Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
5/12/2015Oh my sweet boy - I can't believe a week has passed already since I let you go. I still can't fathom never hearing your special (non) meow again. I know I will love another pet again someday but you were SO wonderful I just can't imagine any being able to compare to you. I hope you met up with Thumpy at the rainbow bridge. He can be your big brother now. Todd and I will miss you forever - our first "child', our kitty kat, our Mackie. Love you my baby.Costa Mesa, CaliforniaMay 20, 2015
4/15/2015Our lives will never be the same without our little Crookshanks (and Dobby, who we lost just a year ago). We know they are back together basking in the sun in a soft warm place. We miss them terribly but are grateful for the 13 and 14 years we were so blessed to share with them. They brought such love and happiness to our lives that we will always remember and celebrate.Dana JanesBakersfield, CaliforniaMay 19, 2015
2/14/2010 - 5/15/2015Abbey lit up a room. There was not a person that she met, that she did not impact in some way. All she ever wanted was to be loved and be around her "people". Recently diagnosed with cancer, she rallied and was my co-pilot on a move from California to Massachusetts. She never whined or complained once! Her final days were spent with my 3 year niece on walks and hiking around cape cod.
I do believe she was my soul dog and we will be together again some day! Abbey I will miss you every day for the rest of my life - you were taken too soon!
Rita MarcinkiewiczMashpee, MassachusettsMay 19, 2015
2/18/2002 - 5/13/2015To my sweet Yoda ~ I never truly knew what it meant to have a huge piece of my heart taken until I had to set you free. From day one you were "my boy" ~ Momma's boy & I miss you terribly. You were special in so many ways. I feel lost without you & look forward to seeing & holding you again one day.
"Tell me when, the time we had slipped away; Tomorrow turned to yesterday, & I don't know how"
"Tell me how, to stop this river of tears; It's been building up for years, for this moment now"
"Here I stand, arms open wide; I held you close, kept you safe, till you could fly"
"Tell me where, the road ahead is gonna bend, & how to harness up the wind, & how to say goodbye"
Patty LaQuayMonroe, North CarolinaMay 19, 2015
2/2/2002 - 5/12/2015Kobe, you stole our hearts. We loved you so much and you gave all your love to us to keep and to help you cross over on May 12th 2015.
All your friends in the neighborhood are sharing our grief and missing you so...We are still going on "walkies" and know that you are walking with us, free of pain and watching over us. You will always be in our hearts till we meet again on the bridge, bye baby lots of love from Alan Gary and your mom Norma xxxx
Norma HallSimi Valley, CaliforniaMay 19, 2015
1/27/2015 - 5/9/2015Mutlee was our best friend and he loved his family unconditionally, especially Suzanne (received the dog as a surprise for her 40th Bday) - it is with great sadness we had to let him go and the beauty is our dogs tell us when they are ready to cross over rainbow bridge, as was in this case. To spend the final hours at Mutlee's side was a great thing for us to experience. Hard yes, but to send him off while in our arms what a gift. Our hearts are heavy and we will miss our family member but will remember him each day. Thank you Mutlee for your companionship for all these years- we love you
Joe and Suzanne
joe and suzanne staleywinter garden, FloridaMay 18, 2015
7/13/1998 - 5/19/2015Madi was a truly amazing companion. She loved us as we loved her unconditionally. Dr. Cindi was wonderful and compassionate. So helpful and our Madi went peacefully. We are so heartbroken and sad and keep seeing her everywhere. My heart hurts but know Madi is at peace now.Jackie bungarzHamburg, PennsylvaniaMay 18, 2015
3/1/2004 - 4/9/2015To my sweet boy - it's been over a month since we said goodbye and it still hurts like it was just yesterday. Thank you for all the unconditional love you gave us. You were such a good boy - so gentle and a big love bug. We were blessed to have you in our lives for eleven years. I know you are now free out playing and the running in the fields no longer in pain since you crossed over the rainbow bridge. Our home feels empty now when I come home and it's only the girls. Buddy leaves behind three sisters Brea & Naylow (also boxers) and Maggie (Umbrella Cockatoo). We all miss you and love you. You have left your paw prints forever in our hearts. Love - Mom, Dad, Brea, Naylow & Maggie.Tammy & Roger WeidnerGardners, PennsylvaniaMay 18, 2015
10/7/2001 - 5/7/2015Thank you, Mitzi, for being the sweetest girl, and for bringing so much joy to our family. You were always so loving and patient, and were always with me and ready to jump up onto my lap or be in the middle of whatever I was doing. When Summer was younger, you and your sister, Ginger, had great fun with her and she wrote stories and drew pictures about you girls. I wish you had not become so sick, but you handled it bravely and you were strong right up until the end. You were a trooper. I love you, Mitzi, and I miss you. You are in our hearts forever.Alison LileckKutztown, PennsylvaniaMay 18, 2015
12/1/2003 - 5/12/2015My darling girl. Gabi came into my life and made everything better. She was my first cat- the first cat who was entirely mine and mine alone. We chose each other and I took care of her even when taking care of her was traumatic for both of us. She loved open windows, tomato sauce, herbed turkey and sitting right in my husband's face. I will miss her sparkle ball delivery and her twining her tail around my shins while she tap danced next to me. She was my girl. A blessing and a gift for all of her too few years. I will miss her forever.Dana MadoniaChicago, IllinoisMay 17, 2015