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9/18/17 – 1/1/19

We only had you for two short years, but you impacted all of us, and it was an honor to know such an amazing cat. You were different, not like any cat I have ever had, but you were sweet, and never harmed another being, not even your annoying little sister. You were part of our family, you were my best friend. I will miss your nose butting mine, your adorable face when you would sleep, how when you meowed your tongue would stick out, and your companionship. You were something I could count on to make me feel better after a horrible day. Our bond was special, you were my baby, and I’ll never stop loving you. Not only did my family love you, but everyone who met you loved you. I will miss your light, your fire, you, everyday of my life.

We love you forever my best friend, our cherished one.  

-Kirrin and the Duncan family.

Until we meet you again Einstein


 I adopted Dugan in June of 2016 and that was the best day of my life. I met my best friend. He never left my side and when I was gone he would wait by the door for me. I talked to him, cried to him, I told him everything. He loved me unconditionally despite my many flaws. He slept with me every night, and when I was very sick he stayed by my side for months. He was the most loyal boy to me and it hurts so bad still to know that his life was cut so short. I know he’s waiting for me though and that makes me feel better. 

-Jenna Gonyer


Vago will be forever missed, he was our constant companion, a “best cat ever!” kind of cat.  Our home is very empty without him.  We were lucky to have been his people for 19 years!


12/24/04 – 04/28/17

I adopted Roxie from one of our local shelters, Valley Oak SPCA. She was 2 months old and the cutest little thing I have ever seen. As soon as our eyes met I knew she was the one and she knew she had me wrapped around her little paw. Roxie was the best she brought so much joy to our family and we loved her so much. As she got older her hips started giving her problems and she started having other health problems (seizures, and Cushing disease) till the dreaded day to where she lost all control of her back end,  she was 12 years old. The Vet gave us the option that we could do everything for her like carry her around with a towel and clean up after her as she was unable to hold her urine, but I knew Roxie and I know that is not the way of life she wanted as Roxie was and had always been a very stubborn and Alpha dog and that day that all of this happened you could see and feel her frustration of not being able to get around on her own. So with heavy heart I chose to put her down. It was one of the toughest decisions I have ever had to make. I miss my Roxie girl so much and am still struggling with it everyday. I know it will get easier but I will never forget her she took a piece of my heart with her. I love you Mama’s.


2/14/2004 to 9/19/2016

“I rescued Ruthie when she was one year old.  At age four she developed lumbar spine disease and underwent two surgeries.  She was such a brave little girl living with her disabilities.  I always told her how proud I was of her for being so strong.  She passed when was almost 13.  She struggled with a weakened immune system over the years but bravely kept going.  She is at rest now. Ruthie was the love of my life.” 

I love you my precious one.
Love Mom

Keahi Scruffles De La Cruz
Aug. 15, 2010 – Jan. 20, 2018  

Keahi. He was indescribable, amazing companion always by my side through the good, the bad and the ugly. The day my husband and I adopted him, I believe in my heart he chose me as his momma. My husband drove late at night to bring me this sweet shy little Shihtzu. He was sniffing around and confused. I was sitting on the floor – nervous. I was scared he wasn’t going to like me. He came , sat on my lap and kissed me. He chose me to take care of him for the rest of his life. Since then he had been at my side. We would go to the dog beaches and walk around. He would enjoy the waves hitting him and occasionally would ride a wave. He loved the beach as much as I did. Years later, while visiting my husband’s little sister at the cemetery he found his best friend, a scared little mini-pincher mix behind a trashcan. We knew we had to rescue him as well. Keahi taught Makani how to be sweet and loving and cuddle us. They both were the oddest but cutest fur babies ever. When our daughter was born, they both were so gentle with her–sniffing and kissing her little feet. When she got older, they would make her laugh and giggle.  When she learned how to walk he would go behind her just in case she fell and when we were at the beach he was always at her side protecting.  Keahi, Makani and she were the three best friends. The day Keahi left my side. It was around 10:00 at night and I only saw Makani outside- which worried me because Keahi never leaves the gated area. I got in my car and found him down the street. He had already passed after he had been struck by a car and left on the side of the road. There was no blood but his neck had been world crashed and I don’t know how long I spent on that curb crying and holding him–screaming why did my best friend leave me? That was one of the saddest days of my life. My husband was due to come home from deployment in 5 days and I had to break the news to him broke him as well. Keahi wasn’t just a doggy, he was our first ever child — first living and breathing being who depended on us. We both loved him. My daughter always asks me where he is. My poor Makani sometimes sleeps by where I now have his ashes. Keahi was not only my best friend, he was part of our family. There will never be another Keahi but having his ashes by my side in our home has helped us get adjusted to not physically having him here.

I Love You Forever My Old Bones, My Fluffster and My Best friend. 

Aloha Keahi. Until We Meet Again. 

-The De La Cruz Ohana 


Pumpkin (a.k.a. Mr. Punky Paws)
January 8th, 2016

There will never be another cat quite like Pumpkin; he was a very special companion, innocent, lighthearted, and full of joy.

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This little Man named “Mimi” has been the greatest blessing in my life. He was left behind by the previous owners to fend for himself on 16 acres.
We scored when “Mimi” became a part of our family…this sweet, sensitive, brave and bold man warmed our hearts with his calming energy and love for life.
You left us too soon but what an honor it was to have spent these past years with you.

“Mimi” will forever be in our hearts and memories.

A Hui Kaua!
Laurie, Riley and David

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Little Katie Girl
September 1999 – May 2015

Our beautiful “Little Katie GIrl”…. We will always LOVE you….like you loved us for 16 years. You were always there for your Mommy and Daddy. We will miss you sooooo much…at least you will be with Grandma….Good bye baby….

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My best friend…my companion, I love you and I miss you so much. I will never ever forget about you. You will always be in my heart. There isn’t a day that I don’t think about you. You were my happiness, my everything, my reason to smile. I remember when you were in pain, I would play you the song, “I am not Alone” by Kari Jobe, and you would go right to sleep. I still play it. I’m being strong, but one thing… no one will take your places. I love you my Tootsie and always will.

Love- your best friend,


January 21, 2015

In Loving Memory of a Very Special Friend – MISSION IMPOSSIBLE aka “Huey”


I love you so much Brownie and I miss you! You were such a sweet, smart, funny, and loving dog. You brought so much joy to our family. We all miss you. Especially, seeing you stand by the door waiting for us to come home. Those 11 years with you were the best. We made so many great memories. I will never forget you. You might be gone, but you will never be forgotten. You will always be in our hearts, and you will forever be my pet.

Your bestfriend,

October 2, 2014

Said goodbye to our sweet “Penny” on October 2nd. What a wonderful blessing she was but will be missed dearly and will always be in our hearts…

-Eileen and Micky


My Dearest Jasmine,
From the moment I saw you, I knew you and I would be bonded forever. I have had many loved pets in my lifetime and surely will have more, but our bond was beyond anything I could have ever hoped for. You were my baby, my guardian angel and my “Mommas”. Throughout our ten years together, you not only taught me what it means to love
unconditionally, but you taught me how to have faith. You consoled me through hard times, comforted me through the years of pain, and for many years you were my best and only friend. After 6 years of fighting Crohn’s Disease with you by my side, I don’t know how I never knew you too were suffering. Discovering you had terminal cancer was
heartbreaking, but finding out it was due to years of untreated Crohn’s Disease was what brought me to my knees. I’m so terribly sorry I never knew you were fighting the same battles as me. You never showed symptoms and never cried. You were full of energy and curiosity. I know you are free now from the constraints of your body, from the walls of our home, and free from pain. May you forever spend your days rolling in the dirt and chasing the butterflies. I’ll meet you there someday. I love you eternally.
-Your Mommas

July 2003 – August 2014

In loving memory of my best friend Barley.
I miss you so much.

-Don P.

Adolph “Coors” Beck
May 20, 2001 – January 3, 2014

Memories are forever, yes that is true. Many years of memories we have, what we really want is you. In life we loved you dearly, in your passing we love you still. In our hearts you hold a place, no other dog shall fill.

-Dad, Mom, Lindsey and Kourtney

2010 – 9/26/13

When you came into my life you touched my soul as no other has. You were my little feral cat and it didn’t take long before you were my best friend. Rescuing you was the best thing I have ever done. Even when we found out you had feline aids, it didn’t matter. You weren’t able to be around other cats and staying here at the office I know was very lonely for you. In your short life, you were my sunshine, as the song goes that I always sang to you. You
were very much loved by those who knew you. I would give anything to hold you in my arms again. You were my little office helper and I so miss all of your help. I pray that you are in kitty heaven and are able to be a free spirit as you so do deserve. I know in my heart that someday we will be together again. Until then Nikki, I love and miss you more than words can express.

-Your Mom

November 5, 2005 – June 3, 2013

My Beau,
Now that you are gone, I am still in a fog,
My Beau, My Pup, not just My Dog….
Wondering how my heart will heal
Without you here to physically feel.
I long to have your paw in my hand
So you would know that I understand.
Those drive thru hugs I will miss the most
So many more memories that I could boast…
I know Bella, Beatie and Gus
Are wondering where you are
But they are not making a fuss
They are waiting for you from afar.
I have my morning coffee
Waiting to see you standing
Behind the water fall rocks
You thought you were hiding
I could see in your eyes that your life was fading
And I couldn’t bare it any longer,
You were sick, we both knew it
I just couldn’t continue for you to suffer through it
So tears of sadness fill my eyes,
As I hold you, kiss you and say my last good byes.
I will love you forever
Until that day we are back together
Go jump and run with no more pain
Cause I can’t wait to see you again!!!

– Deb

January 19, 2013

A pure delight. Loving, gentle, caring and loved to eat and sleep in front of the fire place.

A doggie Garfield. He was rescue dog who had a very, very hard life and was rescued by the McCombs from Idaho (with the help of Mrs. Richard Pryor). Even though he had been beaten with a hammer and never saw the light of day for the first two and a half years of his life, he had a heart of gold. You will be missed. Ruby on the right sends her Love Too! R.I.P. good friend, we LOVE you.

– Linda K.Cline

December 14, 1997 – May 7, 2013

“My Best Friend”

-David Allen

Hy Dimensions “Strait”
December 2012

In Loving Memory of “Strait” – A gentle and kind soul.

– Lisa & Susan

2003 – 2012

Never has a pet brought us as much joy as Cody did. He was born with a heart problem. When we rescued him at 5 months of age, they told us that he would only live 2½ years. But love, care, and the blessings of God kept him with us for 9 years, 8 months and one week. He went through my husband’s horrendous illness 4 years ago with us; and until he was too ill, he kept a check on his “Papa”. He gave us so much more than we could ever give him. We have never been affected by the loss of a pet as we were with Cody, even though ALL our pets have been loved completely. I would like to tell you that it was really comforting for us when we brought him home in his little box. He belonged to our daughter and her husband, but Papa and I had “joint custody”.

-Ralph and Sandi Holman
-Don and Rosalie Mazey


To my beloved companion, confidant and friend,
It took a couple years of hissing, biting and scratching for you to realize what I knew from the moment I first saw you; that you would be always safe and loved in my presence. After that, you were my constant companion, forever underfoot, on my lap or pinning me down to the bed. You were such a wild labor of love that payed off in the end in ways I never expected and could’ve only have imagined. My capacity for love grew a thousand times over in the time we had together and my greatest comfort is that I was there with you in the end. I could never replace you even though my heart yearns for a new soul to give all this love to. There’s going to be another cat in my life soon, and he will be overwhelmed daily by all of the love he receives. That cat will have you to thank. I have you to thank, too, for all of the love, memories and lessons you taught me, like cat’s can play fetch and how to be patient. You are sorely missed and eternally loved.

-Papa Jason

1996 – 2012

“Goodnight sweet Princess. And flights of angels sing thee to thy rest.”

-Mom & Dad

12/05/00 – 5/31/12

“Barley Boy” we miss you so much!! You were our first child. We miss how you would always be there at the back door to greet us and then barge your way into the house. Your dad misses his hunting companion and the kids miss there swimming partner. Maddy misses your sweet kisses and her partner in crime. Your mom misses her 100lb lap dog. Not a day goes by that ALL of us don’t think of you. You were a sweet dog. We know that you are able to run and play again. Our hearts are broken, but we know that you are in a better place. We will see you again at the Rainbow Bridge.
Dad, Mom, Kate, Cal, Maddy, & Ellie

December 1992 – March 2011

You have such a special place in our hearts, Ollie. Your sweet yet mischievous manner kept us entertained. We miss your burrowing under the covers at night and your soft cuddles. You had a way of looking into our souls with your intense stares. You were so incredibly beautiful and outgoing. We know that you are making new friends in your resting place now.

-Judy and Joe

April 4, 2010 – September 11, 2011

Dexter you came into our lives and touched our hearts in so many ways. You will forever be missed. We will never forget our time with you. May you run with Bruiser.

All our love,
The Olson Family

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