At Creature Comforts, we understand that pets are family..
The passing of a pet unites all of us in shared grief. In the grieving process, we take comfort in the memories and the joy of the lives we shared. We want you to have a place to honor your loyal companion. We would be honored for you to make an online tribute to preserve your family member’s biography in words and pictures.
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My sweet Zadie became an angel on 1/11/18. Loosing her broke me in two. After a few weeks I finally came to realize that we were so lucky to have been able to love her for the 9 1/2 years of her life. I read some where once that peoples lives here on Earth are so much...read more
Rescued Kani Raven from the sidewalk at the Spartanburg County Health Department where I was employed. Brought her home and she greeted her new friend ,a German Shepherd dog, Fritz Shane (1999-2011). They were very close. Kani Raven was a fearless cat with sweet...read more
KEIKI Discovered eating our garbage and quietly claimed our home and hearts. Befriended Blackie, brought him home, and was right behind him (watching) in a cat fight. Showed his generosity by sharing live "catches" on the living room rug. Waited for us to return home...read more
JJ grew up on the end of a chain, then one day he got off that chain and ran as far as he could. When the animal shelter contacted his previous owner, that guy said keep him, I can't keep him on a chain. That was because JJ had too much love in his heart to give to...read more
Chunk came into my life at six weeks old. He passed from this earth at age 11yrs. I loved him so. He was able to learn words very easily & he would get SO excited when you mentioned pizza. Chunk loved his tennis ball & enjoyed popping water balloons. He hardly ever...read more
Sad news coming from the Richardson's New Texas Home 2-26-2015. Last Thursday morning Sampson's pain in his hips and the continuing hard time for him to walk came to an end. He was a great fighter but the pain finally starting showing when we got up this morning....read more
This is a bad picture but this is Craig's dog, "Free"! She came into my life when I was 4, a sheltie-mix with a bobbed tail. We got her for "free" so I thought "Free" was a great name! My mom said she never felt good calling her name from the door. 🙂 Being a 70s...read more
We are approaching the one year anniversary of the loss of our Yorkie, Winston. We were blessed to love him for 17 years. He was full of personality, spunk and always had the best kisses to share! We miss him so very much. Dr. Donna and the staff at Creature Comforts...read more
Patches was lucky enough to be born under a palm tree in Florida. At age one, he decided he wanted to live with us. For 17 more years he enjoyed his life relaxing in a sun-kissed lanai around the pool and then moved to Rainbow Lake in Boiling Springs. He moved once...read more
It was a sunny day in 1999 when I saw this black furball chasing two little boys down the street. This is how I found my Marzy. He had been living homeless on the front stoop at a local hardware store. I called him to me from the street, and he immediately stopped...read more
Baby had a full fourteen years that included living in three different states. He enjoyed sleeping in his mom's bed and watching...read more
THINGS I LEARNED FROM JUNIOR ~Decide who you want to live with - and go for it.read more
My Cookie has been gone over 3 years and I still think of him every day. He was the sweetest boy he wasn't but 6 or 7 years old when he passed unexpectedly. But I know I'll see him again one day. And until then he will be laying in the sun and rolling around on his...read more
I adopted Oreo during my freshman year of vet school in Athens, GA. He was a round little rolly polly that I quickly fell in love with. He quickly turned into a giant boy who liked to dig up my potted plants . He also occasionally would run through the neighborhood...read more