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Just this side of Heaven is a place called the Rainbow Bridge.

When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge. There are meadows and hills for all of our special friends so they can run and play together. There is plenty of food and water and sunshine, and our friends are warm and comfortable. All the animals who had been ill and old are restored to health and vigor; those who were hurt or maimed are made whole and strong again, just as we remember them in our dreams of days and times gone by.

The animals are happy and content, except for one small thing: they miss someone very special to them; who had to be left behind.
They all run and play together, but the day comes when one suddenly stops and looks into the distance. The bright eyes are intent; the eager body quivers. Suddenly he begins to break away from the group, flying over the green grass, his legs carrying him faster and faster. You have been spotted, and when you and your special friend finally meet, you cling together in joyous reunion, never to be parted again. The happy kisses rain upon your face; your hands again caress the beloved head, and you look once more into the trusting eyes of your pet, so long gone from your life but never absent from your heart.
Then you cross Rainbow Bridge together.......

In Memory of Baron

Image In Memory of Baron I just wanted to post a note about my puppy Baron. Baron came into our home as a Christmas present for my dad in 1995, but he soon became mine. He was a great judge of character and always let me know when danger was near. He spent his days keeping a watchful eye over our horses and playing with his cat "Big Boy". Whenever I would leave the house he would sit at the top of the driveway until my car was out of his sight. He left us in October 2006 and words cannot express the saddness and emptiness that is felt in my home. Baron, you will be forever missed and NEVER forgotten.

In Memory of Boo Bear

Image In Memory of Boo Bear You were only 2 1/2 when you left us, and with you dying a piece of us died with you. We will miss your love, and companionship, we will miss you "grinning" at us. But most of all we want you to know we love you and always will, and we miss you terribly.

In Memory of Frances

Image In Memory of Frances Our "baby" Frances died on, Friday, September 11, 2009, at the age of 10. She has diabetes, and, we did not know it. It caused, diabetic ketoacidosis, kidney failure, pancreatitis, and, liver failure. She had never been sick, until, this fall. We miss and love her so much. We do not want her death to be in vain. If your dog shows the following symptoms, please go to your vet immediately.
1) rapid weightloss
2) excessive drinking
3) excessive urination
4) fatigue
5) vomiting

If we had known the symptoms, she may be alive today. Frances, Mommy and Daddy, love and miss you, more then ever..

In Memory of Lady

Lady was born May 1st, 1996. My wife and Dad brought her to my job in hopes of us keeping her. She was a Shepherd/lab mixed. When I first saw Lady she was inside of my wifes sweater and all you could see was a little black nose and a pair of sad eyes. I couldn't resist and agreed to adopt her. We gave her alot of love and a good home and she in return gave us 10 1/2 years of unconditional love and happiness. Lady was very special. She loved riding in the car and going for walks. On November 16th, 2006, Lady was called home to doggie heaven. She died in my arms. I placed her in a sealed container with her favorite blanket and buried her in our backyard, where I visit her every morning and anytime I can throughout the day. Lady was my one true friend and companion. She my be gone but she will nevr be forgotten I Love You, LadyGirl

In Memory of our beloved Brandy

Image In Memory of our beloved Brandy On Oct.19,2006 our Brandy went to the Rainbow Bridge (1 day shy of my B-day). She left behind her son Remington (5 yrs. old) and me and her Daddy. Brandy has 27 puppies in her lifetime. We kept Remington. She had passed from cancer with no warning. Here is a picture of her with Remington. him on the left, her on the right. She will be missed more than words can express. We love you baby girl. You will never be forgotten or thought about. Love, Mommy, Daddy, Remington,& Buddy (cat)


Image Jack Jack was a Maltese Poodle mix. He was an AMAZING dog. One windy day no one was home and our gate flew open. When we came home, the gate was open and he was gone. We put up signs everywhere. It has been months and he is still no where to be found. I don't know what has happened to him. I LOVE YOU JACK!!!!!!!!

Kally The New Baby

Me and my husband wanted a kitten, so we got one.Her name was Kally. We named her Kally because she was from California. We got her when she was 9 weeks old. She loved her brown small teddy bear she used to beat up and play with. She was my husband's baby because she stayed on his lap and watched tv with him all the time and slept with him also. My husband is having a heard time that she is gone. She passed away too young at the age of 3 months. She had FIP. I miss her dearly. So I am doing this for my husband in memory of our beloved KALLY AZZARA. WE KNOW SHE IS IN HEAVEN.

Korn We miss you so much.

Image Korn We miss you so much. When I saw you in your adoption cage on March 12,2001 I knew you were the one. You were 5 yrs old and your family didn't want you anymore. I don't understand how because you gave me and your Daddy so much joy and love. I named you Peach Cobbler but we ended up calling you Korn you seemed to like that better. We miss your snuggling, talking and silliness. You made me so happy and I will never forget our time together. Sister Hiney misses you too. A yr later I still cry for you and think about you everyday. We lost you to cancer 8 yrs later on August 29,2008. You touched my heart and I know one day we will be together again, until then I miss you and love you so much. Love always Mommy,Daddy and Hiney.

Lady Tuesday The "Lady" of the House

MawMaw got you when you were 7 years old.
You were living with a lady who was going to a nursing home and could not take you with her because you were noted as a aggressive dog or a biter. You were indeed an Aggressive dog.
You hated your ears beging cleaned or you nails cut.
We had to muzzle you for all of your check ups.

Then you fell very sick 7 years Later.
You had Pnemonia and had Congestive Heart Failure because of it. When you were diagnosed with the terrible life threatening Pnemonia, you were also diagnosed with a cancerous tumor.
Mawmaw was very heartbroken when we found out.
You gave us two more months then on December 1st, you had no more life left in your heart and you were dying.
We love you Tuesday.
You were a good "LADY" besides an occasional bite or growl.

Long live Isaiah

Image Long live Isaiah Dec 95-June18, 2004

He was my first dog and he was a faithful and loyal companion to our
family while here on Earth. He brought us lots of joy.

Losing you is Unbearable

I lost my little dog Chunks today. He got very ill yesterday and died to complications from Parvo. I really believed he was going to make it. I think of the first day he came into my life. A face so adorable, he didn't even look real. Sure you dug out of the yard, never listened, and liked to run in the house with dirty paws, but what I would give to be chasing after you right now. I miss you so much, it has not gotten easier after your death. Thank you friend for being there for me to cheer me up, make my son feel comfortable when he came to visit the house. Ultimately I just want to thank you for every moment I was able to spend with such a wonderful creature. I will never forget you. You have permanently etched a place in my heart. When you left a little part of me went with you. Thank you for listening to me and I love you Chunky boy. I never wanted you to leave me and I am sorry your beautiful little life was cut so short. There were so many things I wanted to show you. I love you.

Love Never To Be Forgotten

I'm 9 years old, and my family still tells me stories about when my shetland sheepdog, Kanin was alive. I really miss him. I've been living with my grandparents and mom from the time I was 8 months old. So we haven't been able to get another dog because my grandpa got a bad disease in his knee. But now he's better and we're getting the house remodeled... no luck with another dog. I could never replace my Kanin. But he was very sick... he started vomiting and blood started to come out from his mouth. He was about 15, so it was time. My family and I couldn't help it. As I said, he started vomiting continuously and blood started coming out of his mouth. Tears are coming out of my eyes as I'm writing this. I'm 9 years old and I still remember stitting right next to Kanin and the next morning, he disappeared. I knew what happened. I was only 3 years old. I couldn't help myself! I was just crying and crying for 2 days straight! I couldn't even get any sleep. Please say a prayer that my Kanin is safe in heaven. I do every night, hoping he's safe. And I know for sure that God is taking very good care of him. I love you, Kanin!


January 26, 2009

I was so blessed for 10 months. That is how long Macie (Baby Dog) lived with me and Ronnie. Macie was a Texas traveler. She always visited Gizmo and Emma (her dog friends) in Midland when we went to Bob's. She went to South Padre Beach and had mohito's with us at the Beach Cabana and swam in the ocean. She rode in the boat with me and her DADDY at Lake Colorado City. She ran up and down our shore line - she loved going to the lake.

She waited until she heard Miller's truck come around the corner at the lake house - and he called her HOT ROD.

She greeted Mama Vivien every night with gusto. And as for me everyday at lunch I got hugs and kisses. She went to San Antonio, Keerville. Anywhere that HER DADDY and I went, she went too. She loved everyone. She really didn't know she was a dog. She had so many expressions - just with her eyes and ears. She got so excited when Jake came to visit. Jake was her buddy. She bounced when she saw Ashley. And of course, she had naps with little daddy BOB. And Stephanie was her little mama. This little angel of a dog touched everyone's life in our family and made us all better for it.

She loved taking naps with her DADDY & watching TV with her DADDY. Now, her DADDY is lost without her. I loved her from the minute I saw her. She touched my heart, my soul. I fixed her spot right beside me every night to sleep. It is so hard to relax without my FUZZ FUZZ. I cannot tell you the magnitude that I loved my little Macie girl. To me she was my baby. I hope everyone says a prayer for her, for her last hours on earth were not good for her. But she looked at me right before her last breathe as I told her I loved her - I could see the love in her eyes. So for ten months - most of 2008 - I had a best friend and her name was MACIE

Maggie Mae

Image Maggie Mae I lost Stix on December 1, 2005 and on December 28, 2005 you came into my life as a little 3.5 pound baby girl. When I rescued you from the pound, I never expected to lose you after 12 days. On your seventh day with me, you were diagnosed with Parvo and after 5 days of intense treatment you joined Stix. My heart was broken once again. I feel such a loss and treasure those few days with you. I will never replace you and continue to feel your presence. I miss you, Maggie and will see you one day again.

Mamour Fidjou

Image Mamour Fidjou My MAMOUR FIDJOU,you decide to leave a few days before I went to live in USA. You spent 15 years with us where you were a brother, a son...a member of the family. We will never forget you and we miss you a lot and think about you everyday.


We had Max for seven years. He died of acute kidney failure. A week and 2 days later we got another dog, same breed. We still talk about him even though he is gone, but we will see him again. He was a black standard poodle.

Max the big baby

Image Max the big baby We got our big old Max from a women who was moving to the city and couldn't take him with her. Her was large...130 pounds and and indoor dog. I really wasn't crazy about having that big of a dog in the house but he was just so sweet. We took him home with us and he instantly became one of the family. We had four other dogs at the time and they all loved Max too. He was just the sweetest, biggest baby and we loved him dearly. We only got to spend a little over three years with our Max. He slipped and tore both ACL's and also had bone cancer. It was a very heartbreaking end, but he hung in there as long as he could. My vet was kind enough to come to our house last Monday (2/22/07) and release Max from his pain. I held my big baby, stroked his face and told him how much I loved him as he passed away in my arms. It was so hard but I know that he is happy now and I told him to make sure and find me when my time comes. I will miss him terribly!

Mighty Mitzi Rose

My sweet Mitzi went to Rainbow Bridge this past Monday (06/18/07). She was a 13 year old black and white Pekingese that I got when she was 8 weeks old and very much a one owner dog. She was my lap dog! She was in a lot of pain and misery and I had to make the decision that was the best one for her. I asked God to send me a sign that I had made the right decision and today I found this story about Rainbow Bridge. Thank you so much for printing this story on your website. It has made it a little easier to deal with now that I know about Rainbow Bridge. I lost another black and white Pekingese, Doogie Domino, that I had for 15 years back in Oct 2005, the same time my dad passed away. Doogie and Mitzi grew up and old together and it's very nice to know they are back together and waiting for me at Rainbow Bridge. Mitzi and Doogie, Mama loves you so much and misses you every day! Until we meet again at Rainbow Bridge, you both will always hold a special piece of my heart with you!


Image Mika My sister had to put her cat Mika of 14 1/2 years down on February 16, 2009. It was the hardest thing she has ever had to do. Mika (Beeks,) as she was affectionately called, was a wonderful companion for my sister and nothing can take the pain of losing her away. I remember Mika attacking our feet as a young kitten and I hated it because it hurt so much but those are the great memories that stay with you always. Mika had a good long, healthy life and she is always loved and will be missed. Rest now Beekies, you will forever be with us.

Miss you Fi.

Image Miss you Fi. We always think that we have so much time, and the future. I never thought my time with you would be cut so short. I miss you so much, and think about how empty home is without you.

miss you Sadie

Image miss you Sadie Sadie you had a rough start in life. You were shot with a pellet gun, had your tail broken and left to heal on it's own, and starved to the point your growth was stunted. But I hope when you found your way to your new home here with us you knew you were loved deeply and protected from the past. She was here for 9 years and then past away from FIP. I'm so sorry your ending was as rough as your beginning. We all loved you so much and miss you. Mama Brenda and Papa David

Missin Marley

Image Missin Marley The worlds best dog... Marley touched the heart of every person he met. He enjoyed all aspects of golfing, from watching it on television, to riding in the golf cart with your dad. You made everyone you met want a border collie. You were the most gentle, loving, smart, beautiful dog, ever. I miss you every second of every day. You will live in our hearts forever. I miss you.

Missing you

Image Missing you My mom got married to a guy with two dogs. One was kind of mean. Her name was Mindy she was a Mini Poodle. I got to know her obviously because I lived with her. Then she started getting nicer and nicer to me. She would put her two paws up on the couch and I would pick her up and put her on (she was around 30 or 40 pounds). In the car she would act like she was a feather she would jump in my lap. She slept with me a lot of nights I grew to her and she grew to me. Once I had a friend over she was trying to get my attention so she tapped my toe well... she tryed Mindy stood straight up getting ready to bite her. Then one day my grandfather came over to give my something I did'nt know he was there he came over and tapped me on the shoulder Mindy bit his toe and wouldn't stop I was laughing, my grandfather said its not funny stop her, I was on the floor laughing so hard. She was 14 years old so she was getting pretty sick and my mom said we got to put her down. I started crying. Then I thought she wasn't serious so after 10 minutes or so I was ok. Then I overheard her on the phone. It was scheduled for her to be put down on Wednsday so that day she had to go to work I faked sick so I could spend the day with Mindy and I did. My dad came and took Mindy with him to my moms work when he went to pick her up I didnt know that they were going to the vet right then. I called my mom crying really bad. She took Mindy to my house so I could say goodbye. I couldn't talk I was crying so hard. Well I said goodbye to her kissed her hugged her. I cry still everyday when I hear our song and see her picture. :'(

Missing you

Image Missing you This is me again. Again, like I said my Mom got married. He had two dogs. This dog was the sweetest ever. She used to just sit with you lick you and all that. She was a Pomeranian. She had a thyroid disease which caused hair loss it did not affect her health or anything. She got to be 11 years old and she started having seizures. My mom told me what to do in case she was at work but it was too hard because I would be crying. I loved her with all my heart. I would get out her toys and it was funny because she got so scared when it would squeak. In the car every summer we would go out to ice cream a lot she would jump on my lap and give me the puppy dogs eyes. So I let her lick it. She would literally bite the ice cream until it was half gone. She loved to just sit on someones lap and get petted. One day I faked sick so I could stay home and say good bye. I spent the whole day with her. I cried most of it but... I got to love her. And I always will. Thank you for taking time to learn about my dog and how much I loved and still love her. :)


Image Molly I relocated from NJ to TX. It was hard being away from my family and friends. I saw the picture of Molly on Petfinder and drove 131 miles to go and meet her. She had been living in a no kill shelter for 3 years and it seemed she needed a friend as much as I did. When I got transfered to NC I had to return her to the shelter. It broke my heart. But within a month I had found a place to rent that would allow my dog. I had her flown to me. Later that year I moved back to NJ and this time she road in the front seat of the U-haul with me. Seemed everything had come full circle when I moved back to Texas on November 6. Once again Molly flew right along with me. On Dec.3, while I was on vacation in NJ the kennel contacted me with terrible news. MY dog had collapsed and was undergoing exploratory surgery,within 18 hours she was gone.I am so sorry Molly that I was not there with you. Please forgive me. I cry for you every day and pray one day we will "travel" together once again.


Image Molly Molly was a wonderful dog. She was loyal and loved to play fetch. She came to us at 4-5 years old about 4 years ago. Someone was wanting to give her a new home. This year she became sick. We tried everything to help her get well. On January 24, 2008, she was acting like she couldn't hardly move at all and we were afraid she would not make it through the weekend if she wasn't seen, so we called the Vet. We left 15 minutes later, and on the way to the vet she passed away in the car before we could get there. My youngest child is 5, so he basically grew up with her and was so devastated. She will be so missed by our entire family, and we will never forget her.

Molly (little doodle)

Molly, my sweet little kitten was born just a little over two years ago. She had such a hard time coming into this world. My husband and myself helped deliver her and I cut her cord. She was a beautiful seal point Himalayan, with an honery disposition. To deal with her you just had to love her! I guess it was the Siamese in her that made her so tempermental. She didn't like to be held and she was a "Daddy's girl!" She loved my husband and slept beside him almost every night. She was a "sock Kitty!" Every morning when we got up she would have our socks...clean socks and dirty socks lined up through out the house. Sometimes we wondered where she actually found all of them. When we would pet her she would act as if she enjoyed it then turn and playfully swat us. She stayed sick a lot and we took her back and forth to the Vet. He would give her different antibiotics. Then last month we received the news from her test she had FIP. It was so devastating! We kept her comfortable and tried every medical and herbal remedy we could use, but to no avail! We finally had to let the Vet put her down. I thought I would die!! I have three children and this was the closest thing to losing a child that there could ever be!God bless you little Molly Doodle, may you chew grass,hunt bugs and romp through the grass now without pain! Our hearts will always be were and still are our precious little sock kitty! Love you always Your Momma and Daddy!

Molly dog

Image Molly dog Molly was a good friend and companion to everyone she knew. She will be missed so very much. Molly was a part of our family, and we are so sad to let her go. We will never forget you Molly. I promise

Mommies lil Angel!

Image Mommies lil Angel! Chi-Chi your momiies lil angel! I got you when you was 5 yrs lived to be 18 years old! You was the best daughter I could ever have! You were so wonderful! We all miss you so much! Blazen really misses you! He still looks for you on your pillow! You are gone but not forgotten! We love and miss you so much! Love Mommie, Daddy, Muffin, & Blazen


Image MOSES, A LOVE NOT FORGOTTEN When I decided to get a Golden retriever, the usual abundant supply of them around this area suddenly dried up and there were none to be found. I found an outdated newspaper ad, and on a whim and a prayer, I called. There was one puppy who had been returned! He was tentatively being held for someone else who wanted to look at him. I thanked the lady and left it up to God. That night there was a message on my answering machine when I got home. After I had commented that the decision was ultimately God's, she had known in her heart that the puppy belonged with me. She had called the other people and they had agreed to give me first chance. She dropped Moses off the next morning while she went shopping, and he actually seemed to recognize me! He bounced in and took over and never looked back. He belonged with me and Avia and he seemed to know it. Moses was like a giant stuffed toy. He wanted only to please and his lower lip would quiver if he thought he'd done something bad. He was the epitome of the word "Golden". A quiet, loyal companion, a sweet, funny friend. Moses took a jump from our bed and his feet slipped and he crashed to the hardwood floor. Suspecting possible internal injuries when Moses became severely ill a few days later, he was taken to the vet for tests. He was at the vet hospital undergoing tests and IV support, and was to undergo exploratory surgery once his condition was stabilized. Unfortunately, however, Moses slipped into a coma and died on May 5, 2006 at 8:00 p.m. Tests seemed to indicate a rapidly growing tumor in his biliary tract. Moses is now gone, but his giant pawprints are indeliby etched on our hearts. I wish I could fondle his ear one more time, or toss him the ball. My biggest wish is that I could take him for one last swim and enjoy watching him as he swims back and forth in total bliss. My Golden boy, I can't believe you won't greet me when I come home from work with that gently waving tail and that sweet, smiling expression on your face. You were loved much, Moses, but you loved 100 times more in return.