Pet Memorials

SOPHIE MERRY

 June 21, 2001 – September 3, 2017

Sophie was sent to us from heaven, she was found, with her brother in a ditch, hungry and abandonded. For sixteen years she was best friend, confidant, and loving companion. Never a purer spirit could be found here on earth. We will love and honour her always…wait for us dear Sophie

MARLEY – August 5, 2017

August 5th my Marley boy sadly passed to Rainbow Bridge.
At only 6 years old he was too young to go. Had so much life left but I am blessed that the life he had was a loved one. Everyone adored him. He was such a loving laid back cat. Always wanted attention from anyone and everyone. The house just isn’t the same without him. Empty without his meows. We will miss you always.

Rest in Paradise sweet boy.

CHER –  July 4, 2017

This morning our hearts broke into a million pieces. The most beautiful, kind and gentle soul crossed over the Rainbow Bridge. Our sweet Cher finally lost her battle with Cancer. Our gentle girl came from terrible beginnings and fought many a battle with Cancer but this one we could not win. Over the past month she slowly went downhill but in the last couple of weeks it was really fast. The Rainbow Bridge surely did gain an Angel today. My sweet Cherie Berry or Cher Bear you have left the biggest hole in our hearts. I will miss that gentle nudge when you wanted my attention or when you would come into the bath room after I got out if the shower with a stuffie in your mouth and wagging your tail and as soon as you got the kiss on the top of your head and each side of your precious face you went and laid down and waited till I finished…I know you dad will miss when you laid at his feet and put your paw up his leg and dug in with you nails all the way down to get his attention. Run Pain Free my Sweet Cherie Berry. We will always Love You

OUR BELOVED AMBER – May 14, 2017

Amber was a beauty; she lived to be twenty,
She was more than a pretty face; she was feisty.
Her fur was soft with a silken sheen,
Her stride was majestic and she was called ‘the Queen’.
Her eyes were amber, so we named her so,
Her coat had the colours of autumn glow.
She loved our garden and spent time in the sun,
But when she brought home live mice, it was no fun.
One day she surprised us when she climbed up our maple tree,
We couldn’t figure out how to set her free.
With bated breath we waited patiently,
While she enjoyed the view from the tall tree.
Our queen then decided to come down in royalty,
With no regrets for this odyssey.
She loved the smell of sausages, that she would grab it from our plate,
And hide it from our sight, while she secretly ate.
She would watch from upstairs, as I drove in the driveway,
And when I open the door, she would be there, lovingly waiting to greet me in the hallway.
When I talk to her, she would reply with a nod and a ‘murr’,
This convinced me that she understood every word I said to her.
Her love was unconditional,
Her companionship irreplaceable.
Dear Amber, you have left us now and we are far apart,
But you will always have a place in our loving heart.

Suja Mani
May, 2017

ANNIE – February 22, 2017

My beautiful Annie was such a character her whole 14 and a half years – I am not sure what my life would have been like without her – she was the first of my three Newfies and the last one to leave us – she helped me raise her brothers, Diesel and Cruiser, into the great companions they became – all three were such different characters – each special in their own way and all together were such a joy in our life. She was such a loving dog, always there when I needed a hug or a giggle, and I am forever grateful for the time I was allowed on this earth with them.

I know they are all together now over the Rainbow bridge and have met up with our Janie and all of them are playing happily and watch over us still. Forever missed and never forgotten.

Lynn & Gary

JANIE – January 26, 2017

Our Janie came into our lives as a foundling – she wandered up the driveway one day and never looked back – she found us and her forever home. Janie, despite her early life, came to us still full of love and trust that perhaps all people were not going to treat her badly. There was always a look of pure love and gratitude when she gazed at you with her liquid brown eyes – she was truly a beautiful soul and we loved her dearly. We miss our Janie every day but know that she had a good home, a good life and many many years of love from us and we from her – she truly brought joy to our lives every day.

Lynn & Gary

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