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This is a lasting memorial section for people and animals and we encourage you to send us photos and write whatever you like about your favourite animals and your favourite animal lovers. We will feature the heroes who have saved animals and the animal heroes who have saved people. Here we will read the heart-warming stories and adventures of animals and what they mean to a family who treasures them now or who is missing them terribly because they have passed away. In an effort to properly honour a person’s tremendous lifetime achievements on behalf of animals and people, you can include photographs and write about his/her life to provide us with more insights into what a great man/woman he/she truly is/was. His/her life and his/her story will be included permanently in our Book of Remembrance that is now available for a global audience to read and appreciate. Just one small way we can have a fitting remembrance for the animals and the people whose works and kindness have touched the lives of so many.

 

A RAINBOW BRIDGE

For you see, just this side of Heaven is a place called the Rainbow Bridge. When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here on Earth, that pet goes to the Rainbow Bridge.

There are meadows and hills for all of our special friends so they can run, and swim, and fly and play together. There is plenty of food, water, and sunshine, and our friends are warm and comfortable. They never want for anything.

All the animals who had been ill and old are restored to health and vigour. Those who were hurt or maimed are made whole and strong again, just as we remember them in our dreams of days and times gone by. They are all happy and content, except for one small thing. They miss someone very special to them, who had to be left behind.

They all run and play together, but the day comes when one of them, suddenly stops and looks into the distance. Her bright eyes intent, eager body quivering, suddenly she begins to run from the group, flying over the green grass, her legs carrying her faster and faster.

You have been spotted, and when you and your special friend finally meet, you cling together in a joyous reunion, never to be parted again. The happy kisses rain upon your face, your hands again caress the beloved head, and you look once more into the trusting eyes of your pet, so long gone from your life but never absent from your heart.

Then you cross the Rainbow Bridge together ... Author unknown

Michael O'Sullivan
Chairman & CEO

 

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In Memory of Mo Davies

In Memory of Mo Davies Born June 5, 1945, in Scotland Died October 11, 2012, in Toronto Mo Davies loved cats, car racing, the Toronto Blue Jays, sports in general, and laughter. In Thunder Bay where she received a degree in chemistry from Lakehead Un ...

Created15 October 2013
In Memory of Sugar

March 1994 - Feb 28, 2009 She was the most wonderful thing that happened in my life, she was nicknamed "the nurse dog" because she had a way of telling if something was hurting in a person, & she would try to make it better. She was always happy & full ...

Created23 September 2011
In Memory of Kuma, 01/22/2003 - 08-02-2011

In memory of my best friend Kuma, who not only was my friend but companion and protector. Kuma was very intelligent, I spent a lot of time with him and he knew how to get the phone for me, bring my slippers, knew when it was his bedtime, and even put his ...

Created25 August 2011

My baby Moo was the most beautiful Persian cat ever. I remember getting him on my birthday...he was 3 months old, all white and furry as a snowball with a bright red bow on his head. He left me two years ago today. He brought joy to my life for 19 years. ...

Created02 August 2011

Marshall, MI, 49068

I lost my Dog Foxy on 6/24/2011. She was the best dog in the entire world. So many people loved and cared about her. We could never go for a walk without someone stopping us and telling me how beautiful she was. It's been very hard for me getting used to ...

Created02 August 2011
In Memory of Turbo

You left us so quickly my friend, and my heart is so heavy with your passing. We got Turbo at 6 weeks old and he grew up with my children for 11 years. He was diagnosed with cancer on Thursday June 30, 2011 and left us on Friday July 1, 2011. We will lov ...

Created07 July 2011
In Memory of Papi

I lost my baby boy yesterday morning. He escaped some how, and got hit in the road where I later found him. He was the best dog I ever have known. I am so happy I got to be his mommy and help him grow up these past two years. He was always so excite ...

Created04 July 2011

Zach was a little dog with a big dog attitude. He was 9 lbs and acted like a 100 lbs body guard. His favourite was going for walks and stopping at every light post to smell and lift his leg. He loved chasing tennis balls and socks..and of course, treats! ...

Created30 June 2011
In Memory of Candy

Bolton, Canada

Candy was my best friend and being an only child most times she was more like a sister to me. I will always remember the great happy memories of the times we shared together and my love for her will never fade. Love you lots Cuuber

Created27 May 2011
In Memory of Maggie Lou

Margaret Louisa, named after my two great-grandmothers, lived 18 years with my family. Being only 14 she was always in my life. She lived on our kitchen counter and meowed incesently for pets and loves. Even in her old age, she looked no older than 5. ...

Created11 April 2011
In Memory of Odey

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

Odey was with us for thirteen years. Everyday he would greet us at the door with a meow and every night he would snuggle next to you and purr you to sleep. From his excited tail shake to his tapping at your bedroom door, he would always let you know how ...

Created24 March 2011
In Memory of Harley

My greyhound Harley was a very atypical greyhound when she came to me. She was taken off the track, although she was faster than other greyhounds, because of an atypical greyhound attitude. Harley couldn't be put in an exercise pen with other greys, she ...

Created28 January 2011

Kylo lived 17 years.He was a pure white Samoyed. He was such a good dog but on Jan 7th 2011 he started vometing and we were going to put him down but he died later that night. he was the best! we miss you Kylo! :( you will always be in our hearts :'(

Created10 January 2011
In Memory of Tori

My little Tori. My constant companion and my welcome home from work night and my goodbye..see you later every morning. The fact she lived for 11 years was a miracle of its own. She was found almost dead on the engine of a transport truck that had just dri ...

Created04 January 2011
In Memory of Scully

We adopted her from the Bowmanville Humane Society in May of 2009. It is with so much sadness that we lost her on October 9th, 2010. Gone way too soon but forever in my heart. Rest in Peace my little baby. Sandi

Created13 October 2010
Honey Bear and Moca

Brantford, Ontario, Canada

Our American Eskimo mix dog and our calico cat Moca. Honey Bear spent 15 1/2 years in our lives. She was so quiet and well behaved. I was a stay at home mom for most of her life and only worked part time when I did work for about 3 years. She was my ho ...

Created01 September 2010
In Memory of Bailey

Newmarket, Ontario, Canada

Our best friend passed away this month. Dearest Bailey was the best and nicest dog that we ever had. Greatly missed and never forgotten, Love from the Daidone Family..

Created03 August 2010
In Memory of Xena Gabrielle

This is in loving memory of a beautiful dog that gave us almost 10 years of unconditional love, companionship, was my bodyguard, friend and gave us hours of free entertainment. She started out as the runt of a litter of 14 puppies born to a rottweiler an ...

Created21 June 2010
In Memory of Dave

Dave made my world a happy perfect place. The day I brought her home she was the last of a litter at a pet store. She was sick and they were about to "return" her to be euthanized. She was a beautiful little kitten, and nasty, because she didn't feel very ...

Created16 June 2010
In Memory of Pinky

I try to write a nice eulogy about each of my pets when they go. It helps me get through it and it helps to know that in this way I can introduce others to my beloved pet. To most of my friends and colleagues pinky was the "crazy one". I could never ta ...

Created22 March 2010