Tuesday, July 15, 2008

.~ Mollie.~

Mollie was dropped off at the Friends of the Shelter by her owners neighbors. It seems her owner leaves town for weeks at a time and asks his neighbors to watch her. I guess they got tired off watching her and dropped her off at the shelter when no one was there.
They just put her in a cage right outside the door.
Mollie actually likes being at the shelter because they give her lots of love. She told me that she knows God will place her in a good home. Her prayers are for the people who don't know how to do things in a proper way.

1 comment:

Sylvia said...

10 years ago my daughter got her dog when she worked at the shelter. The dog had been abused and it took time for her to trust but now she is the best dog. All she wanted and all they all want is to be loved. That's what we want too. That and food:)


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