Anna was a real sweetheart, she always had tons of kisses, all you had to do was get near her and she’d smother you with them!
She always tried to please us, even in her last days, she would bring her toys to us and wanted to play…about those toys; she knew each and every one of them by name, ask her to get her teddy bear, Santa, Prancer, Rudy, etc., and she’d look through them and bring the right one! Ask her to squeak her toys, she’d squeak em, not sure how she knew what the word “squeak” meant, but she did.
She lost her brother “Indy” this past July, she mourned him a lot, leaving her toys where he used to sleep.
This dog has so much love and personality, she will be missed for the rest of our lives…she and her brother took parts of our hearts with them across the Rainbow Bridge, and that’s fine, they earned them.
RIP sweet Anna, we love and miss you!
G, you were my best friend. I can proudly say you were the absolute coolest cat there ever was, ever will be. You turned cat haters into lovers. Although you left Lady and Rocko behind the house seems empty without you! I didn’t realize it then, but the day I saved you from being abandoned was one of the greatest things I’ve ever done. I honestly think as much as you needed me, I needed you too! RIP sweet boy. I love you so much!
2 1/2 years ago we chose to make a difference for an old lady that was at Southside Animal Shelter. We adopted her in hopes to be able to give her a few good months, knowing that it may not be long before we have to say goodbye. She surprised us all! With lots of TLC, good medications, and the right care, she had a couple of wonderful years with us. Sadie had a playful side and loved snuggles. She was quite demanding for affection and really enjoyed the good life. Sadie will forever be in our hearts.
Teak, beloved cat and trusted friend, died April 12, 2016, following a six-month struggle with illness. He was twenty years old. Teak was treated for kidney dysfunction and chest congestion at Noah’s Stop 11 Animal Hospital. He had also developed an unknown neurological disorder that caused seizures in the sunset of his life. Affectionately known as Scooby to his closest friends, Teak enjoyed seafood, bird watching and long naps in his window bed. He had become a “freshwater Conch,” a term used in Key West, Florida, to describe northerners who become locals. Teak would change his call sign to the “Southernmost Cat” when in Key West, a reference to the nearby naval air station. He held a lifetime appointment as senior project supervisor and lead investigator of the household, and enjoyed relaxing with his favorite toys from a store at Clinton Square in old town Key West. A seasoned traveler, Teak had been as far south as Florida and as far west as Kansas, and he modestly preferred standard hotel rooms over suites. Teak is preceded in death by Kaya Anne, his longtime cat-panion. He is survived by Joseph Thompson and Joshua Sullivan.
Molly, you were our baby for 15 and 1/2 years. Your favorite chair is so empty. You were such a sweet and good girl. We miss you so much. .
Tony the Tiger
Tony the Tiger, was our sweet handsome big gentle tiger cat and our precious purr baby. He was a former shy abandoned stray, who chose us to be his pet parents and he gave us his unconditional love for the last 14 years. He loved to lay with us and he would snuggle-up close, while running his very loud purr motor the entire time. Tony, was the only one of our cats to ever grant us, the honor of petting his beautiful tummy too. Although, we our missing him so much,we are so glad that he is free from his pain. We feel so grateful, for the many years of happy memories, snuggles and loud purrs, we shared with our sweet amazing boy kitty!! We will always love you and keep you in our hearts forever, our precious boy, Tony the Tiger!!
On December 19th, we lost a piece of our hearts. Our fluffy, sweet, huffy girl, Reggie, unexpectedly passed away. It still doesn’t feel real, especially in the mornings, because you just get used to the routine: looking down to step over her, her watching you from the doorway while you brush your teeth & hair and then her starting to lick your hand when you’re too slow putting your socks on. Life feels just a little emptier without her bossing us around. Our little Reggie Bear with your chicken nugget legs, you’re such a good girl and you will be missed beyond what we could ever express. We love you always. “In sunlit fields I play. And I will wait patiently at the bridge, ’till we meet again, someday.”
We had no idea that you were so sick Petey. We loved you so much and miss you every day. I made chicken today and Allan talked about how you would have loved the bites you would have gotten! Wait for us at the bridge Petey and give Wilma and Dakota big hugs from us. We will all be together one day….
Cooper & Sadie
I came home today and for a moment expected to see your smiling faces. The house just doesn’t feel the same. Thank You for your unwavering Love, for being there when I just needed a hug and kiss, for making us laugh at your silliness, and for making us feel safe. Mom and I miss you and hope to see you again some day. Love You Cooper and Sadie xoxoxo