Memorials

In this section, you will find an honour roll for all of our beloved companions listed in alphabetical order by the first name. Please click on the letters to see the memorials that have already been added.

Animal friends will be remembered on our Today We Remember page on the anniversary of their death.

Animal friends that passed away within the last 3 years will also be remembered on our Facebook page. Please note that only memorials with a photo included and the date of death recorded can be shared on Facebook.

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Daddy Rabbit

20/03/09 - 05/09/16

Rest In Peace Daddy Rabbit. I miss having you in the house in winter. You're in bunny heaven now playing with your wife (mummy rabbit), daughters (coco & nibbles). You were so loved by all the family and all vet nurses that have treated you over the years, I love you and I miss you. Sleep tight, my little baby. you have now been reunited with Mummy Rabbit, Coco, Daddy Rabbit Freckles & Sparky at Rainbow bridge hope you will waiting for me to join you all one day. Sleep tight love you Xx

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Daisy

Unknown - 10/08/17

Run fee little Daisy. so sweet and innocent.. I hope Mia was waiting to comfort you.. All your brothers and sisters have been adopted.. Thank you for the love and purrs , and we will never forget you..

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Daisy

Unknown - 17/07/20

I rescued Daisy in 2006. Late one afternoon I was out driving and turned down a side street. I slowed down when passing a police car and glanced over as I passed by, I saw someone holding down a small white dog. Something about the dog stayed with me that night and I decided to call veterinarians the next morning. The second one I called had her and told me she had a broken leg and head wound. Her then owner did not want her and was going to have her put to sleep. I stopped them and paid her bills and she was signed over to me. Daisy did not end up just taking a piece of my heart over the years she took all of it. The last few years have not been easy on her. She ended up with arthritis in both front legs, I guess from all of her running and jumping. I built ramps for her to get on the couch and the bed, I did everything I could to give her the freedom and ability to do things. I took her to laser therapy 3 times a week for the arthritis. Every morning I picked her up and carried her down the stairs to the backyard, I sat on the steps and waited on her to do what she wanted. If it was raining I wore a rain coat and held the umbrella over her. When I would go to pick her up she would jump up a little with her front legs to help me. She knew she could not jump out of my suv so she would walk into my arms and I would put her on the ground. She had to be with me at all times and slept next to me her whole life. When she was younger and I would sit in the recliner she would walk along the back of the couch and lay on the arm rest. I attached one of the pictures of her doing that. She would sleep there and just watch me. I usually ended up moving her to the recliner with me where she would fall asleep in my lap. When I would get home from work she would greet me at the basement door, always so happy to see me. She loved to lay on the back of the couch and look out the window all day, I even tinted the windows to protect her eyes. She did not like to have her picture taken and would sometimes turn her head away. If there was a clicking or flash it scared her and she would start shaking. She was afraid of storms and fireworks. I have had other dogs in my life but she was different, there was something very special about her. The whole 14 years I had her she never growled at me or the vet, she just wagged her tail and was always happy. She loved to bark and she had a different bark for whatever she saw. I would always know if it was someone or another animal. I miss her so much. I talk to her pictures and box if ashes next to my bed several times a day. Losing her was the hardest thing I have ever been through. I did my best to keep her safe and protected. I was so scared for her when I got the news she was not going to make it. My life has felt so empty without her in it. I do not even know how many times a day I cry when I think about her. Some little memory of something she did and there I will go crying again. I would have done anything and given anything to make her better. She did not deserve to be in pain and it hurt me that she was. I loved Daisy with all of my heart. I pray for her to be safe, protected and loved every day. If I am seeing things that is okay but several mornings I have woken to see her sitting on the bed watching me. I have seen her out of the corner of my eye walk into the living room. I felt her touch her nose to the back of my leg when I was in the kitchen. She would do that to let me know she wanted to treat. I never thought about my life with her. Everything happened so fast with her passing, I had no time to think. I was so devastated and heartbroken. I also pray every night to please let me be with Daisy when I die. She was my world and I feel so lonely without her. It's not the same sleeping in the bed without her next to me. Coming home is not the same now. My house does not feel the same. I bought this house because of the big back yard and it's very close to work. I thought about her in everything I have done over the last 14 years. If I went anywhere over and hour she went with me. I always made sure I had a jug of water and food. I did not care if I went hungry but she was not going to do without. I am so scared because she had separation anxiety when I was away from her and I felt the same way. Now I am here alone and all I can do is pray she is safe. I hope she is okay. I do not care what happens to me I just want Daisy to be okay.

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Daisy

21/10/04 - 17/02/18

Our darling Daisy, we loved you so much, you will never ever be forgotten, you were such a wonderful girl...rest happily , chasing as many pigeons as you want, watching and barking at the TV to your hearts content, and laying in the warm sunshine snoring your lovely little head off...we will miss you and love you forever '-'-'-

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Daisy

23/12/03 - 10/08/16

My little Daisy dumpling was knocked down and killed and left on the roadway right outside our house, thankfully a kind friend and neighbour took my little girl in until I got home. She looked like she was sleeping but sadly not. I have cried so many tears. My poor wee girl loved her life, her daily routine and was always there for a cuddle. She had little silent meows only for me. She was adorable, playful and good natured. A free spirit so cruelly taken. Love you Daisy and I know you will always be with me. Goodnight wee one, your sisters are missing you lots, they are visiting you in your resting spot. Night night baby xxx❤️''-

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Daisy

20/03/08 - 25/07/16

Beautiful Daisy, gone too soon, had to let you go after a very difficult week, possibly encephalitis unresponsive to medications. You were so very poorly and disorientated in the end but I have peace that you were comforted by my holding you close those last few days before we had to make the hardest decision. My beautiful Daisy Dink. X

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Daisy

04/04/00 - 09/03/16

A very special little lady , so very sad to lose you, R.I.P XX

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Daisy

Unknown - 14/04/12

my baby daisy we loved u so much, missed so much, xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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Daisy

01/01/06 - 20/04/14

Lost my beloved Daisy to cancer yesterday 4/20/14. Every waking moment was spent with her. Every moment was a gift that I will always cherish. She meant the world to me and will always be remembered. Daisy went with me everywhere I could take her. She and I rode out hurricane Sandy. She loved chasing her ball, that was her passion. She also loved our nightly aerobic walks. Daisy will be forever in my heart, thank you my dear Daisy.

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Daisy Mae

22/10/03 - 24/01/18

My little Daisy Mae, you meant the world to me. I thank God that when I lost you this morning you went so peacefully and that I had the privilage of comforting you as you drew your last breath. You were ALWAYS such a good, sweet girl and showed me your love every single day. My heart is breaking, how do I get through this day. You always knew how much I loved you and I will never forget you. Be heathy be happy, chase those critters and wait for me at the Rainbow Bridge. I promise, I'll meet you there one day.

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