My dear Wally ...

"Wally"
Wally was 13 years 1 month when he travelled the path to rainbow bridge without me. One of the only trips he ever made on his own.
He was the love of my life, slept in my bed with me and loved me unconditionally. He loved birthday parties, wearing hats, and being with me.
I miss him so much.
Pam

Loving Milo forever ...

"Milo Keller"
Milo Keller was born July 10th, 1994. Milo left his Daddy and Mommy on August 6th, 2011. We called him Milo Keller because he was a family member to us both. He was our baby! Even though he was 17 years old. Milo was the joy in both of our lives.
Milo was the cutest cat in the litter of kittens. My son brought him to me where he and his brothers and sisters lived and right away I told my son that we were taking him home because this is not a way to live for a kitten. We brought Milo home, and he got his name from the movie “The Adventures of Milo and Otis,” which we had just watched.
The day that Milo left us, we both looked into his eyes and told him that we will be together again one day. I hugged him and kissed both his ears, which he loved, and kissed his little head 3 or 4 times, and off he went to sleep with the angels’ kitties in heaven.
Milo had a brother at home, Whiskers Keller. They were like two peas in a pod. When we arrived back home from the vet, we told Whiskers, “Your brother is in heaven, baby, but we’ll see him again one day.” Later, I was sitting on the living room couch and my husband was in the kitchen, when we both heard a cat meow, just once. He asked me if I heard that, and I said “Yes!” It wasn’t Whiskers, because I was looking at him cleaning his paws at the time. My husband and I came together and hugged, and he told me that it was Milo asking God if he could just one more time say goodbye to his Mommy and Daddy. I just cried when he said that. But I believe it to be true. Milo was saying goodbye to us all one more time.
Milo, Mommy and Daddy will never forget you and never stop loving you. You are and will always be a part of the Keller Family. Always loving you Milo … forever! You brought us so much love, and always will!
(Daddy) John K.
(Brother) John K. Jr.
(Mommy) Julie K.
(Cat Brother) Whiskers K.
All our love will bring us back together one day, Milo Keller!

Milo's Story


Missing Rudy ...

"Rudy"
A gray day today. How fitting. Will the sun ever be as bright or the sky as blue?
We’ve never known how old you are, Rudy. But for over eleven years you have been my constant friend and companion. From the day I took you home on the train from Boston you have been a joy. You have helped me through some dark and lonely times and shared some of the best.
So many people love you. You’ve brought us all immeasurable joy. You have been the center of this house and it won’t be the same without you. I’ll miss morning coffee on the couch rubbing your tummy. And our walks around the yard together.
Don’t forget to look for me when it’s my time to join you. We will forever be your family and will miss you always.
Dad, Mom, John, Jess, Jen and Kayden

For Rex ... be at peace ...

"Rex"
Rex passed away on 15/08/2011 at 14:15. He was 12 years old. He will be sadly missed by best friend and owner Ray. Rex was always grumpy but had a bad early start to life. I knew him well. He knew Tara and Booser, also now in rainbow bridge and now in the gallery. They were good friends. He will be sadly missed. He passed away as a result of an operation to sort his teeth out. He always had a weak heart and could not cope with being put under for the operation. He will be missed by Ray and Jason and doggie friends Stella, Millie, Nellie.
Goodbye Rex. A great bright star on this mortal coil of life has gone out, and is reborn a true part of nature at rainbow bridge.
God bless my little boy, play well and be at peace.
Lots of licks and hugs from daddies Ray and Jason

Sadly missed ...

"Hooty"
Hooty passed away August 8, 2011. We don't know how old you were really but for the past 5 years you have blessed our lives to have you in it. When we first saw him we thought he was an owl sitting on the grass, till he got up and we saw he was a cat. That's how he got the name Hoot.
It was a sad day for all of us. We will miss you until the day we are all together again.

Hooty's Story

"2-Mo"
2-Mo was 10 years old, we found him on March 3, 2001. He couldn't have been more than 3 or 4 weeks old. His momma must have not had the milk to feed him but we had another female that had kittens so we just added him in there with her. I have written his story and will send you a picture of him. I was all the time taking his picture. The day after I had Hoot put to sleep we had been waiting for some new furniture, they were to deliver it that day. I had been doing a lot of house cleaning before they came and I had my laundry basket on top of the dining room table. 2-Mo hated the vacuum and always would hide, and I’d go in and there he’d be in the laundry basket like “you can't get me here I am hiding.”
When he went missing, we looked for him for 4 days, and that’s what kept going thru my mind that he was only hiding from some stray dogs that were roaming in the neighborhood. I had been trying to look under each house and porch in the neighborhood but I didn’t find him. I kept hoping. Then I went to a house 2 doors down and I found him. I screamed for my husband and my daughter. My husband went in and got you out, but it was too late, you had been badly hurt, we think by stray dogs, and you were gone. We don't know what happened but we know that you are with your brothers Thunder and Hoot. And one day we will all be together again when we cross that bridge.

2-Mo's Story


My precious Huey ...

"Huey"
July 8, 2007 – March 15, 2011
This is my precious Huey who left us way too soon.
Mommy misses you so much sweet baby Badu. Now you really are my special angel.
Angela Nelson

My beloved Whiskey ...

"Whiskey"
July 4, 2003 – July 26, 2011
This is my beloved “Whiskey.” He was born July 4, 2003 and passed on July 26, 2011.
Whiskey was my pack leader, he was always looking out for me. I could always count on him. He could make me laugh with his clownish ways. He was a true friend all the way up to the end. I miss him so dearly.
Carolyn Loope

In memory of my wonderful dogs ...

"Ben"
January 1993 – 9 November 2008
Our beloved pet.
"Coco"
September 1994 – 16 May, 2011
"Motzi (Maci)"
3 September, 1994 – 7 October, 2011
In memory of my wonderful dogs – Coco passed away at 17 years of age and Maci died at 18 years of age. I want to thank God firstly for creating such wonderful friends for us and I am so grateful for the love and faithfulness they have given me. This was my family. Although they have given me much joy their passing was the saddest moment which will be with me forever.
Especially Maci with his quirky little ways. I constantly see his face as he used to lie on the couch opposite us and if I had Coco in my lap he would look up and it was almost as if he was saying “What are you doing with him in your lap – get rid of him and just love me.” But they were really good buddies when it came to the crunch. Now they are buried side by side in my back yard and I am hoping they are frolicking somewhere at Rainbow Bridge together. May God bless them and love them forever – I miss them both terribly even though now I have two new little dogs and they are so willing to give me their love and I am willing to receive it, but nothing can take the place of Coco and Maci. They were very special and I will never forget them. They were family and truly our kids.
“THE ONLY PAIN YOU EVER CAUSED WAS THAT YOU LEFT US”
Eva (Mommy)




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