Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
4/24/2007 - 9/9/2020Our house is so empty without you Marx. We were lucky to have you for over 13 years and you will never be forgotten. Your love was unconditional and we miss you dearly. Until we meet again.....Debra HankinsLewisville, TexasSeptember 17, 2020
7/13/2011 - 9/15/2020Nina was the most loving sweetest baby dog even made best friends with the rescue kitten I brought home seven years ago. She was also so smart. We loved to balance treats on her nose and have her wait a few seconds before she'd toss them in the air and catch them in her mouth. My husband could also stack cheezits on her nose lol she was so good at listening. She was always by my side or under my legs in bed and made each day a little brighter. She loved getting in the pool and sitting on the first step when it was hot, laying in the sunbeams, and playing tug of war. Every time we would go in the backyard she'd bring us her rope. She was fiercely protective even when dad would tickle or play wrestle with me or the kids she would growl at him to make sure we were OK. When she was diagnosed with cancer she never let it stop her from showing us the same love and affection. She would still come sit at my feet at dinner time because she knew I would always share with her and she never stopped climbing the stairs to sleep with us at night. She could no longer jump on the bed but slept right next to me. She took part of me with her. I'm so grateful I got to be her dog mom.Lori AllenVacaville, CaliforniaSeptember 17, 2020
1/1/2002 - 9/16/2020In memory of Sam/Sammy Jo/ Sammy Jo Haggar/ Slam/ Slamboney/ Slamuel L. Jackson. The realest of real, the screaming mimi, the spindly leg praying mantis of crusty love. You were grumpy and particular, and we loved that about you. Your woman-like howls will ring true in our hearts forever. We loved you so big. We are so thankful for the time we got to have with you. Remi and Toby are already running amuck without you bossing them, and we are annoyed. Please haunt them. RIP Sam <3Sarah HickmanTulsa, OklahomaSeptember 17, 2020
Peepo Bermudez
7/5/2011 - 9/16/2020Born 07/05/2011 and went to heaven 09/16/2020 @ 7:23pm.

I never understood what a human went through when they lose a pet until today.

Loved, spoiled, jealous, and the need for attention are just a couple of words that come to mind when I think of him. Peepo was my baby, my beautiful baby boy. Truck rides, long walks, moms house, sisters house, and sometimes to work, he was always with me. If he wasn’t so big he would have been on the jetski with me every weekend too.

Peepo had an aggressive mast cell tumor growth that started in 2017. It was on his right hind leg and front left elbow. It grew soo fast that in early 2018 I had to have them surgically removed. 4 months later more mast cells popped up. Several on his chest and one back on his right hind leg. I had those removed in early 2019 Throughout all these surgeries he was such a strong dog, never complained. But more starting popping up. One in particular that was very aggressive, it went from his right hind leg to his abdomen. He went for surgery again in early 2020 which they removed the tumor from his chest and right hind leg. But this one tumor grew back faster and more aggressively, and it spread everywhere. This is where we lost the battle.

Peepo understood me. He was there for me during my rocky days and there for me through the great times. I could talk to him and I am convinced he would reply back in his gestures. Whether it was a head cock or a wag of the tail, he responded. Boy did he like to take up most of the bed, and snore at times. He was a great guard dog, companion, brother to my second dog, Papi (although they would have their crazy fights, as siblings tend to do), he was a dog with one true owner as he never really listened to what others would tell him, lol.

Do you wanna go for a walk? Do you wanna go outside? Do you wanna go for a ride? These were the questions he would really perk up to. Oh and also ‘Do you want a treat?’ Boy did he voice his excitement on those commands.
I am happy he knew how much I loved him, I will forever miss him. He was such a big part of my life and others life as well. Rest in Peace my beautiful baby boy.

“Having a dog will bless you with many of the happiest days of your life, and one of the worst.” -Unknown
Jose BermudezOrlando, FloridaSeptember 17, 2020
12/12/2009 - 9/16/2020Scout was a very intelligent cat who watched tv and often I would have him in my lap and I'd put a nature video on my computer. He would watch it intently sometimes reaching out to touch the screen of my laptop with his paw. If I was sitting down he wanted to be next to me. A light has gone out in my life. My other cat, Zorro is looking for his buddy. I am feeling this loss so deeply.Linda SackBradenton, FL, FloridaSeptember 17, 2020
2/14/2010 - 9/12/2020From the moment Chippy found us she brought joy and happiness into our lives. Her presence was always comforting. She was an exceptional cat who made us laugh, made us love . . . and now she makes us weep. Our hearts are broken, and we weep for the emptiness in our home. We know she had to leave this earth, but 10 years was not long enough to love her. We miss her loud purr, her playful, sweet demeanor — we miss everything about her, more than words can say. She’ll be in our memory and our hearts forever.Kurt & Rebecca LotspeichPalmetto, FloridaSeptember 17, 2020
1/10/2007 - 9/16/2020Bristol was the best companion to our family....she was the first and the last thing we saw each day being she snuggled at the foot of our bed. Life is not going to be the same without her in it....our hearts are broken and we cannot wait to see her again One day❤️ Thank you to Dr. Elizabeth for her compassion and respect for our fur baby. She definitely made a heart breaking event a little easier to deal with. RIP Bristol ...we love you and miss you!Tonya LatteriRiverview, FloridaSeptember 17, 2020
7/4/2001 - 9/4/2020We have had Tiger since he was a tiny kitten with “big” ears. We adopted him and his brother after they were found abandoned at a stop sign. Both of these cats have brought our family so much joy. Tiger loved to be taken for walks in our pet stroller. He loved treats and would beg for them. He cuddled a lot with his brother, Nacho. Nacho would often pick fights but Tiger would walk away and then cone back and give him kisses. My daughter would dress him in build-bear cloths...he never ever minded. He loved the attention.
We miss him terribly and so does his brother. We will always remember our special, sweet Tiger.
Tammy KowalikAkron, New YorkSeptember 16, 2020
Francesca (chessie)
3/3/2004 - 9/14/2020"Chessie" from the first glance, was, is and always will be the love of our lives. In the forty-five years of our marriage, Chessie was the only dog we've ever shared our lives with and now in our mid-seventies, she may prove to be the one and only.Charlie BolickPompano Beach, FloridaSeptember 16, 2020
10/11/2011 - 9/10/2020Daisy, we miss you every day. You were our shy little girl who almost no one got to know except us, and we had to work to get you to trust us, but how rewarding it was when you finally did! You were my funny little girl who sometimes let herself play and be kittenish, even as you grew older; it was somehow more fun and exciting when we caught you chasing your tail or racing around the house with zoomies or “killing” ponytail holders and bragging proudly about your catch, because so were so reserved normally. We and your sisters miss you dearly and know we’ll see you again on the other side. Save us a spot on the couch!Jodie HamiltonSaint Augustine, FloridaSeptember 16, 2020