Cinnamon bear, I’m sorry you had to go; but relieved you and Spice are together again. We love you and miss you both, and await the day we will all be together!
— Mom (Mary Selep) and Crimson and Clover
To my Cleo. You will forever be loved and remembered. You made my life better. Thank you for waiting until I could hold you to leave. I will miss you.
— Daddy (Ken Brazle)
May you run with the wind, eat lots of milk bones, and when tired rest you head on a cool smooth stone. And when Windy gets there, show her the ropes.
Rest easy sweet Bill.
— Love, Rick, Ursula and Rodi
Our sweet baby boy, who was the love and light of our life. You will be missed so much. Words are hard to express how much you enriched our lives.
— Mom, Daddy and Jackson (David and Chris Cash)
Sixteen years with our wonderful boy — so vocal — white fur everywhere — forever in our memory on Bumpa’s chair, under the couch, and under the Christmas tree.
– Love, Mom and Dad (Barbara and Ralph Porter)
Cokey, my sweet guiding angel, we shall be together again someday. Thank you for your endless love and wonderful companionship.We will always miss you and love you.
— Mike, Jane, Jessica, Lisa, Chad, Eric and Jason
You will always be our dearest Christmas angel. Thank you for sharing your short time here with us. We love and miss you.
— Kelly and Chris Carlson
You showed up one day, a feral dog. I will always remember how you ran to the car to greet me. I miss you.
— Paula Gabay
We miss those “chirps” and your help scrapbooking. We will look for those beautiful eyes at Rainbow Bridge!
— Love, ShirleyAO, Johnsons and Epps (Shirley Owens)
Special little survivor, my heartbeat.
— Ellie Waldron
You were such a tough little guy! How could we have known to look for danger from above? I love and miss you, Crawford.
— Pam and Harley (Pam Pescosolido)
You were a wonderful companion and friend, and you live on in my heart.
— Sally Powell
My big, soft Stooge. I miss having you sacked out on my chest, bruxing away while I brushed your soft curly hair. I'll miss our time together.
— Paul Götz
Curtis Mae, our little “Silent Partner,” you are so very loved and missed. We carry you with us in our hearts every day. Till we meet again.
— Mom and Dad (Lethia and Ed Morgan), David and the Pups
Music: “The Dance of the Blessed Spirits” from the opera Orfeo, by Christoph Gluck.