In Memory Of…..Pup and Cat accepts Memorial Gifts for those who wish to remember and celebrate the special people or animals in their lives. Your donation on behalf of a loved one…be it a pet, friend or family member…can be just the right touch for expressing compassion to someone who has had a loss.
With your Memorial Gift, we will send a card of acknowledgment to the recipient so that they are aware of your generous contribution. Please note that we do not disclose the amount you have given.
If you wish to make a donation in memory of a loved one, include along with your name and address, recipient name/address and name the donation is in memory of. Please make checks payable to Pup & Cat Co., P.O. Box 1987, Winder, GA 30680. Pup & Cat Co. is a 501 (3)(c) non-profit organization. Or you can click here to donate online and then click here to email us the In Memory details.
Thanks to Cheryl and Alan McElveen for you donation gift honoring David Christian.
Thanks to Elizabeth and Mark Borling for your gift in loving memory of Katie (a former PAC rescue too).
Thanks to Jennifer Royal for your in memory gift to benefit PAC dog Olive in memory of Sophie the Pit Bull.
Thanks to Donna Hyder and Family for their in memorial gift in loving memory of Sydney.
Thanks to Regina Knight for her in memory donation in honor for her beloved dog Clark.
Thanks to Beth and Chris Yoder, Debbie Sibley and Marilee Franklin for your donations in memory of Elizabeth Hotop.
Thanks to Gail Kay and Daniel Kay for your donation in Honor of Terry Kay in memory of his beloved dog, Fuzzy.
Thanks to Susan Huffstutler for her donation in Honor of Peggy Perkins in Memory of Peggy’s father, Henry Perkins.
Thanks to Fay Fulton for her donation in Memory of Tallulah, beloved pet of Dee and Dean Mooty.
Thanks to Peggy Perkins for her donation in Memory of Sammie, beloved pet of Barbara & Murray Poole.
Thank you to our “In Memory” sponsor, Deceased Pet Care. Click logo above to visit their website for more info on pet burial, cremation and memorial services. http://www.deceasedpetcare.com/
And God asked the canine spirit
Are you ready to come home?
Oh, yes, quite so, replied the precious soul
And, as a wise old dog, you know I am most able
To decide anything for myself.
Are you coming then? asked God.
Soon, replied the furry angel
But I must come slowly
For my human friends are troubled
For you see, they need me, quite certainly.
But don’t they understand? asked God
That you’ll never leave them?
That your souls are intertwined. For all eternity?
That nothing is created or destroyed?
It just is….forever and ever and ever.
Eventually they will understand,
Replied the glorious dog,
For I will whisper into their hearts
That I am always with them
I just am….forever and ever and ever.