This page is dedicated to the Grey Muzzle Always In My Heart campaign donors. During the year, our supporters celebrate the pets they have cherished by making a special "in memory of" donation to the Always In My Heart campaign. A gift of $20 or more supports senior dogs nationwide who have become homeless when they are most in need.
Always in My Heart Donors
Always in My Heart tributes are displayed with most recent tributes at the top.
Flint was my heart and soul dog. He was my best friend and protector. Flint was an old soul and I was lucky to have shared his life.
When we left our home country in the 1960s, our dog Judah was left behind. I was just a toddler, but never stopped thinking about him and the rotten life he probably had after we left.
You were 8 years old when I adopted you. I knew when I first saw you that we were meant to be together. You were 14 years old when you departed in October 2019. I can still see you running around the yard with your ears flopping in the wind chasing the bunnies that happened to pass by.
My dear sweet Bandit I miss you so much and I will love you forever.
Thanks for being my friend.
Kerry Stubbs and Ty Boheler
We had a dozen wonderful years with our angel dog Terra. We wish we could have had at least a dozen more.
Mandy, Luke and Phoenix
In honor of InDee, the most stylish adventure pup we knew! Thank you for all the memories and laughs. We will miss you.
Mark and Sue White
You are in our thoughts every day and will always live on in our hearts. I miss you like sunshine my sweet girl. Four years were not enough but you made us so proud to have been your 1st home.
Thank you to those who took you off the streets of Houston. Thank you sweet senior Dahlia for the three years of love and friendship you gave me. I wish with all my heart that our time together could have been longer but I am thankful for every minute we were given.
My beloved pet is a cat ...
In memory of Coco, who I now see with my heart. She was taken too soon and I miss her every day. I’ll love you always, Coco.
Chris and Jill Rule
For Porter, a dog that lived by his own rules. See you at the rainbow bridge, buddy!