Sweet senior girl, Molly Moo, crossed the Rainbow Bridge on March 3 after a short battle with cancer.
Molly was rescued from the Richardson Shelter in November 2017 by Martha Denton and Pat Rotundo. She’d been left there when her previous owner went into hospice care. Severely underweight and suffering from laryngeal paralysis, Molly Moo underwent surgery to allow her to eat and breathe, but which left her with a raspy half-bark that became her trademark sound. She also struggled with arthritis in her back legs but nothing affected her happy spirit. She was always eager for attention and brushing and occasionally even a little dance in the sunshine.
A fast-growing and painful malignant tumor proved too much for her, though, and the decision was made to let her go peacefully. She crossed the Bridge as she lived life – snoring contentedly, happy to be with her two foster moms, Pat and Martha.
Run free and bark loudly, Molly Moo. We will miss you.