Friday, October 16, 2009

In Ever-Loving Memory, on the 3rd Anniversary....

A Girl of Substance, with Strong Will and Generous Heart,

Known to ALL for her loving and captivating Cheekiness, ( as per name given)

For eternity You will be our guiding light (on this Deepavali Day)...

Monday, August 3, 2009

Jake Now in London

At last Jake is in London. It was a very sad day for me to see him go that day, But happy that he's settling down well there.

His new pics

Thursday, December 25, 2008

Jake's Last Christmas in KL

This Christmas will be Jake's last Christmas in KL, in less than 6 months' time he will be going to UK. All arrangements and documentations have been made and waiting for the right timing.

Jake was one of my rescued dog and given to a very good home and I'm glad that he's in good hands. He was with me for 6 months before he was adopted. Till today he still remember me.

Today I attended his last christmas as the adopted parents are going back to UK.

I am very happy for Jake. I'll miss you.

Hope you will like the Reindeer horn I gave you for Christmas

Goodbye Puppy Goodbye

It has been a week since Puppy left home to the Ravi's family after being with me for 3 years. Hope he will have a better life with them who will give him undivided love.

Memoirs of Puppy on the last day with me.

Monday, November 3, 2008

Cheeky in my arms!

"It's with me now" both your paw prints and photos are with me now forever.

About lunch time, on the 28th October 2008, the day I advertised Cheeky' Tribute, I received a call from Mrs Lim, saying that she has with her a few photos of me and cheeky. Infact, she told me actually there's a family photos with Cheeky. Picture taken with 3 families, the Lim, Law and Teoh's families, whom missed Cheeky dearly. Guess what ! The photos were taken on my 40th birthday and Cheeky and Chunky, her brother, were my own birthday present. The best birthday present ever !

Take a look of the happy moments of everyone around Cheeky! God bless you, Cheeky !

Pictures of Cheeky and Chunky. Look how loving Chunky is to the sister, Cheeky.

"A Loved One is Not Gone, Until They're Fogotten!

And to Live in the Hearts of those Left Behind Is to

Live Forever ! "

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Pet's Memorial - A Tribute to Cheeky

A year has passed and still deeply remembered.

Pet's Memorial? People gave me a stare whenever I brought up the matter.

But today, I managed to fulfill my dream to do so, Yup ! It's in The Star Classified Ads under Pets Column. Not my Best choice but at least it's there. It can't be published under Cherish or Notices, as it's not human (ha ha) so it landed in the Classified Ads. But I'm satisfied with it. It is here that I want to create an everlasting tribute to Cheeky that I dearly loved and missed. The loss of Cheeky has a deep impact on me and those who have known her. Till today, friends and families still talked about my wonderful Cheeky.

Time has changed and many household has pets which form part of the family to many. Like human, they died too. But when they died no one remember them as there's no place to do so in Malaysia. You can publish your Memorial in the Internet but who goes there?

I was attracted to the two articles recently published in Star Metro under Final Salute and Resting Place for Beloved Pets. Interesting and it's real. Pets have life too, just like us and we need to preserve that spirit and it's a healing process.

Pet memorial column in the press should be a lucrative business, like Human, Pets need to be remembered and pay tribute to too, as they are special and have enriched your life, family and friends. So let's start the ball rolling and hope in future, it will have a better placement in the press, maybe their own Cherish and Obituary Section.

Resting Place for Beloved Pets

Wednesday April 9, 2008-Star Metro

In memory: The serene ambience of the Pet Memorial Garden.

THE death of a pet can leave a deep void and create a great amount of sorrow for some. What you’re left with are memories of precious moments spent with them.

Coming to terms with the loss is not an easy process, but it can be managed if you choose to channel your grief through a unique avenue – creating a special shrine in honour of your treasured buddy. This could be done at the first ever Pet Memorial Garden located within the Nirvana Memorial Park (NMP).

Businesswoman S.H. Chia’s dog, a Shih Tzu, died last November and she was one of the first to book a plot for her pet she fondly calls JI, short for John Iris.

There are 200 plots and so far 20 have been booked since the Pet Memorial Garden was launched last year.

Chia was at the NMP with her two-year-old John Gillian or JG, also a Shih Tzu, to pay homage to elder brother JI.

“Both are from the same family. I miss my JI so much. I took the opportunity during the Qing Ming festival to pay my respects as even pets deserve them,” said Chia.

She spent RM4,800 for the funeral service when JI died.

“It was a huge loss like losing a member of the family. It didn’t want to bury him just about anywhere as I wanted him to be comfortable. This memorial centre has given me an opportunity to preserve the memory of my JI in a more dignified way,” she said.

The Pet Memorial Garden is a monument within the NMP, built to showcase the bond between people and their pets.

Just like a funeral service for a person, the pet gets the same exclusive service where the owner can witness the last rites of their beloved pet.

The package provides door-to-door service but is restricted within a 35km radius from the Nirvana Memorial Centre in Kuala Lumpur.

Owners could also erect tombstones with special inscriptions and have the burial plot landscaped to their liking.

When a pet dies, a private gathering featuring a memorial service would be conducted with loved ones and close friends to bid the final farewell.