29.08.03 - 21.07.15 - with us 07.10.11 - 21.07.15
It is with much sadness that we have to tell you we had to let Molly to go peacefully yesterday. We adopted her from CAESSR in October 2011 and she came with an abundance of unconditional love and lots of character. Gary picked her up from you in Stoke to drive her to her new home with us in Northumberland, however, I had to meet him half way as she barked and jumped about the back seat all the way - at that point we knew we were in for some fun times!
Molly was a rabbit and bird catching kind of girl and almost never failed to bring something home - much to the delight of our neighbours and the people we passed! She had so much energy and fun in her every walk produced a story. She even tried to drag a dead fox home one day - luckily we were able to persuade her to leave that one in the fields!
Molly was diagnosed with a brain tumor in January 2015 and we played each month as it came, thankful that she had stayed with us another month, however, she became very poorly at the weekend and the vet advised us that she now also had heart failure. We knew that if the medication didn't work over the weekend the best thing for her was to let her to go peacefully, which happened last night. We were with her and we were the last ones she saw and heard and she went knowing she was loved very much to the very end and knows how we feel about her will never go away, a hole has been left in our hearts forever.
We are grateful that CAESSR allowed us to adopt Molly, who turned out to be the best pet we could have ever wanted, her tail wagging, face rubbing, tickle demanding ways will forever be imprinted on our hearts. Our four legged shadow will never leave our side.
RIP Molly, love forever.
Amanda, Gary and Amber