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Anyone who has ever had a companion pet sooner or later will face the inevitable. Show your love and compassion to the pets that have passed on from this world. Leave a memorial to your loved companion in the comment field below.

Also, this video which is on the 4 Paws 1 Heart web site seems to say what we can't. Please find comfort in knowing that one day you and your dearly departed companion will one day meet again at the Rainbow Bridge.

5 thoughts on “Memorials

  1. I found this poem online and I thought that it would go quite nicely here.
    Your Pet’s In Heaven
    a Poem by Ken D. Conover
    To have loved and then said farewell, is better than to have never loved at all.
    For all of the times that you have stooped and touched my head, fed me my favorite treat and returned the love that I so unconditionally gave to you.
    For the care that you gave to me so unselfishly.
    For all of these things I am grateful and thankful.

    I ask that you not grieve for the loss, but rejoice in the fact that we lived, loved and touched each others lives. My life was fuller because you were there, not as a master/owner, but as my FRIEND.

    Today I am as I was in my youth. The grass is always green, butterflies flit among the flowers and the Sun shines gently down upon all of God’s creatures.
    I can run, jump, play and do all of the things that I did in my youth. There is no sickness, no aching joints and no regrets and no aging.

    We await the arrival of our lifelong companions and know that togetherness is forever.
    You live in our hearts as we do in yours. Companions such as you are so rare and unique.
    Don’t hold the love that you have within yourself. Give it to another like me and then I will live forever. For love never really dies, and you are loved and missed as surely as we are.

    Your Pets In Heaven

  2. A PRAYER FOR ANIMALS by Albert Schweitzer

    • Hear our humble prayer, O God, for our friends the animals, especially for animals who are suffering;
    • for any that are hunted or lost or deserted or frightened or hungry;
    • for all that must be put to death.
    • We entreat for them all Thy mercy and pity, and for those who deal with them we ask a heart of compassion and gentle hands and kindly words.
    • Make us, ourselves, to be true friends to animals and so to share the blessings of the merciful.
    • Amen
  3. This poem goes out to all who have lost a pet.

    Do not stand at my grave and weep.
    I am not there, I do not sleep.
    I am a thousand winds that blow,
    I am the diamond glints on snow.
    I am the sunlight on ripened grain,
    I am the gentle autumn’s rain.
    When you awaken in the morning’s hush,
    I am the swift uplifting rush
    of quiet birds in circled flight.
    I am the stars that shine at night.
    Do not stand at my grave and cry,
    I am not there, I did not die…

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