Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Shasta Rose
6/1/2002 - 3/16/2020Shasta Rose was everything you could want in a cat. She was a beautiful little girl, and also smart, funny, and loving. I had her for the last ten years of her life, after a friend rescued her from a bad situation. I would say to her, “I’m so happy that you came to live with us, Shasta Rose. Thank you for coming to live with us.” I love her so much and will miss her for the rest of my life.

I am an older person, and I worried a lot about my cat. What if my husband and I both died and left her alone? What if somebody broke into the house? What would happen to her? Would she run out in a panic and be lost? I have prayed regularly that I outlive my cat and am able to take care of her to the end of her life. While I have been mourning the loss of her, I realize that God in his great mercy did answer my prayers, and I was able to do the best things for Shasta Rose right along, including giving her a peaceful ending here at home where she felt safe.
McMurray, PennsylvaniaMarch 17, 2020
5/21/2009 - 3/16/2020We would miss him forever, our big baby, always watching and bringing love.Barbara GNaples, FloridaMarch 17, 2020
5/15/2005 - 3/13/2020Mia was more than a loyal best friend; she was a kind-hearted, energetic free spirit, a therapist, a teacher, a blanket hog, frisbee chaser and non-stop toy squeaker. Mia had a smile that would melt the hearts of many. She had her share of medical issues and it breaks my heart we couldn't overcome this one too. Mia been a strong fighter her whole life and even in the painful end with cancer slowly taking her from us, Mia remained that same trooper. I was blessed to share almost 15 years in her company, creating wonderful, lasting memories that will forever be held close in my heart.

"How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard." -Winnie-the-Pooh
Lindsie BakerLynnwood, WashingtonMarch 17, 2020
3/1/2011 - 3/14/2020Ariel was a beautiful dog whom endured so much within the first few years of her life. Ariel was a rescue but what she didn't realize is she rescued us. She is survived by her human mom and dad and her fur brother Maxie. Ariel was so grateful for her second chance at life. No matter what she endured in her past, she did not let it define who she was. Ariel was a nurturing soul, loving and extremely funny. She was truly a DIVA, watch out, Beyonce, lmao. Ariel was spoiled and her last few years were filled with a trip to Disney World, relaxing at a beach in Florida, going hiking and frequenting Morris Animal Inn where she was so adored and loved. We are going to miss this beautiful girl but we know she is in a better place where she can watch over all of us. Until we meet again at the Rainbow Bridge baby girl, we will ALWAYS love you. R. I. P. ArielLiz & Max B.Northwest, New JerseyMarch 17, 2020
4/5/2006 - 3/15/2020Kahlua April 5 2006- March 15, 2020
Our bond was strong, our time was precious, and thoughts of her sweet face will always bring a smile to my face.
Who would of thought of the impact this sweet soul would have on my life. I met Kahlua when I was in college. I had just turned 19, I was a confused teenager looking for a ferret, but instead I found this 13 week old pup in a shelter, seating terrified waiting to be adopted. She had these soulful deep brown eyes, the kind that make you fall in love in an instant, the kind of eyes that spoke to me. How blessed I was to have such a wonderful companion who was with me through college, all of my 20’s, my breakups, all my moves, and into my 30’s. She loved me with unconditional adoration, the kind I have never gotten from a human. She was my family, she made my home wherever we went, she never let me be depressed, she was my reason to get out of bed to take her for a walk. She was smart, gentle with kids, very pretty, the kind of pretty that made people stop to give her compliments. One touch, a kiss, or just my presence was all she needed for a lifetime of unwavering commitment. I laid next to Kahlua at the park and held her one last time while she went onto a peaceful sleep. all those special memories we shared. I am grateful and thankful that our lives merged and we were able to have such a special bond. I will miss her terribly.
Call it fate or call it luck, but she was meant to be my dog! Rest pain free my sweet darling
Andrea CarbonellDenver, ColoradoMarch 17, 2020
2/5/2006 - 3/14/2020In loving memory of our Sadie girl. She will always be in our hearts and memories. Sadie was a family member more than a pet!!
Sadie you will be missed. We love you girl.
Marcy BurnsPlum borough, PennsylvaniaMarch 17, 2020
7/15/2020 - 3/15/2020Born to rule mini schnauzers and hearts of all she knew, Happy dog was as sweet and intuitive a Queen there ever was.Kate BlameyAumsville, OregonMarch 16, 2020
9/12/2005 - 3/14/2020On Saturday, March 14th at 6:13 pm, ‘Uncle’ Rocky took his last breath. It was a beautiful, yet heartbreaking moment, filled with snuggles, kisses, and “I love yous”, as we listened to Israel Kamakawio’ole sing Somewhere Over the Rainbow. He passed peacefully surrounded by his mom, dad, and ‘sissy’.

Thank you Rocky... For being my snuggle buddy, for healing my broken heart when nothing else could, for always being dad’s best friend, and always being mommy’s loyal companion. You were Jackson’s best buddy, Bennett’s gentle ‘nanny’, and the best fur-brother a girl could have asked for.

‘Sissy’ will miss you so much. I’ll miss how vocal you got whenever we would go to leave the house and how you always wanted to play “pull”, even though you could nearly rip my shoulder socket out because you were so big and so strong. I will miss asking, “Where is Rocky” while we ate dinner, only for you to rest your head on my thigh. You were always ready to catch a piece of food from my plate.

You gave us so much more than we could ever give you. Your love for your family was endless. You were my gentle giant.

I will miss you forever and love you always. My heart is broken.

See you on the other side my sweet boy.

September 12, 2005 - March 14, 2020
Tammi KramerPittsburgh, PennsylvaniaMarch 16, 2020
3/22/2009 - 3/15/2020London lived a long and happy 10 years. He finally lost his battle to Kidney Disease and Heart Murmur on Sunday. He died in my arms, laying on the couch. His little head was in my hand, looking me in the eyes. I was telling him how much I love him, thanked him and at the end he howled at me. I like to believe at that moment he said I love you, thank you for everything but I need to rest. I know he’s watching me from above and he will always have my heart with him. Not a day will go by where I don’t think of him, miss him and tell him I love him.Lacey GrindstaffAshburn, VirginiaMarch 16, 2020
9/1/2007 - 3/5/2020Spencer was such a sweet little guy. I nicknamed him “baby dog”... he was sweet to every human! He was mainly a ‘couch potato’ ... He wasn’t a fan of long walks. But just a gentle, quiet companion.Alexandra Van HornBoca Raton, FloridaMarch 16, 2020