Our Midwest friends Susie Senior dogs shared this Happy Ending. So happy Molly now has a furever home and family to live out The Good Life
Here is Molly’s Story
Very sadly, 12 year old Molly recently lost both of her humans. After her former human dad passed away from cancer, her former human mom was moved to a facility that didn’t allow Molly to come along. Although we cannot change the unfortunate situation that has happened, we can help to find Molly a good future that both her former parents would be comforted by if they had the chance to know about it. PLEASE SHARE!
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A volunteer wrote, “Molly was originally from Ohio and she had lived in her previous home with an older couple since she was a puppy. The husband developed cancer and passed away, the wife was moved into a facility which didn’t allow pets. (They didn’t have any other family to take her in.) Rat Terrier Rescue Canada stepped up and took her in.
She is currently being housed with other dogs but they’re young, she would be better suited to a quiet home with another senior her size of around 10lbs. She has not been tested with cats, but she can be tested if the possible adopter does have cats. She gets frightened by fast movement, but older children maybe okay to live with.
Molly loves to be with her person, whether it be on a dog bed next to you or sleeping on the couch and joining you in your bed. She is very curious about everything, she enjoys spending time outside with you on nice days. She is a very sweet girl, and deserves a permanent place to rest her head.
Things have finally turned around for this sweet senior girl. 12 year old Molly from Toronto got ADOPTED!!
Molly’s new Mamma shared we fell in love with Molly, a little senior rat terrier you posted on your page. Yesterday, she finally arrived to her furever home. We couldn’t be more grateful to her foster family who drove her from Chatham to Guelph [in Ontario, Canada].
Molly is adapting extremely well and has already filled our hearts with laughter, joy and love. She really enjoys being outside, but then she needs her beauty sleep. smile emoticon
Old ladies can be cheeky, too! Sticking out her tongue in a photo with her new mommy…
If you are looking to adopt a senior dog local, check out some ofour recent stories on senior adoption below.