To All of Our Furry Friends with Love

             “TO OUR FURRY FRIENDS”

Our Loyal Pet Loss site is dedicated to celebrating all animals, big or small, feathered of furry.

It’s a place to share the memory of the pets that we have loved and lost   ~ and ~

To celebrate the lives of the pets that we lovingly share our lives with today.

 

 Please go to: “Share Your Pet Picture and Story!”

  Post a picture and the story of the Pet Companion you have lost

 ~ OR ~

of the Loyal Friend you share your life with today!

 

 

 

Order your Custom Pet Memorial Frame or Custom Pet Picture Frame now!

Email us your pet pictures and we will mat and frame them complete with the name plaque of your choice.

Go to: Store and select the frame of your choice.

  

“If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went..”

 ♥ ♥ Roy Rodgers ♥ ♥

Happy New Year all you Cats!

 To All you Fat Cats . . . 

My Green Feathered Friend

I had a green parakeet named Mitsugi. I had never intended to keep him but my grandmother gave him to me. She said she had him and another 2 parakeets for 4 years now. So, i took the 3 parakeets in and took care of them. At first, I hated how loud they were in the morning but I grew too attached to them, spoiling them with a huge cage and playstand. A year later, I came home one day and saw that I only saw 2 of my parakeets from where I stood.

I looked everywhere for him. Upstairs and downstairs (because I let them out occasionally and thought I forgot to put him in the cage). He was no where to be found. Sighing, I went back near the cage and almost jolted. I saw him lying on his back at the cage floor. His eyes giving me a haunting look. I sobbed as I picked up his dead body and held him, just to make sure he wasn't messing with me.

After burying Mitsugi in the backyard, I kept sobbing for a while. Who would have thought that such a small bird would make me cry so hard? We have only known each other for a year and he's felt like a close friend.

Rest In Peace Mitsugi

Gypsy

Gypsy was more then my dog; she was my friend; we got her when she was only a puppy and along the years we loved her. I miss her sooooo much even though she has been gone for a ccouple months now I don't know how I'm going to go on without her.