Pet Memorials in Colorado
Even if a pet has transitioned over the Rainbow Bridge, the memories of that beloved companion can live on forever. This page is dedicated to pets that are no longer with us and includes owner-submitted photos to remind us all of the good times. If you recently bid your beloved animal companion farewell, we invite to share your favorite photo memories of him/her with us and others. Perhaps you captured your cat sweetly covering her face with her paw during a nap, or your dog in mid-air as he was catching a Frisbee. Whatever happy moment your photo captures, we’d love for you to share it with us. We invite you to upload your favorite photos using the following form, and we’ll consider adding them to our page.
Brook loved playing in the snow, she was our white chocolate lab! And could always be found with her favorite toy in her mouth, even when she was sound asleep. We will always love you and will see you again when we cross the Rainbow Bridge to be with you.
My babygirl we will miss u so dearly u have no clue how much… I will be a huge part of us still!!
Jasper was my heart and sole he was a special kitty and I will miss greatly, R.I.P Jasper mommy will always love you to the moon and back.
– Lenore Elkins
My best friend in the whole world. I love you buddy. You are with me forever. I miss you so much.
– Tracy Sisemore
My first dog. I swear he had 9 lives!He was with us for 17 years. People told me he was Pretty and that he had a smile on his face. I miss his beautiful fuzzy fur…I did not know that his passing would Hurt So Much. Until we meet again…
– Susanna Miller
Zena had a wonderful life . Will be deeply missed by all in my family .
My baby boy, my handsome little man, Jack. I miss him with each breath I take.
Brophy came to us a matted, dirty, needy mess. He had been left outside in Bailey, CO with a man who didn’t care for dogs. From the first night when he lay in bed with me chasing my hand all night asking for affection to the very last minute I spent with him, he was the furry light of my life. Thanks for being my dog, Bro Bro. Love you with all my heart.
Razi, Burmese and Benjamin
Razi and Ben warm on top of satellite equipment at our mountain house near Estes Park. Razi was 11 when we rescued her and she died at 16, as did Ben. Ben was my best friend, other than my wife, during the difficult times after my wife had a stroke and I was her caregiver for the last 12 years of her life. We had 14 cats over 53 years. Ben was very special to both of us. I will miss him every day. Thanks for this opportunity.