To my sweet, sweet Oakley. You will always be in our hearts, you were a loyal, faithful friend, and protector. I can't imagine life without you. We loved you so much, I know you knew that. I think my heart is broken forever. You were always so happy and had such a sweet, tender heart. When we were sad, you hugged up to us, when we were sick, you layed next to us and didn't move until we were well. You brought us so much happiness and laughter, you would look at us with those big bright eyes, and we knew you were a true gift from God. It is so hard to get up without you being right in my face with your tail wagging while you held your tennis ball. I know I will see you in Heaven, but my earthly life will never be the same without you. I love you with all of my heart, we all do, and you will always be a part of us. I miss you terribly.
God Bless You my sweet little Oakley.
Just turned five and the short length of time I spent with her were some of the greatest years of my life.
Molly was diagnosed with a bad lung a year ago October. The vet wasn't sure that she would make it as long as she did, but she did, and I am glad I could spend this past year with her.
This past weekend Molly stopped eating, and slowly she showed me signs that it was time for her to go. I knew she would show me when it was time, and she did. It was still hard, but I know she was suffering and I did what was best.
I am going to miss her so much. She was only five and that made things even harder on me. At least now I know she is at peace, and I will never forget the five terrific years we spent together.
My darlings everyday, every hour, every minute my heart aches for you. I know what we did was right but being left behind has been so hard. I'll see you someday soon and we can share an ice cream cone in heaven, just like on earth.
Norton, you are really missed! Your antics and personality will never be forgotten.
We tried so hard to get your Diabetes under control, but it got the best of you.
You will live forever in our memories.
|October 4th 1986 - Max Wuxp'n Keller - November 23rd 2002|
God will watch over you now and there will be no more pain. You have been a very good and strong kitty - the best kitty in the world! We'll miss your motor, "Handsome"!
You're still our baby boy and we will always love you! Your little sister misses you already! We're still looking around for you!
|September 3rd 1994 - Oso Pfat Neff - December 28th 2002|
My dear little boy. I truly wish we had more time together, but we shared a lifetime of fun. I will never forget my friend who brought to crystal clarity the old saying "mans best friend". Your heart was pure, so I know you and your spirit are in good hands.
You are missed terribly little boy.
Mikey was one of the happiest cats around. The only things that phased him would be car rides, the vet's office, and the vacuum.
When he was first brought home, the dogs and the other cat, my beloved Ande, didn't scare him and he made himself right at home.
My fuzzy bathrobe became a second mommy to him. He was crazy for turkey! He was such a great boy!
Marvin the hamster was given to my Dad from me and my sister on father's day 2001. He was a lively, cheeky pest who kept my Dad awake until the early hours having his late night exercise.
Summer 2003 has been particulary hot, and we had noticed a slight decline in his health. However, having survived the summer, I guess it had been too much for him.
Sadly, he passed away in his sleep on 10th September 2003. He will be sorely missed by everyone.
Your bright eyes no longer burn but your memory and the love you left behind will burn forever in my heart.
Mutley was loved very very much and has left us all feeling very empty. There could never be another Mutley he was the best. Will carry his memory forever.
In memory of Midge my 14 year old Yorkie MY best friend.
I had you from being 4 months old and where ever l went you followed...the days you spent at the stables were happy times....I can't believe you have gone..... leaving your footprints forever in my heart.
In Memory of Molly
So Sad without you both
He had been with me through all our ups and downs, the past couple of days I could see he was getting weary and the strain of living just became too much for him, then he made his way to rainbow bridge.
You were such a part of our family that life seems a little emptier now you are gone. You will be greatly missed and never forgotten.
Rest in peace little friend.
You are the most magic bunny I have ever had and will miss you pinching my chocolate and donuts.
Thank you for being such a special girl.
Yvette, Colin, Suzanne & Jacqueline and your companion Shadow
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