Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Maizy
05/01/2002 - 2/21/2017My Sweet Princess Maizy,
13 years was not enough with you, i would give anything for 13 more. Your absence has left a void that nothing can fill and i can't stop myself from still looking for you. You brought me so much joy and love. I know you're in a better place free from pain and suffering and I know i did what was the best decision for you. My sweet girl you were my everything, my child, my friend, the constant in my life for 13 years there for every up and down i had to endure. I don't know how I will do it without you. I will always keep you with me.
Brittany HumphreyApex, North CarolinaMarch 9, 2017
Sierra
12/20/2004 - 3/4/2017My sweet baby girl sierra you were so wonderful from our walks and car rides to eat vanilla ice cream and all your amazing tricks your sit pretty to you high fives and the joy you brought us all. Our world is now empty without you I am hoping your looking down on us from heaven and your up there jumping and playing and doing all the things you use to love to do . I a, so sorry we had to let you go because we sure were not ready sometimes I wonder if your mad at us or if you love us knowing we let you pass peacefully before you were in too much pain your little brother misses you so much and cries all the time for you and looks out the window hoping he will still see you coming home. We ,love you so much sweetie we hope you know that ❤️❤️❤️Danielle ZechmanLewisberry, PennsylvaniaMarch 9, 2017
Ringo
07/03/2003 - 03/05/2017To our very, very dear Ringo Dean, our precious gift from God, we all loved you so very much. Now our hearts are aching because we miss you terribly, especially Shadow. Your passing will bring us together to comfort Shadow and help him heal from the loss of his brother, his littermate, his constant companion and partner in crime <3 Thank you for your love, dedication and devotion to all of us. I know you lived to protect us and we loved you for that. Caring for you has been one of the most meaningful responsibilities of my life. We are all grateful to have had 13 1/2 years with you, years filled with love, laughter and craziness. I'm grateful that we were given so much time together after your diagnosis. Looking back at pictures and videos, we see that you had lots of good times, even through treatment. We hope you are with our loved ones and that you are watching over your brother, with Butterly Love. We love you Baby Butter. Until we meet again <3Linda VadenLisle, IllinoisMarch 8, 2017
Bowie
8/1/1999 - 3/6/2017Bowie, my dear friend and loving companion. I will miss you always, your love, affection, warm cuddles and loud singing meows. You have been with me through the best and worst of times, always a comforting presence. I wasn't ready to let you leave this world, but I knew it was time. You had grown so weak and you wouldn't touch your food anymore. But you were also a fighter and I could see that fire inside of you trying to keep carrying on despite how ill you had become. I knew it was time to let go my sweet angel. You will always be in my heart and the hearts of those who you always brought a smile to. I love you little buddy, rest in peace.Bellevue, WashingtonMarch 7, 2017
Mokai
6/1/2005 - 3/6/2017My dear sweet baby boy! You were the most intelligent, patient, loving dog I have ever owned! Your predecessor was just as sweet and lived to be 16 years old...I thought we would have at least that long, too! I never knew you were so sick! You rolled in the grass just yesterday evening, and did your usual dance to be let outside this morning. It was only when you refused bacon for the first time in your life, that I had a hint something was wrong with you. I doubt I will ever find such another beautiful soul to share my life.

The day I adopted you and took you home, we had that short walk out in the parking lot. You looked up at me, with that look on your face. It was like you were asking me, "Are you going to be my next mommy?" My heart always leapt whenever you showed that lovely expression. You KNEW me so well!! I loved you more than I can say...I hope I was a good mom to you. I can only hope and pray that God gives souls to such wonderful creatures like you...my life without you on Earth is too hard to imagine...to not ever see you again would be unfathomable. Where ever you are, I hope you are well and whole, safe and warm, and in the presence of eternal love. You deserve the best. Thank you for sharing my life...for putting up with me when I wasn't at my best...for showing me such unconditional love. I will miss you tremendously, my 'sugars'...my sweet, sweet baby boy!
Tina SchlaileFairfield, CaliforniaMarch 7, 2017
Sparky
6/24/2004 - 3/4/2017Words cannot express how much my little Sparky means to me. He would have been by my side 24 hours a day if he could, and he often was. I wouldn't have had it any other way. He liked to sleep at night on a little bed beside my bed. Every time I woke up at night, I would peek down to look at him and pet him. He never got up in the morning before I did, and he never went all the way downstairs before I was there. First, he would wait for me at the top of the stairs. Once I reached him, he would hop down to the first landing. As I started down the stairs, he would go down to the second landing and wait for me. When I got there he would go all the way down and then our next routine would start (morning bathroom break, a treat for being a good boy, and then breakfast awhile later). If I was home, he was right there with me. If there was any way I could take him with me when I left, I did and he loved to come along. We also did many special things together. He was an agility champion and a therapy dog. We hosted and attended dog parties for his agility buddies. We walked in two parades together. We took an overnight trip to Camp Dogwood. He was "my guy," but he also had a beautiful personality and many people loved him, even those who were not previously dog lovers. Even though I miss him terribly, our time together was priceless and it brings me comfort to know that he's not suffering. Now that he's gone, I can't help but reflect on what a great role model he was. If everybody lived like Sparky, the world would be such a happy place. Rest in peace, little buddy. I love you and can't wait to see you again one day! You are a special angel.Julie DonatelliPark Ridge, IllinoisMarch 7, 2017
Lucky
12/25/2000 - 2/21/2017My little Lucky, when you were a puppy, you shredded wallpaper and the lining under beds. You ate the fabric off of sofas and single-handedly chewed through a ton of underwear. You were also a pizza thief and a vacuum around the grill during summer cookouts. You were a staunch defender of our home, yet soft and tender like a plush animal. Your kryptonite was soft serve ice cream.....or any kind of ice cream for that matter and ate like a small horse. You were loving and faithful for 16 wonderful years. Thank you for every single moment. I love you and I miss you.Felipe FloresOxnard, CaliforniaMarch 7, 2017
Sophie
12/1/2004 - 3/5/2017Sophie was our sweet girl. She was the joy of our home and we loved her so much. From reading the paper on the front porch, have cocktails on the deck, working in the garden, or taking walks to the park, Sophie was with us. We would load her up in the car and take trips together which she loved. Memories must be at the forefront at his time because the sadness of losing her is still so fresh in our hearts.Kathy HoltAuburn, WashingtonMarch 6, 2017
Dreamy
11/15/1998 - 3/4/2017Dreamy has been my discernment,my companion,and my coparent.She's wept with me and for me.She could be supremely aggravating and amazingly gracious..She slipped through the bonds of human /pet connection and became part of the divine in a most profound way.
Eternally Grateful,
Nick
Nicholas EnoMansfield, TexasMarch 6, 2017
Bailey
4/1/2003 - 2/21/2017Ah, what a hard thing to do--write a memorial for my Bailey (BayBay, Bailey Girl, Baby Girl). You were absolutely the sweetest dog ever. You were so loving, gentle and sweet even when you were so sick. We had a birthday party for Lexi a few weeks before you left us. Even then, you were greeting everyone from the oldest to the youngest. You let the smallest of the crowd love on you and kiss you (with me watching closely to make sure she didn't lean on you too much). It was hard for me to let you go because the night before you gained your angel wings, you were still watching out the front window for your family to come home from work and greeting them at the door with tail wagging. You were still doing all the things that you normally did but I knew you were too sick to go on. I know you stayed with us for several days after you were gently helped to gain your wings. I could feel you. I was constantly looking around to see if you were there. Jake heard your collar jingling, Elaine heard you panting, Lexi heard your toenails on the floor and Scottie saw you in the playroom 2 days later under the dart board.
So sweet Bailey, it's now time for you to go find your buddies (Dixie, Sam and Gus) and run free and have fun. Your family will be okay and we are glad to know you are whole again and not suffering. Love you more than words can express. Mom
Barbara ThompsonEvans, GeorgiaMarch 6, 2017