Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
2/10/2009 - 11/27/2020Sasha bear you were one of a kind. We will forever miss you. You were one of the most gentle sweetest dogs. We were so lucky to have you in our lives. Our house feels so empty without you. Say hi to Fletcher, Tate & And Emma for us. I’m sure Tate was so happy to see you when you left us yesterday. Forever loved by your dad, mom, Drake & Liv.Christa HalepaskaCastle Rock, ColoradoNovember 28, 2020
6/1/2009 - 11/27/2020She loved fiercely and joyfully, and with her whole being.

She greeted old friends and new ones (as long as they were people and not dogs), with a full smile and exuberant tail, and sometimes a vigorous figure 8 run.

Strong, courageous, and fast as the wind on four legs (and almost that fast on three), her warrior heart and spirit fought on; she wanted to stay with her people and muscled through.

Roxy never met a rider mower or tiller she wouldn’t take on with gusto.

Harvester of cantaloupe from the garden and pears from the orchard, she enjoyed fruit and veggies and much more, and had a penchant for hoarding.

Though she wore the squinty-eyed guilty expression like a bad poker face, that never stopped her from getting into the garbage just about every chance she got.

Hunter of skunks and possums and chaser of deer and dogs and coyotes, she patrolled the border of her yard and beyond, making sure no one threatened us. Blazing through the radio fence, she loved walkabouts in the woods that kept us up like worried parents of teenagers out past curfew, but always returned home.

Smart and polite, her one-bark-and-wait was her doorbell ring. This she also employed at the neighbor’s fence when wanted a treat; she trained us all well.

She wanted to be where the people are, and was most happy when her family was outside on a warm day, ideally with company, and a lizard or two to hunt.

Roxy co-hosted Winter and Summer Solstice gatherings, and countless Fourth of July parties. I’ve never seen another dog so steadily look someone in the eye while being serenaded, nor one who enjoyed fireworks and parties so much. Roxy’s personality blurred the line between person and dog.

And because she loved so well, she was well loved by so many. She is etched in our hearts and souls, our one-and-only family dog. Our sunshine, our protector, our friend and beloved four-legged family member; may your next adventure be even bigger, and better. We love you always.
Amanda RocheNashville, TennesseeNovember 28, 2020
10/31/2020 - 11/24/2020Dear Rocky, Mommy misses you so much and while I may of rescued you, you rescued me more. I love you and until we meet again please take care of you fur siblings until I get there.Linda SchubelTampa, FloridaNovember 28, 2020
3/22/2007 - 11/27/2020Janet, you are gone from us much too soon. You were such a comfort and a delight during this terrible year that is 2020, and all the years that you were part of our family. We hoped to have a few more years with you but it wasn't meant to be. You were the smartest, kindest, most patient feline family member we have had, and yet you were also the embodiment of feistiness and independence that cat lovers characterize as "tortitude." You never tolerated being held or sitting on laps, but you were happy to sit next to us on the sofa or in the bed, for hours, occasionally warming your paws against us and always warming our hearts. We miss your tiny cheerful chirps and your big, brassy, demanding yowls you vocalized when someone was cooking or eating beef in your presence. The birds outside the window miss your bright eyes and gentle chattering. The house is too quiet without the sound of your toenails clicking as you walked down the hallway. We miss the alarm clock of your velvety paws running across our pillows as soon as the sun came up. We ate cheeseburgers while sitting on the sofa last night and were sad that you weren't here to yowl, make graceful leaps across our laps and demand your share of them. If there is a kitty heaven, may you have all the cheeseburgers your deserve there.Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaNovember 28, 2020
4/29/2003To my forever best friend whom always stayed loyal . there will never be a cat like you. You are one of a kind cat. I have. 18 years of memories with you. As well as your brother andrew jimmy matthew had. My heart is so broken i know you can never prepare for that day god takes you home . i tried everything in my power to keep you alive with me. But god knew better. He was the one in control. I will always love you. You were one special cat thats for sure. Not one day that ever went by that i did not talk or hold you. I will forever hold you in my heart . i love you sylvester and so did your brothers , kara, skyler , kyleigh life will never be the same. I love you until we meet again please watch over me your mother . you definitely are not replaceable.💙Tara HainesLancaster, PennsylvaniaNovember 27, 2020
Soup (souper Duper)
11/23/2020Your mom came to our house starving and and apparently pregnant. Soon after, my cats Luna Mae and Tater Tot sneaked her in the house through the cat door and she went upstairs in our beloved Anya’s bedroom and gave birth to you and your three siblings. You were the runt.
Through the weeks that passed, I noticed you had such a distinct personality. You always sat back and observed everything around you. You especially loved going outside and watching the birds, squirrels, frogs in the pool, lizards and butterflies. You were such a humble baby girl, always allowing your siblings to be first with everything, including daily lovings from me. Your were very whimsical and anytime, without fail, when I entered a room, you would cock your sweet head, roll over on your back and wait for me to rub and gently scratch your belly. I’m so glad I never missed an opportunity to do so! I will miss you dearly and so will your siblings Cheddar (Ched’s) and Cheesecake. Ched’s still looks for you. I will take care of your siblings. When our angel, Dr. Christina G, came and helped you to peacefully cross over to Heaven, you had a smile on your face during your last breath... which I instantly knew... you had just met our Anya, age 16. Now your together.
I thank God HE gave you to us. We will always love you ... our Souper Duper!
Tonya PleimannSugar Land, TexasNovember 27, 2020
3/21/2009 - 11/25/2020My baby girl!!! Your mommy loves you so deeply and her heart is so hurting right now!! I hope you are up there running and chasing your orange football and the squirrels and I hope somebody is driving you around in the car with your head hanging out the window like you love to do. I know you love to swim so I hope you’re in the biggest swimming pool in the world enjoying yourself.
And the biggest thing I hope for is that you are completely pain-free now!!
We will definitely meet again and you’ll be able to lick my face like you used to love to do all the time and mommy will kiss you on your nose like you loved!!
Felicia MartinAlburtis, PennsylvaniaNovember 27, 2020
4/23/2010 - 11/25/2020Caitlynn was the love of my life. Not a day went by that she didn't have me laughing at her fun loving ways. She was the best companion I could ever ask for and always my protector. She was my best friend for ten and a half years, and she was full of life and love. She will always have the number one place in my heart, and I know she is out of pain now, frolicking in heaven, chasing butterflies, and waiting for me to join her. Rest in peace my sweet sweet girl. I'll love you forever.Deanne MusterLODI, CaliforniaNovember 27, 2020
5/5/2003 - 11/13/2020Our beloved Hershey was a wonderful companion for nearly 18 years! We miss him dearly, reminded each day of how much he filled our lives with joy, from the pitter patter of his tiny feet on our tile floor, the warmth of his touch as he lay beside us in bed, his warm greetings to us as we returned home after being away, his loud purr as he relaxed for hours on our laps, to his gentle meow at 6:00am asking to be fed. Our dog, Sadie, seems sad also, often looking around the house for her furry playmate that she loved to chase.
I fondly recall the euphoric feeling (like “heaven” I used to say) of sitting in my recliner while petting our motorized li’l buddy for hours as he stretched out on my lap and his sister, Sadie, as she stretched out beside me on the floor. None of the world’s problems seemed to matter - - we all enjoyed the warmth and tranquility of those moments.
Hershey fought hard for a long time against several chronic diseases, never complaining or losing his ability to purr and share his love. We hope he feels our love and approves of our decision as he relaxes, purrs, and plays with his newfound furry friends on the rainbow bridge. We will join him there someday and walk across the bridge together. Until then, we hold a special place in our hearts for him and will continue to love and pet him through our memories of the wonderful times we had. Rest in Peace li’l man!

Hugs and Kisses,
Lew and Sharon
Lewis GoldfarbHilliard, OhioNovember 27, 2020
9/6/2008 - 11/13/2020Shane: I had the luxury of having you as a boisterous companion and Little Rob Roy, your best buddy for eight years, sure does miss you my friend. Rest in peace my big, bold blond; the house is so quiet without you. The three photos I picked to celebrate your life are: the first photo I ever took of you on the day I brought you home, the second photo is of you and your best buddy Roy, and the third is the bittersweet day I let you go.Fairfax, VirginiaNovember 27, 2020