In Memory of
Your online donation to Frankie’s Friends will be used to assist animals whose families cannot afford the cost of veterinary care.
For a donation of $30 or more, a page can be created in honor of a beloved pet. If you wish a page to be created, when you make your gift, please upload a photo of your pet and write a memorial statement for us to post.
Dear Jenyfer, This is in memory of the world’s best dog ever. Duncan was and is special. Love, Joe
Macon Macon was loved by the Mims family and will forever be missed.
Jason was 10 years old when he lost his battle with cancer. Jason touched hundreds of lives in his service as a TDI certified therapy dog and certified disaster stress relief (DSR) dog. Over the past 8 years with nearly 250 visits at St. Joseph’s hospital, Jason brought comfort, joy and emotional support to patients and staff alike. On his DSR mission in 2009, Jason touched many survivors, including one 5 year old boy who had lost almost everything, yet found a few minutes of peace just petting Jason. Jason […]
My deepest condolences to you and your family, prayers and thoughts for all at a very tough time. Dale will be very much missed by all but never forgotten. Our good Lord will now be his keeper and Dale will be looking down and watching over us every and all day. Rest in peace sir.
Dale was a kind son/nephew who would always lend a helping to hand to any stranger he met. Growing up he always had pets of his own. Dale was a devoted family man to his wife and daughter. He had a passion of working on cars and especially his 1951 Jeep Willeys. Dale had a special place in his heart for his side kick Cahouna (cat) of 18 years up until a few months before his passing. Dale also leaves behind a special Grand Doggie Cody who is currently […]
In memory of Lucy, the best dog ever.
Olie was my sister’s first “baby,” and supported her from her days in Columbus, through the move across the country to Texas where he picked up a brother (Bailey), into marriage, through another move to Tampa, and into motherhood with 2 new (human) babies. He was and will always be an indispensable member of our extended family. We miss you, Olie.
Buster was my best friend. He was diagnosed with acanthomatous ameloblastoma in his mouth. He had a partial mandibulectomy. As he was recovering, he was diagnosed with a hemangiocarcoma in his spleen. We lost him 10 days after the diagnosis. I miss him every day. Anything you can do to fight cancer would be appreciated.
Laska was a gentle giant, and a wonderful loving companion. He was fortunate to have been found by George. He will be missed, along with his “woo woo” greeting. Allan, Angie, Wylie and Heidi Hess
I wanted to give a huge thank you to everyone at Frankie’s Friends. We had a 9 and a half year old English bulldog named Rocky who ended up at the vet with some breathing problems. A few visits to the vet were somewhat inconclusive, and the bills were really piling up. Without a foundation like Frankie’s friends we would have never been able to afford to get all the testing done necessary to find out what was really going with our special guy. This was already an incredibly trying […]
Our Rufis was a beautiful, perfect Pug that made us smile everyday! We miss him so much, he will live forever in our hearts. Thank you Rufis for bringing 11 years of joy to our home! Love, Ray, Pam, Nick and Mike xoxoxo
In honor of Mia, Dr. Mourning and Betsy
Cali was a sweet and gentle girl who loved everyone and was loved by everyone who met her. Her strong will to live helped her to fight for so long without ever seeming to mind. She was very special to many and will be missed dearly. Her memory will live on in all of the lives of those she touched.
My friends lost both of their dearly loved fur babies this year, and I hope that this memorial will give them a bit of comfort.
Shiloh was a gorgeous Alaskan Malamute with a very big heart. He was a big dog who loved his human companion, Keith. We lost Shiloh quite unexpectedly when he was found to have a mass on his spleen and in his liver. Shiloh was a big, lumbering dog who used to chase Keith around the kitchen island and he always poked at my brother in such a playful way. Shiloh had his own place at the table where he loved pieces of bread as a treat. That dog loved bread. […]
Koyo Lynn was our grand dog who passed with last month due to cancer. Koyo’s owners did everything they could to provide comfort to her for over nine months. Koyo was a perfect pet whose loyalty and good training made her a joy to be around. She was a lucky dog! No dog was better loved or cared for throughout her life.
In loving memory of Tina 5.11.1998 – 07.04.2014
Sadie was my parents beloved family dog who passed away this year from cancer. She’d survived several extra years after having one of her front legs removed to prevent the spread of the disease. And she really lived a full life even after losing her leg. Sweet Sadie is missed by all who knew her.
Diesel…I want you to know that you are missed every day, buddy. When you became sick it was a struggle to pay for your care. I hope this donation in your memory helps somebody just focus on being able to provide the care that is needed and not what it costs.
Roo, aka Doodal, Hims, Hims-Doodle, Rooster, Rooster-Doodle-Scooch, and Peanut — among other nicknames — was a five-pound little man who went to ‘big-dog heaven’ in April, where he joined his Uncle Mojo. We almost lost him in 2009, when the staff at BluePearl saved his lifeby performing extensive surgery. After two stays in the ICU, we took him home to enjoy five more happy years. On the nights he was in the ICU, I would call and talk to the people caring for him, only to learn that he had […]