the guardian angels. I hope that there is an unlimited supply of Greenie treats and chunks of turkey. I hope you feel our love for you up there just as much as we feel your presence down here. We know you're with us and watching over us. Thank you for giving us signs. Please don't ever stop because they get us through this life without you until we are able to join you in our forever home up there. We love you so so so much Meeble girl.Carolyn PopeLas Vegas, NevadaJanuary 24, 2021
6/7/2003 - 1/23/2021Susie, you changed my life for the better. I fell for you the moment I saw you. I will never ever forget your sweet little face. You became my everything. You still are my everything. I will never forget you Susie. Never ever. I love you so much. A piece of me left with you, my angel. Fly high baby. Rest In Peace.Alex BaezKissimmee, FloridaJanuary 24, 2021
Milo Costa
6/15/2008 - 1/14/2021Milo's Legacy
You were my long-awaited fur baby. I knew when I first saw you that I'd love you ferociously.
You were just a dream until your papa said we had a feasible proposition (that means he said yes to letting you come live with us)!
But you were so much more than a proposition. You have been the most perfect companion, bringer and sharer of joy and pure happiness, my pot of gold.
All along we thought we were training yo but it was you teaching us how to be better human beings. You so enriched our lives.
On the day you left, we took a walk to air our thoughts and feelings. We saw a Cooper's Hawk (unusual for our area). It felt like a sign. You can have a thing of beauty and joy on your journey. It may perch on a branch and stay a while and you will enjoy every minute of its presence but a time will come when it needs to fly off. I'm so thankful for that richer life that was created by our encounter with you, Milo.

My sweet and noble Milo, loved beyond measure, you will be cherished forever.
Asenath and Fabio CostaWeston, FloridaJanuary 24, 2021
2/14/2014 - 1/22/2021If you ever have the opportunity to rescue a pet, do so. Adopt from a shelter. I’m certain it was Jessie who rescued me though. I would often say she was my soulmate. We got Jessie Spano when I was pregnant with C. (YES that was her name! @animalleague named her that when they saved her life) My life was dramatically shifting and I was in no position to adopt a second dog. But Jessie and I were destined to be together. She was a puppy mill mama. She suffered tremendously (one quick Google search and you’ll understand). When we got her, she had a long road to recovering to even suboptimal health. She had never really seen the light of day. Oh but how she LOVED the sun when she found it. We would have to carry her inside from sunbathing so she wouldn’t overheat herself. She would find all the sunspots in the house and happily sleep on them. But - as I was saying...Jessie took care of me too. A true mom - she would follow me around the house at all times, even at night when I had to pee for the 8th time when I was pregnant. She never left my side. A consult supportive companion. She become my best friend. My silent therapist. She understood me because she was a mom. We had an undeniable connection. Years and life went on. Many changes, good times in the house and most certainly some bad times. But she was always there with me through it all. The thing is- we never knew Jessie’s age. When you rescue a pet, there is no way to be sure. She was estimated to be around 5 when we adopted her. She battled chronic health issues from her time of neglect in the terrible puppy mill. Every year we had with her was truly a gift. And we had 7 years. On 2/14 it would had been 7 years since we adopted Jessie. Valentine’s was her unofficial birthday. I’m writing this to bring your attention to education needed around animal adoption and as an absolute statement of gratitude for all those who work in animal rescue. But I am also writing to find some peace in documenting her beautiful soul and all she gave to me and my family. She LOVED us, hated to be away from us even for a short moment, and gave us so many laughs and happy memories. My last words to her were to go find all the sunspots in heaven. Well, less than an hour after she passed, she sent me a ray of sun. As I was sitting on the couch, a sun beam came all the way from our upstairs window (one of her favorite sunspots by the way) down the stairs, and onto my head. Yesterday the weather was fairly dreary - so I’m certain that was a gift from her. It happened again a little while after as C was sitting in the same spot I had been. To my Jessie pug: You were the greatest pup anyone could ever know. Thank you for all you gave me. I will forever miss you. But this I know: Here comes the sun.Christopher KingFloral Park, New YorkJanuary 24, 2021
3/17/2009 - 12/27/2020Toby was a unique dog and among the greatest of all dogs. He was that ‘once in a lifetime’ dog. Toby’s contagious smile, every time he greets someone at the door, made every heart melt. Anyone who met Toby instantly fell in love with him and always remarked on what a very obedient dog he was. He simply wanted to make everyone happy. He was good at everything! He was an excellent hunter, football player, swimmer, frisbee catcher, camper; Toby was good at everything. Besides all he was good at, he had a heart for food and was everyone’s shadow. Toby had a heart of gold, and he was a loyal friend through and through. Toby and our family didn’t want to say ‘goodbye,’ and it was the hardest and most painful thing to do. We are heartbroken with losing Toby, and there is not one day that goes by that we wait for him to greet us. Our hearts break to lose such a ‘special’ friend who will be missed by those who knew and loved him. We love and miss you, Toby!Michele and Dallas McCarthyThornton, ColoradoJanuary 24, 2021
Cleo (cleopatra)
4/19/2005 - 1/14/2021Cleo, you almost made it to your 16th birthday, we will celebrate your heavenly birthday for you as we pray that you are running around playing with your big sister Paris We couldn't love any fur baby anymore than we do you. Cleo was the most loving, cuddly, sweet, kind, loyal, watch guard, playful and adorable girl, she never grew out of her puppy face. We loved taking you everywhere with us; on bike rides, 5K's, camping, the ocean/sand, hotels, street fairs, ferry rides, riding in your stroller or walking around you loved exploring everywhere we did, thankfully you grew out of car sickness. You never failed to greet us at the door, kept us warm in bed and watched TV or even fireworks from our lap. You were so curious and never afraid of new things. You were my best co-worker, always being my shadow even if I just walked around the house. Your eyes were so expressive, you melted our hearts from the first moment we saw you. We love and appreciated how hard you fought to carry on after loosing Paris and then your back legs slowing giving out but you were the energizer bunny, just kept ticking away, never complaining, letting Maggie know you were still Queen of the House. It's so quiet and lonely without you and time is moving by so quickly, no matter how much time passes it still feels like yesterday that we said goodbye. Run free & Play hard with Paris Sweet Cleo, we will LOVE you every minute of every day for the rest of our lives. Dad, Mom, Morgan, Ryan & even MaggieJuli HaugenEverett, WashingtonJanuary 24, 2021