Recent Memorials

Amy Gray Johnson

Amy Gray Johnson

Amy Gray was a wonderful, sweet cat who loved humans but hated other cats. She was gray, with some Aby and Russian Blue. She was missing a tooth which she knocked out one day when she was 10 during ...



Finnegan was found with four other babies under a gypsy caravan in Wareham, Dorset. They were taken to an animal shelter not far away with their Mother. He was the only long legged one in the litter...



Lea was more than just a pet; she was a cherished member of our family. Her presence had a way of bonding us in ways we never realized. Whether it was her playful antics or her comforting presence d...



GARY THE BIG GIRL, WHO IS GONE In a little town named Rancho where the sun sets low, Lived a cat named Gary, with a gentle soul. She roamed through our home, never danced in the rain, But now...

Stasi Rabbit

Stasi Rabbit

Stasi (or La Stasi, according to her grandfather) was without doubt the sweetest rabbit to ever live. She loved people without restriction and bestowed her loving bunny kisses on everyone, even he...

Harley Nuckolls

Harley Nuckolls

On April 30, 2023 our sweet Harley passed away in her mothers arms, surrounded by family who deeply love her. My sweet girl was 15.5 years old… she was fighting congestive heart failure, kidney...

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If you have suffered the loss of a pet, then you've come to the right place. An online memorial is a wonderful way to create a lasting tribute to your pet's life.

Would you like your pet to be remembered for the joy and companionship that they brought to you and to your family & friends?

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Step through our simple question and answer wizard to create a personalized memorial for your pet. You can include photos, thoughts, memories, or anything else you'd like your pet to be remembered by. You can add text, graphics, and even audio and video.

Based on a structure designed by you, visitors, friends and family members can contribute their own words, pictures, notes, comments and other parting sentiments about your pet's life. If you wish, you can even let visitors upload their own photos, audio clips, video clips, and other memorabilia.

The whole process takes less than 20 minutes and we provide enough storage space for some pictures and several hundred words, and your memorial will remain online for 3 months, all for FREE. You can optionally buy more space or time at a nominal charge if you feel that this will benefit your memorial.

Try it now. There is absolutely no commitment.


About Us

Everyone working at is a pet owner and pet lover. This site was created as a genuine service for people who have loved and lost a pet, as we have.

We have discovered that an online memorial is a wonderful way to help the grieving process and to create a lasting remembrance. Join the thousands of people who have already created online memorials using our service.



Find out what our customers have to say. Read some testimonials.


Frequently Asked Questions

It's very easy, and requires no Internet or web programming skills.  You step through a simple question and answer wizard that includes questions about the required content and the structure that you would like to use for your online memorial.

By following the instructions provided, you can add text, pictures, graphics, audio and video, making as many changes as you wish until you are satisfied with the look and design of the memorial.
Your pet memorial will be visible immediately after you enable the online memorial (for FREE) at the end of the question-and-answer wizard.
Anybody visiting your online pet memorial could make a contribution by adding a photo, personal note, or uploading an audio clip, video clip, or document.  When you create the memorial you can decide whether visitors are allowed to do this.

Optionally, you can specify that the online memorial be "moderated" by you.  In this case, you must view and approve all contributions before they will appear on the memorial web page.

You can even choose to be notified automatically by email whenever someone adds a photo, personal note or other memorabilia to the memorial.
Our goal at to have all of your friends and family visit your pet memorial for years to come.

Unlike other online memorial services, no advertising banners will ever appear on the web page, and the web address can be personalized by you.

In fact, we let you choose your own web address, such as "".
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Our Most Popular Blog Articles

I Loved My Peton September 7, 2016

10 Pet Loss Quotes to Read, Remember, and Share

A pet is truly your best friend. It doesn't matter if your pet has wings, paws, or lives in a small tank; as long as you love that little buddy of yours, you know how much it means to you.

I personally know someone who couldn't eat his food properly after the death of his chameleon; he mourned for more than four days and even after that, it took him almost a month to completely get out of the trauma.

To some people it may seem silly, but to anyone who has owned and lost a pet, we can sympathize for how he felt.

Sympathizing with others, even if it's as simple as reading over positive pet loss quotes, can be a very healing way to deal with the pain of losing a pet.
I Loved My Peton June 11, 2017

Pet loss: Five Positive Ways You Can Change After the Loss of a Pet

This article is a guest post from David Miller of We recommend you take a look at their website for a wonderfully unique way to remember your pets and cope with pet loss.

The bond between a dog and its human is a mysterious thing. Its depth and strength can be the same as that which occurs in close human relationships. And yet, this bond is forged with an animal that, in almost every case, will pass away before its human owner. To embrace a dog is to also embrace its eventual loss.
I Loved My Peton May 22, 2019

A Friend and Companion: Coping with the Loss of a Pet

When it comes to personal loss, there's no such thing as "insignificant" grief – the pain of losing a pet can be just as intense as losing a friend or family member. After all, our pets become part of the family, and that's what makes them so endearing.

When a pet dies, you don't just lose an animal. You lose a friend and the comforting presence of a loving companion.

Here are a few tips that can make it just a little easier to cope with the loss of a pet...
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