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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.......


Image SPECIAL LADY Lady showed up on my porch one morning, literally skin and bones. But she had so much life and love in her eyes, she had my heart from the word go. We later learned she had renal failure and required a special diet. With proper care and lots of love she began to come around, even trying to play with my rottweiller. Lady was obviously a hunting dog and had it in her blood. She would regain her strength, then jump the fence to hunt. I always seemed to track her down and bring her home until February 2, 2007. She was only with us for one year but she stole my heart and took it with her when she left. I'm sure Lady has passed on now, due to her illness but I still find my eyes searching for her whenever we're riding in her stomping areas. I pray she knew she was loved and did not suffer before her death. Lady, now you are in the arms of Jesus!! We will always love you!!

Our loving Greyhound

Image Our loving Greyhound Fast Twist Lovingly missed by Paul and Donna Dumas Born: February 14, 1990 ~~~ Crossed to the Bridge: January 29, 2003 Fast Twist, we adopted you when you were retired from racing at two years old. We brought you home from the dog track when nobody else wanted you. We were so proud that you were one of our family. You gave us eleven years of happiness that we will never forget. Our home is now empty without you, but we know you are not in pain any more. We will always remember your gentle ways and all the "goofy" delightful things you did. The love you gave us and our grandchildren will be greatly missed by our family. Just watch for us, for we will be together again, somewhere over the rainbow bridge. Run free, my beauty, run free. Your loving family, Paul, Donna and Morgan.

Lost without my Shadow

Image Lost without my Shadow Shadow came into my life 17 years ago, he had a big sense of humor and was very loving, He always knew how and when to make me laugh. He will be missed so much. He wasn't my pet he was my family.

My Blackie Boy

Image My Blackie Boy I adopted Blackie from a local shelter 15 years ago. He was such a cute pup and turned out to be such a wonderful companion. As I sit here tonight and read all of these wonderful things about all the pets listed I cant help but to miss him even more. Blackie went to doggie heaven on 8/15/08, and we miss him so.....


Image Lucy Thank you for so much love you gave me the past 16 1/2 years. Good times and bad you were always at my side. You will always be my baby girl. xo


Image *Remember_Me* Remember me always, but do not grieve for me too long. i have tried always to comfort you in times of sorrow, and hav made every effort to add joy to your life. i never wanted to cause you pain. peace for me is certain now, and i suspect i will hav eternal sleep in the earth i have loved so well . please, after your period of grieving for me, make room in your heart for another. you are the kind of human being that should always hav a friend like me to love. your kind and gentle heart should not be wasted on my memory for too long. give your love to another. i know your new friend will never take my place, because we had something very special. it may not be quite the same, but a new devoted and loving companion will in time, become special in their own way. you loved me very much and i loved you . my spirit will always be with you, and no matter how deep my sleep, my greatful heart will always remember you. i will always love you mom !!! from: canelita ...

My Angels

I am 17 years old, and I have 8 cats and one dog. The reason for this memoriam is that animals are very special creatures, and I just want to leave a few words about my beloved angels that went home through the years. Tigger was my 3rd cat, he was a tabby with a white stomach, and was extremely nice. We had him for just a little bit over a year, when one night when he went out for his bedtime stroll he never came home, we found him the next morning on the side of the road, badly beaten. He was friendly, and believed all humans were nice. He trusted a bit too easily, and some hateful person beat my angel to death. My second cat died ten days later, her name was LaLa and she was just about four months old, it was on Halloween and someone hit her with a car, and left. She was put down later that night. We've had a lot of our Kitties that just disappeared, never to be seen again. My third cat died last month, she was a beautiful little light brown cat, she gave us our very first litter of little bundles this past summer, she was the loving mother of all of the other cats as well, not by blood but by love. She was hit by a car as well, it broke my heart, I felt like someone shot me in the heart, and I couldnt take it away. She left with the part of my heart that only loved her, and took the part that only loved me. She was my little princess, and meant more than anything to me. It made me severely depressed for three weeks. The reason for this tribute is because of my little female that died earlier today, she had a severe ear infection (we didn't know before because she was fine) and had puss and blood coming out of her ear, on the way to the emergency vets place, she had a seizure and died in my arms. I only had her for a month, but it hit me the hardest because I never had any of my others die in my arms. It broke my heart, and I felt extremely helpless...It seems like there is that moment when nothing else matters, and every time it gets harder. Thank you for reading, And In Loving Memory For Tigger, LaLa, Sheeba and Cow (she was black and white) I love you my babies, there would never be a doubt for that.

Christmas gift on loan

Image Christmas gift on loan We found a puppy at our local dog pound and she was scheduled to be destroy in 2-3 days. We adopted this little 6-8 weeks old puppy and named her Chancie because she was getting a second chance on life. Originally, Chancie was a Christmas gift in 1994 for my wife, but she became my best friend and was at my side constantly. She helped build houses and remodeled others, and Chancie never met someone she could not win their hearts. There is no dought that Chancie was the most intelligent animal I have ever met. We lost Chancie to a spinal disease on Christmas 2006. There is rarely a day I don't think about Chancie and miss her with all of my heart. I have tears running down my face as I write this memorial for Chancie. My wife and I know God wanted his Christmas gift back that he loaned us in 1994. We love you Chancie and miss you with all of our hearts!!! oxoxox

Miss my lil' Mama's Boy "Fatty"

Image Miss my lil' Mama's Boy A woman can have different types of love for different men in her life. This can also be said for dogs. I have had a few meaningful men in my life. I have had ONLY ONE in my dog-owned life.

His name was Mickey. I adopted Mickey from a local shelter and he only cost me $20 at the time. I was in the 6th grade. The year was 1988. They told me that he was roughly 2yrs. old at the time. We had just moved to California from Georgia and I was very lost and scared in a new school. I felt as though I had no good friends to trust. Mickey became my world.

When Mickey was 4yrs. old, he threw out 3 disks in his back and I was told that he would not survive a normal life. I was also told that he would probably only live 3-4 more years. I opted to take that chance. Mickey had massive back surgery and then I was told that he would not walk again. I opted to prove them wrong. About 6 months later, Mickey was hopping around. His two hind legs stuck together so he would look like a rabbit when he ran. Everyone loved Mickey and his vivacious ways. When he was in his heavy days; he looked like a little pig. His nickname became “Fatty”. I was so glad that I took that chance on my little Mama’s Boy.

I never knew that a little dog could be a friend, companion, therapist, son and hero. Mickey saw me through the Junior High days, the High School days, and the death of my Dad, my military time, the College days and almost to the birth of my son. I always tell my little boy about his older brother and show him pictures. Mickey passed away in my arms the morning of December 20, 2005 at 3:30am.

I always say that if you don't believe in Angels, then you haven't had a dog like my Mickey. I’m not one for taking too many chances, but I’m glad I took a chance on my Mickey. My little man lived 17 and a half yrs. with me. If he was really 2 when I got him, that would mean he lived to be 19 a half yrs. old! That's a HECK of a lot longer than four years, as I was told by those doctors. All those beautiful years with my little guy because I took a chance that day. Always cherish your fur-babies because they truly show you what unconditional love really is! I miss him so and cannot wait for the day when my purpose on this earth is over and I get to cross that Rainbow Bridge and be with my little Mama’s Boy again.


My daughter and I took a trip to the new local shelter. Upon arriving as I was sitting in the truck a dog caught my eye out in the runs. I watched her and then went in and asked about her. Her name was Myrtle. Myrtle had been found on the highway and had a rope that was inbedded under her front leg (shoulder). Surgery had been done to remove the rope and she was healing nicely. I was then told that she had heartworms, to my dismay. I was a single mom and in no way could afford that kind of treatment. I was visibly upset as Myrtle just tugged at my heart strings like no other had. When the owner of the facility told me if I would give her a good home she would pay for the heartworm treatment. I promised to give her all the love she could ever need. Long story short, Myrtle was with me from 1996 until 2008 when she died at the age of 20 on July 28, 2008. She was (is) the love of my life, my best friend and my protector. She was a one person dog and she was all mine. I miss her everyday. What I do want to tell people is please do not be afraid to adopt an older animal, they have as much love to give as a puppy.

Our baby dog...

Image Our baby dog... Lady...what a majestic name for such a ruffled up little thing. We found Lady as a throw away puppy inside of a trash bag. A malicious act of children, they abused her and threw her away. We found her, nursed her back to health and she faithfully served us for 10 years. Loyal. Kind. Her heart knew when I ached at the death of my father. She sat with me on my bed, not moving for days, not even to be fed. She sat there, her big brown eyes staring at me, letting me know that she loved me during this time of need in my life. Then...the day Lady left us. We were off grocery shopping, Lady was in the backyard playing...a horrible accident. She had become stuck on the fence, she couldn't get herself released. Our baby was suffocating and we had no idea. We found her a few hours later. Crying...crying...still crying for our baby girl who did so much for our family and yet left with nobody there with her. The guilt we feel is severe, yet we know there was nothing we could have done to change God's decisions that day. We buried her under the shade tree. Buried her as we shed our tears of love and feelings of longing to take the entire day back. If only...if only's are going to haunt us forever. If only we could have told her we loved her one last time. Lady knew we all loved her. Its us, not her, that needs the reassurance that she had a good life. We love you baby girl. We miss you so very much and we're so very sorry we weren't there to help you during your passing. Please forgive us. Love, Mom and Dad



Missed buddy

It was November 17 2008 and i got home from school and i noticed that my loyal kitten Popper was gone. So i told my friends to help me find him so we put out fliers then i told them to go home about 2 hours into the search for Popper i went home broken. The next day he still was not there so i gave up and from this day he has not came home and i miss him dearly.

What you went through....

Image What you went through.... Dear Foxy,
You were the best dog EVER,
I remember when you made me laugh and you made your crazy smiles. You may be gone .... but you're never forgotten.

Little angel

Image Little angel Bear was a little angel we got from a rescue shelter.
He lived a full life better than some people. He was one of a kind. Found on the side of a road.
He changed everyone’s life he met.
We miss you baby bear. I hope to see you soon.R.I.P little friend.
1993 to 2007

Oh, Domino

Image Oh, Domino Oh, Domino. Someone abandoned you in my garage for me to find one Spring morning. I took you in and loved you bunches. Your life was short, but nowhere would you ever find the amount of love I had to give you. I miss you, Domino.

My Baby Leia

Image My Baby Leia Leia was my beautiful Boston Terrier baby. She came into my life at 6 wks old. She left this world on Christmas Eve 2005. She was almost 9 years old. I made this picture of her as an angel. I will always miss my little girl. In loving memory 2-11-97 to 12-24-05. Mommy loves you pup!

Our Ugly Puppy Smegol

Image Our Ugly Puppy Smegol We call him our ugly Smegol because he is a pure bread boston terrier with very rare markings. And all white face. With huge blue eyes. Unwanted by dog breeders because of his (uniqueness) no one wanted him, me included. He was going to be put to sleep. My 4 year old son grabbed on to him and said "Mom, he loves me, and his name is Smegol." My son loved Lord of the Rings at such a young age. Both movie and dog actually kinda looked similiar so I thought well ok, since my son attached himself to this puppy so quickly how could I break them up? Well, we had Smegol about a year and a half since age 7 weeks. While we were out of town, he was staying with family and got stuck under their fence and died. Oct. 11, 2006. Our hearts died along with him. He was our other child. We loved him so much. And everyday we think about him and he is forever missed. We miss you, our ugly puppy.

Hera, Queen Kitty

Image Hera, Queen Kitty Hera, I remember how you won my heart over at the Berea Animal Shelter. How you purred for 3 days non-stop after we brought you home. How you loved ice cream, especially mint chocolate chip. You would sit beside me and swat at the spoon with your paw just so you could get a little to lick off. How you would sit behind me and tap my shoulder as if to say: “Excuse me.” How you would reach into a glass of milk as far as you needed to, get your paw all soaked with milk and lick it off. How you stalked lil’ Zeus when he was puppy, even had him cornered in the kitchen, cowering in fear! How you would sit beside me as I cooked, tapping me on the leg, hoping for just a little morsel to “fall” to the floor. How you liked to walk on a leash in the backyard and how you hated to come back in. Boy, did you get mad! How, if one of us had the audacity to step on you, there was a 24-hour retaliation period. However, with Zeus, you learned he had to be taught right away! When Zeus first discovered that the claws he once feared turned into “velvet mittens”. After that he tried to carry you around, which you didn’t care for at all. He figured it out eventually when he started hanging off of his upper lip by your teeth! How a slight feline (fe-lion) like yourself walked with such heavy-footed authority as you came down the stairs. How you made the dogs wait behind you as you drank from their water dish or ate from their food bowl. They knew better than to mess with the “Queen”! How the sound of an alarm clock caused you to stomp into the room, stand on my chest, and glare at me until I awoke. How Daddy could get you all riled up just by making beeping sounds. You would paw at his head, head-butt him, and sometimes nibble on him to get him to stop. How you ate corn right off of the cob! And you loved other people food too: steak, hamburger, pasta, and pizza to name a few. How you taught Aphie how to play. How much you didn’t really care for the “dipping the kitty” and “footsie, ootsie” that always accompanied meds time. How you waited for me to finally sit my butt down on Sunday mornings with the paper. You would run over, jump on my lap and make biscuits before lying down. (You got a little annoyed with the paper brushing your ear, but you never left.) How you would come in at night, lay on my chest and purr me to sleep with your special song. We love you very much and will always remember our sweet little Hera kitty.



My Lucky Girl

Image My Lucky Girl You were the greatest joy of my life. We have your daughter, Starlight, but we know that Star will be meeting you at the Rainbow Bridge someday, as we will also. I miss you Lucky Girl, I miss you so much. I have your picture, collar/tags, and ashes right here. I pray you are content and happy....

Sabaka my heart

Image Sabaka my heart Who knew on that Sunday morning 14 years ago when I heard a dog barking, that you would be walking in to my life.

My dear best friend you always were ready to take on any change that came our way. Even when the vet said you had cushing syndrome and only had 2 years to live. You stayed strong and 6 years later, we had to part in body, but not in soul. I would have carried you in and out of the house for the rest of my life. I truly don't know how to say good bye and didn't want to let you go, but I promised you when you said it was time, I wouldn't make you stay one second longer.

I love my best boy and free and be well, I will see you again some day.

Love your mom

My Princess

Image My Princess On Feb. 15th 2008 I lost my sweet princess Asia. Asia is a black female pug. She was only 9 1/2 years old. A simple stumble would cause the downward spiral of her health. For the next 4 years i watched my little girl become weaker and weaker. The devastating injury to her knee's caused her to become less active and put on weight. The weight made the knee's worse. The day I freed my baby of her pain she could hardly walk. She layed her head in my hand and closed her eyes. The pain was over she was free. How is it that those brown eyes knew the deepest parts of my heart and sole. It's not fare that I have to miss you. I wish with every ounce of my being that my love had been enough to keep you well. I love you so much. I will miss you for the rest of my life. Thank you for being you. Thank you for being my friend being my sweet princess. You are so much more then a dog to me. I thank you for all the love you showed me. My heart hurt and my arms ache to hold you. I know you are happy and running and playing. Please know how much I love you and I wish I could have done more. Forgive me if I failed you in anyway. I love you my sweet fatty magiee.

Angel from Dallas

Image Angel from Dallas My Angel from Dallas,her sire being CH Lonestar Cowboy aka "DALLAS" She has my heart. I have her mother and her daughter. She was "one of the best". ESP between us is unbelievable to this day. Never forget just learn to live with it. My Angel,missing you still and always.

Our "Doodles"

Image Our "Doodles" I don't remember how our Rocky got the nickname Doodles, but we called him that a lot, and "My big pretty boy." He was the love of our lives, a big handsome Great Pyrenees mix. We also liked to fondly tell people he was our Chicken In a Lion Suit! He looked like a big old lion when we shaved his long hair for the summer, and was a big old chicken at heart. Just the sound of a leash or collar coming out of the closet sent him running... and God forbid we bring out the brush! One good brushing and he'd avoid us for days. He once got out of our property on accident when the gate was open for a few minutes, nobody knew it, and later that night I heard the biggest wail you've ever heard. It was the Doodles, sitting outside the gate scared to death he'd never get back in. Needless to say, he never ever wanted out that gate again. The biggest, sweetest dog we've ever known, his sweetness shone in those big brown eyes. We lost him at 9 yrs of age on May 31st, 2007 and our hearts are broken into a million pieces. There will never be another Rocky, he will hold a place in our hearts forever, and we'll see you in Heaven my Big Pretty Boy.

My baby Girl

My Baby Girl Brownie, I still remember the day I got you from the kennel, 15 years ago, so young and cute, full of life, we both saved each others life, now March 20th 2009 you had to leave, I know you are being called to care for someone who needs your help, I miss you so much, I know that you no longer have any pain or suffering, I know you are still full of life and that you and I will come together again, until then, be good, be happy, and know that I love you so very much. With all of my love, Daddy.....


Image Angel No one can truly understand a loss of a furry best friend until it happens to them. My beautiful Angel was my very best friend for 16 years. She cheated death a few times and I had a false sense of security that she would be with me forever. I know our loving pets don't live forever, but when you love your pet so deeply you don't want to think about losing them. I want to bring my story to the attention of anyone who has white cats or dogs. My Angel loved the outdoors and laying in the sun. I would've never known that she would later in life develop skin cancer on her head from soaking up too many rays.
She started to develop a small sore on her head, which I took her to the vet and was told it was only an infection. The Dr. gave me cream and the sore only grew.
The sore actually kept growing and had a horrible odor to it. Thank goodness my family and I moved and I sought a new Dr. to help Angel.
That was when I learned the horrible truth and my worst nightmare. Angel was diagnosed with skin cancer and went into surgery to try to remove it. The surgery worked, but the tumor returned in six months. I couldn't bear to lose her yet, so Angel had one more surgery and had to have her ear and eye amputed. She almost passed away from surgery, but she still had such a strong will to live. I got to spend one more wonderful month with her, then she was unable to eat and I had no choice but to let her go to sleep. I held her to the very end of her loving life. That day will always be the worst day of my life. So, if you have a pet and let them sunbathe, please be aware of the dangerous rays.
I don't want anyone to go through what I had to. It will be a one year on Labor Day that I lost her. There isn't a day that goes bye that I don't think about her. I know she is in a better place now, but she will always be in my heart.

We Miss U

Chocolate, u were the best dog ever. We lost u in July of 2001. The years went by, but, we still miss u. U are still in our hearts. Your family, Kelli, Nana, Nini, Brittani & PawPaw

I miss baby girl

Image I miss baby girl She was the cutest cat in the whole world. I miss her so much but she will not be forgotten and she will always be in my memory.

My Dog/Best Friend

Tanner was his name. Part Golden Lab. Born 5/19/91 passed away7/25/06. He got arthritis in his behind legs and could not stand nor walk so we had to put him down.The look in his eyes just killed us both knowing his life has come to an end/yet he was in great pain/ he knew it too /his life had ended. He got along very well with kids, he was a very lovable pet. We got Tanner a buddy who gave him an extra 3 yrs to live. Tanner took lot of abuse from the other dog who now is 3 yrs old.
Tanner is missed very much in our household. There will never be another dog like Tanner.
Miss you buddy.