Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Sissy
5/1/3003 - 4/5/2021Sometimes we hear from those who adopt feral and abandoned animals that they sense their gratitude. I definitely sensed that in Sissy. She was very happy to have a home at last. The wildness was just below the surface but the sweetness predominated. She loved a schedule she could depend on. She had an amazing internal clock. She a long life of 18 years and as I've recently learned, a remarkably long life for a previous feral. I miss her greatly, I'm indebted to the wonderful, kind, compassionate care provided by our Lap of Love vet Amanda Gordon.Dorothy HawkinsonVancouver, WashingtonApril 8, 2021
Madison
6/8/2008 - 4/6/2021Madison was our big girl. We found her at the pound at 4 months old because she was black and a golden doodle. The breeder didn't want her because of this. We just happen to stop in that day and we went home. I thought about this poor girl and went back the next day and brought her home. Best decision we ever made. She was the smartest, most lovable dog you would ever want. She grew to 85 pounds. She came in with her sisters and loved everyone. She traveled everywhere with us. She loved the mountains and the colder it was the more she liked it. The Florida heat was hot, so we made sure she stayed inside. She would talk to you, always wanted to be loved on. She could catch a rope you throw in the air and never miss a beat. She will truly be missed. Fly high Big Girl, it broke my heart to have to put you down, but your hips just couldn't handle it anymore. You never complained, wined, or cried. You tried your best to hang in there but I knew the time was now. I love you and you will be missed. Ruby is now all alone except for me. Her sisters are all gone and her Dad. Go find your Dad, I am sure he was so glad to see you. Love you Big GirlSusan ArnoldSaint Augustine, FloridaApril 8, 2021
Pistachio
3/22/2003 - 4/6/2021Pistachio, my Sweet Pea who turned 18 last month, joined his brother, Chewy, in heaven on Tuesday afternoon. Thanks to Dr. Shannon, Pistachio passed away peacefully in my lap. He was the sweetest, smartest, most precious, most beautiful, and the best kitty cat in the entire world, as I would tell him frequently. He loved to cuddle with me and especially enjoyed warm summer days napping on the porch and watching deer in the yard. I miss him so much, and I’m glad he wasn’t sick too long. Rest In Peace, my precious Pistachio Kitty Cat, and have fun with your brother. 💔❤️💔Mary PaulTitusville, New JerseyApril 8, 2021
Max
12/14/2021 - 4/7/2021My buddy Max. We always knew this day would come, but no one ever wants it to. You were such a great boy and you made everyone love you. We tried to keep you best interest in heart when making the tough decision. Unfortunately, life got harder on you and we felt you would be happier with your other brothers that you’ve lost along the way. So for now it’s goodbye and remember I will always love, miss and be thinking about you.Karen SadzinskiDunedin, FloridaApril 8, 2021
Ava
8/1/2009 - 4/7/2021AvaMike SlawnikowskiShorewood, WisconsinApril 8, 2021
Hunter Queener
5/17/2011 - 4/7/2021Hunter was one of a kind He had the craziest personality and he was addicted to the craziest Things And I miss this so much my house is so empty and lonely without him but he was the best dog ever and he knows he was loved he was spoiled we did so much for him everything we could we love you buddy you will always be in our hearts mommy loves you forever and ever💔😢Dawn QueenerRoseville mi., MichiganApril 8, 2021
Nikko
4/14/2007 - 4/5/2021My Sweet Nikko (Nikky), my heart is shattered. Your love, loyalty, & companionship was the one constant in my life. No matter what life threw our way, as long as we were together...at the end of the day...we were ok. I will NEVER forget you loving stare, and I will Always miss seeing you sitting there waiting when I open a door.. I love you as much as you love me, which is why I couldn't see you uncomfortable & in pain. Though, it shattered my heart into a million pieces, You my Sweet angel must Always come first. The way you stared into my eyes until your last breath is imprinted in my soul. Thank you, so very much for being my one & only true friend. Your love was pure & unconditional, as was mine for you.The void you left in my heart...In my life is immeasurable. Forever, I'll love & miss you...You play with Gigi & Daisy Until we're together again. I'll love & miss you always.Ana D'AngiolellaHialeah, FloridaApril 8, 2021
Prince Caspian
2/8/2005 - 4/6/2021Caspian was a handful when we adopted him at only eight weeks. What a character! Part Greyhound and part Yellow Lab, he was full of energy and curiosity, so he gave us plenty of fun challenges. He never tired of running, getting hugs, or scratches, even when he became an elderly dog. He was God's wonderful, loving creation sent to us and we are grateful he spent his life with us.Stephen and Cynthia StaffordWESTFIELD, IndianaApril 8, 2021
Maggie Smith
1/18/2006 - 4/6/2021On Tuesday, April 6 we had a vet come into our home so Maggie could go to sleep in her mom’s arms and then take her very last breath laying on her favorite bed in our living room while surrounded by her human and furry family. She crossed over the Rainbow Bridge peacefully where we will see her again some day.

Right now, my heart is shattered. Even though she was over fifteen years old, I still thought we had at least another year (or a few more) left. I can’t put into words how much Maggie has meant to me and taught me over the years. Especially this last year. I was able to work from home with Maggie almost every day which was the biggest blessing I could have ever wished for. She needed a lot of meds and eye drops every day and bc of Covid I was able to give them to her. I’m forever grateful for that.

I miss you so much, Maggie. I see you everywhere in the house - the puppy pads that we had all over, the carpet shampooer always on standby, your bed right next to my bed, the cubes of ham in the fridge I cut up to hide your pills in, the six prescription eye drops you were on, the five medications that you took (that I had to put in a pill organizer to keep straight), your new arthritis chews (bc you decided the old ones weren’t tasty enough anymore.) If love could have given you more years you would have lived forever. We are going to miss you barking the longest out of all of the dogs. And watching you walk down the hallway to bed each night with your cute little mafia dog trot. We love you so much, Maggie. We will miss you every day of the rest of our lives.
Michelle SmithGrand Rapids, MichiganApril 8, 2021
Issue
6/16/2004 - 4/6/2021To my Best-friend, I know you are in a better place but that does not make things any easier. I think the hardest part is learning to live my life without you physically here. I have no idea what my life was like before you because I was only 4 years old when i got you. You were my light in my dark days and my parade during my happy days. Nights are the hardest especially knowing I wont have you to take out at midnight or snuggle up with makes me sadder then I am willing to admit but I know you are living your best life with your Best-friend blue and you two are watching over us. you are and always will be the best boy I could have ever had. It was such an honor to be apart of your life. till we meet again my dear Best friend I love you infinity.Brianna FranklinColumbus, OhioApril 8, 2021