GuinnessBaby Guinness. Sweet baby G.
He came into our lives by accident. It was my very first day volunteering with Beth and the girls at the Humane Society of York County. This tiny little 4 month old named 'Boone' was in the outside cage barking and begging for attention while we had our orientation. I grabbed him right away and I actually felt my heart grow 2 sizes that day. Beth and I sent pictures to Andrew and he knew right then and there that we were adopting a dog.
Kitty HammarNorthwest IndianaWhat can I say about our Little Lady except that she was perfect! She brought us so much love and fun. She lived a long life...21 years. It pained us to let her go but she was so sick. She will be truly missed. Kitty I will meet you on the Rainbow Bridge!
Harley The GreatCharlotte, NCMy companion of the last 8.5 years went over the rainbow bridge today....:( He took care of me and watched over our home and me for all these years. I was blessed with him in 2008 a young girl had received him from a woman and her daughter that couldn't keep him in their apartment. He was AKC Registered and had a heart full of love for me. He helped me through many sad and lonely days. When I would come home from work he was so happy to see his Mom just as he was lo
OscarRoyal Oak, MIOscar passed away surrounded by his human family. He was 16 years old at the time of his death. Oscar will be missed by his humans and his furry cat sister Lola and dog sister Maria. He loved talking with his Maine Coon accent to all who would listen. We miss you Oscar.
TiggerCincinnati, OHTigger was a 100% full of love kitty. He let his mommy hold him like a baby and would lay in my arms for hours. He LOVED to be loved and he was such a lover. He was the absolute sweetest living being I've ever known.I loved him just the same as my human children and always will.He's mommy's baby boy.
Jordan FortnerNorthwest IndianaJordan came into our lives twelve years ago. He rode on Erin's shoulder for the entire 1 1/2 hour drive home. We were pregnant with our daughter at the time, and our son was four. He and Jordan shared the same birthday, just four years apart. He went everywhere with us and loved car rides. Softball games, lake trips, he loved people. He loved to play fetch with a tennis ball. He never met a person he didn't love. As he got older, and it was harder to get around, and the