In Memory of Candy
Candy was the best dog and best friend I believe I will ever have. She loved going on walks, splashing in a river, and playing with other dogs. She always insisted I make room for her on the couch and at night she would hog as much of the bed as possible. Her favorite toy was a bone she knew as “blue bone” that I would fill with peanut butter once a week. Candy, I miss you and love you.
Chris von Drehle
In Memory of Piccolo
We were so glad to have him in our lives, although our time with him was way too short. He was the sweetest, cuddliest kitten. And he was brave. He was just a little handful of a cat, but he would climb up in our laps so confidently and boy would he let us know when it was time to eat! He was small, but mighty in his ways. We loved him and will always remember him.
John and Lisa Brewer
In Memory of Savanah Raynor
In loving memory of Savannah Raynor for her devotion and love for animals.
~ Gloria Kutscheid
In Memory of Christopher Krencicki
In Memory of Christopher Krencicki, JCAPL Alumni, Foster, and Friend. Chris loved all animals, especially black Labrador Retrievers. Chris and his wife Christine fostered, adopted, and greatly loved JCAPL alum Rocky Bear. JCAPL friends send our condolences to his family.
In Memory of Sherrie Blizzard
In Memory of Sherrie Blizzard. Love, Tasha Green & Julie Newcomb
In Tribute to “Sassy” Sessoms
A most-loved dog and friend, as well as the best flower girl a bride could ask for! She brings everyone so much joy!
In Memory of Art Cornell
In memory of Art Cornell, who loved his animals. ~ Robin Nelson
In memory of Sunny who warmed the hearts of many, but especially Tom, for whom she was a grateful companion for years. Sunny first appeared at PetSmart for adoption and came from Johnston County Animal Services. She provided entertainment at many adoption events and lots of folks admired her, however she picked Tom to be her forever person. Together she and Tom brought others dogs into their home and shared the good times. Sunny, you will be missed.
In Honor Of Dr. Langdon, Marina, Kathy and Susan at Willowrun Veterinary Hospital.
In Loving Memory of Chief
We lost you a year ago and miss you as much as ever today. The thumping of your tail when I woke up in the morning, love for mint flavored treats, tennis ball obsession, and gentleness with your two feline brothers will not be forgotten. You were an unforgettable, hiking, Netflix and adventure companion. Cheers to the best dog ever, love you lots and hope you are resting in peace with all the mint and tennis balls your heart could possibly desire.
In Memory of Scarface Kitty
Scarface will be greatly missed – a very loving & protective gentle giant. ~ Theressa & Darius R.
In Memory of Page Jenkins Partin
Our family will always remember the way your beautiful smile brightened up the room every time you walked through the door! We will always treasure the memories of our gatherings and the way that you made everyone around you laugh and feel young again. Knowing that you have reunited with so many of our family members in heaven is a comfort in itself. We appreciated your love and affection for animals and feel honored to donate to this wonderful group in your memory. Until we meet again sweet cousin.
~ Kathy Greenwood and Mike Cunningham
In Memory of Grimm
In memory and to honor the full, beautiful life of Grimm!
In Memory of Beau-Beau
In loving memory of my precious little boy, Beau-Beau, who left me a year ago today (July 20, 2017). Forever in my heart.
In Memory of Rocky Bear
You came into our life in 2009 as a foster from the JCAPL to help mourn the loss of our first pup. We fell in love with you right away. You were so affectionate we ended up adopting you. You learned you loved hanging on your float in the pool and hunting for fish in the lake. Your best bud was daddy and being by his side every day at work. You are really missed. We Love you. ~ Christine
In Memory of Jennifer Ward Lent
A kind and gracious coworker whose generosity of spirit is deeply missed by all who knew and worked with her.
From her coworkers at the North Carolina Division of Services for the Blind
In Memory of Angel
You came into our lives unexpectedly. You lost your owner and needed a family to show you love and take much better care of you. You had been through so much and left us too soon. You filled our hearts with love and our laps with warmth. Our sweet snuggle bug. You will forever be missed and never forgotten. Your brother will look after you until we are together again. ~ Kim and Steve R.