Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
4/15/2002 - 12/30/2014Twirlie, you were one of a kind. I never thought I'd have a kitty like you, and I miss you terribly. Softest fur in the world, the most uncanny eye contact that looked right into my heart and soul, and the most distinct personality that I never stopped marveling over. In your entire life, a day did not go by that I didn't tell you I loved you, and that I didn't look at you and see you as completely adorable. There were times I had to stop myself from bothering you or disturbing you because when I looked at you, I always wanted to give you a hug. You were so easy to love. And it was so hard to let you go. You gave it your all, darling, even when the cancer was bringing you down, and let me tell you, if love could have saved you, you'd still be here with me. Loving you always, honey.Liz SladeConcord, MassachusettsJanuary 19, 2015
1/12/2015Viv, I will miss the porch time with you in summer, your kitty hugs at night and waking nose to nose with you in the morning. For over 17 years you were my beautiful little grumpy lady and bestest band cat. You will forever be missed.

Despite health issues, you were a bottomless cup of love and it was an honor to have you in our lives.

Adopted and rescued pets are truly special friends with infinite love. They give you their heart completely and steal your heart forever. Vivian dear, your candle will forever burn bright in my heart.
Peace little one.
Cat JarboeChicago, IllinoisJanuary 18, 2015
1/14/2015On 01-14-15 We lost a beautiful friend and family member. Our sweet German Shepherd. Roxy passed away at the early age of six years. She was the sweetest most energetic loving girl you could ever imagine. Playing Frisbee, jumping into the pond and playing ball in the house were some of the best times spent together, Always there when I came home from work, waiting to give her " Daddy Kisses" to me. I always knew that my family was safe with her in our home. There aren't enough words to describe the love and joy she gave us. My eyes tear up and my mind goes numb as I try to write this memorial to her. I guess that I should be happy for the time we had together and not regret the time lost. Roxy is still in my heart and will always be my baby who gave me my special "Daddy Kisses". Joel McCarthyJoel McCarthyLancaster, New YorkJanuary 18, 2015
Sadie Girl And Bailey Boy
1/17/2007 - 2/9/2014Wanted to light a candle for you my loves. Missing you today. You were a constant source of light and laughter.Debbie DavidsonHouston, TexasJanuary 17, 2015
4/17/2002 - 1/10/2015After being diagnosed with hemangiosarcoma on July 15, 2014, our baby boy, Jasper, was brought to the Rainbow Bridge on Saturday, January 10, 2015. His beautiful spirit passed quietly and peacefully at home with his mommy and daddy, his baby sister, Sophie, and his baby brother, Philippe, by his side.

Although the last 6 months have been very special as we walked with him on this difficult journey, we will always remember the fun and happy times we shared with him over the past 12 and a half years - swims at Round Valley Reservoir; hikes at Sourland Mountain, Hacklebarney, and Jockey Hollow; dog park visits to see his canine friends - especially Joey Hayes; and quiet times at home hanging out with his family.

We feel very lucky to have had Jasper in our lives during all those years. He was a fun playmate, a protective older brother, a loyal companion, an eager little helper, and a true best friend. His caring and compassionate soul and gregarious spirit are what made everyone love him.

Goodbye for now, baby boy. We ask that you always be with us in spirit until we meet again on the Rainbow Bridge. We love you with every beat of our hearts.
Annette and John SkiendzielHillsborough, New JerseyJanuary 15, 2015
6/30/2000 - 1/2/2015To my Ming my best boy and best friend for 14 1/2 years. You will live in my heart forever.Deborah Miner ReynoldsMaggie Valley, North CarolinaJanuary 15, 2015
6/16/2005 - 1/10/2015I loved Tini more than I even like most people. She did not live out her life as a pet, but as my best friend. She was my blonde sidekick, the life of every party, the best snoring sound machine, the cuddliest space heater. She loved elevator rides because she would just wait for someone to get in and pet her. She would seek out children to play with in the park. Long before I had a husband or child, she was by my side. The hopes I had for us to grow old together could not last. All parties must come to an end and hers was a truly great one.Linda MirelmanWinter Garden, FloridaJanuary 14, 2015
5/4/2001 - 1/13/2015To the most gentle giant I ever met. You were always there to lend and ear when I needed to talk. You were always there when I need someone to lean on. You were there for each and every member of our family. You never fused and never cried. You were strong and loving. Even though you had a hard life on the track you never let it show. I want to thank you for being a part of our family and most importantly for letting me know that it was time and that you were ready. I know that you are now running free and happy!!!! We will all miss you!
Love Always,
Denise, Dave, Nathan, Lydia, Laser, Nala, Penny, Stella and Lily and all the others you touch during you life here on earth...
denise kurtzReading, PennsylvaniaJanuary 14, 2015
4/1/2005 - 1/12/2015To My Beloved Fur-Ever Katy,
Even now though you’ve peacefully crossed over the Rainbow Bridge and I told you before you left, I want to tell you again how very much I’ve loved you and that you have carried off a piece of my heart with you. Since the day I found you at the shelter, you have been my spark, my confidante, my shadow. You were the most food driven labrador I’ve ever had and my kitchen counters were very clean because of you. Your consummation of pounds of See’s candy, gum or snacks from my purse and dinners on the table gone in an instant yielded no medical emergencies and earned you a “stomach of steel” award. Your acceptance and gentleness with children climbing all over you was heart melting. And gosh, how you loved our walks (you never did lower yourself to the whole chase/retrieve the tennis ball thing) and loved your swims at the ranch lake. You were a great surrogate mom to Riley and later, Harley (I even caught you playing with them once in awhile). Although your first year with us resulted in a lot of neighborhood retrievals because of your apparent need to take additional solo walks, you soon became the constant shadow of my steps, the constant friend at my feet...and the constant snoring log in our bed. I hold in my heart the faith that you and Riley have already reunited and someday you’ll come running to greet me with your knowing eyes and wagging tail. Aloha Oe my girl, until we meet again.
Dawn MahkornLake Forest, CaliforniaJanuary 14, 2015
7/19/2003 - 1/13/2015Puppy, you were my best friend. Your love always unconditional. I never cried alone you were always by my side thru thick and thin. I feel lost without your guidance, the way you inspired me has changed my life forever for the better. I love you with all my heart I hope you knew that and still do, till we meet again at the Rainbow bridge, see you soon my furry baby.Monica SidorukSt.Louis, MissouriJanuary 13, 2015