Anirude Motie

Born September 10, 1952 in Leonora, Guyana.
Departed on January 9, 2021 in Melbourne, Florida

Anirude Motie, age 68, passed on January 9th, 2021. Fondly known as Jai to his family, he was a beloved partner, brother, father, uncle, grandfather and granduncle. He has touched so many lives with his calm and thoughtful compassion. He dedicated his life’s work to his patients. He opened All Animal and Bird Hospital in 1988 and practiced veterinary medicine for over 40 years. He will be loved and missed by all who knew him.

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Laws Kris Karen from Melbourne wrote on May 2, 2023:
We just found out about Dr. MOTIE’S passing. We were shocked and saddened to hear of it! He was our vet for over 30 years and was the best, kindest, thorough and ABSOLUTE BEST vet anyone could ever hope for. He saw us through the care and passing of many of our cats and birds. Covid kept us away for over 2 years so we did not know. So sad but so grateful for the years of his care! Condolences to his family. Grief is indeed the price of love. All the postings are evidence he was much loved!
Ann and Don Kriegr from Malabar wrote on April 11, 2023:
Just heard the news. Our condolences to family and friends. So sorry for your loss. Dr. Motie had doctored our birds over the years.
Gina Green from Melbourne Fl wrote on February 6, 2022:
I only just heard this sad news....Dr Motie, you are a special light in this world & will shine on forever<3 The kindness you showed my family years ago has never been forgotten.....meeting us at your office on New Years morning So you could help our pet bunny cross over the 🌈Rainbow Bridge YOU are a special someone, in this life & always
Rajnarine Ramrup from Jerseycity wrote on January 13, 2022:
Dr. Moti and I attended Tuskegee University in 1981. We were best friends and developed the love of brothers. My last word , " By Ramrup I will see you for Christmas " echoes in my head. See you later my brother. I can't believe you are gone!
John Newton from Indialantic wrote on December 27, 2021:
Truly saddened to hear of Dr. Moti’s passing. For more than 20 years he has been caring for our dogs. What a truly compassionate and brilliant man!!! We will miss him dearly. The Newton Family.
Corinne & Chase Rome from Melbourne wrote on May 19, 2021:
We are shocked and devastated to hear about Dr. Motie's passing. He's been our vet since our beloved hound was born in 2016. He's done so much for us and our dog and his calm compassionate demeanor meant so much to all three of us. He once left in the middle of another appointment to give our dog a shot after he accidentally ingested ibuprofen at 4mo. old, which truly saved his life. He told my panicked husband at the time to not even think about payment right now, "we're saving the dog first." He only charged us half cost a week later. Our dog has ear issues, and Dr. Motie was always there to help. At our visit last year, he told us that we'll keep trying until we find what works, because "you never give up on your dog." I'll also always remember him playfully laughing at us when he asked for a poop sample and we brought him an entire ziplock bag full. He said he only needs "this" much, holding his fingers up. We still laugh about that today. Dr. Motie was truly the best, and the bar has been set so high for us as we search for another vet. He made such a difference to so many.
Christine Tomasetti from MELBOURNE wrote on April 6, 2021:
Dr. Motie was so kind and gentle, he has taken good care of our dogs for over 20 years. He loved is children so much and bragged about them all the time. Dave & I will miss him. Sorry we just found out now, the Tomasetti's
Janice burke from Melbourne wrote on March 27, 2021:
If I could say one thing to Dr Motie today it would be thank you for being such a selfless human being. My condolences to his family, friends and patients the world lost one of a kind . May his soul know he won’t be forgotten
Debbie Keyser from Melbourne Fl wrote on March 18, 2021:
We are heartbroken to learn of Dr. Moties passing. He was truly a kind and compassionate man. Heaven has gained a special angel. He will be greatly missed. To family, friends and staff, may your beautiful memories, and Gods grace comfortable you during this sad time. Rest in peace Dr. David Motie.
Kathy and Michelle Stapf from Cocoa wrote on February 26, 2021:
Dr. Motie is one of the Best! My daughter and I have followed him from clinic to clinic. His compassion, understanding and love of animals was a great gift. He was the one vet who went above and beyond for us and our pets! His smile, calm voice and caring nature and overall wonderful personality will be greatly missed. We have heavy hearts with tears in our eyes! Hard to believe he’s gone! Prayers for his family! We are unsure if we will be able to find another who we trust the lives of our fur babies.
Ruth Creery wrote on February 24, 2021:
Trying to reach the office to make an appointment for Barney and finally went to the web and find out he is gone. This is a horrible shock. Such a kind and wonderful man who had treat our animals for the past 25 years. My heart breaks for his family and loved ones. Go kind and loving soul and find peace. Missing you terribly.
Dr. Myron O. Downs from Athens wrote on February 19, 2021:
I am so sorry to hear about the passing of my classmate Dr. Motie. I can still remember when I first met him in our freshman year. He insisted on us just calling him "Dave". He had such a kind and gentle spirit. I can't remember ever seeing him without a smile on his face. Our deepest condolences to his family. His work is done here on earth. May he rest in peace. Dr. Myron O. Downs TU CVM Class of 1981
Dr. Myron O. Downs from Athens wrote on February 19, 2021:
I am so sad to hear of the passing of my dear classmate. He had such a kind spirit. I will always remember his kind spirit and infectious laughter. He will never be forgotten Dr. Myron O. Downs TU Class of 1981
Brenda cotton from Melbourne Florida wrote on February 12, 2021:
The best vet I have know and will ever know
Sharon Moore from Melbourne wrote on February 10, 2021:
I am heart broken to learn of Dr. Motors passing. He was an amazing vet and the best in handling his patients parents. He helped me get through the last days with my Shy baby and very compassionately walked me through her trip over the rainbow bridge. We will all miss him terribly. My thoughts and prayers are with the family and the staff.
Irene Blochl from Melbourne Beach wrote on February 7, 2021:
So sorry to hear about Dr. Motie passing. I took my parrot Mango to him for over 10 years and he always treated him with great care and attention. My thoughts and prayers are with him and his family.
Michelle and David Procise from West Melbourne wrote on February 6, 2021:
Dr. Motie was not only an outstanding vet, but he was such a kind gentle person. He loved what he did and it showed. Dr. Motie was our vet for over 20years. He was there for us anytime of day. We are sad to hear about his sudden passing. He will surely be missed. Dr. Motie and his staff are outstanding people and we will surely miss them.
Bill & Cathy Wurster from Cocoa Beach wrote on February 3, 2021:
The sudden and unexpected death of Dr. Motie is a profound loss for his family, friends, colleagues, and his loyal staff that worked with him by his side. He put his heart and soul into his practice to help, protect, heal and comfort the most vulnerable, the Animal Kingdom. His expertise and caring helped save our dear Indian Ringneck Bird, Boo Girl. We are all so saddened how a vibrant and talented man can be taken from us so quickly and everyone he touched and every animal that passed thru his hands is eternally grateful and his memory will live in all our hearts forever. Amen!
Leslie Mills from West Melbourne wrote on February 2, 2021:
I am deeply saddened by the loss of Dr. Motie. He provided my family with the best care possible over the last 12 years for our fur babies. I will truly miss him. He always had stories to tell. Dr. Motie even gave me chicken advice. Such a shock! Rest easy Dr. Motie.
Sham and Meena Singh from Clermont wrote on February 2, 2021:
We were introduced to Dr Motie by our son and daughter-in-law. We were very much saddened by the news of Dr Motie’s passing. Our deepest condolences to the family and friends. He will be terribly missed.
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