MY PET MEMORIAL
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Desi was a yellow lab that brought so much happiness to my life. She was truly my best friend and I loved her so much! She had been through so much throughout her life, originally she belonged to my brother who passed away four years ago suddenly, she then had to move to my parents home, where she brought so much love to the home and brightened their days. When I would visit them, I couldn’t wait to see her and play with her, she made me so happy. Unfortunately, my dad had passed away last year, and poor Desi had to move yet again with my mom to my home to live with my husband and I. Desi brought smiles to all of us through all the sorrow we had endured the past few years. When I felt sad, she would lift my spirit and make me happy. I loved our walks or just sitting outside just watching the people go by. She was my best friend and will forever be in my heart until we meet again.
Love always your family,
Andrea, Peter & Elfi
Snowball, It’s been a week since you left me and each day is only getting harder and harder. I never thought I would ever be in this much pain. You were the light and biggest joy in my life. You were my best friend and I would give up MY ENTIRE LIFE just to hold you and listen to you squeak one last time. I’m still trying to make sense of this and I just can’t seem to grasp my hands around the fact that you are no longer with me. My heart is killing me Ball Ball. Please watch over me and please send me some signs to let me know that you are okay and happy up over the Rainbow Bridge! I love you my sweet baby!
Love Always, Mommy xoxox
Jeb was a big black beautiful lab that filled my life with love. He was my constant companion for 8 years, 4 months and 3 days. He saw me through many trials and tribulations. We shared lots of life changes. He was taken by an aggressive form of cancer and never stood a chance. He was brave and strong up to the end. His fierce and powerful spirit still lingers with me. Fly my baby, fly to the heavens and wait for me there by the bridge. I love you so much. Thank you for giving me the best years of your life.
I adopted Snowball from Pet Smart when her previous family got up and moved and decided to dump her off there like she wasn’t anything. Snowball was 3 years old and she lit up the lives of our family. I love you so much my beautiful little fur angel. Save a spot over the rainbow bridge for us😥💔🌈
Cheech has been my best friend and longest relationship since 2003. In my darkest days, he could always bring a smile to my face and warmness to my heart. The world, especially mine, won’t be the same without him. RIP Cheechie Man
Dreamer was the best dog you could ask for. Never barked, extremely friendly, everyone fell in love with her fast. She lived a long life, and was surrounded by many who loved her. Benny and Brandy the cats, and Max, the scrambuctious pup that came into the picture when she was 10 years old. Dreamer would have been 14 this year, and up until her last breath was surrounded by Sharon, Brian, and Amber – her girl. She finished off life with one last bowl of peanut butter.
My Bella was only 8 weeks old,1.6 pounds, and there wasn’t a collar made that fit her when I got her. She was a housewarming gift, and I feel instantly in love with her. Sadly, she was only mine for 4 days before I discovered she was suffering from mega esophagus. My heart is broken knowing I’ll never get to see her grown up, I had so many plans for us! It was an honor getting to be her mommy, however short our time was, I wanted her last days to be loved filled, and they were. She was the most precious little angel I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing/owning, and I will miss you every day, forever. The photo I chose was one of her at her very last vet visit. She had just discovered how to swing he back legs forward and stick them in her mouth to teethe on.
You were the sweetest kitty in the entire world! Since the day I go you, you’d slept with me every night. Now you will be watching over me as I sleep. Your Mommy and Daddy will miss all of our ‘Vita Burger, Daddy!’ moments, and how you’d jump up on the sink to drink
water. We will miss how you tripped us every time we walked through the front door. And we will never forget how you jumped like a great white shark when someone had plastic to try and steal it. We will miss your chirps around the house and that beautiful face of yours. You truly were the most perfect kitty in the world. You may not be here physically, but you are always in our hearts. Letting you go was the hardest thing we have ever had to do. You are my greatest love and my worst heartbreak. Please watch over your brothers and sisters from up in Kitty Heaven. I know you’ll be loved up there too. Forever and always with love, Mommy and Daddy.
We love & miss you so very much Brandy girl. As much as we didn’t want to say good bye we knew in our hearts it was the right decision for you. Thank.you for giving me the the signs these last few days. I now know it’s you & you made it to Rainbow Bridge & our with Jasper & Sasha. It gives me peace knowing you are ok, happy, healthy, & that we will be together again some day. We love you so very much & thanks for always making me smile each & everyday. So many wonderful memories I will hold in my heart forever. ❤️ Love always your family,
Mom, Dad, Kelly, Brian, Kerry, & Spooky
It has been one year that I had to say good bye to you. It has been the toughest year of my life. You were my first baby I have had you before my own children where born. I still can not believe it has been 1 year without you. I miss you so much. Your bed is still laying down in case you came for a visit. I miss you so much Elvis you where and are my best friend. I know you are with me I miss and love you so much. We will be together again one day but for now you are my angel I love you so much I miss you stinky kisses to heaven you are my heart
I miss you everyday and will love you forever. You were and always will be my best girl.
HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY
WITH LOVE FROM MOMMY
HAPPY ARMED FORCES DAY
Dear Baby at
It’s 2 years today and we still miss you. The happiness you brought into my life can never be replaced.
Love always and forever,
My sweet Levi had to leave us much too soon. the most devoted loving adored boy – our hearts are broken. You are at peace now, no more struggles. I hope you are with Benjamin and snuggling close like you always did.
My dear sweet baby girl. You were taken way to soon from us. You were so beautiful, smart and loving. I will miss your big beautiful blue eyes, loving personality and our walk abouts. My heart is broken knowing you won’t be with us anymore. You will always be in our hearts and memories. Until we meet again Nicki doodle all my love forever Mommy and Daddy.
In memory of our brave, loyal and spirited Maggie. You were loved and will be missed dearly.
HAPPY PET DAY
WITH LOVE FROM MOMMY
The best dog anyone could have… a true gentle giant, protector and best friend.
After I lost my cat Cheeseburger in 2008, I was devastated and vowed I would never have another cat. A few months later my son wanted to look at fish in a pet store. They also had cat adoptions there and he convinced me to just look. As we passed the rows of cages, Jingles reached out his paw and touched my arm…of course I took that as a sign. We adopted Mr. Jingles from START II (Save the Animals Rescue Team II).
I learned Mr. Jingles was pulled from a kill list at a shelter. He was about 3-4 years old and had been in other homes, but returned. He was a big boy, about 18 pounds, white and grey with a black nose. I noticed a big bald spot on his back. I was told he was pulling out his fur, a sign of stress. He was a quirky, funny cat who picked his person right away – my son. They were best buddies. We also adopted two more cats, Tony Cat and Cheezeburger (yes another Cheezeburger, already named by the group who found him. My daughter found his picture in the newspaper and of course we had to adopt him.)
When my children moved out, it was just me and My Boys. At bedtime we all went into “our bedroom” – all of the boys had their spots on the bed. Mr. Jingles had his pillow next to me. One night he got up and came over to me and lay down across my chest – I was shocked but so happy. This became a nightly ritual – depending on my sleep position, sometimes JJ would make himself comfy on my back (picture).
Mr. Jingles would be sitting on the end table, waiting for me when I came home from work. He liked people, and I would take him to visit my Mom. He drank spring water from a paper cup on the bathroom counter; JJ loved watching the birds and “talked” to them; we’d watch Star Trek TOS together. We’d review my bird pictures and I’d ask Mr. J what kind of birds he thought they were. JJ liked music and when I would be on my computer, all of the boys would camp out on the kitchen table, Mr. J in front of the boom box. We’d share an occasional potato chip, and he tolerated kisses on his head.
I can’t believe JJ is gone. I had a dream about him the day after he passed. I was outside and I saw Mr. J in the grass. I called to him and he came to me. I picked him up…he was weightless. I held him in my arms and could feel his fur. I kissed his head like I always did. Then he was gone from my arms and I saw him back in the grass.
When I would leave for work I would always tell JJ, “Mr. Jingles, you have the bridge.” JJ is probably commanding his own starship at the Rainbow Bridge.
Mr. Jingles was an awesome cat. I miss him so much.
Mama loves you JJ. I will never forget you. I need to believe Cheeseburger was there to meet you at the bridge. Take care of each other. I love you JJ. I’m sorry.