Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Blackgal Jones
6/12/2008 - 10/28/2020Black gal Jones, Your wings were ready, But my heart was not rest in Doggy Heaven " Until We Meet Again At The Rainbow Bridge Love Momma Charissa and Brother Trell Will never be forgotten always will be my baby girl.......Play run and chase all the squirrels and birds tell Jazzy we said we love him to........Charissa JonesBrenham, TexasJanuary 14, 2021
11/20/2007 - 1/11/2021Dear Atlas,

We can't believe that you are gone. The house is too quiet and you are missed more than you will ever know. Over the past 16 months, we watched you fight lymphoma in only the way a bulldog could, with complete stubbornness. You were not going to let it slow you down and you fought until the bitter end. We prepared ourselves for your last days, and in the end, we did our best to make you comfortable and peaceful. We think of you every day and reflect fondly on all of our shared memories and experiences. Your pack will miss you forever. We love you nugget man XOXO
Lesli WalshLivonia, MichiganJanuary 14, 2021
7/31/2004 - 1/11/2021Rue is the most beautiful, intuitive, warm soul I have ever met. I am blessed to have shared almost 17 years with him ❣️Kimberly AnnCape Coral, FloridaJanuary 13, 2021
3/1/2002 - 1/11/2021Movado was my heart. I was 19 when I picked him up from the SPCA in Newport News, VA. Movado and another grey cat were playing. Movado didn’t have a tail which made him all the more special. I took him home and together we graduated from college and moved to Philadelphia… a new city where we had nobody. But we had each other. There’s not a single life event since I’ve been an adult that he wasn’t apart of. First job, new job, Promotion, New House, Engagement, Wedding, Death(s) he’s always been there.  We met Bydia 2 years after we moved to Philly and the three of us have been together ever since. Our engagement was certainly Movado approved :)  In 2012 Diesel joined our crew. Movado never truly cared for his “little brother” but because of his love for me, he tolerated his presence as long as he stayed at the bottom of the bed. Movado has lived in 6 different homes, lived in Virginia, Georgia and Philadelphia. He was the most chill cat I have met in my entire life. Never opting for the pet carrier..always the front car seat. The only cat I could sit outside with and just lay on a blanket and enjoy the sun. Movado was the people’s cat. Allergic, scared or “hate cats” NEVER applied to him. He simply made friends with everyone including those willing to take Benadryl just to be around him.

I always knew this day would come and the grief has been overwhelming. He truly was my heart and a piece of me died when he did. I will always cherish our 19 years together because no matter what happened, he was my source of comfort and unconditional love that can never be replaced.

Movado you truly were one of a kind and your spirit will live in me forever.
Wetonia EvansPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaJanuary 13, 2021
9/6/2010 - 1/12/2021On Tuesday, January 12, our sweetest girl transitioned peacefully in my arms, knowing until her last breath that she was loved to the moon and back. Shortly before the vet arrived, she ate a little whipped cream and licked the tears off my face. The past year of difficult medical procedures and deteriorating health could not extinguish her unassailable zest for life; the weekend before her body shut down because the cancer had spread to her kidneys and lungs, Lucy ran for a literal mile through the snow next to the lake, stopping occasionally to carefully sniff at clumps of grass and rabbit pellets. Mat and I finally made her get back into the stroller, but I'm pretty sure she would have gone for another mile if we'd let her. For the five years before she got sick, I would walk her for an hour and then make the move to turn back toward the house and she would plant herself on the ground as firmly as she could, trying to continue to pull me forward. Lucy never wanted to turn back. Those five years were full of marathon walks, endless couch cuddles, the occasionally tragic (for me)/thrilling (for her) rodent death, and fun hiking trips with our best friends Stefanie and Charlotte. Despite Lulu's extreme leash reactivity, Charlotte showed us that with the right dog and extremely slow intros, Lucy could get along with--and even live with and be very timidly bossed around by--another dog. I'm so glad that she got to experience that friendship, which made her so happy. Thank you to everyone near and far who sent us harnesses, toys, pet and human food, plants, and love over the past year. Goodbye, our Lucy Goose, Lulu, Bubbies, Luciana Dogarotti, Strawberry Rhubarb Pie. You made every moment more joyous, and I'm so glad we had each other.Brooke SpragueEvanston, IllinoisJanuary 13, 2021
10/17/2007 - 1/12/2021Max you were the best son and brother that we could have. thank you for protecting and taking care of our family.
You will always be in our memories
We love you
Matilde NunezCharlotte, North CarolinaJanuary 13, 2021
3/1/2007 - 1/12/2021Lucky will me missed and loved every day. 14 years with him was not enough time. Our “baby boy” will forever have a special place in our hearts and now in our memories❤️Debra Tucci-TherrienPalmetto, FloridaJanuary 13, 2021
5/1/2006 - 1/12/2021Josie was a black and tan beagle mix, as pretty and sweet as any dog there ever was. She was never needy or aggressively friendly, but when we would leave her alone in the house, she would go back into a our bedrooms and pull out a dirty t-shirt or underwear to take back to her bed to sleep on. Sometimes we would find several items of dirty clothing around her on the sofa when we would return home. It was very touching!James Hunter DesportesColumbia, South CarolinaJanuary 13, 2021
3/20/2000 - 1/12/2021the best cat ever, we'll never forget you. i love you buddy. Thank you for all the memories, and I'll see you in the next life.Elizabeth GregoryMacomb, MichiganJanuary 13, 2021
5/3/2003 - 1/12/2021Words cannot express how much we will miss our precious Sneakie. He was the kindest and most gentle giant, taking care of everyone else - including his brother Moses & our two daughters. Sneakie you have been a buddy to all of us, and we find ourselves looking for you everywhere. We can't believe you are not here with us, because you have been a part of our family for almost two decades. We will never forget you, and you will continue to live on in our hearts. We pray that you are with God in heaven, and able to once again prance outside, play & snuggle with all of our loved ones that we miss so much. We love you and miss you!Elisa BradleyCOLUMBUS, OhioJanuary 13, 2021