Loss Of A Pet – What To Do?

The Loss Of A Beloved Pet

We are here to help you honor the loss of your best friend.

Here is a complete listing of Local Veterinarians who can be of assistance with your ailing pet.

Transportation service is available from your vet or your home if you wish.

There are many options available for Burial or Cremation and of course you are welcome to call us 740-886-9888 if you have any questions or need assistance.

Rome Pet Cemetery

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In Loving Memory…

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The Rainbow Bridge, Author Unknown - Rome Pet Cemetery Proctorville, OH 45669

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In Loving Memory of Cookie

 

Cookie joined our family in the Fall of 2004, along with another Cocker Spaniel,
Sophie.  They were found together, along with two other cockers, probably used
for breeding as they were each a different color.  She was 3-4 years old at that
time, so she was about 14 when she passed away on November 14.  Cookie didn’t
really like to play with toys, except for the cat.  She and our white calico,
Julie, went at it a few times.  She preferred to cuddle and go for walks. If
anyone was doing anything around the house, especially her Mommy, she wanted to
be included.  She watched for food to fall in the kitchen.  She stood guard
while Mom worked in the flower beds, she watched her bubby while he played
basketball, she sat with sissy while she put on her makeup, she watched the
ladder when Daddy was working on the house and helped him keep the couch warm.
Cookie was the “big sister” to Sophie.  She was always checking on her and she
even put a paw on her back when she thought Sophie needed correcting.  As much
as her human family misses her, we know that her furry family misses her too.

Rest in Peace Cookie

Cookie

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In Loving Memory of Tommy

Tommy was a 8 year old long legged cat.

His favorite treat was mouse with cat nip.

His favorite treat was chicken.

His favorite thing to do was protecting  my “Lil” dog Katie from the other cat Suzie.

Favorite memory was sleeping under the covers with me in bed and laying on my boyfriends shoulder while he walked around the house!

Rest in Peace Tommy

Tommy

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In Loving Memory of Winston

 

Winston was a 7 year old English Bulldog.

His favorite toy was a ball.

His favorite treat was wieners.

Favorite thing to do was jump on the privacy fence and watch the neighbors.

Favorite memory took him to the elementary school Halloween parade he was dressed in his pimp outfit he saw another dog and drug me to the ground trying to play!

Rest in Peace Winston

Winston

 

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In Loving Memory of Shadow Bills

Shadow was a 15 1/2 year old Dachshund.

Shadows favorite toy was a ball.

Favorite treats were Beggin Strips.

Favorite thing to do was play ball, go boating and fishing, and go for walks.

Favorite memory* jump on boat seat and bite at the fish, chase balls, fetch and cuddle with you.

Rest in Peace Shadow

Shadow Bills

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In Loving Memory of Mackie’s Princess Annie

Annie was a 14 year 8 month 1 day old Retriever.

Her favorite toy was a tennis ball.

Her favorite treats were “Beggin Strips”.

Her favorite thing to do was ride in cars, be petted and loved on.

Favorite memory Annie was always happy, wagging her tail.

Rest in Peace Annie

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In Loving Memory of Romo

Romo was a 8 year old Beagle.

His favorite toy was a stuffed monkeys.

His favorite treat was anything edible. He loves his veggies and granola bones.

Favorite thing to do was sleeping in, watching cartoons, going to work/office, trips to lowes, trips to vet, and anything social. He loved car rides and hanging out with mommy.

Favorite memory- Every memory of Romo is a favorite. He was known for always checking trash cans. Would steal pizza out of box and close lid back. He had a great sense of humor and outsmarted me on a daily basis. Romo was a popular dog. Everyone knew and loved him. He was so much more than a dog. He was people.  He was my best friend and four legged soul mate. He could read my mind and knew much more than any dog I have ever known.  He knew that if he posed for the bank camera that he would hopefully get a treat and he knew which window at a drive thru gave out food. Romo was and always will be special and his memory will live on forever.  I lost my best friend  but he taught me more about life than any human could have.  I now understand unconditional love.

Rest in Peace

Romo

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In Loving Memory of Fiona Tackett

Fiona was a 16 year old feline Persian.

Her favorite toy was a laser light.

Her favorite treat was Greenies.

Her favorite thing to do was  simply spend time with my Father. They were so close. She loved him so much and he loves her.

Our favorite Memory was walking into the room where my father watched TV and seeing him sitting in his chair with her close to him as if she was Queen of the household.  Which she was. The other cats respected her so much.

Rest in Peace

Fiona

 

 

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In Loving Memory of Stifler the Shermanator Henson

Pet’s name: Stifler the Shermanator Henson
Age: 13 DOB 12/3/2000
Breed: samoyed
Favorite Toy: Stuffed Simba or Piggy or any toy another dog had that he didn’t.
Favorite Treat: Any type of food
Favorite thing to do: Go up to complete strangers and pet himself with their hands. He was a very prissy, spoiled boy.  He also liked to grab his toys and then have you chase him and try to take it.
Favorite Memory: Stifler was the smartest, prettiest dog in the world, or that’s what I told him everyday. He was a fluffy ball of sunshine that always looked like he had a smile on his face. My favorite memories would be laying on him like a giant pillow and we would watch tv or brushing him for hours.
Rest in Peace Stifler
Stifler
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In loving Memory of Rudie

Rudie was a 15 year old Cornish Rex.

His favorite toy was a paper football.

His favorite treat was anything he could steal from your plate.

His favorite thing to do was take naps in a sunny spot with his best friend, Gracie.

There are so many favorite memories.  The way he retrieved paper footballs, played ping-pong, power jumped, rode on our shoulders, never met a stranger and slept close at night.

Rest in Peace Rudie

Rudie

 

 

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In Loving Memory of Mario Niday

Mario was a  10 year old Cocker Spaniel.

His favorite toy was a blue rubber ball.

His favorite treats were carrots.

His favorite thing to do was play ball and squeak his toys.  He would go around with a toy in his mouth making as much noise as he could. Looking as if to say “Am I bothering You?”

Favorite memory:  We had a leather recliner chair.  I would sit in it,  he would jump up beside me and would move his butt until he got where he wanted to be.  He loved that chair.

Rest in Peace Mario

mario

 

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In Loving Memory of Muffin Bauer

Muffin was a 14 year 11 month old Maltese.

Her favorite toy was a stuffed turtle.

Her favorite treat was chicken.

Her favorite thing to do:  Muffin was so happy and enjoyed whatever she was doing.  The things she didn’t enjoy was:  grooming, getting a bath, wearing clothes, and not being able to go every time I left the house.

Favorite memory: Every memory of Muffin is my favorite.  She was the sweetest, best baby girl a mom could ever hope to have.

Rest in Peace Muffin

 

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In Loving Memory of Milli Bryan

Milli was a 15 year old Border Collie/Friend.

Her favorite toy was a basketball-fetch using any stick to hit the ball.

Favorite treat was anything except her vegetables.

Her favorite thing to do was Run, Run, Run!!

My favorite memory: Was wanting an intelligent dog, I went to see a litter of pups. My clumsiness helped me find Milli. I walked into the barn and immediately tripped over the threshold board and fell flat on my face. LOL. All of the pups ran to their mother, but one…  Milli… She came over and began licking my face.  Love was immediate.  We left for her new home..  I LOVED HER AND SHE LOVED ME!

Rest in Peace Milli

 

 

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In Loving Memory of Sady Lynn Collins

Sady Lynn Collins was a 14 year 9 month old Golden Retriever.

Her favorite toy was a orange squeak toy.

Her favorite treat was Slim Jim.

Her favorite thing to do was play ball and hang out with dad.

Favorite memory she was always the best most friendliest dog. She was scared of thunderstorms!

Our Heart is broken and we will never forget how special she was!

We love and miss you Lil Girl!

Rest in  Peace Sady Lynn

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In Loving Memory of “Mr Shadow Man”

“Mr. Shadow Man” 1/28/98  8/22/2014   15 year 10 1/2 month old Himalayan. He was brown/cream in color.

His favorite toy was a pink mouse, a rubber band, (He knew where I kept them) and his catnip toys.

Favorite treat was whisker lickin’s chicken flavor, temptations cheezy middles, and all flavors of pounce.  He even could say POUNCE!!!  Spoiled is putting it lightly!

Favorite thing to do: He loved watching me get ready for work. He’d set on the toilet and watch me put my makeup on.  He liked to drink in the bathroom sink, and later liked me dipping my finger in water and letting him lick the water from my finger. He loved playing hide and seek with me, he like play tag with Cleopatra “his very best friend.”

He loved going on the back porch and setting on the swing with Cleopatra  feeling the air on his face, watching the birds visit the yard. He took many long afternoon naps on his little rug on the back porch. Cleopatra and Carlton were always close by napping as well.

Favorite Memory: I have many but some of my favorite memories od Mr. Shadow Man are: He was always looking for something to get into. He loved tipping the waste baskets over just to see what was in there, or maybe just because he could get a reaction from me. Shadow loved Christmas time when I would get out all the ribbons and wrapping. He was always in the middle of all the action, on the paper grabbing the ribbon, he’d tunnel under the paper then jump out to get me. Never a dull moment with my furry friend around.  He loved boxes, paper bags, but most of all he loved coming up the new ways to wake me up in the mornings. Knocking things off my desk, walking on key board, Click, click, click. If that didn’t work Shadow would put his face as close to mine until his whiskers would tickle my face, when that failed he would pull out the heavy artillery… Shadow would put the handle of my dresser and put it in his mouth and pull it back and let go of it BANG it worked every time.  Breakfast is served.   Loved how Cleopatra and Shadow  took their naps together and slept at night. We have a big void here at my house, Cleopatra and I miss “Mr. Shadow Man”  so much, but we will cross that Rainbow Bridge one day and be together once again.

Rip “Mr. Shadow Man”

Mr Shadow Man

 

 

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In Loving Memory of Apollo

Apollo was a 14 to 15 year old Mix Herding Dog and Retriever.

His favorite toy was a Harley pull tug.

His favorite treat was “GOOD BOY” treats (Milk bone) raw hide chew bones.

His favorite thing to do was Play with Boots (the neighbors cat) in the yard.

Favorite memory lying along side couch when I laid down.  Resting his nose on the couch being nose to nose with me.  HIS BEAUTIFUL SOULFUL EYES LOOKING INTO YOURS.

 

Rest in Peace Apollo

Apollo

 

 

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In Loving Memory of Memphis Belle

Memphis Belle was a 10 year 7 month and 17 day old Apple head tri-color Chihuahua.

Her favorite toy was her Easter chick that was named “Squeeky Baby”.

Her favorite treat was Bonies.

Favorite thing to do was sleep under the covers with me.  Be with family, snuggle, sleep in her bed, lay in the warm towels from the dryer, and bark at everyone who walked through the front door.  She would bark at the word “intruder”.  She was our “ADT alarm system”

Our favorite memory Memphis had  unique + awesome personality.  She would look at me with those “Big Brown Eyes” as if she was saying I love you.  I would tell her on a daily basis how beautiful she was and such a good girl!  She was my  bed snuggler+ so she got the nickname “Snuggle Bunny”.  She was a blessing in everyway.  She is my BFF + will always be in my heart.  And I will love her forever.

 

REST IN PEACE

memphis Belle

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In Loving Memory of Dre Dial

Dre was a 6 year old Pit Bull.

His favorite toy was a Rubber ball with holes so you could play tug of war.

His favorite treat was anything! He loved food!

Favorite thing to Run! He loved to run around and play, and snuggle. He loved to be on our laps even though he was 55 pounds.

Our favorite memory was all of them.  I loved everything about him especially his kisses and that he wanted to be around me every second of every day!

Rest in Peace Dre

 

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In Loving Memory of Abby

Abby was a 14 year old Chocolate Labrador Retriever.

Her Favorite toy was a tug rope.

Her favorite treat was Pizza crust.

Her favorite thing to do was ride the waves at the beach and pouncing in the sand afterwards.

My favorite memory the thump, thump, thump of her tail on the floor when I come home.

Abby P

 Rest in Peace Abby

 

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In Loving Memory of Bill “William Billiam”

Bill “William Billiam” was a  3 year old Feline,  Brown and white patch tabby.

His Favorite toy: Catnip mouse and crinkly catnip snail

His Favorite treat: Feline Temptations Dairy Bites

His Favorite thing to do: He loved sleeping in warm places. Such as on towels, blankets, on top of laundry, and especially in my lap and bed. One of his absolute favorite things to do was follow me in the bathroom while I showered so he could lay on the bathmat.

My Favorite memory: Although feline leukemia cut his life very short, there are so many good memories of Bill. He was a special cat that came in to my life right at a time when I really needed him. He was a stray near my duplex that kept hanging around. Once I let him in the house he never looked back. Bill followed me everywhere. He would sit in my lap and cuddle up as close to me as he possibly could. He slept with me every night and purred himself to sleep. Sometimes he would climb up and sleep on my back.
He had the best personality and was very sweet, smart, loving, and loyal. He was the peacekeeper between the other cats. He seemed to have a sixth sense about him. He was my baby.

william

Rest in Peace Bill

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In Loving Memory of Stray

Stray was a 10 year old Cali Coat Cat.

Her favorite toy was her tail.

Her favorite treat was turkey.

Her favorite thing to do was lay on her Mommy’s lap and talk to me.

My favorite memory, Don’t have just one there are many she would hear my car and come in the garage and be waiting at the door for me.

Stray

Rest in Peace

 

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In Loving Memory of Macie Ward

Macie was a 8 year old Boston Terrier Mix.

Her favorite toy was a squeaky toy.

Her favorite treat was turkey.

Her favorite thing to do was take a nap.

My favorite memory was Macie followed her brother, Manny, in every endeavor.  He taught her to run outside and bark at the thunder in an effort to guard the house.  She was sweet, friendly, and loving.

Marcie

 

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In Loving Memory of Fitzgerald

Pet’s name: Fitzgerald Allawishes Peabody Sayre Doeffinger
Age: 11 1/2
Breed/Type: Wire-haired dachshund
Favorite Toy: Anything fuzzy he could shred.
Favorite Treat: Sandwich cheese slice
Favorite thing to do: Anything outdoors. He loved to be outside swimming, hiking, chasing animals and sunbathing. He also was an escape artist that loved to try to figure out if the fence in any particular yard was secure. However, everyday of his life he went on “patrols” of our yard. Covering every square inch before he would come inside.
Favorite Memory: Fitzgerald was a fixture in our lives. There is no particular one memory that I can really pinpoint in that he was a part of our wedding party, lived in three states- Florida (he loved the water and chasing the lizards and frogs), Tennessee (he loved the Smoky Mountain hikes that we took him on and was particularly fond of killing the moles and opossums in our backyard), West Virginia  (he was born there and died there, he loved “home.”), slept in beds only and refused foods that other dogs would only be so lucky to eat. He had about 100 nicknames but my favorite was Mr. Deeds given to him by husband shortly after they met. He was a definitely a grab life by the horns kind of dog. He taught me so much about how short life is and how everyday should be better than the last.
Rest in Peace

Rest in Peace

Rest in Peace
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In Loving Memory of Lucy (Marie Suzanne) Huffman

Lucy was a 13 year old black shorthair cat.

Her favorite treat was part of my food.

Her favorite thing to do was lay in my arms like a baby and be rocked.

My favorite memory was to wake me with a soft paw and kiss.

Rest in Peace

Rest in Peace

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In Loving Memory of Sassy Thompson

Sassy was a ten year old American Long Hair. The strongest willed cat I have ever known.

Her favorite treat was all of them.

Her favorite thing to do was sleep and eat and being “PANKED.”

Your favorite Memory “Panking” 1/2 spank 1/2 pet on her butt.

Rest in Peace Sassy

Rest in Peace Sassy

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In Loving Memory of Tommy Thompson

Tommy was a 19 year old British Short Hair cat.

His favorite thing to do was lay on the computer’s keyboard shelf using my hand as a pillow.

Your Favorite Memory anyone’s guess. My favorite memory is Tommy’s gentleness.

Rest in Peace

Rest in Peace

 

 

 

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In Loving Memory of Annie

Annie was a 9 year old Beagle Mix.

Her favorite toy was a Teddy Bear.

Her favorite treat was Bread.

Her favorite thing to do was sleep under the covers with you, lay on your lap, and walk.

My favorite memory was her running through the Colorado River after fish.

Annie

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In Loving Memory of Sassy Gayle Johnston

Sassy Gayle was a 14 year old Pekingese.

Her favorite toy was a squeaky “Hoggy” and a hand puppet” Beaver”.

Her favorite treat was Ice Cream.

Her Favorite thing to do when she was young she loved to fight with her hand puppet when daddy put it on, when she got old and couldn’t walk she loved to go strolling “with her daddy in her stroller”.

Our Favorite Memory Sassy gave so much to us over the years that all our memories of her are good and sweet. She meant the world to us and we will never not mourn her loss.

Rest In Peace Sassy Gayle

Rest In Peace Sassy Gayle

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In Loving Memory of Brandy

Brandy was a 14 German Shepherd mix.

Her favorite toy was chew rope.

Her favorite treat was Begin Strip.

Her favorite thing to do was take walks and playing in the snow.

Our favorite memory was holding her in one hand when we first got her, playing with other dogs, I was ill and I fainted a lot and when I did she would run to me and sit down beside me until I could get help. She was the most wonderful and protective dog we ever.

Rest in Peace Brandy

Rest in Peace Brandy

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In Loving Memory of Wiggles

Wiggles was a 14 1/2 year old Boxer Pit Bull mix.

Her favorite toy was a Bone.

Her favorite treat was Beggin Strips.

Her spirit.favorite thing to do was take naps in the recliner and go for walks.

My favorite Memory was his loving smile and gentle spirit.

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Rest in Peace Wiggles

 

 

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In Loving Memory of Drywood’s Tennessee Bella

Drywood’s Tennessee Bella was a 9 year 1 month old Australian Cattle Dog.

Her favorite toy was any toy.

Rest in Peace Bella

Rest in Peace Bella

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In Loving Memory of Sam

Sam was a 17 year old Cockatiel.

His favorite toy was a white sock.

His favorite treat was crackers.

His favorite thing to do was hide behind the couch pillows and whistle until you found him.

My favorite memory was finding him standing in a plate of spaghetti with meat sauce with a noodle hanging out of his beak after returning from answering the phone.

Rest in Peace Sam

Rest in Peace Sam

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In Loving Memory of Buddy

Buddy was a 14 year old Border Collie Mix.

His favorite toy was a singing stuffed snowman.

His favorite treat was cheese.

His favorite thing to do was visit all the neighbors on a daily basis.

My favorite memory was seeing Buddy riding with the neighbors around their property in the back of the golf cart while I mowed grass!

Rest in Peace

Rest in Peace Buddy

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In Loving Memory of Samantha

Samantha was a 19 year old Siamese Cat.

Her favorite toy was a Butterfly Wand.

Her favorite treat was Fancy Feast and Tuna.

Her favorite thing to do was play with her butterfly wand and hang out with her best friend Yoda.

My favorite memory of Samantha, she had such a unique personality that all my memories of her are my favorites.  One of my best memories was how she loved for me to sing her favorite song, her eyes would brighten every time.  She was a blessing in every way and she was my best friend.

Rest in Peace

Rest in Peace

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In loving Memory Of Izzabella Grey Bowen

Izzy was a special dog from the time we got her.  She was a special needs fury friend with no elbow joints when she was born, but it never effected the  9 1/2 years we had with her.  She loved everyone with all her heart and it showed.  Izzy was a very quiet dog with very sensitive ears that could honestly hear a pin drop.  She loved her brother Sonny who passed away in January with everything she  had.  Her sister Macy is grieving for her love right now.  In addition she is survived by her brother Issac Ashworth, step brother Marco and her family that is lost without her.  You are now with your brother sweet Izzabella and we will never forget you.

Izzabelle Bpowen

 Rest in Peace

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In loving Memory of Serena

Serena

Ch. Shikara’s Mischief Brewing (1995-2011)

On the way to a dog show, a radio station played Glen Miller’s “In the Mood” as sung by chickens (actually by Ray Stevens). Serena arose from her nap and started dancing happily in her crate to the point we thought she was going to knock it over.  When we got home, we ordered the CD and played it for her.  Serena again began dancing and looking for the chicken behind the speakers, dancing all the way.  She loved that song.

Rest in Peace Serena

Rest in Peace Serena

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In loving Memory of Casper

Casper

Shikara’s Friendly Apparition (1995-2008)

Casper had a promising show career until as injury ended those dreams, but he was just as happy playing with his pink fuzzy pig.  He also appeared in several ads for a regional pet supply store as he was very photogenic and loved being held by people in funny animal costumes.

 

Rest in Peace Casper

Rest in Peace Casper

 

 

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In Loving Memory of Claudia

Claudia

Hylan Shikara’s Fuzzy Logic (1994-2009)

Claudia was a funny dog. If anyone came to visit, she would run and hide.  Only her Auntie Sunny was able to “catch”  her and play with her. Claudia liked to nibble on our necks-which is why she was named fro Claudia in interview with the vampire-but it had to be her idea to come to you and cuddle.  Once she was there, she enjoyed a good back rub.

Rest in peace Claudia

Rest in peace Claudia

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In loving Memory of Toby and Tinkerbell

Toby (2001-2013)  and Tinkerbell (1997-2013)

Tinkerbell as Toby’s mom.  They were separated for a few years, but when they reunited, they literally danced with joy!  They were inseparable for the remainder of their lives.  Tinkerbell had a hard life before she came to us, but here she had her own princess bed and a number of fluffy beds around the house.  After she died at age 15, Toby, who had been successfully battling liver ailment, spent all day and night looking for her, refusing to eat.  Sadly, he followed her in death two weeks later in the arms of his human mom.

 

Rest in Peace Toby and Tinkerbell

Rest in Peace Toby and Tinkerbell

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In Loving Memory of Nicholas

Nicholas

Al-Mar’s Sev-N-Up Float (1998-2013)

Nicholas was his mom’s Main Man. He wasn’t a cuddler, but he knew when she had pain because he would act as a heating pad by lying on her hip.  How did he know to do that? It is a Maltese trait from millennia past. But he was also “The Instigator.”  Not a person walked down the street without us knowing about it.  He looked after us all.

 

Rest in Peace Nicholas

Rest in Peace Nicholas

 

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In Loving Memory of Venus

Venus

Chalet’s Venus (1998-2014)

True to her name, Venus was a goddess of love.  She loved nothing better than to snuggle with her Daddy on the couch.  Ironically, it was her heart that gave out at the end, but her love endures.

Rest In Peace Venus

Rest In Peace Venus

 

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