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.
01/04/04 - 11/09/16
Human family: Jackie, Ray and Aled
Photo(s) of Timmy (1)
Mams Boy. I had never had a dog until Timmy. I was always a cat person. Timmy was in need of a home when he was around six and half years old and I was asked if I would consider him. I said I would give it a trial run for a couple of weeks to see how it goes. Oh Boy! He got his paws well and truly under the table. From day one he ruled the house and we loved it. He expected us to throw his kibble across the kitchen floor for him to chase at least 10 times before he would settle and eat it. It was plain that from the start he expected to sleep in the bedroom with me. He would start off in his own bed but always ended up next to me. At bedtime he had to choose a teddy of his liking to take to bed. All I had to say is "ready for bed" and he would look over his "stash" and choose the teddy of his choice. He had a favourite, a chewed, drooled on little rabbit. All my slippers, socks etc were his and they ended up in his stash of toys. He was loved beyond belief and totally spoilt.
I had six fantastic years with this absolutely adorable Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. I was smitten from the start. I fell in love.
In April he had to start heart meds for the heart valve problems this breed have. Apparently he was doing well to get to twelve without meds so all good so far. He looked and acted like a two year old. Two weeks ago he became unwell. Upset tummy, listless. A trip to the vet and we were told he had an infection. A course of treatment and he started to improve for a few days. Then. He took a turn for the worse. Took him in to emergency vets on Saturday afternoon. His heart was way worse and the infection could not be stopped, whatever it was. Tests after tests and every type of drugs tried but he was suffering.By Sunday teatime I had to make the dreaded decision. How life can change in two weeks. I held my boy in my arms to the end and told him what a good boy he is and how much I love him.
Devastated. An empty hole where my heart should be. He was my one and only and the thought of another day without my boy is unbearable. The funniest, sweetest most beautiful creature God ever put on this earth. Mams Boy. Love you forever.xxxxxxxx
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