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2/1/2012 - 11/3/2019Our beloved Marley (aka "Snuggy Cat," aka "The Chonk," aka "Nugget") crossed over the rainbow bridge after a short and dramatic battle with chylous effusion. She was only 7 and far too young to go so soon, but we know she's in kitty heaven now, where the chicken-salmon are abundant and there are endless fields of nip and sunshine.Natalie GallagherAtlanta, GeorgiaNovember 12, 2019
Coby Ramsey
11/6/2006 - 11/10/2019In Loving Memory of Coby Ramsey

On behalf of my wife Danielle, daughters Reagan Faith & Shiloh Grace, and my son Thomas Ramsey IV we said goodbye to our dear Coby Ramsey on 11/10/19. Coby was a gift from God and throughout his 13 years he taught us how to love unconditionally. Coby's spirit was gentle and sweet and has brought us closer to family, friends, neighbors, and complete strangers throughout our journeys from Tamarac, FL to Phoenixville, Pa to San Jose, CA to Dallas, TX to Pompano Beach, FL.

Coby was preceded in death by his brother Magic Ramsey of Phoenixville, PA and half brother Prince Dingle of Omaha, NE. Coby loved the great outdoors especially the beach here in sunny South Florida.
Thomas RamseyPompano Beach, FloridaNovember 12, 2019
11/3/2019We hope heaven is filled with all the things you live, you were the best dog and added so much joy to our family 💕Michele FrancisFleming Island, FloridaNovember 12, 2019
11/3/2019We hope heaven is filled with all the things you live, you were the best dog and added so much joy to our family 💕Michele FrancisFleming Island, FloridaNovember 12, 2019
Brinks Broken Oaks Joseph
3/10/2007 - 11/10/2019Rest In peace my dear dog son. You have been such a blessing to our family. We will miss you always. I find comfort knowing that you are at piece, and we shall meet again. As I reflect on all the good times we've had together it brings me joy. You always brought comfort, security and unconditional love. The wave of heartache I feel ebbs and flows, along side knowing you are no longer in pain. You have given us so much, therefore with a heavy heart I release you from your post my dear boy your work is done but not forgotten Brinks Broken Oaks Joseph 3/10/07-11/10/19Jesse and Wendy WarnerCedar Park, TexasNovember 12, 2019
11/4/2019In loving memory of Madison "Maddy" Cobb. You my little love are very missed but it was time to allow you to not be in pain, not be tired all the time and be where you could run free. I could not allow me to keep you here just for me. You will be forever in my heart.Candace CobbTarpon Springs, FloridaNovember 12, 2019
11/15/2003 - 10/19/2019This has been the hardest 3 weeks with out you my beans. You gave me so much purpose and life. Our house is so empty without you. When I rescued you at the age of 16 years old, I never knew what a huge piece of my life you would be. From living in 7 houses with me, to relocating far from where you were raised. My heart is so empty without you, I second guess myself each day that I had you go to sleep too soon. I hope you are with Tootie and grandpa watching over me until we meet again. I had your shamey face tattooed on my arm yesterday. I never want to go a day without seeing you. Thank you for growing up with me, thank you for being my safety and for always giving me all your love. Following me in each room of the house, sleeping side by side with me. I hope grandpa knows you hate your nose being cold, and you only like nice comfy blankets and HATE your paws being touched. You are forever my soulmate and love of my life. My one special love that can never be filled or replaced.

You were such a aggressive puppy and hated the Gardner or mail man.. Made me laugh so hard to see your little white hairs pop up on your back when you would get mad or spooked. You were so beautiful, everywhere I took you people couldn't believe you were almost 16. I have all your toys I will forever keep in the pink hamper. Im sorry if I ever failed you or were too harsh with you when you were bad. I love you so much nonee. Everyone did. Mom, beege, Tim, even dumb Rafael cried when I told him you passed.

I hope you are not snarling at warm quesadillas when you are hungry and enjoying all the puparonies you can get.

I miss you so much. I look forward to the day I can kiss your mussy and smell your cootsie ears beans.

Momma loves forever bones.
Nichole MusicoFullerton, CaliforniaNovember 11, 2019
Sammy G. Davis, Jr.
9/24/2010 - 11/7/2019Sammy, I hope where you are there are plenty of scrambled eggs and bacon, turkey lunchmeat, cheeseburgers, cottage cheese and happy hours with cheese and crackers.
I hope you get a massage anytime you want it.
I hope you chase and catch all the lizards you want.
I hope your ears don’t turn inside out but stay floppy.
I hope you have a tennis ball in your mouth all the time.
I hope it never rains or thunders and there are never fireworks.
I hope you get lots of car rides; you are a great traveler.
I hope you will enjoy lots of naps all stretched out on your back with your legs in the air.
I hope every day feels just like the wonderful family vacation we had last week in South Carolina, fun times with mama, daddy, sister, Will and Rocky, great food and sunny, cool weather. We will be forever grateful for that time together.
I hope you find your brother from another mother, Rosko P. Davis, to play with.
Even though the sadness we feel is great, it in no way compares to the joy we have experienced having had our little buddy in our lives. You were the sweetest and best boy! We are so happy we have had the honor of your companionship in our lives these past two years. Mama Daddy love our Sammy Whammy!
Cindy DavisTampa, FloridaNovember 11, 2019
3/1/2019 - 11/11/2019Our sweet Jolie. We will miss your kisses whenever you saw us. We will miss your assistance in making the bed, a job you took very seriously. We will miss your sweet and kind spirit. We lost your daughter Furby in March and now we have lost you. It is so hard to say goodbye after all these years. We know you were sad when Furby passed as we were and things just weren't the same. Furby is waiting for you on the other side. We know she will now be with you always. We will miss you by our fireplace, aka the cat warmer and will think of you when it is on. As this was THE place to warm bellies and butts. We will miss you by our computer, always watching your dad work. You have been in our hearts and you will stay they as your memory will stay with us. Love is simple and pure and that is what you gave us everyday. We did our best to take care of you and so we had to say goodbye today. You left us with sadness but we have faith that you are with God now.
May the light of God illuminate you. May the presence of God surround you. May the power of God protect you. May the love of God enfold you now and forever, Amen.
Debbie Dutton-LambertMt. Healthy, Ohio, OhioNovember 11, 2019
Sadie Azul Ferry
10/27/2002 - 11/4/2019With a heavy heart, we had to say goodbye our Sadie baby last week.

I fell in love with Sadie the moment my family gave her to me as an early Christmas gift in 2002, and I have literally been infatuated with her every day since. By no means was Sadie an easy dog. Most people thought of Sadie as anxious and antisocial. If the cacophony of barking when entering my home didn’t scare people, then her signature sideways stare did. However, Sadie was the sweetest, most loving dog I have ever known. She was the ying to my yang, and her unconditional love and companionship filled my heart through the best and worst of times.

I will forever be grateful for my family’s support. To Allison and Joe for loving and caring for Sadie all those years we lived together. To Jake for winning Sadie over, adopting her, and falling in love with her. That Lulu’s first word was Sadie. That Sadie protected Lulu, and gracefully accepted the major downgrade in attention when she was born.

I will always remember how Sadie could gracefully soar through the air as she ran, how she jumped privacy fences from a seated position, those crystal blue eyes, her silky fur, that painted smile, the time she chewed through a door, her smile when she sunbathed, how beautiful she was, how she'd sometimes sleep like a person with her head on a pillow and blanket pulled up to her one moment she looked regal and the next like the goofiest dog in town. How she tolerated me dressing her up for pictures every birthday, Halloween and Christmas. Most of all, I will always remember how Sadie made our family complete and our hearts full. I will be forever grateful for having Sadie in my life…she was my first baby and my best friend.

Sadie, although you are gone, you will never be forgotten. I love you.
Katy FerryPaoli, PennsylvaniaNovember 11, 2019
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