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6/18/2010 - 7/9/2020Buddy gave us 10 years of pure kitty love and was one of the most affectionate cats I’ve ever known. Always wanting in your lap all the time, and wouldn’t be gentle about it either, but announced himself with a big jump. Our hearts are broken, but you will forever live in our memories💞💞Vicki DFleming Island, FloridaJuly 10, 2020
6/29/2013 - 7/9/2020Willow was such a sweet loving caring girl. She was loved by everyone she met especially her family. The 7 short years that she blessed our family were the best years. Willow was always quick to speak " I LOVE YOU" for a snack. And wad always ready to snuggle under the blankets with you. Willow was without a doubt the greatest mother hen you could ask for. She was always there for you when you needed her to be.
*Willow girl you will be missed dearly but in our hearts FOREVER! 💗 Rest easy girl and pain free! We love you!!
Tim Wildasin WildasinYork,Pa, PennsylvaniaJuly 10, 2020
8/25/2006 - 7/9/2020A loving, personable, caring, and loyal dog. She was beloved by her family and will be greatly missed.Drew GieseGilbert, MinnesotaJuly 10, 2020
Polar Bear
7/8/2009 - 6/29/2020Everyone should be blessed with a really loving dog in a lifetime. Polar Bear was that dog for me. I have never met a dog more motivated by love than him. Every morning when I got up, there he was looking around the corner to greet me. Every night being a night owl, he was the last head I kissed before I went to bed. He would wait for me to go to bed and rush to be by my side to make the trek upstairs at night.

Polar was the purest of souls. He never complained. He was never moody. He just wanted to be loved and to show love in return. He had nasal cancer and unfortunately died nine days shy of his 11th birthday. I know he was in pain at the end. I also know that he loved being a part of our family as much as we loved him being a part of our family. We will always miss him. We will always be grateful to have this beautiful soul in our home and in our hearts.
Suzanne SmithAurora, ColoradoJuly 10, 2020
4/1/2008 - 7/8/2020Kody aka “Shmoo” was the most gentle and kind soul that you could have ever met. She lived 12 long wonderful years with so much life that no one could forget a dog like her. Kody was such an intuitive and compassionate dog with such a calm and collect personality. Kody loved to eat. If food was a hobby, she would have taken first place at it. From table scraps to extra treats, Kody never missed out. Relaxing, getting loves, treats, and laying on a comfy bed is where you would find Kody in her spare time. She will be missed and loved everyday, and never forgotten. Until we meet again my sweet girl, be free and eat all the goodies you could ever imagine. Rest in paradise Shmoo, you were the best dog anyone could ask for!Alysia LovatoWest Jordan, UtahJuly 10, 2020
3/17/2008 - 7/6/2020Leo had soft eyes and grand paws that guided him through his adventurous, long life. He took his time when awake and ran wildly when dreaming.
He saved his enthusiasm for treats and the car which allowed us to do our favorite thing - be together through every adventure.
Emily BattsBailey, ColoradoJuly 9, 2020
9/17/2002 - 6/30/2020In memory of our amazing little warrior, Victoria. She was tiny, but ruled our household with an iron (if little) paw. She was extremely affectionate and cuddly, as long as everyone was doing exactly what they were supposed to, when they were supposed to. If either of us was sitting in the “wrong” spot (according to her), she would glare at us until we moved to where she always wanted us, then she would happily go from lap to lap, cuddling and purring. Our large male cat was always terrified of her and although he lived with us for the last 11 of her 17 years, she never forgave him for entering her home. Victoria loved our laps, she loved going out on the patio and sitting in the sun, and she loved her heated bed. Her last few years she was in renal failure so she slowed down a little, but never stopped chasing her feather toy (and then carrying it off in triumph, dragging it stick and all to her bed), and telling everyone what to do. Almost 18 years ago, she ran into our barn on a cold night, tiny, wet and scared. After several days of trying, we finally trapped her and brought her home, and I am so incredibly glad that she found us. I have had so many animals in my life, but never one with quite her personality. She was unique. She was loved. She is desperately missed.Chemyn & Steve ReaneyGrapevine, TexasJuly 9, 2020
9/17/2006 - 7/8/2020Our Sweet Harley Boy,

We are so grateful for the 14 years of joy and unconditional love you have given us. Your gentle soul touched everyone you met and you will always be a huge part of our family. You always gave the best hugs, especially when we were having a bad day. We will always remember your funny personality and how you made us laugh. You are the most human dog to ever walk this Earth, and will always be everyone's true best friend.

Run Free Harley Boy, we will miss you everyday.

Always our "best boy," we will love you forever.

Mom, Dad, Julia and Alyssa
Jason, Melanie, Julia and Alyssa FigarskyRocky Point, New YorkJuly 9, 2020
Maya Butters
2/4/2006 - 7/7/2019Today makes 1 year since I said good bye to my beautiful Maya. I am thankful for Lap of Love & their service for being there during this difficult time & making Maya's last day peaceful as it can be.

Not a day goes by when I don't think about Maya. Wishing I can kiss her big nose one more time, hug her tight, hear her famous howls and so much more. She truly was the best dog-child I had the pleasure of raising as my own.

RIP Maya 🌈❤️
Diana IzurietaWest Harrison, New YorkJuly 9, 2020
7/16/2007 - 7/5/2020When my husband and I first decided on getting a dog we drove hours to a farm somewhere in Pa to look at lab puppies. By the time we got there Buddy was the only one left. Buddy was the runt and we later found out partially blind in one eye. That didn’t stop Buddy. Buddy had the most rambunctious personality and was such a goofball. Always loyal and loving. Buddy moved with us to four different houses in his life and welcomed three human siblings home. He was the most patient loving dog who loved his tennis balls. We never realized just how loud he was until he was gone and we are missing him dearly. See you at the bridge boyNicole SimpsonPittsburgh, PennsylvaniaJuly 9, 2020
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