Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
1/25/2007 - 3/4/2021We had Isaac put to rest in the comfort of his home surrounded by his pets and humans.

We wanted to end his current and any future suffering.

Hardest decision I had to make but in the end it was also the easiest. Words can not describe the sadness I feel but I am happy that this was the last kind thing I could do for him, exchange his pain for mine.
Kristin MorganHouston, TexasMarch 5, 2021
1/1/2008 - 2/20/2021Sammy we miss you so much. You gave us smiles, love and lots of laughter. Your mischiefious ways, always taking the stinkiest stuff to run away with. Your strength and agility. The way you made your sister play tug of war with you when she didnt want to. how you helped me drag the laundry bag to the basement happily! You moved with us 3 times and watched the sun rise in the moving truck. We would never leave you behind. You had your own wonderful way of doing things and you taught us well! You deserved every treat and every toy you destroyed lol. We took our last long walk together in December. I thought you were going to be here with us for another year. I was so happy to see your energy level come up. Things took a turn Christmas eve. We had hope, and prayed but some things you never see coming. You will always be my number one son, my baby boy, my noise maker and foot warmer. Thank you for giving me memories that help me smile through my tears. We love you always.Phyllis & Harold TalbotUniondale, New YorkMarch 5, 2021
1/25/2021 - 3/4/2021Lulu, our Princess, such a little lady, you will forever be in our hearts and the giant void you have left in our hearts and this home will never be filled. Rest in Peace, my girl, you pain is gone and now you are with Gramma, Dozer, Cheeky, Aiden, Orly, Vivi, Boadecia, Una, Roxy, Lil'bit, and Auntie were welcomed at the Rainbow bridge with so much love and I know it made your journey easier and I know it came as a surprise to you that you could breath without struggling and your belly was smaller because that fiendish cancer is gone. I know you miss us, but not half as much as we miss you. Until we meet again, We will love you FOREVER, my perfect little girl.Kathy WhipkeyMonroe, North CarolinaMarch 5, 2021
12/5/2006 - 3/4/2021Thank you Lap of Love!!Denise YoungbloodTampa, FloridaMarch 5, 2021
8/22/2008 - 3/3/2021My sweet Odin crossed over on March 4, 2021 at the age of 12 1/2. We shared 11 wonderful years together that included laughs, cuddles, playfulness and love. He was the best kitty friend I could have asked for, and I'm so grateful that we crossed paths and shared a life together. He will be sorely missed, but is now with his brother, Loki, again. RIP my boy, you are so loved <3Michelle LoSardoBelmont, North CarolinaMarch 5, 2021
8/15/2008 - 2/8/2021In Loving Memory of our sweet boy Wilson.
There are moments in our lives
that we'll always remember,
not because they were important,
but because you were there.
We miss you..... 🐾
Nancy HarmsCranberry Township, PennsylvaniaMarch 5, 2021
2/2/2004There are no words to begin describing my baby. I wrote something for him and I would like to share it with everyone here.... here it goes:

As I place my hand next to yours, lay on your chest and count your last breaths, wet your fur with my tears, and sit here in silence, for there are no right words for today. People say time heals everything, but I know that the emptiness I feel will be impossible to be filled. BUT I was told today that every day that passes, it would get me closer to the day when I’ll see your painless body running towards my arms again. Thank you for sharing the last 17 years with me. Thank you for being so unique, loyal, loving, and charismatic. Thank you for being you. Thank you for watching me go through all of my crazy moments yet again, I would always get the “everything will be okay, mom” kisses and cuddles from you. And for that, I will always be thankful... this is not a goodbye it’s a see you later negro hermoso....

RIP negro mío 2004- 03/4/2021
Maria TorresLowell, MassachusettsMarch 5, 2021
Dinah Mae
11/2/2020My sweet Dinah Mae. My longest and oldest friend. You taught me that there's always a mouse to be caught, if you just have the patience to wait long enough. That even on the cloudy days, there's still a beam of sun to be found. That the word 'runt' is meaningless if you have the will and dignity to becomes otherwise. Never bothered by anyone or anything, the great Dinah has left this Earthly realm. On to bigger and better things, for certain. My little Diney Dines. I love you always.Kelsey PriestReading, PennsylvaniaMarch 5, 2021
3/3/2021My dear Mouchoir...thank you for being my best friend for the last 7 1/2 years. You are so brave and wonderful. You have taught me so much, and I hope that we can meet again in the next life. I miss you terribly, and I love you always.Kelsey PriestReading, PennsylvaniaMarch 5, 2021
12/2/2005 - 3/2/2021Best friend, best dog RIPKody KottmeierSt. Louis, MissouriMarch 5, 2021