Recognizing Friends that have crossed the Rainbow Bridge

Jack

Passed October 11, 2014

Jack

My sweet Jack Jack was the best buddy. He won over everyone and was the boss of his neighborhood wherever that may be…from Boston to Sonoma! His stories and spirit lives on in my heart.

Miss Kitty

Miss Kitty was brought in as a feral cat. She was the grandmother of several cats I took in over the years. She lived to be 25, but it was not near long enough. She ruled the house. She was the most loving cat ever. She would stand on your back while you were sleeping. She had a need to be near you. She had kitty dementia at her end, but she was still the best cat EVER. SHE WILL FOREVER BE MISSED.

Dizzie Kittie

Campobello, SC

Thank you for the unconditional love that you gave me. I know you all will be waiting form me when its’ my turn to cross the bridge.

Anne

Colorado

Light of our hearts

Cricket Squeaks

Colorado and Wisconsin

 Purrrrrrfect cat!

Daisy Owens Lundberg

Norfolk, VA

Sweetest pup ever at Poverty Pines.

Hershey

Hershey

Hershey was our scaredy-cat, and would hide when anyone other than us was around.  But you couldn’t ask for a sweeter cat, she lived a long life of 21 years!

Harriet

Passed April, 2018

Harriet was a beautiful Madonna Tabby who graced my life for fourteen years. The name means “ruler of the house,” and in a true feline manner, she did so with grace and dignity. She chose the time of her passing on her own terms and without assistance. She was a great blessing and a constant example of a Zen life.

Lightning

Lightening

Passed October 1, 2018

Dogs give us so much and ask so little of us. When they leave us it is just like the loss of a dear human friend.

Lightning was a great buddy, helping me grow up in ways unexpected starting at age 39 when he first came to our home as a little pup from the Espanola Shelter. We ran, hiked, and walked many trails together. May we meet up soon on a trail in dog heaven!

Annie

Passed August 26, 2017

Annie

Annie bannan-y was our first baby, going on countless adventures and getting into endless mischief. She knew what you were feeling and would try to comfort and be with me when I needed it the most. She had a ton of sass too making sure you knew how she felt when she was left at the house. She was a constant presence that is still missed today and forever.

Mica

Baumholder & Weisbaden, Germany;  Fort Drum, NY

June 1995 – February 2013

My beloved Mica was with me for over 17 years, she kept me sane, being my rock during my husband’s military career. Mica never minded all the traveling or different homes. She was always a lady with grace, respect and dignity. Mica and I could read each others without a sound or look, knowing what the other needed. Mica fought and stayed with me for 11 years after her fibrosarcoma diagnosis at age 6. She is greatly missed by myself, my husband, her brother Stewie, who still looks for her everyday.

Dini

Birmingham, AL

Dini was our precious cerebellar hypoplasia baby. She lived almost 19 years and was the light of our lives.

Zoom

Illinois, Ohio, Colorado,  2000-2019

My closest companion and love for over 18 years. He was with me from just a few weeks old until January 14, 2009. He will always be on my mind and in my heart.

Poppy

We found this big hunk of love at a shelter and he was 3 years old.  How lucky we were, the best cat, so loving and would follow us from room to room.  We only had him 9 months before dying suddenly from FIP but he changed our lives forever.

Powder

Powder Cat

Our hearts were broken when we lost our Powder, but we were blessed to have such a special cat for 20 years. She would meet us at the door and jump from lap to lap and loved us unconditionally.

Ollie

2012 – 2016, Portland, OR

There is one fewer good dog in the world tonight.  Four years is not long enough for a good dog to live, and six months was not nearly long enough for him to be a part of our lives.  Ollie loved us immediately and without reservation, and we couldn’t help bu do the same. he was a counter-surfer, a sock-stealer, a deer-chaser and a took up way too much space on the bed.  He was the ideal mix of exuberant puppy and lazy old couch-dog. And we will be sweeping his hair out of the corners for the next four years.

Rest well, sweet dog.  You are missed. 

“Let the passing of dear friends resound in your heart.”

An Invitation to honor your Pet in our

Memorial Garden

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It’s just one simple act that declares something special was exchanged between you and your pet that is deserving of remembrance. We embrace your sorrow and your gratitude, knowing you’re not alone in this life passage. So, if you like, we invite you to take a moment, perhaps when a memory pops up or on an anniversary, write a few words, then post a tribute to the pet that has passed out of your life. Dog, cat, hamster, rabbit, bird, horse, lizard – they gave something to your life.

Remembering through Portraiture

  • Forever Paintings

    Another way to memorialize your pet. Artist Ted Pullig uses some of the ashes of your pet in the paint for his unique pet portraits as a way for you to remember your pet.

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