Obituaries

Kurbey Griffith

(Kurbey) Korbin Bernard Thumps Griffith

March 15, 2002 December 16, 2016

Kurbey was adopted by the Griffith family at 8 weeks old, outside Harrisonburg, VA.  He liked to play with chew and tug toys.  Kurbey knew how to unwrap presents and how to find Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups! 

Panzer Pete Robinson

10/08/2008  ~  05/25/2017

Panzer came into our life following the death of our previous Rotty, Tasman Devil.  Both Tas and Panzer were true Ambassadors for the breed.  Tassy died of cancer and couldn’t have been more different than Panzer - tho both brought plenty of love, laughter and fun into our lives.  Both dogs flew to Asia and touched many lives there - both were great traveling companions.  Panzer made the trip at 8 weeks and acted like a seasoned flyer.

Karma Kaplan

 

Karma crawled onto Davids’ lap while the family was adopting Butterscotch and Sunshine in May, 2016.  He was so lovable that they decided to take Karma home too.  He loved belly rubs and playing with his mouse on a stick.  Karma was always purring and wanted belly rubs, even when he was sick. 

Amazing Gracie Mae

March 29, 2004 – May 16, 2017

The DeHaven family has had Boxer’s for thirty plus years.  After the loss of their previous boxer, they found Gracie Mae.  She enjoyed taking rides in the car, long walks, playing ball, chasing chickens as well as chasing anything that made noise.

London Morin

 

 

July 20, 2006 – May 16, 2017

London enjoyed sleeping, barking at strangers, and laying the sun.  She loved treats, especially bacon.  London would also give you her paw.

London is survived by Angel, Joe, Jennifer and Heather; also her pet family, Smokey and Marley.

London will be missed very much.  She was little but she was mighty!

Dusty Riley

In March, 2002 my mother was feeding a stray that they called “Momma Kitty”.  This cat brought a kitten with her one morning; being a stray, my husband and I decided to take the kitten and named him Dusty.

Pablo “Piggy Tail” Rounds

Pablo Rounds made the all-too early trip across the Rainbow Bridge on Monday April 3, 2017 as a result of injuries sustained in an accident involving a vehicle.  Pablo was born August, 2015 to parents unknown as his real family wouldn’t come until a little later in life.  Around May, 2016 Pablo accidently stumbled upon his forever home, his current living situation was not working, so his “Mum” Leslie had asked her sister and brother-in-law to give it a try with the still all too young puppy.  When his new parents arrived to get him, Leslie had said that, “He does not do well with men.”  Th

Pickle Piscitelli

Pickle was adopted from an Animal Rescue Care Center in the Fredericksburg, VA area, after his left front leg had been amputated.  Pickle should have received a Medal of Bravery, for all he had been through.  He maneuvered pretty well on 3 legs, including a balance act he liked to perform.

Roxy Presgraves

 

 

 

March 15, 2007 – March 21, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

Cicadae McFalls

March, 2003 – March, 2017

The McFalls family received Cicadae from a weekly flea market where they were giving kittens away.  She was the last kitten they had.  In the 14 years that the McFalls had her, Cicadae was their protector.  She loved to play hide and seek.

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