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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.......

Spooky, My Halloween Cat

Image Spooky, My Halloween Cat My mother and father found a kitten on a Halloween night about 14 years ago. I was 17 years old then. We named him Spooky for two reasons. One, because he was found on Halloween night. Two, because he hid in a box for the first two days he lived with us. Spooky stayed by my side through the end of my teenage years to adult hood 13 years later. My husband nicked named him "Booda Kitty". Spooky, you will be dearly missed.


Image STITCHY BOY Stitch was a very active Miniature Pincher. But one day he got too active and ran in the road, he didn't see the was too late. I LOVE YOU STITCH!!! May you rest in peace in the autumn leaves.....


Image Stix Eight and a half years you blessed my home, Stix. I will miss you. We were two independent women for so long. You made it through kidney stones, feline urological disorder, blocked bowels, and finally degenerative heart disease took you to cat heaven. Your resiliency amazed me every day. My heart aches daily and always will. Many kisses, your one and only Love, Mom! Yellow bunny sits by the window watching your spirit through the glass. Stix May 15,1997 to December 1, 2005

Story of Buddy and Trixie We'll miss ya'll

Image Story of  Buddy and Trixie We'll miss ya'll If only I took a picture, I would cherish it forever. I have no idea how i managed not to. Buddy, a lab and greyhound mix, we found him on the side of the road half blind, half deaf and only a puppy about 7-9 weeks. We took him to the vet they made it mostly better you still had to yell though. He loved to play but was scared to climb stairs if they were big. Of course we kept him, who wouldn't? (after we had him for about 1 month) One night, about midnight, it was raining really hard and we heard barking and whimpering. We walked outside and Buddy was standing at the bottom of the stairs walking back and forth from under the porch to the bottom of the stairs eventually we we looked under the porch and saw a pure breed Golden Retriever (Trixie) laying under the porch, in Buddy's doghouse with a towel pulled over her, this proves that dogs are smart and look out for each other. Well, we took her inside and dried her off, and tried to get Buddy to come in but he wouldn't climb up the stairs. I thought that she might have been abandoned or lost because she was a little bit fat. After we dried her off we were deciding what to name her we almost named her peanut 'till we figured out it was a girl so we settled on Trixie (about 1 month old maybe a little younger than Buddy at the time). Every morning Trixie would come to the door get a pig ear and walk outside again and sit by Buddy, she would never let him have her pig ear though no matter how much he tried. They were always so gentle with each other I could sit there for hours and watch them play. But, then one day me, my brother, and our mom were coming home for a long day, they were playing with the dogs across the street, and I couldn't wait to watch them and play with them, but our neighbor was puling out of their drive way and Buddy and Trixie started scuffling in the road and , boom, just like that. Buddy scampered off limping (which was weird 'cause the two hardly ever left each others side) so I guess I thought he was okay. Trixie on the other hand was very bad she passed on to dogie heaven we spent the next couple of days looking for Buddy but never found him until our neighbor found him up the street he had also layed down and passed on to dogie heaven. To this day I wish I had ignored my mom and ran after Buddy and said goodbye. We had only had them for about 2/3 of a year and I had grown very attached to them.
They were buried under the porch side. . . by. . . side.

Sweet Pea will be missed!!

We had Sweet Pea for almost seven years. We got her when she was just a year old. She was a great dog who was immensely spoiled. She was a good guard dog who wouldn't let her size fool you. One day she disappeared. She had a tag on but we haven't heard anything. When she disappeared she was already blind so we can only assume the worst. We have looked all over and still haven't heard anything. I just hope she is safe wherever she is.

The Abyssinian Princess

Image The Abyssinian Princess In memory of my beloved friend, Persaiyas.

You were always there for me. You always had a friendly face and a friendly attitude.

Though you were a cat you acted like a guard dog whenever there was a stranger around and you would alert me. You kept me safe. But sadly, I could not protect you from cancer. You were not even two years old when your life was taken.

If there was ever a perfect cat without flaws it was Persaiyas, whose memory will always live on in my heart and the heart of my family.

The Best Dog Ever

He was all hyper active at first, but after a couple months he was the best house dog ever..HE was a shih tzu/yorkie mix and was awesome...he was very protective of my boys and they were allowed to do whatever to him cause those were his boys...He was hit by a car after 6 months...we miss him so much, but we keep a picture of him on the fridge so he is always with us

The Jungle Kitty (:

Image The Jungle Kitty (: My name is Kayla. I had a cat named Duke. We made his name longer to Dukey Dukeums Jungle Kitty Statis Powell. We named him this because when he would always go outside he would try to stock me from a bush or grass. He would jump out at me and attack my ankles but you could tell it was all in fun and games. Most cats keep mice and any other animals away. Duke had to be different. He would bring the animals to me. I would get home from school and find baby bunnies in my room that he brought in from outside. Or we would have our family nights in the living room watching t.v. and Duke would prance in with a snake in his mouth and the snake waz moving out from each side like whiskers. He would walk up to me and drop it at my feet like he had done good. When actually he made my mom scream. Haha! Sometimes I would stay home alone cause i was sick and he would always lay in my bed with me or if i would go to the kitchen to get a snack he would follow. Every time i would cough he would come closer and lay on me trying to make me feel better. He would always go outside and at around 9 every night i would have to go outside and hunt for him to come in for the night. Sometimes he would give me a hard time and i got scratches and bruises for diving to catch him. One night when i went outside to get him he wouldn't come. Every night i tried to call him i tried and tried and tried. But he never came home. It hurts so much when i think of him or see pictures. I want him to come home but i know it is not likely. I love you Duke and i hope you are in a better place!


The Last Battle

Image The Last Battle If it should be that I grow frail and weak
And pain should keep me from my sleep,
Then will you do what must be done,
For this -- the last battle -- can't be won.
You will be sad I understand,
But don't let grief then stay your hand,
For on this day, more than the rest,
Your love and friendship must stand the test.
We have had so many happy years,
You wouldn't want me to suffer so.
When the time comes, please, let me go.
Take me to where to my needs they'll tend,
Only, stay with me till the end
And hold me firm and speak to me
Until my eyes no longer see.
I know in time you will agree
It is a kindness you do to me.
Although my tail its last has waved,
From pain and suffering I have been saved.
Don't grieve that it must be you
Who has to decide this thing to do;
We've been so close -- we two -- these years,
Don't let your heart hold any tears.

The Story of Tammy

I'll never forget how I met Tammy. She was laying down in storage yard for large metal shipping containers. She was about a 50 lb white dog. She appeared to be a husky mix. This is a semi-desolate area and dumping ground for dogs and cats. She was about 10 or 15 lbs underweight. She had an under-bite and I figured she may have been dumped, because she was thought to be defective. She would not come to me as she was extremely frightened and ran when I tried to approach her. I would leave food for her and she would wait until I got back in my car before she would come to eat it. There was another dog I called Buddy that I was also feeding and he appeared to want to be her mate as he always be around her. I finally gained Buddy's confidence to let me pet him. Tammy would be in the background watching me pet Buddy. This went on for awhile and unfortunately one day I found Buddy dead near her. I would continue leaving food for her for several months.

Finally, she gained my confidence one day. As she approached me she laid down on her side, as if to say you're okay, now go ahead and rub my belly for me, which I did with many more to follow. She was in bad shape, underweight, bloody coat from excessive scratching. Her front teeth were worn down to gums. I had recently lost another dog I rescued 4 years earlier. I also had another dog that someone dumped off at my work. Plus I was feeding several others, but my wife wanted to help Tammy and take her in and give her a good life. I finally was able to lure her into my car with a piece of meat and brought her home. She was so insecure and frighted she was crying the whole way home.

Tammy was walking with a bad limp. I took her for an exam and shots at the SPCA. Then took her to a vet to find out why she was limping. The vet said she evidently was hit by a car or truck, as the x-rays showed her upper left leg had been broken in half. The top half had slipped down about 2 or 3 inches and healed itself together. She also had a cracked hip joint.

We nursed her back to health as best we could and she was loved and pampered along with our now other 3 rescued dogs.

Then in July 2006, we noticed she had a tremendous thirst she seemed she couldn't satisfy. She was at the water bowl every 30 to 45 minutes. Tammy was diagnosed with an aggressive cancerous tumor on her anal gland. She had it removed , but less than a year later, it came back worse than before, this time with 2 tumors. We had to end her suffering on 9/11/07. I'll never forget that sad dreadful day. I remember one of my other dogs was so hurt as I was hugging kissing, and telling Tammy how much I loved her with a goodbye. Heather laid down right next to Tammy also wanting my affection. I remember not being able to see Tammy clearly through all my tears as I said goodbye to my beautiful girl.


Tillicum was the best cat ever!

Image Tillicum was the best cat ever! I loved her so much. She was my first kitty and will always hold a special place in my heart. I miss you dear Tilly.

Tinker Bell

I had a female Pek-A-Pom for nine years and she recently got stolen. I couldn't get rid of the grief until a friend told me to do a pet memorial. Tinker Bell was the love of my life. She was like a child to me. I will never forget the first time I saw her and fell in love instantly. Tinker would go every where with me, she even rode on the back of Roudy our horse. She was the best dog I ever had and I will always love her. Good by Tinker Bell I will always love and remember you. :(

To a Special Friend so rare that there will never be another!!

Image To a Special Friend so rare that there will never be another!! Dear Tutor, Mama wants to say thank you for all the wonderful years that I was blessed enough to have you in my life and now as well as then you are in my heart burning bright like the shining star that you were and always will be. You never judged me you just loved me no matter when I came in your tail wagged to say hello I missed you,you even did this in the morning when I would pick you up and carry you into the living room to your special pillow as to which Baby is keeping warm for you,she hopes that you don't mind.You had some rough times young lady,when your back went out before that every night you would kick me in the back right before you went to sleep and so in the time that the good Lord above,Doc and Miss Kim were trying to help you get better,I never told anyone but I said a little prayer every night for you to kick me and then one night you did,you got better for me and you loved me more it seemed because you were my friend.You were doing really good it seemed a little stiffness but hey you were getting older and we all go through that and then you got the growth that nothing could be done with but you dealt with all the poking and prodding and pain because after all you were my friend.Dear friend you have heard me cry and laugh and you have even went so far as to protect my food even if it meant having to drag it off my plate,we shared no problem that's what friends do and you were my friend. I had decided to make every day count and you loved to be outside digging in the sunshine and so I threw a bandage on you and carried you down the steps and said have at it because you were my friend after all and friends carry each other,the next day you couldn't wait to get out there and so I took you out and sat you down and happened to look out the window and see you sitting in the middle of the yard and I thought okay she needs some help and so I came out and carried you to your favorite spot only to look out and see you sitting in the same spot starring at the window and so I picked you up and brought you in because you were my friend,and when I put you down even though you couldn't speak to me using your voice,your sweet soul spoke to my heart as you looked up at me,there was a sadness in your eyes that I had never seen before and you said mama I'm tired,WHY are you doing this to me?I've been there for you all these years being your friend and now all I ask is that you do one last thing for me.That night I e-mailed Miss Kim and being the Angel that she is,she understood and the next day we made the appointment. You being the brave little soul that you are were not nervous for once going to visit Doc and Miss Kim,I kept promising you on the way there that after this visit there would be no more pain and you sweet friend you seemed to understand because you were my friend and friends understand each other.We got to the office which seemed to take forever and you were as alert as ever and I was thinking am I doing the right thing and again because you were my friend you reassured my heart and so when we arrived,Miss Kim through tears in her eyes kissed your sweet little head and told you that she loved you and even though she couldn't tell you,you felt her say good bye from her heart because she was your friend.We went in to see Doc and through the laughter and joking about the 6'3 Doc that weighs 250lbs.with a steady hand thanks only to the good Lord above did what he had to do to help you feel what I had promised,he relieved you from your pain cause he was your friend,he and Miss Kim fail to mention the size of the heart of gold that carry is as big as they are.You laid down your sweet head that day and drifted away from me so fast,realizing that I'd never see your sweet face again or your wagging tail broke my heart,letting you go was the last thing I ever wanted to do,but you see my sweet friend I was able to let you go that day because my friend you asked me to and you never asked for much but on that day after you had done so much for me and cared when I thought no one else did,I for once had to do the right thing for you,because I was your friend!!Baby,Weedles,Fancy and Jelly Bean miss you and I miss you my friend,they don't understand why I didn't bring you home that day,it's like a secret between you Miss Kim Doc and I,for you see we know where you are,you are with Noodle running and playing and eating and drinking and getting your feel of the warm sunshine just like when you two were pups,playing in the meadows just this side of the rainbow bridge,never getting tired and especially no more pain.I do promise you my sweet friend you will never be forgotten,you do still live in me and I wait just like you for the day that I can hold you in my arms and see your sweet face and your tail wagging and we once again are together,never to be apart again as we walk across that bridge of pure love because we ARE FRIENDS!! Love until then and always Mama

To My Baby-Girl 'ENA'

Image To My Baby-Girl 'ENA' Wasn't much of a dog lover until I saw ENA at our local humane society. I instantly fell in love with her and the connection was unreal. ENA was just 6 months old when I brought her home. We attended puppy classes and must admit that she needed very little coaching. I knew then, that she was very special. She was truly my whole world. She loved going to the beach and we would swim for hours, or she'll just wait for me at shore. Soon, when I am ready, I will release her ashes out at sea where she loved to play. I love you and miss you so much Ena-girl. I will never forget.

To our Baby Mote

Image To our Baby Mote My baby Mote Thank you for 6 years of happiness! I am very happy i brought you all the way from Peru to join our family here. Your dad loved you so very much and all your brothers and sisters and mommy too! You were very very special to us! and we loved the way you asked for water! only you Motesito! Rest in peace mi amor! we will miss you very much and i am sure we will see you again when the time is right. With gratitude and love Mom, Dad and all your family

Truman Catpote

I found you and your sister, Scout, abandoned at a truck stop in June 2003, and I couldn't stand to just leave you there. That day, you became part of our family, and although I love all my pets, you were always my favorite, and I like to think I was your favorite too! Today we lost you, and my heart is breaking. You and Scout have never been apart since birth, and she is going to miss you terribly, but still not as much as me. I love you Truman!

U were one of us

Image U were one of us Dear Kay, This is for u and even though u never had a chance to live life to the natural end u were like one of us. A piece of us that was very special. I remember about a month ago we were getting our highlights done and u wanted to be like us so we put a big highlight right in the middle of your head. U looked so cute. Even thought we lost a piece of our family on April 27, 2006 your spirit still rests in each person who ever new u and loved u cause u truly were a great, special and one of the ladys cat. I will always love u, Your Family, Casey, Pam, Olivia

We love you Molly!!

Image We love you Molly!! Molly was the best friend, best babysitter, best referee there ever could be! We only had her in our lives for 18+ years and it was not long enough for us. Our home and lives were empty and sad when she left us..... You were a great teacher Molly Malone! There will never be another quite like you and we will always love you!!

We Miss Our Sadie

Our dearest golden retriever Sadie entered the Rainbow Bridge on October 8, 2006 after a long battle with lymphoma. She was a brave girl, enduring chemo for six months and constantly providing us with her love and happy dog smile all the while. We just adopted a new dog and we are so happy to have her...we will never replace our Sadie in our hearts, she will have a piece of my heart for the rest of my life. I miss you Sadie and thank you for 9 1/2 wonderful years.

We will love you forever and always

A loyal companion is hard to find, hard to lose and impossible to forget. We love and miss you Serenity, you will never be forgotten. love always, Your family

Willard: Eternally Happy

Image Willard: Eternally Happy Willard George was born March 1999, and died May 31, 2007. He filled our hearts and lives with happiness, loved everyone he ever met, and greeted you at the door with a toy in his mouth to welcome you home. He was always happy, loved children, and the sound of popcorn popping. He died suddenly at the age of 8, without warning, and now rests in eternal happiness, just as he lived. Sideways Smile: we have you in our hearts and miss you everyday! Woof!

Without Warning

Image Without Warning Joey was a 10 year old Australian Cattle dog who loved water and chasing the goat. He and my new husband spent 10 years together before meeting me and my extensive (mostly rescued) pet menagerie. Only one year after we converted from city life to the country life, Joey had an emergency vet visit and died in less than 24 hrs. It was an undiagnosed tumor between his lungs. It was heartbreaking. But with Joey in mind, we now have 2 other Cattle Dogs, Jack a Blue Heeler who loves to play Frisbee, and a Red Heeler like Joey (a surprise for my husband) who loves water. We also have 5 other dogs, 11 cats, 2 ferrets, a bunny, a guinea pig, 21 birds & a goat! Needless to say we stay quite busy! I've just ordered new I.D. tags for a few members of the gang! A must for those who care.


My Dear Yankee, To have you in my life for 20 years was a blessing. You brought me so much joy and love. I miss you so very much and wish you were here. We'll be together again someday, Yankee. I will always, always love you. Love, Mommy

Yogi died,sept/12/2008

You died so peacefully.
I love you Red Dawg.
Aunt Ressa,Moma,and friends

You blessed us!!!!

You truly blessed our lives. I don't know how life will be without you. Thank you for coming into our lives and being so awesome. We love you so much. Have fun in heaven. God bless you. XXXOOO

Our molly, our world

Image Our molly, our world Molly our best friend,
You're in our hearts,
every day when the morning starts,
loving, caring, completely loyal,
always looking through the voile,
when I come up my street,
my heart skips a beat,
cos you're not there for me to greet,
I miss your warmth on cold winter nights
and those big beautiful eyes like northern lights,
you are my best friend always,
there with an ear to lend,
I miss you my sweetie pie,
I pray you'll be there waiting, when i die,
god bless you my little legend.
Steve G

i miss you kc

Image i miss you kc This is KC my best friend's cavalier king charles spaniel ruby
who sadly passed away after a short illness he loved going for walks with me and playing fetch with his ball. It broke my heart to see him go. He is in heaven waiting for me.


My little girl was the light of my life! She was rescued from a tornado. When I took her home I clung to her and she to me! Thunderstorms absolutely SCARED her to a spasm until I pulled from behind the "loo" and screamed at at the storm to go away! Her favorite human was her "Uncle Dave". She loved him as much as her Mom (maybe more). She just loved her Uncle Dave. I miss her so VERY much to this day. It's been 7 yrs since her passing and I am not over it yet! I can't wait to see and feel her once again, never to part ever again.

Cappy Sweet Cappy

Image Cappy Sweet Cappy We lost our German Shepherd J.T. in January 2003 to cancer and old age (13). I took his food which was left over to our local humane society and while there I asked if they ever got Golden Retrievers in. They didn't have any at that time, but said they would call when they did. Two weeks later "Lucky Louie" became Cappy after Heisman Trophy winner John Capelletti. He immediately won our hearts, but he seemed to have health problems from the onset and we probably ended up spending well over $3000 on him over the 3 1/2 years he BLESSED us with his companionship. We left him at a good kennel near us and went to visit my wife's son who was leaving for IRAQ in 2006. When we returned the vet told us he had a tumor on his tongue which was cancerous. Doc Mike removed 95% of the tumor and told us Cappy probably had a 60/40 chance of survival. Cappy rallied for about 3 weeks, but then the poor baby started to go downhill again and we had him put down. Our Vet raises Golden's also and even he and his wife cried when they put him down. Cappy Thank you for All Your Love.

My Honey Bunny

Kayla, when I saw your cute picture on the website, I knew you were the perfect friend for me. Even though you were only with me for a short while, I loved you so much,you brought me happiness in many ways. We only had two months together before God took you away but it seemed like you were here longer than just that time. I have you with me now for always and I will love you until the day I die! Thank you for loving me.