Abby, we have the fondest memories of the years you shared with us. Sad, you had to leave us but we understand. Bye for now, but you didn't really leave as your memories will always be with us.
Archer was the best dog anyone could ask for. He was my closest confidant, my college roommate, and hiking buddy. He was with us when we bought our first home and started a family. Thanks Archer for giving us so many years and such happy memories. We love you
Archie you were such a sweet companion for 10 years. We miss you so much. We haven't been having many thunderstorms but it's harder to notice them when you aren't hiding behind dad from them. It was so funny how you would chase squirrels, even in your old age you ran off to catch them. I miss being able to bury my head in your fluffy fur. Archie you were the best first dog I could ask for. I miss you. We all still love you.
Our beloved Belly girl passed away very unexpectantly nearly 6 months ago on Wednesday, February 18, 2015, at the age of 13. She was our very special little girl. We loved her face with the sooo expressive, intelligent and knowing eyes, her little stubby tail that vibrated at propeller speed when she was excited about something. She had such a presence and intelligence and would be the ruler of our family of 3 dogs and 3 cats and on top of that look especially out for Mom and Dad. Even when her arthritis was beginning to really hurt and almost incapacitate her, she would hobble down the concrete steps and wait behind the garage door for my return. I had to eventually block those steps as I was afraid she would really hurt herself. As her name and figure indicates, Belly loved to eat and when Mom was in the kitchen so was she. When she was skipping her first meal in her entire life, we knew something was very wrong. It was confirmed the next day that she had only days to live. Even after nearly 6 months we still miss her so very much. She will be in...
I love you my sweet Mackie, I miss you so much and I'm so sorry you had to leave the Earth so young. I wish I had gotten more time with you sweet boy. I miss you. I'm so sorry I couldn't do more to save you but I know that you wouldn't have wanted to suffer more treatments. I keep waiting for you to bark at me when I come through the door. I keep remembering that I need to take you out but I know you're gone. Sweet boy I want you to know that you're missed and I know that the vet cried when she knew she couldn't save you. I really miss taking you for walks and with all this snow it just makes me feel worse because you aren't here to walk by and take a bite out of it. You were my first small dog and you gave me the best experience possible, I really hope I made your life good too. I just remember on that last day I was crying so hard and now I wish I would have sung to you. I am glad that I was there to hold you...
You'll always be in our hearts.
"Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened." You will be missed sweet Boo!
On Reflection of My Life with Boo There's just something about good dogs. If you've had one you know. Missing the opportunity is missing a part of the human experience. Bonds built strong over millennia of shared experience have woven our lives together so thoroughly that without doubt we are better together than alone. We tend to focus on how much we teach them - Boo could hold a steak in her cheek and not take a bite until given the word. Just one tiny trick of the many she could do. It's easy to take for granted how well they read us, how fluently they listen. But what's really amazing is not what I taught her, but what she had to teach all of us: That the best thing in life is being together. That a good adventure does wonders for the soul. That politics, religion, and race are far less important than getting along and finding happiness in each other's company. That being together makes the darkness less black and the woods not quite so spooky. That one of the best parts of our day is when we get to see each other again. Boo, if you could...
To my sweet little love Drew and my fat bet-a-boo. I miss you every day. You have me unconditional love and will forever be in my heart. You were my children and my family. May you run and be happy in heaven. Until we meet again sweet boys, I will keep you in my heart always.
Bristol was our 'lucky black cat' that we adopted when he was a tiny kitten. He had so much personality- was always talkative with us and couldn't get enough of chasing the dog's tail. We will miss him greeting us at the door and snuggling on the couch. We love you Bristol!
Rest in peace, sweet Caleb!
Cheyenne was a very sweet kitty. He would curl up when you picked him up so we called him "Cuddle Bunny" too. He had a lion-type face and meow in a low voice. He loved us and we loved him very much and miss him dearly. He will always be in our memory along with all of our precious pets who are now with him in heaven. We thank God for the time we were together.
We will all miss your sweet personality and your singing to us when we arrived. We will keep our fondest memory's of you in out hearts.
Four years ago we adopted sweet Dolce from HSPPR when she was six years old. She was such a fantastic dog, every day when we would come home she would greet us with a toy and every morning when we got up with one. Whenever we were upset, she'd do the same. The day we adopted her, she was so excited she climbed into the front seat and sat on my lap the entire way home. She was such a sweetheart. She loved going on hikes, she loved car rides. Every night her and our other dog, Lucy, would cuddle on her bed. Dolce loved when we would let her play with the hose in the summer, Dolce just loved water in general. Dolce was such a perfect dog, I love her a lot and I miss her so much. Farewell, my sweet princess...
I loved these guy and was sad by each loss. I went to the humane society looking for a male kitten. A female deaf 9 month old practically stood on her head trying to get my attention. Whammy is a blessing. She has taught me that happiness comes in many forms. Thank you pikes peak humane society. You truly do Gods work.
We'll miss you, hiker camping dog.
We got Misty from the Humane Society after the sudden death of our Zoey Sue that we also got at the Humane Society. Misty came from Boone, Colorado. The woman was hoarding animals, and thankfully, many of the animals were rescued, our Misty among them. We only had her for three years, but we watched her come out of her shell, and become a very happy dog. Her best friend was our Maine Coon cat. He missed her for a long time. Someday, we hope to meet all of our beloved pets in heaven. They are all there playing together , and waiting for us.
"IN MEMORY OF "NOEL" SULLIVAN...VERY BEST FRIEND & SOUL MATE TO MARIE." - Love, Sher
Oaks, the ultimate companion, triller, lover, - ocean-green eyes saying "I especially love you!" Love, Nan and Wally
We lost our sweet Raja two days before Thanksgiving this year. Words cannot express how deeply he's missed. He was our little boy for almost 11 years. From second grade all the way through high school and the beginning of college, he was always there for my daughter. He was a best friend whose love and companionship never wavered... the kind of unconditionally loving friend that only a sweet little kitty cat can be. I know that there's a special place in heaven for the dear little ones we lose, and Raja is there... sleeping on his favorite blanket in a beam of sunshine, or swishing his tail while birds flutter by. He'll always be in our hearts, and never forgotten. Raja, we'll love you forever. Rest easy, my pretty boy.
In November of 2002, my mom and sister found my sweet baby boy living in a house full of cats, a precious little white fluff-ball looking for his forever home. They brought him to me and my life instantly changed for the better. Every moment with Reilly was a gift. His smile could brighten even the worst possible day. He had a gentle spirit, a funny personality, a zest for life and a loving nature. He also had keen intuition about people; he knew who was good and who he needed to protect me from. We loved each other unconditionally. He never held a grudge and never failed to be ecstatically happy when I’d come home at the end of the day, even if I had to work late. When he got sick, I was devastated but he was my little trouper. Every day of his life I was so proud to call him mine, it was like I had accomplished something incredible because he turned out to be so wonderful. When I lost him on March 10, 2016, after more than 13 years of pure joy, love, laughter and dog kisses, I lost a piece of my heart. But,...
To the sweetest, gentlest cat ever; I miss you drinking out of my cup, and meowing every time I whistled-and how you crossed your legs when laying down. I know cats are supposed to be graceful, but I always got a chuckle when you ran-it was so goofy, it was cute. You got so big/strong after we rescued you from the streets. I was so sad and heartbroken when you suddenly passed-if love could have saved you, you would be alive forever. Thank you for all the great memories and companionship. I pray that I get to see you again.
Rufus Fisher was a beloved member of the Fisher family. He loved Wendy's fries, his family and most of all, his Momma. He was adopted in 1999 by Alison, and was a faithful friend, guardian and lawn mowing assistant. Rufus passed away on January 13th, 2015 and he will forever be missed by his family; they cherished him more than words could ever say. Rest in peace over the rainbow bridge Rufus.
We adopted Samantha and Cleopatra from this shelter in April 1999. They quickly became very important members of our family. Sammy was the happy-go-lucky one while Cleo was always very prim and proper. Both cats did not hesitate to remind us when meal time was near or when it was play time. When our daughters were born, they quickly let us know that they approved of the new additions to their family. The addition of our two dogs however took a bit more time. We lost Sammy on November 11th, 2008 and Cleo on December 27th, 2014. They will be missed.
I adopted Stormy from your shelter in 2003. What a wonderful, loving cat he turned out to be. He brought our family so much joy with his affectionate, happy demeanor. We will miss you so!!
Missed by everyone who knew this Regal Husky. From All Who Loved Him