Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
6/2/2004 - 3/22/2020It’s been 2 days since we laid our sweet boy to rest. While I know our family is feeling his absence, we all know that he is now living pain free and running without fences. We love and miss you, baby.Tori SaylorBellevue, PennsylvaniaMarch 24, 2020
1/5/2005 - 3/20/2020Anyone who had the privilege to meet Phineas would tell you he was truly one-of-a-kind. He had a big personality and was not afraid to show it. Phineas was not friendly and was disgusted by all who came to visit, but to us, he was a snuggly lover. Nothing gave him more happiness than having our family home so he could curl up on our lap. The void he has left will never be filled, but we rest assured that he is no longer suffering.Sarah WoofterNaples, FloridaMarch 24, 2020
3/8/2020 - 3/21/2020Gretel is the BEST. DOG. EVER. No bark, no bite, ALL love. All she ever wanted was hugs, treats, and belly rubs. She was never the dog to play fetch or learn many tricks but she made up for that with her unbelievably sweet personality. She loved her mommy and followed her everywhere. She loved to try and get daddy’s attention whenever he was busy. She was good at making us sisters feel better when we were sad, and could always make all of us laugh with her goofy ways. She loved being outside, especially in the snow. She would always do this thing when we let her out where she would run and nose dive straight into the ground and then roll over and wiggle on her back until everyone came over for belly rubs. Potty time was always a family fun trip, she would wait for everyone to run to the door like it was the most fun thing on the planet. She had the prettiest fur and the biggest paws and it seemed as though she knew how gorgeous she was. She used to pose for pictures and would even look into the wind for dramatic effect and cross her paws like royalty. She loved when people would ooh and ah at her. She’d get so excited whenever someone made those noises whether it was about her or not (sweet princess thought anything cute had to be her). She was a true angel and she will always be the best dog ever!! We love you Gretel❤️Olivia MagueWaxhaw, North CarolinaMarch 24, 2020
2/14/2004 - 3/15/2020Nettie was the BEST! Always up for a walk, a game of fetch, or “hide and seek”. She was a friendly girl who spent our walks looking for others to join with. She was known for long walks and visits at “Fair Acres”. After she became deaf, she still understood “intention”. She was an angel on Earth, and we will miss her always.Kim and Rich CalhounMedia, PennsylvaniaMarch 23, 2020
1/4/2007 - 3/21/2020Words can't express the loss I feel without you here... Our family said goodbye to our beautiful Henry on Saturday. He was by far the most amazing creature I've ever encountered. He went by several names and was loved by many. Henry, Hendry (in your best Good Fellas voice), Hank, Stinky Dog, Threshold Dog, Potato, My Guardian Angel, My Shadow. He carried me through some of the darkest, most difficult times in my life. Always there, silent, stoic. His only request was a scoop of food and a scratch on the head. He loved his family unconditionally. Our home feels quieter, empty. My heart aches for more time with him, one more squeeze, one more snuggle. He was mine, and I was his.Jessica CronauerDowningtown, PennsylvaniaMarch 23, 2020
10/15/2006 - 3/22/2020Sadie you came to us as a surprise, you certainly took our hearts, so gentle,playful and such a energetic girl. We found your fun time swimming in the pool for hours on end having to get you to stop by taking away your favorite purple ball. Always ready for treats, and being mischievous with your brothers, they miss you already as do we. Much fun swimming, see your buddy Coco at the Rainbow Bridge. Protector of our house.Rebecca StaffordTAMPA, FloridaMarch 23, 2020
7/21/2012 - 3/14/2020It's been a week since Bella went on to greener pastures! I know she is up in heaven free of pain and able to run and play like she used to! We all adjusting to our new normal including her sister. Had to be the hardest process of watching her fade as the cancer took it's toll! She was so brave, braver then me. We were lucky to have her as part of our family and to have been part of her life! We love you so very much and miss you so very much my lummpy loo!Hilary LynchVillage of Golf, FloridaMarch 23, 2020
2/1/2019 - 3/15/2020Exactly one week ago, on March 15th, my family and I endured one of the greatest losses we’ve ever experienced. We had to make the difficult decision to relieve Bruno from his suffering. Bruno fought an exhausting battle with idiopathic epilepsy that was nearly impossible to get under control. After trying several variations of medications, spending long nights at the animal hospital, and watching Bruno suffer from countless violent seizures we knew it was time for Bruno to meet his Creator. Bruno was the most energetic, loving, and resilient dog, and it was an honor to call him family. Although he was big & strong, Bruno was such a gentle pup. Bruno’s quirkiness and facial expressions brought so much laughter and joy into our household. We all anticipated his excited face smooshed against the window overlooking the driveway every time we came home. If we couldn’t find Bruno, it never failed that he was outside chasing critters or in my bed sleeping on the pillow like the human that he was. Bruno’s time was too short on this earth, but he still managed to teach us so much. Bruno taught us what it means to be loved unconditionally & showed us what it looked like to persevere through suffering. Our home will never feel the same without him here, but we remain confident that we will see Bruno again. Thank you for all that you did for us Bru Bru- we love & miss you so much.
Mom, Dad, Alyssa, Natalie, Jordan, Cameron, Nick, Jasper & Zeus
Alyssa MartinezHolly Springs, North CarolinaMarch 22, 2020
6/22/2003 - 3/21/2020Jasmine has entered her eternal rest today, March 21, 2020 at 1:30pm. She passed peacefully at home surrounded by her family and kitty siblings.

Jasmine found her way into our hearts on February 24, 2004. Born in Mesa Arizona on June 22, 2003 to a nice foster family. We went to see about adopting her brother and almost left with him, when she came out of nowhere and gave us the sweetest meow hello. She was such a friendly and loving cat, we knew from that moment that she was the perfect addition to our family. Jasmine has been with us through many tough times. She always brought a spark of light to any situation. We will miss her “kitty hugs and “kitty kisses”. We know she is going to receive her much deserved “Kitty Angel Wings.”

Jasmine will be missed by many; Bonnie, her kitty sister, who despite the sister rivalry was always there by her side in troubled times. Sebastian, her kitty brother, who never missed a chance to tackle her like he was a 200lb line backer, and even though he knew he’d get batted in the head, he did it any way. Jasmine will also be missed by her human family: her momma Kristi, she was my best friend and faithful companion. Always by my side, or on my head which is where I found her quite often upon waking. Her daddy James, she loved to curl up with him and read a good book. She was also a great help paying the bills by showing daddy how to use a pen correctly. Her sister April, who despite the tension when growing up, became great friends. Jasmine found her way into the hearts of all that met her.

Jasmine will be missed and we will remember her beautiful eyes, her silly smile and her eager anticipation whenever the treat cabinet was opened. We will look for you daily: waiting to hear the patter of your paws, your snore when you were sleeping, and the scratch on the bathroom door, just because you had to be in there cause that’s were we where. You had a bounce in your step that will forever be etched in our hearts. We do not say goodbye only hello when we become a family again at the Rainbow Bridge.

You came into my life one day
So beautiful and smart,
My dear and sweet companion,
I loved you from the start.
Although we knew the time
would come
When we would have to part,
You’ll never be forgotten,
You left paw prints on my heart.
Kristi DeFalcoTroy, OhioMarch 22, 2020
5/26/2003 - 3/20/2020To our precious Bandit, You will never be forgotten, you brought us such joy in all the funny thing's you did. I know you will be with me on the car rides and walks we took everyday. You still will be our underwear bandit, in-door ball/stuff animal chaser. snuggler on the couch buddy. You were the last of the clan to pass on to heaven. I know you are having fun with Daisy, Sadie (your girlfriend) Scrappy, BJ and Buddy ( your cat partner) you all are forever in our hearts. You gave us 15 wonderful years. You were very brave in handling you illness's you occurred. Your a good boy to the end.Vera JohnsonFOREST LAKE, MinnesotaMarch 22, 2020