Remembrance Gallery

Welcome to my personal Remembrance Gallery.

I dedicate this page to all the animals that have left footprints on my heart. 

May they rest in peace and never be forgotten.

Tea Bag
Tea Bag

Tea Bag was a real adventurer and a loving best friend. She is sadly missed by all who knew her.

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Tilly Mint
Tilly Mint

She loved those boxes!

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Firebox
Firebox

He loved to please and never let me down. RIP my gentle giant x

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Edika - Flo
Edika - Flo

RIP x

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Babs
Babs

Beige Long Haired Mexican Chihuahua - RIP x

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Honey
Honey

RIP x

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Miffy
Miffy

RIP x

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Mum and Lubek
Mum and Lubek

RIP Lu x

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Mum and Lubek
Mum and Lubek

RIP Lu x

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Edika - Flo
Edika - Flo

RIP mo mo x

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Lubek and his sire
Lubek and his sire

RIP Gents x

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ZaZa
ZaZa

This little lady is ZaZa and she was almost human! She spoke like one and thought like one and is missed every day. RIP Za x

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ZaZa
ZaZa

ZaZa posing!

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ZaZa
ZaZa

The welcome home walk!

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Tilly Mint
Tilly Mint

Tilly Mint on the windowsill posing in the sunshine!

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Tilly Mint's Flowers
Tilly Mint's Flowers

My friend Susan gave me these flowers when Tilly Mint died. I dried them out and kept them.

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Tilly Mint
Tilly Mint

Miss Mint on her plush cushion on the windowsill! Butter wouldn't melt!

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Firebox
Firebox

Firebox and me at Crewe horse show many moons ago!

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Lubeck
Lubeck

This perfect gentleman was with us for 26 years, he passed away on his 30th Birthday surrounded by those who loved him. RIP Lu x

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Tea Bag
Tea Bag

Tea Bag keeping an eye on things!

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I have lost many beloved pets over the years.  My most recent loss was my rescued Siamese cat Miss Tilly Mint.  Tilly had a tough life for her young years and after being found drenched in oil and left for dead in a field she was later reunited with her owners and the tender care of their vet.  Her treatment proved expensive and after many months Tilly Mint survived Leukemia but lost most of her teeth and ended up with an Inflammatory Bowel Disorder.  Her owners, after spending close to £3000 decided that they could no longer afford her care and she was boarded at the Siamese Rescue center in Sheffield. 
After seeing her face on their website I instantly fell in love with her and brought her home.  Tilly was on daily medication for the IBD and had a monitored special diet of dry food.  Taking care of her became my main mission and she took enormous delight in becoming my boss!  We loved our roles and she became my everything.  She learned to love the great outdoors again too and we spent many sunny days in the garden, she went from being a nervous wreck to a healthy and happy cat! 
Tilly was my boss for two full and happy years until she was diagnosed with Chronic Renal Failure and had to be put to sleep.  I was heartbroken - I still am.
 There isn't a day that goes by where I don't think about her.  RIP My Beautiful Baby x   
There is a Members Remembrance Gallery here on our website and we offer you a special place to remember your pets, all we ask is that you make a small donation.  Your donation will help enrich the lives of other animals as we use your generosity to help re-homing centers, disaster dogs/search & rescue animals, guide dogs and therapy animals. 
These charities are not government funded and rely on donations to survive.  I want to help as many as I can but I need your help.
It's simple, just ​​email​​​​​​ ​your picture (max 1 pet per person) along with a few words that you would like to be added, make a small donation and I will do the rest.  Once your pictures and text have been added to the site you will be become an associate member and a lapel pin will be sent out to you in the post.  If you have any questions then please contact us, thank you. 

 

Please note that as we are a non profit organisation there are no shares and no share capital. 
Your associate membership is a term we use to welcome you once you have donated, it's our way of saying thank you.