Remy was a gift sent to our family in a time of need. He brought much love and joy to our family. His life was too short, but we will always treasure the wonderful memories we have of him. Remy was a loyal companion not only to our family, but also to his sister Maggie.
She, as well as us, will miss his love and friendship tremendously. Remy, we know you are in heaven with our precious baby girl, Olivia. We will always love and remember your sweet face and cute personality!
Mommy, Daddy, Jordan, Max, and Cole
Words can’t explain how much we miss you. You’ll be in our hearts for ever.
Elaine & Onell
Peppie was the best friend,compainion anyone could ever want. He was loyal, and very much dedicated to me,he was there by my side no matter what was going on in my life, he was there. Peppie you was more then a dog to me,you was my child with paws. You know I will always Love and miss you, there will never be a day when you wont be on my mind. You were one tough man.
My girl, Molly May taught an animal lover all about true love. I got Molly May when she was 3 weeks old. The most beautiful rottie. Molly May grew up to be her mom’s perfect rottie. March 2009 Molly May was diagnosed with bone cancer and the fight began. She had her front leg removed and showed us all how she could move on like nothing happened. Then on September 18 a tumor was found on her spine. Steroids gave us 6 more weeks together. In those six weeks I only left her side to go to work. I carried her and loved her. As hard as I fought to keep her alive, Molly May fought harder to stay with me. In the end I had to do what was best for her and let her go. My girl will always be in my heart and there will never be another perfect rottie, Molly May will forever carry that title. To my perfect, brave girl you will always be loved and forever missed. Mom, Gran, Kelsey Belle, Abbie, Maggie and Tronco
My beautiful retired racing greyhound, “Osh Kosh Kayla”, left this world due to Osteo sarcoma on 12-14-09 at the age of 11+ years old. After retirement from the Mobile , AL. racetrack, Kayla still loved to run like the wind, and then spend the day relaxing on her bed. She was as soft as a bunny rabbit with big brown eyes and a kind temperament – she never even barked. Please consider adopting a greyhound…they are wonderful pets.
Sadly missed by Susan Gros, Midnight and Pepper.
May 3, 1995 – July 24, 2009
Stormy Baby, you were so special to me. I know you were so pretty and I will always smile when I think of you. You were a gift in my life.
Love always, Barbara
Zoie Louise Nicholls MacLain,
August 7, 1996 – August 24, 2009
We love and miss you our cajun princess. We’ll meet you at the rainbow bridge.
LaylaRay my love you were a part of our life for thirteen wonderful years.
The day I saw you was the day you had me from hello You broke every myth there was about Pit Bulls. You were kind, gentle, loving, and so beautiful. Everyone who ever came in contact with you fell in love with you. I look forward to seeing you again when my time comes. Remember We Will Always Love You.
Love Always, Brother Jack
Wigster, you have been my best friend and will always be my best running buddy.
You will always be in my heart – I run with my heart – I run with you.
Chloe, called a Lemon Beagle, a precious breed name for my precious little dog.
One of four dogs, you were my favorite with your antics of hiding in your snuggle bed and
vocally recognizing any and all visitors and notifying me when meals were late! You gave me fourteen years of unquieted love and joy! I will always miss you, my little love! Until I join you on the Rainbow Bridge – take care, Little Love.
JULY 12,1990 – SEPTEMBER 28, 2009
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE 19 YEARS OF UNCONDITIONAL LOVE, MEMORIES AND JOY YOU GAVE ME. ALTHOUGH THE TEARS STILL FLOW EACH DAY I KNOW YOU ARE IN A BETTER PLACE. YOU WERE THE FIRST OF MY 5 BABIES AND I MISS YOU TERRIBLY. DAYS ARE VERY HARD BECAUSE YOU ARE NOT HERE FOR YOUR TREATS AND NOT HERE WATCHING ME GET DRESSED IN THE MORNINGS. AND ALL OF THOSE SPECIAL THINGS YOU DID I FEEL BETTER KNOWING YOU ARE PERCHED IN YOUR BEDROOM IN THE BRIGHT SUNSHINE THAT YOU LOVED SO MUCH AND I CAN KISS YOU AND TELL YOU I LOVE YOU I MISS YOU Sooooooooo MUCH BUT WE WILL BE TOGETHER AGAIN MY BULLY DOODLE BUG FOREVER LOVED – NEVER FORGOTTEN – SADLY MISSED
MY LOVE ALWAYS, MOM
No words, no pictures could ever tell your story or even begin to do it justice.
You were so loving, funny, and sweet. Cushing’s took your body from us, and left a huge hole in our home. You stole our hearts when you became our baby 12 ½ years ago, and you will remain in our hearts forever. The pain of losing you is worse than we could have imagined, but we bear it proudly for the privilege of loving you and being your family.
Until we meet again at Rainbow Bridge, rest well and be at peace my darling girl.
With Love from your family: Mama, Daddy, Rooney and Rosie
Today, Sunday, 10/4/09 a wonderful member of God’s creatures who wandered into my life,
into my heart and connected to my soul made his transition to eternity. His name is Bandit and how appropriate, he would steal your heart. A partially paralyzed dog that had no idea of how to give up, how to stop living, how to stop loving and how to stop encouraging his extended K9 family as well as his human friends. Bandit taught me thru trials I can persevere and I am stronger than I realize; he taught me how to give thanks and be happy during the most difficult trials; he taught me how to put my weakness aside to care for humans and K9s in need. He taught me with disabilities strength is born, courage is sowed, faith will flourish, prayers really do work and life is truly worth living. You see this wonderful creature had no favorite toy, for him there was no substitute for the joy of life, the joy of giving, the joy of love felt from a pat on a back, a hug and a giggle from a child and acknowledgment from a stranger; the roar of trucks, motorcycles and thunder spoke to him in a language that only he could understand. To spend time with Bandit was to experience the spirit of someone higher than I, to look into his eyes and see God reflection on his face is an overwhelming experience. Today heaven gained another wonderful creature whose spirit shall remain with me always and his paw prints shall forever be imbedded on heart. Thank you Bandit for the lessons of simplicity, of love, of acceptance, of perseverance and until we meet again, may you enjoy the green pastures of eternity and the completeness of wholeness.
God Speed my wonderful friend, God speed!
To the best friend that I have ever had. We will miss you forever our baby boy you gave us so many years of happiness and we hope we did the same for you. 11 years we came home and you were always there for us. You gave us a beautiful litter of pups. I thank God for all the years he blessed us with your friendship and love and will never forget you. The only happiness I get is that I know you and your baby boy are together again give Achilles a kiss for us my baby boy hopefully we will be together again someday.
Love Daddy, Mom, Jr, and your 2 girls Tinky and Momma
The following poem was presented to us by Ms Tupper several years ago.
I think it is pretty and would like to share it with you.
In Loving Memory of Sony
I lost a special friend
Who meant a lot to me
A true companion, always there
He was a dog, you see.
If I poured trouble out to him
It seemed he understood.
He’d lick my hand as if to say
“I’d help you if I could.”
He was so glad when I’d come home
His tail would wag with glee
I think he waited all day long
For one small pat from me.
He asked for little – gave so much
As at my feet he’d lay.
How much I miss him, no one knows
The ache is there each day.
Within my heart I always knew
That all good things must end
And I’m grateful for the memories,
Sleep well, my little friend.