A sweet Boxer dog that has lived the most of her life in a kennel is searching for a caring home to spend her golden years with. If Molly, who is 11 years old, doesn’t find a forever adopted home, she will likely wind up living in a kennel for the rest of her life.
The puppy, who has been residing at the Dogs Trust facility since she was barely 8 months old, was discovered on the streets.
The lovely Molly has spent more than ten years living at a shelter in Loughborough, a well-known little town in the United Kingdom.
Over the years, the team has given Molly much-needed love and care, but the group’s volunteers are anxious to find her a forever home for her retirement.
Dogs Trust manager Celine Di Crocco stated to Metro:
“We’d love for Molly to finally find the home she deserves. She’s a really wonderful girl with a great heart.”
Although Molly has never visited a household, Celine, who has had the furry one stay in her home for a time, can confirm that the animal is the “ideal guest.”
She slept in the living room at night and we liked snuggling there. She was absolutely at ease with all the various sounds and scents.
She is also described as being extremely kind by her carers; she enjoys playing and going on walks, and all she really wants is someone to love her deeply.
Molly, who has lived her whole life in a kennel, must adjust to living with people, so moving in with a family will be a significant transition for her. As a result, the group advises everyone who is interested in adopting it to approach it in a pleasant manner.
As a “patwork dog” from a shelter, Molly need a little assistance to feel at ease in specific circumstances.
“She had a terribly difficult beginning to life, but all dogs genuinely deserve a loving family, and we hope Molly finally gets to meet hers this Grandparents Day.”
The volunteers at the animal welfare center who have taken care of her for her whole life love her despite all of her flaws. Until they are adopted into a permanent home, the organization, in Celine’s opinion, provides the greatest care for all of her dogs.