Adopted 2/8/10 – 17/5/12
Dear Molly came into our care via the charity as a very poorly girl. We offered to foster her until she was ready to be re-homed. She captured our hearts and soon became part of the family; we decided to give her a permanent home. Although she was blind and had ongoing health problems, she enjoyed a wonderful quality of life and proved to be a stoic and loving little girl. For anyone dismissing the idea of giving a home to an older dog – please think again.
Molly brought us endless joy, and her determined nature was a source of constant amusement. She was a real doggie diva and put our two boy Westies in their place. She experienced the sand between her paws and the wind in her hair on the beach, sniffs and walks at the local park and had a band of admirers, both human and canine. Molly was even awarded Best in Show in a local competition. She left us peacefully cuddled in our arms, knowing that she was loved beyond measure. At peace now with Poppy and Floss.
Sandra, David, Bosley and Chalkie x