Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
1/10/2007 - 11/23/2020Bandit came to us later in life, once papa Ed passed away and mama Doris Howell (my mother-in-law) was no longer able to care for him. He brought life into our house with his playfulness and energy. He loved walks, playing with his squeak toy, lying in the sun, snuggling in our laps and cuddling next to us on the couch. As the years went on he may have lost a step or two, and his eyesight and hearing began to fade, but he never lost his desire for snuggling. He waited patiently by the door for us when we left, and he was always in our hearts when we were away. We so looked forward to seeing his excitement when we walked in the door. Now we so look forward to seeing him again in heaven. Until then, we know he is being loved and pampered, once again, by papa Ed and mama Doris.Scott McGeeSeattle, WashingtonNovember 25, 2020
Wolfe Harmon Thomas
10/25/2011 - 11/16/2020Wolfe was so cute and funny. His ears did not stand as most German Shepards. In fact he had a floppy ear and we loved him so much. Wolfe is dearly missed by both my husband and myself as well as other family members and friends. He was very affectionate and loved to jump on you and take a kiss.Toni and Lee Thomad ThomasMaricopa, ArizonaNovember 25, 2020
3/21/2004 - 11/19/2020I couldn't even bare to think about writing this before now. My heart is broken. It's been so hard to even accept that you are no longer here - you are no longer under my feet, or curled up on the rug, no wet nose against my leg, one less bowl on the counter at mealtime. I find myself still waiting for you to come inside when I open the door and the others have come back in. They are still looking for you too. We are all still expecting to turn around and see you there. I know that it was time for you to leave but the heart is never ready to say goodbye. You took a piece of my heart with you when you crossed that bridge. I hope that Stewart and Dakota were waiting there for you. Through my tears I can see you romping through the grass, playing, chasing rabbits, and taking long snoozes in the sun. I hope you gave Stewart and Dakota the message that I still miss them dearly as well. I will cross that bridge one day and we will all be together again - and I will never have to say goodbye again.Dawn BeldenBristol, PennsylvaniaNovember 25, 2020
2/11/2008My sweet baby Reef,

Words cannot describe the amount of love I have for you, or the amount of pain I’m feeling in your absence. You were my constant companion and my best friend for the past almost 13 years, and my life will never be the same without you. You brought so much joy to my life, and to the lives of anyone that was lucky enough to have known you. You taught me the meaning of true unconditional love and loyalty and I know you would have kept hanging on and fighting for me, but I know how tired you were. Being your mom was the best gift I have ever been given. Thank you for choosing me. I will carry you with me in my heart until my very last breath, until we meet again. Run free with your sister Emma Lou, do all the pug circles and eat all the treats up there in heaven. I know you’ll be shining down on me. Rest easy, my sweet angel. 🐾💔🐶😇
Stephanie BoydSan Diego, CaliforniaNovember 24, 2020
Jewel A/k/a Peeopee
9/9/2008 - 11/20/2020Jewel, a/k/a PeeOpee, was our pretty and zany Dalmatian girl. She had an extraordinary personality with our other two rescues, Avalon and Supu. She was a quirky creature that loved us as we loved her back. There were times PeeOpee would get quite fussy when the thunder and rains came to getting nasty when we had to leave the house. PeeOpee, the youngest of "Our Three Rescues," and her ten years with us was certainly a treat. Now, the empty feeling of her not being with our family hurts. We know she's in a better place after running across the "Rainbow Bridge" last Friday. Our family and furry friends are moving forward in a Pawsitive way. Forever missed and always in our hearts, Rest in Peace, PeeOpee…POpee…Jewel...LucyLu…and other crazy nicknames we called you.Lesley & Les GuskyHollywood, FloridaNovember 24, 2020
12/1/2020 - 11/23/2020We'll miss you, Buddy. Home just isn't home anymore without you around.Stephanie TrainerPittsburgh, PennsylvaniaNovember 24, 2020
8/5/2012 - 11/23/2020Levi was my good good friend. He will be missed by many. He was a warm affectionate pup and oh so beautiful. He was full of excitement and always up for a game! He loved to swim in the ocean, dig holes and eat everything in could get his muzzle on...even my half dozen donuts for Krispy Kreme he made a 5 second meal friend, I love you to the moon.Gerri McCroyWinter Garden, FloridaNovember 24, 2020
6/1/2015 - 11/18/2020You will be missed more than you will ever know Big Man. Rescuing you was one of the greatest blessings of our lives. In literally a second, the moment our eyes met at the SPCA, we became best friends. Mommy and I loved you so much. No longer will you sit waiting in the driveway for Mommy to come home from work. Nor will I hear you wildly barking or see your tail furiously wagging when I pull up the driveway and come in the door. The house is silent. Your beaming smile and loud raspy bark will now exist only in our memories. Franklin is lost without you. He laid on your bed for hours the day after you died, then ran out the door in the cold that afternoon and was gone until noon the next day. He still just lays for hours and stares at the places the two of you would hang out, I believe wondering where you are. You were an amazing dog, Yeager. You were big, you were handsome, you were stately, and you were gentle. Your unconditional love and loyalty will live in our hearts forever.Leo KennedyCoatesville, PennsylvaniaNovember 24, 2020
8/22/2009 - 11/14/2020My sweet strong handsome boy Disney ❤️ my soulmate, my shadow, my fighter, our protector, my cuddle bug and my baby boy. I’ve loved you every second of everyday for the last 11 years and I’m so thankful and grateful I got to kiss you and hug you in my arms as you crossed to the rainbow bridge. 🌈 with a belly full of rib-eyes and cookies, surrounded by your whole family in your home, in my arms. I am glad you are no longer in any pain and that you are with your cousins and your grandma Leenie causing ruckus and puppy tuppas up there. I never thought coming home would be so hard. The house feels empty without you my sweet boy. I miss your waggy tail and the light and happiness in your eyes when we walked through the front door. I see you everywhere I look. I hope you see me from up there in the heavens 🌈🐾 and know I did this for you ❤️❤️Run free my boy, I’ll love you and miss you forever and always 💔Michelle TorresBRADENTON, FloridaNovember 24, 2020
8/1/2005 - 10/25/2020Our precious Noodle girl....we all miss you so very much. I look for you in your favorite spots, I wake up to check on you at night, I look for you when I drop something in the kitchen, or at my feet when we are eating. We wait to hear your bark when we come in the door, or to see your face peek around the corner in the kitchen for some food. I wait for you to shove the door open when I am in the bathroom and I miss you laying on the bath mat when I get out of the shower. I miss our "conversations" at night while I watch TV. I always loved how you could carry on an entire conversation with someone. That always made me smile. I miss your soft fur and your sweet little face and those eyes of yours. Daddy always said you could look into our soul. Gracie misses you in her room snoring while we read and say our family prayers at night and sitting next to us while we work on her school work during the day. Buddy and Boomer come looking for you when we get to Nana's house. Daddy misses rocking you like a baby in the rocking chair and just laying on the floor and snuggling you. You touched so many of our lives and our entire family misses you every day. Mommy loved you so very much, I wanted you to feel better. I hope you enjoyed your strawberry waffles and your chocolate brownie that sissy fed you as you crossed the beautiful rainbow bridge to heaven and ran straight to Grandma and Papa. ❤ We love you and miss you every day our precious girl. Until we meet again. ❤🌈Heather OyerHilliard, OhioNovember 24, 2020