Memorials

Pico

Pico, Mama’s Boy, My Tiny Love…I will miss you with every breath I take, until I take my last! You gave me joy and love beyond what I can find words for. Our beloved pets, blessings from heaven, are sent to us when we need them most. You gave me something to look forward to every day….Your Loving Mama–Joanna McCarty


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Rico

Rico 1986-2003. You were my best friend for 17 years. Not a day goes by that you aren’t missed.–Jacqueline Haley


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Sensi

We miss you more than words could ever express. You were everything to us and we just can’t believe that you are gone now. We love you and we will all be reunited again some day. Until then little one, may you find love and happiness in the cosmos. Every night sky will remind us of you and just how…


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Patches

December 17, 2001 – May 6, 2014 Patches was born on my late younger brother Mike’s birthday the year he died of cancer. I truly believe Patches came to us to help me with my grief. She loved both my husband and I and was always there for a “Patchy Adventure” to Dairy Queen, testing out newly made quilts, and…


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Rain

My husband and I first met Rain in August of 2005 shortly after moving into our first house. After searching Petfinder.com for weeks, we finally found her available for adoption at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona. We instantly fell in love with her sweet face just from her pictures online. As I was driving there to meet her in…


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Cleo

No words can describe how different life is without you. There is no one at the door watching me when I leave for work in the morning and no one greeting me when I get home at night. I was always so happy to see you and you were always so happy to see me. No matter what, I wanted…


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Happy

Happy, you will be dearly missed. I saw the love and light in your eyes. I am so sorry I was not able to do more for you. I will always miss you and I will never forget you. You will always be in my heart.–Lori Mehl


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Ariane and Grace

From Flush: A Biography by Virginia Woolf: “Low creatures — my dogs — lead to heights of love.”–William Pordy, M.D.


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Symba

Symba was our little man. He had his own “big boy” attitude. We had him from a puppy and I always took him to work with me at the insurance agency and the customers just loved him. He had a curly tail that everyone just loved to try and uncurl. He recently learned the “kissy, kissy dance,” as we called…


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