In memory of adorable Daisy, beloved member of the Rich family. May her memory be for a blessing. She will always live on in your hearts. Remembrance donation by Roberta Kahn, January 2015.
In honor of our beautiful blithe spirit Benji, who spent his golden years in peace with us and is now frolicking without pain with his friends across the rainbow bridge. Remembrance donations by Benji’s companions Peter & Mickey Bickford and by Jeanne and Jon Bickford, Gayle Carroll, Ed Berberian and Dorothy Newshan. January 2015.
In memory of Domino, who brought joy to Jen, Lars, Justin, and to the many guests who were lucky enough to pass through his territory at Three Rivers Resort, Almont, CO. Remembrance donation by Kathleen Berzock, December 2014.
Sweet Harper, you lived every day to the max, always on your own terms. You and Homer were best buddies, beside each other or chasing after each other, you the feisty one, he full of playful antics. We miss you, Harper! Love, Homer, Kent, Berni, aunties Sheila and Kathy, and former foster family Marcie and Larry, who captured your personality and regal beauty in this photo.” Remembrance donation by Judy Wolfe, December 2014.
Fluffy fur of white
Prancing feet and perky ears
Gentle sweet Molly
Beloved canine member of Klickner family, much missed by Herb, Rhonda, Sam, Max and canine boxer brother Gottlieb. Remembrance donation from Aunt Berni, December 2014
Yukon, companion to Jamie Ries of Minneapolis, ‘was a very personable cat. She enjoyed company and liked to sit with guests on the couch. She always greeted me at the door when I got home from work and slept with me at night. She was lovable and affectionate, and was a great companion for 14 years’. Remembrance donation by Judy Wolfe, December 2014.
Spike, Jen Kepler’s green iguana, taught his family so many life lessons including how to potty train your iguana! Spike was well known in the community attending softball games with his family, taking part in a girl scout gold award project, a high school senior project, and sat often on the front lawn greeting the neighbors, local children, the ice cream man, and people who drove by, causing frequent double takes. Spike lived to the ripe age of 15 and continues to occupy a huge portion of the family’s hearts. Remembrance donation by Judy Wolfe, October 2014.
Dorian Grey was born in a small barn on the land of one of our grantees, The Kerulos Center in southern Oregon, whose director G.A. Bradshaw writes: Their mother, Sara, had been abandoned. When Dorian and his two sisters, Mei Mei and Eva, finally emerged as stumbling kittens, they all joined the rest of the family – Centa, Fritzi, Pir and Margot Dogs, Panama Parrot, Nikki, Scooter, and Ingeborg Felines, and the many birds,deer, skunks and other wildlife who live here. Dorian’s nickname, Candy Cat, speaks to his sweet, sweet nature and beautiful open heart. He will be cherished, loved and remembered forever. October 2014.
Ophelia, the loved and loving feline member of the Handlin family – Joseph, Laura and daughter Emma – passed over the Rainbow Bridge after a long illness. Ophelia’s human companions – even stoic Joe! – are devastated. Remembrance donation by Jacqueline Birnbaum and Dean Surkin, September 2014.
Siva. BFF ( Best Feline Friend) to Linda Hanhilammi for 19 years. Loved to sit on her lap on her balcony enjoying the sun and the sights. Remembrance donation by Joan Scheier, July 2014.