Welcome to Stella's Rainbow Bridge Memorial Residency
Memories of Stella
To say Stella was my everything is selling her short. Stella was my life. I loved her. Many people don't get the luxury of bringing their dog to work - but I did. We were co-workers. We spent our entire day together. Everyday around the clock- Stella and I were together. That's what makes losing her so difficult. We were undeniably connected. I talked to her all day long and she understood me. She felt every emotion I had and she loved me so much, and I loved her so much. Stella was the sweetest thing that ever set foot on this planet. She loved everyone and everything. She always listened, was polite, never barked, played well with others, always ate her dinner, had my back, and brought a smile to anyone's face that came into contact with her. I have lost a lot of people in my life, a lot of people who meant a lot to me, but this one, by far, is taking a lot of my heart. Stella was my baby. Over the past 8 and a half years, we were a team. Where ever I went- she did too. One thing I know for sure about Stella- she felt very confident in her own skin. She was beautiful, truly beautiful inside and out. On a regular basis, I'd ask myself how I got so lucky. Really.. her temperament was of an angel. Stella's heart was made of pure gold. Her presents would captivate any room she was in with her sweet and gentle demeanor, hip shaking walk, and loud old man snoring within 2 minutes. She truly marched to the beat of her own drum regardless of time, space, or who was around. She carried herself with such grace. Stella was so special to me and I'm so grateful I was able to have such a pure piece of heaven in my life for as long as I did.
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