I want to thank Dr. Whittle and the Staff at MCAC for the great care and comfort you have given to Tobi for the past 11 years. Tobi lived a very vivacious life. His favorite pastime would be to look out our patio door and greet the many passersby (especially his fellow dog companions) with his lively barking. Tobi especially loved chasing after squirrels and jack rabbits in our yard. However, when a motorcycle whipped by, he went absolutely nuts! It was like he wanted to ride on the back of that vehicle. Tobi gave our family much joy and unconditional love and we miss him tremendously. He was loved and spoiled by our family as he was our first dog. Tobi left a deep hole in our hearts that will be hard to fill. Thanks again to Dr. Whittle and Staff
Mr. Peaches was adopted on a random Sunday afternoon in 2014 from the Anti-Cruelty Society in downtown Chicago, purely on his name and his relaxed demeanor. He was 7 at the time and his family stopped at nothing to make sure he had the best life. He was not your average cat – anyone who met him loved him. He was extremely vocal, purred loudly and loved to cuddle. He loved eating tortilla chips, turkey, ham and the monthly water bill right before it was due. We will never forget him and we will miss him every day.
While visiting family in Indiana,Tigger adopted me. He was at the door every am. So I bought a carrier and gave him a home. He was the most gentle animal to my kitties at home. Never showed any aggression towards anyone-ever. As my kitties suffered from illness and I had to euthanize them he ALWAYS sat on the bed with them and never moved! Was just there for them. I hope he feels I gave him back all that he gave to others. God care for my Dear Tigger 😻
Our “Chilly Dog” was liked by everyone we met. He was gentle, easygoing, loyal, playful, and lovable; a beautiful shepherd with bright brown eyes and a thick soft coat-a majestic looking dog. He was our constant, lloyal companion, a gentle giant who gave us nine wonderful, joyful years. We will miss our dear loyal friend!
Lucy was a part of our lives for almost 13 years. She was a gentle, loving mother to all A beautiful soul who brought nothing but happiness and love to all around her. We were blessed to have her as our first family dog. She may not be with us any longer but she will live forever in our hearts. We will miss you Lucy forever.
Our beloved friend and companion, Chooch, has gone to the Rainbow Bridge on January 13, 2020, after giving us almost 15 years of unconditional love. We have been so lucky he chose our family to spend his life with. He made us all smile and gave us so much comfort throughout the years. We will miss him and love him forever!
Carmie was my first pet. He could tell time in both Italian and English & loved his friends “Mousey & Fishy”. While I still had my condo, we would watch the fireworks at Sandburg H.S. together from our patio. He slept by my side each night, and would “remind” me if it was getting too late…. We moved in with my daughter and Carm got to go outside for the first time ever. She had a 3-tier “flower tower” we called his “garden apartment.” Carm spent summers watching the birds, chasing “critters” on the patio that he could never catch, and laying on his back in the sun. The best times were our morning “love time” when I would brush Carm on my lap…. He is very sorely missed.
Thank you Dr Whittle & staff for your warmth & kindness towards Travis, Terry & I during this challenging time these last several months.
Travis was such a loving four legged friend who was a family member. Being a rescue dog, I always thought we rescued Travis but he actually rescued us. We are forever grateful for our time together ❤️
Midnight was born in Hawaii in 2004. Tammy, her original owner had to feed him at the Animal Clinic where she helped because he had lost is mother. Tammy decided to keep him. He came to the Mainland in 2005 with his two sisters, Mahu & Kamala. When she moved to an apartment in 2006 they only allowed 2 cats so I, Jean, Tammy’s mother took Midnight as he was the youngest of all from Hawaii. Having him for 13 years, to have to put him down so he would not suffer was hard. He was a cat who loved to be petted and rubbed BUT not held. Getting a hug was not on his wish list. He is greatly missed. He did get a lot of love. Now at peace.