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Dedications can be for any special pet or a beloved friend who has passed.
In memory of Pat Teisseire a generous donation has been made. Her friends & family loved her and she loved animals.
P.E.T.S. is ever grateful to those who remember us in honor of the animals they loved...
Charles "Charlie" Richard Miller passed away on September 15th. at St. Elizabeth Hospital at the age of 82. Charlie was born to Charles and Martha Miller of Bedford, Indiana on October 1, 1936. He was 1 of 9 siblings. Charlie joined the Navy from 1954 to 1959. He moved to Red Bluff California in 1961 and never left. Charlie went back to school to become an auto mechanic and to raise his family. He opened his own garage named Miller's auto repair. He had that business for many years. He later went to work with Larry Costa. Charlie not only worked with Larry but they became great friends. Charlie had many friends. He liked to hunt in his younger years but he really loved to fish. He also loved his partner of 33 years and his family, he enjoyed a good party, casinos, barbecuing and his many pets. Charlie is survived by his partner Donna Gordy of Red Bluff, sister Reva of Indiana, sister Sharon of Arizona, Son-in-law and daughter Kendel and Belinda Trent of Gerber, daughter Becky Puckett of Red Bluff, 5 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. Services will be held on Friday, October 11th. at 2 PM at the Veteran Cemetery in Igo California. In lieu of flowers Charlie would like contributions to be made to P.E.T.S. PO Box 1174 Red Bluff, CA 96080 or through their website petstehama.org. Contact person is Sharon Russell. We love you, miss you and you'll forever be in our hearts (Charlie, dad and papa)
In memory of Rachel Kay Reynolds and her love of animals.
My best friend and all time most wonderful dog "Wolf" passed away. We walked at the Diversion Dam almost every morning for the past 8 years. He loved everyone and was loved by anyone who met him. He was a kind and gentle dog. He will be missed for a very long time. But I know he is reunited with my Mother & Sister and his canine friend Stover.
A little munchkin, who didn’t quite weigh 2 pounds, but thanks to the kindness of the shelter attendant and a thumb on the scale, she let us take him home. From the moment he entered our home, tail held high, he knew the place was his.
He was a trooper and we often laughed that he was more dog than some of the other canines in the house… throw a toy, he’d fetch… dog kibble, well, wasn’t that what everyone was supposed to eat? Where ever we and the dogs were, he would be right in the thick of it… He eventually grew into a whopping 22 pounds, a far cry from his beginning weight. And a voice… at the shelter they had named him Domingo after their favorite opera star and during all these past years, he never stopped “singing”. He always let us know what he wanted and when… litter box not clean enough…whoa, get in there and make it right… want a little snack or a scratch under the chin…well, here I am and let’s get cracking… Until recently, bedtime meant him sleeping on my head, paws softly stroking my cheek … it was a beautiful way to drift into slumber…
Monster wasn’t “just a pet”… he wasn’t “just a cat”…he was so much more and the world became a bit dimmer today because he is no longer in it… I love you “Mr. Man”… until we meet again…
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