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Remember Your Pet

We encourage you to submit stories of your departed pets.  We’ll review and post some of these Remembrances in the future.



  1. The Willson family

    El and Dew, our first babies,
    We love you always and miss you every day.
    In our hearts you are with us forever.
    Love, Mom, Dad and Mark💕💕💕💕💕💕

    • Dorothy Andrews

      My beautiful princess, we all miss and love you so very much. Princess, you were loyal , loving and compassionate and we were blessed to have you for over 14 years . My beautiful little girl is not in pain anymore and hopefully you’re in heaven with papou having a ball .

  2. Shanna

    Kodee- you gave us 13 unforgettable years. You were family to all of us. The house isn’t the same without you. We will miss you to pieces. We love you so much♥️

  3. Joseph Brassard

    We lost our sweet Chelsea on July 23rd, one year to the day we said goodbye to her bonded best friend, Harlem.

    Every day since then it hurts a little less, but we still can’t believe she’s gone. For 12 years she slept with us and meowed for pets, and now without her our home is a little less bright.

    She was the sweetest, friendliest, most lovable cat I’ve ever met. Goodbye, sweet Chelsea, we love you. You were our best girl.

  4. Paulette Rioux

    We will miss you Miss Izzy aka “Bizzness” – The years that we shared are forever in our hearts and minds! From the minute you entered our lives- it was only love shared with us all! We know you are in a great place of peace- Forever with us! Love you forever!!

    Mom, Dad, Markie & Jon

  5. Tammy Maloney

    Our sweet little miss Maisy May:
    We were blessed with 17 wonderful years with you and couldn’t be more grateful. We saw your body failing you and knew you were getting weary. Though it caused us so much pain, we just had to set you free. You will always be in our hearts and on our laps once again, when we meet on the rainbow bridge.
    Love you always,
    Mom and Dad

    • Britt euler

      My dearest luna!
      You brought so much sunlight to my days, mommy will forever miss you! I will miss giving you your treats,playing ball with you, and just talking with you. I lost my best friend you will forever be by my side! You were such a great dog! I love you with all my heart! Now go get the squirrel and don’t forget the bug, my pretty girl,mommy loves you always!

  6. Kristin Manfredi

    Our sweet Lily Lou crossed over the rainbow bridge on 11:45 am July 7, 2020. She was the sweetest dog to humans and other animals alike. She was there throughout my son’s elementary days through college. She was true blue and loyal. She loved her family deeply and took on Charlie B dachshund in 2014 as a sibling with care. In her young days she loved outdoor adventures, hiking, the beach and vacationing. Late in life, her most favorite times were when we were all together in the backyard oasis, created for her retirement. She will be deeply missed, always loved and forever in our hearts.
    Sept. 10, 2006 through July 7, 2020
    – The Manfredi Family

  7. Min

    Yoshi gave us 13 years of love and joy. We missed him every single day there’s not one thing I do that doesn’t remind me of him. We literally go everywhere together. We been through break up with Ex bf to college graduation, to first date, to getting married, and to having kid. Yoshi loves chicken and likes to remove his stuffed animals eyes. A little furry friend that I always wished for. Never gave me any problems always a sweet little angel. Our heart is broken in a million pieces knowing that he won’t come back home. But knowing that he’s in heaven and are no longer suffering makes me feel at ease. Love you Yosh! Miss you every second! You will always have a special place in my heart. Rest in doggie heaven


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