Memories from loving pet families
Bailey changed who I was. Taught me how to love and be more patient. When we first got her I wanted to get rid of her. I don’t remember when it was but one day we were like peas and carrots. She was my shadow and comforted me when I was down. She loved being under my wife’s foot while she cooked. My life will not be the same without her. - Joey Kuchler
Where to start? They are SO many amazing memories of my wonderful furbaby, companion Baby! I owned Baby since she was 6 weeks old and I was just 5 years old myself! She was 23 years old when I had to have her put down. 23 years old!! That is a miracle and achievement in its self, wow! Baby was my companion, bestfriend, comforter, and most importantly my furbaby!! I miss her SO much!! Like I said we grew up together. She was my show cat for 6 years in a row at the Country Fair and won every year. She was the best in show, best of opposite sex, and sometimes she got most colorful. She was there to always comfort me in hard times and she was always the first one to greet me at the door! She was playful, fiesty, loving, compassionate, and oh so very strong!! She had a foot fetish LOL, where she would love to maul your feet and play with them! She was the best cat and companion anyone could ask for! I love you Baby!! Fly high my beautiful Baby, until we meet again one day at the Golden Gates!!! ❤ - Shantel Lewis
Keylo passed away suddenly on January 31st. He was my best friend. A pain in the butt at times but a happy mama's boy. He loved his kid Rylynn, hogging the bed, green beans, belly rubs and stealing toilet paper. I miss you always being in the way when I was trying to cook and clean. You were in our lives for 12 years, wish it would have been 12 more.
Beau, my soul mate and one of the biggest loves of my life. His loyalty and love were more than anyone deserved. I miss him so much it hurts!!! We love you Beau! - Kimberly Kunce
My beautiful girl Jilly was not only my service dog but she was my best friend. She went everywhere with me, and we liked to travel the United States. Jilly would come up to me everytime I got on the computer and start talking to me as if to say "You have been on the computer long enough take me for a walk". when ever she greeted someone it was an automatic tail wagging and butt wiggling moment, she loved people unconditionally. However, if you were mean to her once she would remember that and never again would you get any loving. I have had many large dogs growing up and they were all great but Jillian was the best. I feel so empty without her... - Brenda Anderson