Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Harley
10/29/2006You will Always be in my heart, lived and missed dearly💔Dee Dee HoffmanMaryville, TennesseeJanuary 12, 2021
Ginger
7/31/2009 - 1/5/2021We miss Ginger very much- we are so grateful for 8 years with her. Although they weren't enough, they were filled with a lot of love and joy. We are forever grateful that we got to spend so much extra time with her the last several months of her life in 2020- a weird silver lining to the pandemic.Sarah FrazellWashington, District of ColumbiaJanuary 12, 2021
Snicket
11/5/2004 - 11/17/2020What can I say about my sweet Snicket (a yorkipoo) ... She decorated my life! She was my baby girl. She had been struggling with kidney disease over this past year but she stayed strong up until her last birthday, her little body had grown tired of the fight. She was a Christmas present in 2004 from "Santa" which I had gotten for my little boy when he was 4 years old. They were best friends and she loved swimming in the pool with him when they were younger. She loved ice cream and cheesecake which she would get on special occasions. She was incredibly smart and very loving. She and I became very close as my son grew up and left for college ... She saved me from loneliness during that time and became my whole world, more so after she was diagnosed with kidney disease. I miss her sweet little face terribly and my life will never be the same. She was a truly a gift! I will forever be changed by her presence in my life, she brought color into this world. I am looking forward to the day I can reunite with her at rainbow bridge, but until then I will hold tightly to her memory.Tricia MSpringfield, OhioJanuary 12, 2021
Wally
1/10/2021My sweet Wally. I already miss him so much. I am in a bit of denial that he is no longer with me. Dr. Gordon was wonderful and helped us know that this is the right thing to do. He was suffering. He has been part of the family for 16 years. I won't ever have another dog quite like him. I am so grateful that I had him.Diane SternCamas, WashingtonJanuary 12, 2021
Chip
6/21/2015 - 11/27/2020Goodbye my love, my sweet dearest Angel. There was no mistaking, from the moment we met in the shelter we chose each other. You were taken from us all here on earth much too soon. You fought so hard to stay here with us, so happy and cuddling, mushy kitty paws till the end, all through the course of your horrible disease. You had not one bad bone in your furry body, always full of love to give. You never stopped fighting bravely for Mommy and for all who loved and still love you deeply forever, noble till the end. You knew how special you were, and you knew you were needed here on earth for us humans. You are still here with me, you are my soul mate and soul mates never part. Till we find each other again my sweet love. You were and still are my everything, and I will never get back the huge piece of my heart you have taken with you. But you deserve it, keep it forever my little one ❤️Angela MagallanesNorristown, PennsylvaniaJanuary 12, 2021
Willow
4/13/2013 - 1/8/2021Sweetest most loving goof ball in the world. Our pure sunshine doggie, we will miss her alwaysMarci RosenthalCANTON, MassachusettsJanuary 11, 2021
Otis
3/4/2010 - 1/10/2021I never realized how bad this would hurt. You brought me so much love and happiness. My soul hurts. I just want to touch you one more time. You were my boy from 5 weeks old. I got you baby sitters so you wouldn’t be alone. You brought me a love and happiness I will never forget. I couldn’t wait to get home to see you. Now a big part of me is gone. I swear I heard your footsteps yesterday after you were gone. It’s so quiet in here. No one needed his butt rubbed or food or outside or just attention. I miss you so much and I pray it’s true time heals cuz I feel so empty right now. I will miss you until I see you again Otis, my honey. My boy!!! Love your mommaKimberly GeneretteMiddletown, PennsylvaniaJanuary 11, 2021
Tigger
With a very heavy heart, my sweet boy Tigger took his last breath in my arms this evening, January 8, 2021. Thanks to the compassion and care by Dr. Chelsea with Lap of Love, Tigger was surrounded by those that loved him, in the comfort of his safe home as he painlessly drifted over the rainbow bridge to kitty heaven.

Tigger will be greatly missed by all who loved him, even by his kitty sister Mitzy. While Tigger and Mitzy were not very close, she’s always been very in tune with my emotions and I believe she sensed Tigger was departing. I found them snuggling together many times this week ❤️

Under the circumstances of the last year working from home, I was fortunate to spend so much more time with him, spoiling him with love and he equally showed me extra affection just as I needed it, too. Just days ago he woke me up as he did every morning playing with my hair and gently petting my face with his soft paws. No matter how early it was, who could deny such a sweet kitty when he looked at me with such adoring eyes? I worked from the sofa the last few days to be closer to him and like clockwork, he’d snuggle up against me, purring himself to sleep.

For those that don’t know, the Passeto’s had dogs growing up, never cats. Dannyel surprised us all when he adopted a cat and named her Krypto. After Dannyel’s tragedy, Dennys adopted Krypto as her guardian. Mourning Dannyel’s loss, I visited a pet store and put my name on the waiting list for an orange tabby. Who knew they were in such demand! A couple short weeks later, I was notified that a litter was found with kittens just days old in a trash can and they were nurturing them to health before adoption. That’s how Tigger came into my life, and owning him - to this day, made me feel closer to Dannyel.

Tigger’s last days were spent eating all the treats he received as a Christmas gift, fresh tuna and chicken, catnip, visits from family and friends, endless amount of running tub faucet water, kisses, snuggles with momma and lots of conversations recalling memories of him and letting him know how loved he is. Thursday night, he fell asleep on my chest and I whispered to him that I know he’s tired and it’s ok if he needs to go - that I’ll be okay. Tigger has been my companion for nearly half of my life, and at 18 years old, may he Rest In Peace.

Tigger, I love you so much. Your paw prints 🐾 will forever be in my heart. I know Uncle Danny and cousin Krypto can’t wait to play with you ♥️
Gabryela PassetoBethesda, MarylandJanuary 11, 2021
Lady
1/18/2011 - 1/10/2021It's difficult to write this as my heart hurts so badly not seeing her twirls and happy shakes anymore. Lady was so full of life and would look into your soul with her piercing eyes. She loved people so much. I would take her to the dog park and she would run up and visit all the people. I'm going to miss that about her but It's only goodbye for a little while and hopefully we will see her again in heaven. We love you so very much Lady! You touched the hearts of everyone who met you and they miss you so very much. It's never going to be the same without you. Rest in peace now baby girl. Until we meet again! 💔Crystal ObesloHenderson, NevadaJanuary 11, 2021
Baci
3/1/2001 - 1/8/2021I'm not great with words but i'd like to share Baci's story.

Baci was less than a year old when my wife rescued him. She picked him because when she held him at the shelter, he would not stop kissing her. That's why she named him Baci. Baci is Italian for "kisses," pronounced "Bachee." I met Baci and my wife when he was 4 years old.

I remember the 1st night I spent the night at my wife's home, Baci was so protective of her, he would not let me sleep on the bed. Over the weeks, months, and years he opened up to me. Baci was a very fast walker, it took alot to keep up with him at the park. He loved to run, I would get tired before he would.

Baci has lived in many parts of the country and he was a great passenger, although he was terrified of the big 18 wheeler trucks. He absolutely enjoyed the snow of the north and the beaches of the east coast.

In 2014, my wife passed away unexpectedly from sudden health complications. He used to wait in the same spot at the same time looking at the front door waiting for her to get home. When she didn't come home from the hospital, he waited in that same spot for 2 weeks straight for hours on end, crying. After 2 weeks he finally gave up.

Ever since then he has never left my side and we become closer than I could ever imagine. The next 2 years he underwent gallstone surgery twice and tplo knee surgery, the vet's reluctant to perform the surgeries because of his age. My heart told me he was a fighter and that he would recover because of his fighting spirit.

I never imagined he would live to be 19 years old. Baci has taught me loyalty. He taught me what unconditional love is. And he taught me more about humanity than any other human i've ever know. I love you always and forever, buddy. Rest in peace now knowing that you have reunited with your mom. I'll think of you 2 forever and always.

Thank you Janie for making his last moments on Earth as peaceful and comfortable as possible.
Christian -Dallas, TexasJanuary 11, 2021