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Sir Lexington

June 4, 2002 - February 25, 2017

Dearest Lexington was truly one of a kind. His big brown eyes were the light of my life. He absolutely hated car rides and bathtime, never hopped onto the furniture, and was always warned us when company arrived (he even knew how to close the back door after coming in). In my worst times he would be by my side until we were eventually both snoring away. For fourteen years of my life he was the one I enjoyed coming home and talking to. He never complained once. Cancer took my pup across the rainbow bridge, where I hope one day I will join him. I miss you every single day, Lex. Be good.

Shelby Sager



02/06/2010 - 01/10/2017

My dear sweet Aja, you came to me at a dark time in my life and you were a shoulder to lean and cry on, you always made me laugh with your silly boxer ways and your sassy personality. You fought a valiant fight against cancer and it broke my heart to let you go. You will forever be a part of my heart and I look forward to the day we will be together again. I love you sassy-pants Aja!

Sandy Delozier

Bommer Ray

Boomer Ray

2012 - 5/19/16

Boomer Ray was a laid back boy. He was happy to eat, lay by my side under his blanket, have a treat, chew his bone, put his paws on my shoulders & give mommy a hug & more than anything, he loved to lay outside in the sun. He rescued me 2 yrs ago & was the perfect little buddy. He loved & adored his brothers, but was partial to his weenie sister Mia. Boomer became ill with what turned out be spinal meningitis. He passed 5/19/16. Even though I still have my other 3 babies, whom I adore, my life feels empty & my heart aches in a way I cannot explain. His time with me was short as he was a rescue, but I do know he had the best possible life while with us…. I miss him so, so much.

Wanda Fresquez


Lace Ann Runyon

4/7/2007 - 1/22/2016

After completing basic K9 training at Oklahoma City’s K9 University, Lace continued her training in personal protection and patrol with Runyon Enterprises. After 6 years of dedicated service, Lace retired to be a personal service dog. She passed at the OSU Veterinary Medical Center in Stillwater.

Ken & Billie Runyon



02-2014 - 12-2014

We found this baby kitten and her brothers in a house that was damaged by the Moore tornado. They were starving. My husband trapped a black boy first. Then another boy with tuxedo color next. He brought them home one week apart. Finally he saw a little girl. She was at least 2 months behind in size a tuxedo color. We fell in love with all. We named them Cowboy & Indian & her name was Cherokee.! She was petiet liked to cuddle in my arms. On Nov.29th took her to a spay clinic and she didn’t wake up! I was defeated. I cried for days. Her twin brother who was tuxedo in color hasn’t stopped crying and looking for her! We miss her a lot . May God Bless You Cherokee!



Gracie Lou Freebush-Bittner

unknown - January 3, 2014

Our precious little Gracie passed away yesterday. She was a beautiful little Bichon Frise we adopted from TinyPaws Rescue while living in Houston. She had been living on the streets for a while and eventually ended up in a kill-shelter where TinyPaws rescued her. We were blessed to have been her “forever” family.

Gracie was a happy, fun and very loving little girl. She stole the hearts of many. A real “Daddy’s Girl”. Almost daily Doug would question his worthiness of such love and devotion. She was his constant companion-his little shadow. She assumed every person she met was there to pet her and was always eager to accommodate. She loved people, her older sister, playing with her toys, petting, cuddling, naps and watching Daddy’s every move.

Sweet little Gracie, my heart aches…I miss you so much. Your time with us was much too short.

RIP, little girl. I love you!!!

Kathy Bittner

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