You were the heart of our home. The one we brought our babies and new pets home to. You kept a watchful eye on each of us. We miss you on our walks, chores, lake trips, and your empty chair hurts our hearts. We will wish to see you rolling on your back in the sun each time we look into the pasture. We wish love could have saved you beautiful mama dog. We will see you on the other side.
Mitzi Louise was an important part of our lives; we are having a difficult time moving forward without her. Mitzi knew when we needed extra love and was there by our side to make us feel better. Mitzi was an amazing pandemic home office manager, keeping us company. Though she had her limitations, Mitzi made up for those things in other ways. She was unable to join us for walks and outdoor activities, but greeted us at the door upon our return and stayed close while we exercised at home. Mitzi was a wonderful companion; we miss her dearly.
Oct 2007 - Mar 2022
Max the WunderDog rumbled into my life in Nov 2011 as a 24.5lb sausage seeking adoption. He really just needed a bit of LOVE and Max multiplied all he was given, even reflecting it back to his adoring humans. Oh how we needed each other! A lover of road trips, ice cream, movie night, bubble baths, and camping; Max loved nothing more than his squeaky toys, stealing food from unsuspecting humans, and getting his monthly Bark Box. THANKS for 11 wonderful years. You really were the Most Magnificent Thing! Love you ALWAYS.
Dear Doggy CJ,
You were my Comfort & Joy! (Quite the "Cracker Jack" too, which gave you the spunk to be the only survivor of your litter when we rescued you and from then on until the last hour you spent here on earth!) You always gave your everything! Known as "Such a Happy Face", with your talented ear and designer neckerchiefs, you were quite the celebrity at the park movie nights and ALL the Murray Park Lunch Concerts! ALL there will remember you barking, "One More! One More!" at the end of each concert! Run free now dear, CJ, spreading your Comfort & Joy as you play with your Elmo, chase squirrels and nibble on sticks across the Rainbow Bridge, as we wait here to meet you there!
2009 - 2022
We were so lucky to have you for thirteen wonderful years. You were such a sweet and loving cat, always looking out for us. You were Jenn's constant companion after her car accident only leaving her when she was sleeping. We hope you are healthy and free of pain. You were such a special cat may you be off in the warm sunshine on a wonderful adventure. Thank you for choosing us. We will miss and love you always.
Jenn, Barbara, Dennis special cat companions Gracie, Mei and Bandit.
May 2008 - December 2021
Our beloved little girl passed away peacefully December 17, 2021 at home with her family by her side. She had a long battle of mouth cancer. She was 13 years old. Snoop loved her tummy to be rubbed. She loved her blankets and dragged them around the house with her. She loved spending time with us, playing outside with her companion and being in the sun. We will miss your snuggles, your goofiness and your happy greetings as we come home and your endless wagging tail. We thank God for the time we had with you and the happiness you brought to our lives. You will always be in our hearts. We will truly miss your presence each and every day and the unconditional love you gave us. You are our baby girl, our little angel and our best friend. It is very hard to say good bye, but we will see you again. Rest in peace, no more pain little girl. You will be missed.
Love Always your family