On behalf of the staff at Tillie Lake Veterinary Clinic, we are honored to pay respect to our beloved animal friends who have passed. We also welcome you to create a lasting tribute for your beloved pet or animal friend on our website's Pet Memorial page.
Click here to submit your pet memorial online.
Morgan - February, 2005 - November, 2020
"Morgan adopted me when he was 9 months old. It was a warm November day when he sat on the bench watching me rake the leaves. The first day he only watched me, but on the second day, he walked in circles around my feet, purring all the time. I took him in and for the next 15 years, this black and white tuxedo cat taught me about unconditional love. Every night, Morgan and our dog, George would come into my bedroom. Morgan would wait until George fell asleep and then he would come to me for kisses on the top of his head. When he had enough, he would lay at my feet flicking his tail in contentment. He often purred until I fell asleep, then he would move to the great room and sleep on top of the couch. Morgan you are sadly missed each and every day. I pray you are running freely and are able to chase the birds that you always looked at out of the window".
Jazzie (TLVC's Clinic Cat) - August, 2003 - May, 2021
It is with a heavy heart that we bring you the news that our sweet clinic cat, Jazzie, has recently crossed the Rainbow Bridge.
Jazzie had been a member of the Tillie Lake family for nearly 18 years.
Many of you personally know her, as one of her favorite things was to saunter along the front counter and greet clients at the front desk.
She also enjoyed snoozing on the warm tops of the computer towers, and begging for food (that she rarely ate once offered).
Jazzie essentially acted as the clinic mascot, and became synonymous with our clinic.
We all joked that she was the real boss around here, and kept a watchful eye over all of us to keep everyone in line.
Over the last year or so, Jazzie began to slow. She also developed some long term health issues that we had been managing with various medications and therapies, but they began to take a toll on our sweet girl.
Unfortunately we recently had to make that difficult decision that we have helped so many of you make for your own beloved pets.
It was not something we took lightly, but we knew this would ultimately be the best decision for our pretty lady. A decision we made as both her medical team, and her family.
Though we will miss her terribly, we find comfort in knowing that she is no longer in pain, as she runs free on the other side of the rainbow.
We love you, sweet girl.