Molly Black Labrador Retriever Mix Female 8 Years Old
December 28, 2019
December 15, 2019
Happy Holidays. I helped foster Mom with the tree and spent some time with foster grandma too. Grandma always makes me smile and so does Grandpa. My foster mom says I would love to be adopted by an older human or someone who needs an affectionate and loving best buddy. I have so much love to give. I did great with spay surgery and I am healing well. Please check me out! I am hoping to find my New Years family.
November 24, 2019
I had my teeth and ears cleaned and x-rays of my hip. My x-rays didn’t show any problem with my hips. It runs out that I was already spayed but not mark with to show that I was. I am back with my foster mom resting.
November 19, 2019
November 11, 2019
They tell me my name is Molly. I tried to tell them my real name but humans aren’t the smartest. So my story starts in Rittenhouse Square park. I was wondering and looking for someone to help me. I was hungry and very itchy from what humans call fleas. I just wanted people to pet me and talk to me. Next thing I know, a human put me in a moving doghouse and takes me to a very scary and noisy place with cages. I was very nervous but I saw a doctor and my ichies felt so much better. Humans told me I had tick diseases too. I stayed in that cage for 5 days and humans put me on the Philly Urgent list. I loved the girls who would walk me and they loved it when I rubbed my head into them for pets. They even got me a blanket for my cage. It wasn’t so bad as long as I was being pet and loved by the girls. Unexpectedly I was taken out of the cage and put in another moving doghouse. I was nervous. Where am I going? What is happening? I was taken to another place. It was warm and the lady had very soft beds. The beds felt so good on my elbow pressure sores. It was quiet and she pet me so gently. It wasn’t long before I let out a long exhale and fell asleep on her. She gave me a cage too. I don’t mind the cage because it has soft blankets and pillows. When she leaves, I howl softly trying to call her back. I am lonely without a human. But I know to be a good girl and curl up to sleep and wait for her return. I was so good she let me chose between staying in the cage and walking around when she left. I chose to walk around and lay by the door.
My new human is called Foster Mom. She says I need to get my lady parts taken care of, whatever that means. I also need to take my medicine so I stop the infection. I am not sure what I think of other dogs. I can stand a distance from them but get very nervous. Sometimes, I just tremble and look away. When another pup is too crazy, I warn them to stay back. It hurts when they jump on me. My Foster Mom says I am going to get some x-rays.
So that’s my story. They tell me I am 8 years old. I love going for walks and I don’t pull my human around so much. But my favorite thing ever is just being with a human. I just want to be close and to love you.
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