Honor Your Pet in 2 Ways

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The Pet Memorial

Your pet’s name will appear on the upcoming memorial monument alongside other animals from across the globe.

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Rescuing animals

Your charitable sign-up for The Pet Memorial provides food, shelter and protection for  thousands of animals monthly… 

Honor Your Pet in 2 Ways

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The Pet Memorial

Your pet’s name will appear on the upcoming memorial monument alongside other animals from across the globe.
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RESCUING ANIMALS​

Your charitable sign-up for The Pet Memorial provides food, shelter and protection for thousands of animals monthly…

Why Join The Pet Memorial

We created The Pet Memorial to give pet guardians a truly MEANINGFUL way to come together to  honor their beloved pets. When you add your pet to The Pet Memorial, your pet’s name will appear on the memorial monument  and your pet’s legacy will help provide food, shelter, veterinary care and protection-from-cruelty to thousands of other animals who have no families to love them yet, no homes of their own. 

Do So much good for such a small price

We are devoted to underdog animal rescue squads all over the planet. Here are just a few of those who will get help through your participation in The Pet Memorial.

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Celebrating 10th year!The Pet Memorial is a project of the Harmony Fund charity, celebrating 10 years of animal rescue.

Sign Up Now Add your pet to the memorial today

Still Your Hero. Share Your Pet's Story

Your pet will forever be remembered in 3 ways:

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Your pet’s name on The Pet Memorial monument. 

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Your pet’s tribute page on our website

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Animals across the planet will be rescued.

The Time Capsule

The Pet Memorial’s list of names will be held in a time capsule until 2026 when it will take physical form in a way that honors departed pets and our mission to help animals in need. 

Time Capsule

You'll Be Saving Animals Globally In 3 Ways

The Pet Memorial is a creation of the Harmony Fund international animal rescue charity. It provides a living legacy as you and your pet come together one more time on a mission to help animals all over the planet.

#1. Help Underdog Rescue Squads

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Honor your pet while helping underdog animal rescue squads all across the planet.  You’ll provide food, veterinary care, shelter and protection-from-cruelty.

#2. Feed Homeless Street Animals

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You’ll help sponsor rescuers who head out onto the streets each day to bring meals to animals who are homeless and have no food supply.  As quickly as space opens up, the animals are brought into rescue centers.

#3. Protect Animals From Danger

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Fighting cruelty and protecting wildlife from harm are very important aspects of our mission. You and your pet can keep so many species safe together.

Memorialized Pets

We created The Pet Memorial to give you a way to join forces with your pet once again, this time in a very special mission that will help thousands of less fortunate animals each month.

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Tinker (Australia)

“We got our beautiful girl Tinker 11 years ago from the pound. It was her third time in the pound and she was looking at Death Row the next day if we had not adopted her. I knew I had to bring her home and it has literally been the best decision I made in my whole life.”

– Tillie Anne

Ginger

Ginger (USA)

“Ginger loved to go everywhere with us. We took her on vacations and she was always right in the middle of the action. Ginger was a foodie – she loved to eat. The beach was her favorite place – she loved to swim and chase the seagulls. I will love her forever.”

– Cynthia Mastandrea

Samson

Samson (Ireland)

“Dear Samson – our first son – it was with the heaviest of hearts we said goodbye to you today and let you cross the rainbow bridge. Although you were eight years old on the outside you always remained a puppy on the inside.”

– Aoife Muldowney

Norman

Norman (USA)

“I had never cared for a bunny when I adopted Norman, but he was a great teacher. It’s not so much about learning the physical care, but about really listening to what an animal is trying to tell you. He loved to play in the grass, snuggle and eat slices of banana. My darling boy.”

-Laura Simpson

Yuki

Yuki (USA)

“Yuki worked in the Canine Assistance Therapy (CAT) Training Program with wounded warriors and participated in regular visits to Warrior Transition Centers, Veteran’s organizations, retirement communities, children’s homes, and military hospitals.”

-Anthony and Christine Garris

Princess

Princess (Albania)

“We made it through almost 9 years together and traveled the world. My little girl’s ashes continued with me on my journey abroad until my return to Albania where I am now active in helping street dogs, stray dogs and abandoned dogs.”

– Sam Lopez

Norman

Norman (USA)

“I had never cared for a bunny when I adopted Norman, but he was a great teacher. It’s not so much about learning the physical care, but about really listening to what an animal is trying to tell you. He loved to play in the grass, snuggle and eat slices of banana. My darling boy.”

-Laura Simpson

Cyote

Cyote (United Kingdom)

“He sang the 2 hour journey home and never stopped singing for the almost 12 years he was with us. He was the most beautiful, funny, cheeky, loving soul ever.”

-Debbie Evans

Princess

Princess (Albania)

“We made it through almost 9 years together and traveled the world. My little girl’s ashes continued with me on my journey abroad until my return to Albania where I am now active in helping street dogs, stray dogs and abandoned dogs.”

– Sam Lopez

Diesel

Diesel (Canada)

“This is our dog Diesel, our 14 year old Rhodesian ridgeback who we rescued when he was 9. Diesel passed away 3 weeks ago and every day I want him back but he’s living the good life up in doggy heaven. We miss him every day.”

-Mary Bauer

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(USA)

“We shared a life. From New York to Florida. I loved him, my husband loved him, my children loved him!”

-Ali Rabin

Castlelough Ferryman

Castlelough Ferryman (UK)

“A horse of a lifetime, her memories can never be taken from my daughter.”

-Guy Georgian

Yuki

Yuki (USA)

“Yuki worked in the Canine Assistance Therapy (CAT) Training Program with wounded warriors and participated in regular visits to Warrior Transition Centers, Veteran’s organizations, retirement communities, children’s homes, and military hospitals.”

-Anthony and Christine Garris

Testimonials from Animal Rescuers

Meet a few of the brave animal rescuers who are benefitting from donations from The Pet Memorial.

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Flurries at the Door

On top of the ongoing monthly commitments to so many rescue centers, there’s a constant flurry of knocks on our door – most of them,

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