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Saying farewell to some much-loved patients
‘Always in our heart, our special boy Hercules, we love you’
"Dear Suze you were an amazing girl, you bought such comfort which we both needed, so rest well now Xx"
"From the moment we got Freddie he brought our family a whole different sort of love.
His life was taken too soon and we will love him forever. He had such a lovely personality and gave unconditional love. We can only be grateful and happy for the joy he brought to our lives but the gap he has left has made us truly heartbroken"
Mr & Mrs Francis and family
"Bert who was taken from us suddenly and cruelly at only six months old. This little man made such a huge impact on our lives. We are heartbroken and miss him dearly.
RIP our little Rocket Man, we will never forget you xx"
Mr & Mrs Moriarty
"Sadly missed and greatly loved by everyone he met"
Mrs Gill & Family
"Molly brought us so much fun over the years. We called her our off road puppy because she just wanted to go anywhere muddy and fun.
She was our world, our star, our best friend and we will miss her so much"
Allan and Teresa
"Thank you and your team for your kind help with our daughters cat Stitch. Stitch was 18 and been sick for quite some time. You had prescribed medication which gave her an extra couple of years with us. On the 31st December complications had set in and we had to part with her"
Regards Caroline, Rosemary and John.
"Vinnie was in our lives for 15 years and will be missed each and everyday. He was a very special part of the family with his very own personality. He experienced a lot throughout his life - 3 house moves, 4 other cats, 3 dogs, 2 children, 3 holidays and 14 Christmas' (his favourite time of year for being mischievous). Sleep tight Vinnie....."
"From the minute I saw Rufus in Pets at Home adoption centre, I fell in love. My husband took a little more convincing but we decided if he was still there in a few days time, he would be our serendipity. Luckily for us he was and neither of us could have imagined what joy he would bring us and how much a part of our family he would become. He was a giant cross and as such weighed around 10lbs so was always a talking point. In later years he became a house bunny and that's where his personality really started to shine through. If you went to the kitchen, you would turn round and find him waiting in the doorway for food, he loved to lounge in front of the log burner, would pace his cage in the morning for his breakfast, went mad for a banana and would bury himself in his straw in a freshly cleaned out cage! He loved a snuggle on the floor and if one of us was ill, he sensed it, jumping up on the sofa with us or tugging at our blanket. He was also a terror at times, chewing the carpet and a pair of my boots. Throughout his life he had fought off various health issues but sadly a few months off 9 years old he passed away. We miss him so much and will love him forever"
Mr & Mrs Thompson
"Katrina was a part of my life for 19 years. I called her my millennial cat and my dwarf panther! I will miss her dearly and she will always be in my heart"
"Started on the streets of Ireland, when rescued by a family who could not cope with his discructive ways. Brought to England in 2004 to work as a drug dog with me at 3 yrs old. Stayed with us for the rest of his life to reach 18 1/2. Since his passing we still look for him"
"I lost my friend Toby, my eyes are filled with tears
I thank him for fiftenn happy years"
"In loving memories of our little cat Taz, who was taken from us so suddenly on 23rd September 2019. He is sadly missed by his brother Teeko and his playmate, our Shih Tzu, Toshi, and of course mum and dad (Barry and Brenda) who miss his cuddles so very much. Rest in peace little Taz xxx"
"The most beautiful cat in the world. Mabel came to us at only 5 weeks old but was cruelly taken at not even 2 years old. I will miss my little fluffy bath buddy"
"Am heartbroken to have said goodbye to my Doofus after 13 years. I adopted him when he was two, and a scared, nervous, and mischievous boy. After being told we weren’t welcome at one training school, we found an outdoor one that was perfect to train us both :). He learnt to keep calm around other dogs that he loved a bit too much, and that not all people should be feared, becoming a gentle giant that everyone loved. Much love to Wigmore vets for their patience and care as we found our feet and paws. We eventually made it into the waiting room,usually calmly. Am missing my loony, hilarious shadow every day, and I hope he’s running riot somewhere xx"
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