Camp Companion


Moonlight Memorial is inispired by our beloved companions whom have gone before us. 







   Beloved companion of Karen Mathias



Beloved companion of the Mueller Family

One of the happiest, drooliest dogs. Will miss you.


Evan has passed away due to health issues on Dec 2nd.  We will miss most his exuberance for life and how much he loved his car rides.  I’m sure the dog slobber on the roof of the car will live on………. The kids both miss their sledding buddy especially with all the new snow. We miss you Evan.

Mom, Dad, Ashlynn and Marshell.

Iron Vixen Evalynn
CGC     12/25/1997 – 12/05/2010

Loving, Patient, Sweet, and Forever in our hearts – Evie. Evie has passed away late on Dec 5 due to a stroke.  She enjoyed camping, car rides, cuddling in bed or any place you were.   Our hearts are breaking, but we know Baxter and Rylie were waiting for you specifically at the bridge. We miss you gremlin. Keep those other dogs in line at the bridge.     
Mom, Dad, Ashlynn, and Marshell

Beloved companion of Cindy Jaclyn, and Jenny

Thank you Skinner family for allowing us to be part of Maya's life
Michele Quandt
Marcia Latz
Dave Stephenson

Beloved companion of the Cliby Family

It was an honor to care for you and be loved by you
I am not quit sure what Zeus will do without you...
Michele Quandt

7/1998 - 12/18/2009
In loving memory of Saltie, my best friend, live trapping companion and expert cat socializer. Saltie was always happy a guy. He sought affection and petting from everyone he met. He considered every person and dog he met his friend. His unending love and the joy he brought me will always stay alive within me.

We got Leo through Pet Companion. He chose us. As soon as we sat down on the bench he climbed on Chris's shoulder and started purring. He was everybody's favorite, curious, playful, and so affectionate. He loved outdoors, whenever we were doing the yardwork, he would be right there, chasing leaves, play-attaking our other cats and just being goofy. And sometimes he would come for affection, he would rub on your legs, get up on hind paws and climb on your chest and lick your nose, if you were too slow to pet him.

Leo was hit by a car on a quiet frontage road with 30 m/hour speed limit, with signs SLOW, KIDS AT PLAY posted every 10 yards.

We miss you, Leo. We were lucky to have you and are very sad to say good bye.

The Wendt family

Beloved Companion of Cindy Skinner

Moorey joined our family by his choice. It seemed that ours was the only house he didn't try to destroy. His youth was filled with energy and mischief including the still talked about "Great Corned Beef Heist". He became an expert escape artist in his middle years, always able to get by the guards causing genuine panic and mayhem around the neighborhood.

He spent his last summer taking long naps under our maple tree. He left us just as his age was trying to catch up to him. For that I am grateful.

Moorey, your leash is ready and there is always a spot on the couch, or under the tree.


Marvin has passed away on March 31, 2009 at the old age of what we think is 18+ years old after a lengthy illness. Marvin was adopted as a senior cat in 2001, and lived his last 8 years with us. We will miss his demanding way he insisted that his food dish be full at all times. Your head butts, talking and purrs. Your humans along with Lorretta, Lexus, and Mayla are going to miss you. Lorretta knows those girls will not play with her like you did. Marshell will miss the patient way that you put up with all of his little boy antics and were still willing to play with a toy mouse with him. You were the Best!

We will miss you mister naughty.

Jason, Natalie, Ashlynn, and Marshell

Marvin the great! You were great. You always greeted me when I came and acted like I had just been there yesterday. It was a great pleasure to know you.



Beloved companion of Cindy Skinner

Cindy Skinner
Marcia Latz
Michele Quandt
Jean Girardi


Rescued by an angel - now living with the angels above
Thank you to Barb Wilker for her love and care for this lost soul.

Michele Quandt

In memory of Larry Weeks

Larry fostered and adopted many cats over the years.

The Porath Family

In memory of Luella Kern

Pat Foster

In memory of Joannie Foley

Pat Foster
Laurie Anderson
Michele Quandt

In memory of Gus
Beloved companion of Shelley Burkhardt

Char and Marxie

In Memory of Mayla Fass

Mayla Faas passed away August 28, 2009 of natural causes. Adopted as an elderly cat 8 years ago she lived to what we think was about 15 to 17 years old. She was one of the sweetest most loving cats on the planet who was extremely tolerant of little kids and was known to be a good sport in playing kitty hair salon with the kids. She would purr and grind her teeth at the same time to let us know how much she loved what we were doing. We always knew we were cuddling her just right. She loved her cat nip and would be the first to rub it all over herself and start playing. She remained active and playful until the day she passed away. We were not ready to let you go yet. Keep Marvin company for us blondie.

Love you,

Jason, Natalie, Ashlynn, Marshell and the K-9 and Kitty Crew.

Greyson Graham
11/1/1996 to 4/9/2009

I said goodbye to my Greyson this morning, My heart is broken but at peace because I know he is no longer suffering. I was in pain watching him be in pain. I loved him so much. Here is his picture and tribute. Thank you for doing this. I am aching in my heart terrible today
Thanks for doing this:

Greyson, my little boy, you mean more to mommy than you could ever imagine. From day 1 you settled in as my baby, You shared with your daddy but mommy was #1. We remember you as a kitten sitting on your dad's head, standing on your back legs leaning in to the fish tank to watch the fish. You talked with us. Everytime we said "tell me" you always put out a little meow, very lightly as if you were answering us. You had so many unique qualities. When we said "give us a kiss" you pushed your head up so we could kiss you on the head, as if knowing that kiss was coming, You survived other cats and were very patient when Jack came into our life 3 years ago as a kitten. Right to the end, you fought the good life. You survived cancer surgery in December even after the vet gave you less than a 50% chance of survival. You fought for me, now it was my turn to return the favor by taking you out of your pain. You were by my side every night, You woke me at 3am for treats. I love you so much and although my heart is broken because you are gone, my heart is at peace because I know you are at the Rainbow Bridge with your older brother Rugrat who has been waiting for you for 18 months. Be at peace little one. Your mommy and daddy love you very much.

Loving you always and forever,

Mommy and Daddy and brothers Jack and Snuggles

If it should be that I grow frail and weak
And pain should keep me from my sleep,
Then will you do what must be done,
For this -- the last battle -- can't be won.
You will be sad I understand,
But don't let grief then stay your hand,
For on this day, more than the rest,
Your love and friendship must stand the test.
We have had so many happy years,
You wouldn't want me to suffer so.
When the time comes, please, let me go.
Take me to where to my needs they'll tend,
Only, stay with me till the end
And hold me firm and speak to me
Until my eyes no longer see.
I know in time you will agree
It is a kindness you do to me.
Although my tail its last has waved,
From pain and suffering I have been saved.
Don't grieve that it must be you
Who has to decide this thing to do;
We've been so close -- we two -- these years,
Don't let your heart hold any tears.

In memory of Kathy Stettler's father

Char and Marxie

In memory of Gus
Beloved companion of Shelley Burkhardt

Char and Marxie

In Memory of
Ekaterini A. 'Tina,' 'EK' Rangl

Camp Companion has lost a very dear friend. Our memories will include the love that EK gave to some very special friends in our foster program.

Michele Quandt
Teresa Zais
Carmelita & Cashew

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