MEMORIAL PAGE FOR OUR BELOVED PETS WHO HAVE PASSED ON
If you would like to memorialize your deceased pet on our Memoriam page, we will gladly post their picture and your farewell. Donations are greatly appreciated but not required. The following pets passed away and are lovingly remembered by their owners:
My Mindy has passed on. She and her sister were a bonded pair found through NABS. I am so thankful we were brought together and I got to be her person and her forever home! My daughter, who never knew life without these two, says "Mommy, can you imagine how much joy she is bringing to everyone in heaven!?" She is and always was an angel. - Kerri
A couple of years ago, Pam called me and asked of I would be willing to foster a little dog named Douglas. He had a serious heart problem and some skin problems and Pam thought he'd do better in a home.
I said yes and drove down to get him. When Pam handed him to me I knew that I'd have to adopt him and so I did. He was so sweet and adorable. He soon became a favorite of our family and friends. Even though he was very sick, you would never know it. When it was time to eat he'd get so excited he'd do a little dance. I called it his Earl Campbell dance. After we went out for the last time at night, he'd hop like a bunny to the pantry to get his bone. He was a quiet guy and slept in his bed or curled up next to me on the sofa. He loved for our daughters to come visit with their families. When it was time to go to bed with us at night he run to the bedroom and hop up and down until I put him on the bed. If I didn't get in bed right away he'd bark until I came to bed. There are so many sweet memories of Douglas. He was a little angel. We called Dougie bug or baby boy. We miss you Dougie bug and we will never forget you.
Foster/Adopter: Cheryl Grimmett
Austin was 12 1/2 yrs. old and was loved by his family Jason & Angie Lee and children and all at N.A.B.S.
Miss Pam and Old Axel. Axel has now gone over The Rainbow Bridge. You will be missed but not forgotten, old man.
We Lost Our Mascot, Barron
Read the full story on 'Do Dogs Go To Heaven'.
Cowgirl Lives 18 Happy Years
Cowgirl 1988-2006 Eighteen years! Goodnight sweet girl. We will see you again!
I adopted Roxy from you. She was such an incredible friend. I loved her so much. She was my favorite. She passed away last summer. She died from kidney failure. We tried everything to help her and her kidneys just would not function. Her body gave out but her spirit just did not want to leave up until the end.
We took her to Florida for her a month. She loved the beach and we took her to the beach every day. She loved to chase the crabs. She forgot she was so sick while she was on the beach. She was so full of love. She was smart, beautiful and had a great sense of humor. This donation is in her memory.
All my best,
Pam S tricked Pam C by calling and saying, "I have this Boxer I want you to look at and see what you think of her."
I knew it was a trap because I am partial to Boxers. So I said, "No! I don't want to see her. Don't bring it over here!"
"OH! I'm sitting in your driveway right now!"
I immediately caved, "I'll be right out." and that's how we got Dutchess. I trained her for my daddy and gave her to him. I thought she would go first, but like the lady she is, she waited for him to go ahead of her. She lived another 2 years with us.
When God called her name, she dropped instantly to the earth and was gone. She had been just fine all day then at His word, she ran to meet her Master.
Maggie and Rascal
Your loving and joyous spirits will remain in our hearts and minds forever. We love and miss you both. You died before your time. Thank you for all the wonderful memories!
Samantha Jean, best friend of Dan Bonis, only death could keep her away.
Gaye Hart and her furchild Rusty.
Rusty's brother Ripper. Ripper and Rusty, brothers, passed just 24 days apart. Both belonged to our own beloved Gaye Hart, pictured left with Rusty.
Andy, black dog wrapped in the blanket with 'niece' Brandi on the way to the vet for the last time. Andy, you will be missed by Don and Gaye Hart!