Memorialize Your Beloved Pet
Owner: Randi Vita
“We are so saddened by the loss of Farley. He was a wonderful diva princess and will be dearly missed. He held many world records, including Longest Continuous Biscuit Making Session and World’s Oldest Kitten, maintaining his “kitten” status throughout his entire life. Our laps will never be the same without his constant supervision.”
Owner: Susan Baht
“My friend was the best of company for a little over 4 short years. Breaks my heart that within three days of cancer diagnosis, he slipped away… I will never forget the love and happiness that was brought to me and my family.”
Owner: Christrine Madsen
“Roxy was full of life and energy! We went for several walks a day and she loved running on the beach and jumping in the waves. She also loved to eat. On our walks she would eat everything from food scraps to vomit. She always made me smile and I miss her so much!”
Owner: Tim Martin
“Thanks for 15 years of good health (and treats)
– Seamus Oct 2004 – Aug 2019”
Owner: Dawn Kelly
“London was so sweet, loyal, cuddly with a strong will. He was my best friend and I miss him dearly. I am blessed to have had him for almost 15 years. He loved people, hiking, walking, swimming and diving for rocks and cuddling. I know he would never leave me and his spirit will be with me forever.” 💔
Owners: Mark & Randi
A legendary cat. A free thinker, innovator, and natural born leader. Part tiger, part bear, part shark. It was an honor to know and love him.
Dotty died today. I have hundreds of photos of her but always knew that, when the time came, I’d choose this one. To me, she is running to cross the rainbow bridge as fast as possible so she can reunite with her sisters, Shelby and Pepper (and her little kitty friend, Frank). My three fur babies are together again (pain-free), eating treats, swapping stories about their humans, and napping in a patch of warm sunlight. In her 16-year life, Ms. Dotty visited 22 states, Mexico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. She flew thousands of miles, floated on boats and jet skis, and even rafted down the Kern River. She ate homemade organic food, frolicked leashless at Mission Beach (and terrorized other little white dogs), hiked the mountains of New Hampshire, and made us laugh with her scrappiness and strange quirks. I loved her the way we all love our dogs — purely and unconditionally. Every morning she made me smile. She was such a special girl, our little Petco Park Mother’s Day rescue mutt, and we were lucky to have her. Goodbye, my precious fluff nugget. I will miss your warm, cuddly love, your skinny chicken legs, and the deep comfort you provided whenever life got hard. I wish you could’ve lived forever. R.I.P. 2006(ish) – 2022.