Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Damien
8/15/2004 - 11/29/2019Damien aka "Fluffy Pants" was my best friend for the past 12 years. I adopted him as a kitten when I was a 23 year old second year law student. He had a beautiful, fluffy coat and a mane that made him look like a little lion. He was a cuddle bug who would follow me around the house and sit on me and purr whenever possible. In his prime, he loved to be brushed, play with his toys and his "brother" Jinx. He would sleep right on my chest with his head near my chin almost every night. I miss that the most.
He lived with me in at least 5 different apartments over the years. Four years ago, we moved into our house and had our two daughters . To be honest, he wasn't a huge fan of the kiddos, but would begrudgingly let them pet him when he couldn't avoid it. He never swatted or hissed at them even though he probably wanted to. He was mostly calm and lazy but turned into a complete beast whenever it was time to cut his nails. We would have to wrap him in a towel and take one arm out at a time - even then it usually took multiple attempts to get the job done. One time when I took him to the vet for a check up, they asked if I wanted his nails cut and I warned them that he absolutely hated it. The vet tech looked at me and said not to worry because they do it all the time. He came back 15 minutes later and said it had taken 3 people to hold him down to do it. They never offered to cut his nails again.
My poor boy had lost a lot of weight and it became clear several months ago that he wasn't feeling well. The vet felt a mass in his abdomen and we confirmed that he had lymphoma. We gave him the best care we could until the end, when he just wasn't himself anymore and I knew his time had come. His loss have left a permanent hole in my heart. To say I miss him would be a huge understatement. He was my first baby and I loved him so dearly.
Jennifer GlanzbergOssining, New YorkDecember 1, 2019
Sara
2/21/2010 - 11/30/2019Oh Sara, how we love you. You have been our best friend for many many years. Your personality is unmatchable. You have helped my mother your 2 human sisters and we are all forever grateful for you. There will not be a day that goes by where we don’t think about you, our Queenie. You mean the world to us. We love you Bear Bear.Bonnie HartmanWillow grove, PennsylvaniaDecember 1, 2019
Raven
12/29/2006 - 11/25/2019DR SUE WAS SO NICE. I HAD LOST SHY (RAVEN'S SISTER FROM SAME LITTER) ON THE 6TH OF NOVEMBER. TO LOSE RAVEN THE SAME MONTH IS DEVASTATING. I AM SO GLAD THAT AGAIN I HAD LAP OF LOVE TO HELP ME THROUGH THIS. DR SUE WAS COMPASSIONATE AND JUST A BLESSING. FOR SHY I HAD DR CAROLINE. SHE WAS GREAT. DR SUE IS JUST THE SAME. THESE PEOPLE ARE A GOD SEND. THANK YOU SO MUCH.CHERYL CARPENTERCITRUS HEIGHTS, CaliforniaDecember 1, 2019
Markie
2/6/2006 - 5/11/2019Thank you to those at Lap of Love, who act like extended family, when we had to comfort our favorite Lab.Phoenix, ArizonaDecember 1, 2019
Orvis
7/15/2005 - 11/23/2019Orvis "Morvis", aka "Mighty Mo Mo"!!

You are the clown of our house. There was nothing too big or too small you wouldn't try to take on or do. When you came to our home you made our "pack" complete and from that moment the adventures, and laughs just got better and better. Losing both you and Wheaton, within two months of each other is an indescribable pain. Maybe you needed to be with Wheaton more than we could understand?

Mo Mo, I know you and Wheaton are chasing the birdies, squirrels, lizards and the BUG! Keep playing and having fun, until I hold you and your brother again.
Celebration, FloridaNovember 30, 2019
Skye
3/16/2011 - 11/29/2019To my adorable loving cat Skye. Your name Skye was selected because your eyes matched the most beautiful Blue Sky ever seen. Your personality matched that beauty and you are so terribly missed. I miss you cuddling with me on my office chair. I miss you cuddling in bed at night to watch TV with us. I miss you waiting patiently each morning to go out onto the Lanai that you loved spend your time. You brought such joy and happiness to this home and pray you found Grandma in heaven. You will never be forgotten sweetheart.

Thank you Dr. Megan for being with my family and helping us in the worst moment as we did not want Skye to suffer. Your an angel to our family.
Craig GoldsteinSpring Hill, FloridaNovember 30, 2019
Kisses Beautiful Clements
4/2/2001 - 11/2/2019You brought so much love and joy into our world these past 18.5 years. Kisses Beautiful Clements will forever be in all of the hearts of the lucky people that got to be part of her life.

Kisses spent her whole life being the one and only Princess in the house. From the moment Katelyn saw Kisses, they had a bond that couldn’t be broken. Everyone knew she was Katelyn’s cat/daughter and to not mess with her. They grew up together and loved taking naps. As Katelyn grew up, Kissie stayed by her side through all the ups and downs of life. Kissie was there every night on her pillow with a fluffy belly to cry on or with a paw to hold until they fell asleep.

Her Grandma, Rhonda, was always there to brush her and make her look pretty. Her Grandpa, Doug, provided her with her favorite belly rubs whenever she asked. Kissie loved to run from her Aunt, Lindsay, and left a scar down her leg to remind her to never pick her up again. Everyone that visited the house fell in love with her beautiful patterns and big green eyes.

We will forever remember the things she enjoyed the most like going outside to smell the fresh air and listen to birds, napping in the sunlight, watching football with Tyler, long belly rubs, and giving out kisses to those she loved.

Things will never be the same without you in our arms but you will always be in our hearts. I will miss you waking us up every morning to feed you, getting ready with me before work, and giving you all the kisses even if you didn’t want them. Thank you for making us smile everyday. We will love you forever Kissie.
Katelyn ClementsHanover, VA, VirginiaNovember 30, 2019
Cherry Pie
4/30/2002 - 11/25/2019Missing sweet Cherry Pie who loved baking in front of the fireplaceBarbara Herbel HendricksEnglewood, ColoradoNovember 30, 2019
Priscilla Carcaldi-walsh
8/6/1995 - 11/26/2019Priscilla, your leaving us has made us very sad but knowing you are out of pain and off playing around with other dogs up in Dog Heaven gives us some relief. Knowing you are in the company of your brother Drambouie and sisters Nanette and Phoebe makes us happy. you are at peace now and the 12yrs of memories will always be with us
Dr. Christine Haisfield made your venture on the Rainbow Bridge a peaceful journey....and daddy Tom and mommy Anthony are very grateful for her kindness and compassion.
Tom & Anthony Carcaldi-WalshWashington, District of ColumbiaNovember 29, 2019
Mister Darcy
12/30/2002 - 11/26/2019Making the choice to say goodbye to you was the most difficult and painful thing I have ever done in my life. But I knew I had to keep my promise to you: that I wouldn’t let you suffer or lose your dignity. I hope I did right by you. I wanted you to always feel happy, safe, and loved. And you were SO loved. I miss your warm fuzzy night cuddles. I miss your meow. I miss brushing you with your favorite brush and petting you and talking to you. Every night I miss how you would walk around the bed, talk to me, and finally purr us both to sleep, either pressed up on me, or curled up on your bed by my head. I don’t understand how it is possible that you are no longer in this world. I miss you every second.

In a world that can be cold, capricious, and sometimes unfair, you were a constant source of warmth, comfort, and joy.

You were so shy with people, yet you allowed me to see your true self - the one that was funny, brave, and talkative. Your “meow” sounded exactly like “wow”, hence your other name, Mister Wow. I called you my secret cat, because so few people were lucky enough to even see you, let alone know you and your unique personality. I am so honored that, out of all the people in the world, you chose me to entrust with your heart.

You were my companion and friend for 17 years. We lived so much life together, but it feels like a blink, and it would never have been long enough. I will always love and miss you, Mister. You were my handsome boy, and truly the best cat and friend anyone could ever have been lucky enough to know.
Tracey MiddlekauffPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaNovember 29, 2019