Pet memorials

“Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened” – Anatole France

“Grief is like the ocean; it comes on waves ebbing and flowing. Sometimes the water is calm, and sometimes it is overwhelming. All we can do is learn to swim.” – Vicki Harrison

Ethel

  • Date of birth: September 2004
  • Date of passing: November 2014

We adopted Ethel, a rescued ex-breeding girl in 2006, to join Algy our boy pug as a companion. No breeding, pugs have too many health issues! We went on to adopt other dogs thru’ Happy Dogs Rescue in Hampshire and Many Tears Rescue in Wales.

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Rocco Shakespeare

My last little boy Rocco, whom I had the privilege of owning for only four short years. Sadly I lost him to a genetic disease but he was loved so much I wouldn’t swap those four years for the world; he will be in my heart always.

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Marsbar Charlton

Marsbar was Alison’s first cat. Unfortunately she fractured her pelvis at a young age and had back problems from a young age so exercise was quite hard for her.

She loved cuddles and every time Alison came home she would b on her lap or in her arms within 5 minutes.

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Penny Holford

We miss your cheerful, cheeky company and unconditional love that you gave us for 17 years. Sleep well Sweetheart. xx

Anne ,Tim, Isabelle & William Holford

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Olly Holford

We miss your cheerful, cheeky company and unconditional love that you gave us for 17 years. Sleep well Sweetheart. xx

Anne ,Tim, Isabelle & William Holford

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