In Memoriam – Buster Brown

December 31st, 2019 by Laurie Brush

Buster Brown’s Story:
It is hard to imagine the day your best friend is no longer by your side. Life feels awkward and uncertain without him. It’s like I’ve lost a part of my own body. I realize now how my every gesture, thought and decision pivoted around my beautiful boy Buster. After almost 15 years of the most boundless love and truest loyalty, it was time, however heartbreaking, to show him the same love and devotion by letting him pass on to that big ball throwing field in the sky. With Heaven at Home Pet Hospice and my loving sister, Cheri, by our sides, Buster left this world in peace, with grace and dignity. He seemed as beautiful in death as he was in life. Dr. Laurie is a true angel. Her loving support and genuine care and concern for both Buster and me made this difficult event more bearable than I ever imagined it could be. Thank you from the bottom of my heart to everyone at Heaven at Home.

There are not enough thank you’s in the universe to let you know how much I appreciate what you do. You helped make Buster’s passing more bearable than I ever imagined it could be.


In Memoriam – Beans

December 17th, 2019 by Laurie Brush

Beans’ Story:
Beans was by far the coolest cat that ever lived. He had a personality like a dog and really loved people. You could not come in our household without Beans greeting you. He constantly had to be with people. You couldn’t sit down for even a minute without him jumping on your lap. His personality was hilarious and was one no one could ever forget. I am so happy I got to spend 16 years with Beans. I’ll miss falling asleep with him in my arms every night, and my family will miss the constant love and entertainment. It was his time, but we will forever miss our best friend.

Beans was able to leave this world comfortably in his own bed in his house with family thanks to this service. We are so thankful that we did this as it made saying goodbye less painful.


In Memoriam – Rambo

December 17th, 2019 by Laurie Brush

Rambo’s Story:
I got Rambo and his sister, Meow, when they were 6 weeks old. Meow left us at 11, but Rambo almost made it to his 18th birthday.
He went from a household of six kids to grown ups. He detested dogs, which he was cursed to live with his whole life. He finally accepted his fate this past year.
I work from home so Rambo would keep me company while working on my laptop by putting his paw on my arm. He also waited outside my bedroom door every morning and sat on the chair with me while having my coffee.
He also curled up on the footrest of my reclining chair every evening while I watched tv.

I can’t say enough about the importance of having Rambo rest comfortably at home and not having to get in a kennel and hear him cry the entire car ride to the vet. My experience with Heaven at Home was wonderful from the phone call, to the arrival of Dr. Tay, her compassion and professionalism and sensitivity to my loss. Thank you for what you do. I know it’s hard, but it is greatly appreciated.


 
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