Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Jazzy
2/1/2003 - 4/17/2021Jazzy, I miss you so much. The house feels empty, I keep looking to your favorite spots expecting to see you. Waiting for you to jump up on the coffee table and demand attention, rolling over to have your belly rubbed and calling out. I hope your in a better place.Patrick MoranHopatcong, New JerseyApril 18, 2021
Mascot
3/31/2009 - 4/17/2021Mascot, thank you for being such a good, kind soul to our family and everyone and everything you encountered (dogs, cats, chinchillas, rabbits, etc.). You were loved as much as you loved.Vince PallozziBelmont, NC, North CarolinaApril 18, 2021
Maggie
4/17/2021 - 4/17/2021Missing our sweet angel, Maggie. You brought so much joy to our lives and we love you so much.Tammy RuppCanton, MichiganApril 18, 2021
Nola
1/21/2004 - 4/16/2021Sweet Nola, you were the best mama cat EVER !
We miss your quiet caring nature so much.
Rudy and Sky wander the house looking for you.
Thank you for our early morning quiet times when you sat in my lap and allowed me to pet you.
Thank you for 17yrs of AWESOME.
May your soul reunite with Reese.
You will be remembered and loved forever.
Saundra YoungPERRYSBURG, OhioApril 18, 2021
Mackenzie
12/16/2003 - 4/13/2021Our Mackenzie
good--kind--peaceful--stout-hearted--true--gentle--wholesome--full--bright light--placid--joyous--little executive--
spunky--proud--faithful--sure--centered--intelligent--green eyes--calm--quiet--little explorer--pure--unadulterated
decent--comforting--quality--optimistic--enthusiastic--confident--steadfast--keen--alert--honorable--well-bred--relaxed
easy-going--sweet--happy--genuine--grace--simple--innocent
Paula Smith-VandersliceWashington, District of ColumbiaApril 18, 2021
Matzo Ball
7/14/2007 - 4/3/2021To my Matzo Ball, Matzo Man, my Bubba, Bubbas, Bubs,
Do you know how I know you were such a terrific, unique, and wonderful cat? Because everyone told me so. Obviously I knew it, but so did everyone who met you. You put people at ease in a sometimes very un-catlike manner. It's truly impressive how many lives you touched. We are all so lucky to have known you.
Thank you for putting up with the chaos that is my life. You could always make me smile, even in some of my lowest moments.

I am grateful for all the cuddles we had together, especially in that last week. I am grateful I was there with you in your final moments and could have you in your favorite spot, my lap. Saying goodbye to you was one of the hardest things I have ever had to do. Maybe the hardest. But I know you held on as long as you could. You gave us as much time as you possibly could and you trusted me to not let you suffer.

All my life, orange kitties have appeared. From notebooks in elementary school to quilts made for me in middle school, and even the Christmas stocking my mom made for me. All seemingly random.
I truly believe the universe knew we would find each other. Right when we needed each other most.

You were my first pet. My truest love. I am so proud to have been your mama. I know that wherever you might be now, you are being the big lover you are, spreading joy and warmth all around. There is a hole in my heart that will never be filled and I'm ok with that. I want to always remember the good times, to celebrate the exceptional life you had these past 4 1/2 years, and to maintain the memories of you, my first. I will continue to grieve while doing my best to share the love you so generously filled me with since that first day when you let me rub your belly.

You changed me. You made me a better person. When I didn't feel like I deserved your love, you gave it anyway, sometimes quite aggressively. Life is not and will not be the same without you. I love you so incredibly much. Thank you for being my Bubba. Thank you for loving me. Thank you for trusting me. Thank you for being so understanding. Thank you for being such a big ol' sweet, grumpy faced, lump of perfection. I am beyond grateful to have been a part of your life.

Feel free to come back and be my little spoon in my dreams anytime. You're always welcome.

Eternally grateful and full of love, your mama,
Carly
Carly HutchisonSeattle, WashingtonApril 17, 2021
Hazel
10/24/2017 - 4/12/2021Hazel, thank you for being a part of our lives and our family. I'm so sorry you went through what you did. We wish more than anything that you were still with us perfectly healthy. We will always remember you, we miss and love you so much.Susan GarrisPittsburgh, PennsylvaniaApril 17, 2021
Pino Ryley
5/23/2010 - 4/16/2021Our tiny house feels big and empty without you, Bubba, but we know in our hearts that we made the best choice in letting you go peacefully. Thank you for the unconditional love these past almost-11 years.
You are a part of us always!
Jenny & Walt RyleyToledo, OhioApril 17, 2021
Lily Lane
6/21/2010 - 3/29/2021Our little girl left us too soon , the victim of cancer and kidney disease. She is and will be greatly missed. The house is way too quiet now. But as with all things like this, the pain will lessen but will never go away entirely.

Thank you God for bringing her into our lives. She was a joy to take care of and she gave us unconditional love in return. Our lives have been enriched by her presence.
George LaneHigh Point, North CarolinaApril 17, 2021
Harold
5/18/2012 - 3/7/2021Love you dearly, Harold. We did not get the full time with you we wanted; you'd worked so hard to come from being a feral cat to the loving guy you are and with just a few more months we'd have had you out and playing with your sisters. We do love our Gray Cat a lot and we are grateful we got the chance to teach you to play with the laser, the string, and the paper balls.

We miss you guy; it breaks our hearts we did not get our full time in this world with you. We pray that you are with Elvis, Tomo, Scandal, and Zadi and that one day we'll all be together again. You are a tough guy, you lived through inujries that would have killed lesser cats, you overcame your fear of people, and for at least a little while we were able to give you a good life. We'd do it again in a heartbeat for you, guy.
David TovreaLake Stevens, WashingtonApril 17, 2021