So often when someone dies, their pets get overlooked. Unless there are family members willing to care for them, they end up in shelters or worse, put down or released.
Molly Malone’s mother, Angie, just recently died, having lost a battle with brain cancer. She really needs help as her life where she is at now is not ideal. Molly does not like cats, and her current host family has four so she can’t roam the house. She either stays in a kennel room, in her crate, or is outside in a fenced in area.
If you are a pet owner, you know that pets aren’t just pets, they become family. Molly was queen of her house and was her mother Angie’s pride and joy.
Molly is a great people dog, loves attention, loves to be petted, and gives lots of kisses. She is a Corgi/Border Collie mix and weighs about 35 pounds. She is about 15″ tall and doesn’t really do that well with small dogs; she isn’t isn’t very gentle with them though she has been fine with puppies. Molly is very healthy, very house trained, and deserves someone to love and love her in return.
Molly has been in a foster home since November but it is becoming harder for them to keep her with the cat situation. They worry they will not be able to keep her much longer so Molly needs some help! Molly needs a home full of love where she can rule the roost or be around larger dogs.
If you live in or around the Chicago area, or know anyone who does, and would like more information, please contact Ann Marie with PetsNPatients at firstname.lastname@example.org. Any help you can give, even just spreading the word, would be a tremendous help. She is a really sweet dog and I would hate to see her put down because no one can take her.
as Creative Director, PetsNPatients