Molly is just perfect; she is three-years-old which means she is out of the mischievous puppy antic stage, she is spayed, she is heart worm negative, and she is up to date on all of her vaccinations. Still this Labrador retriever and pit bull mix is on the euthanasia list at Fort Worth Animal Care and Control.
Tragically, Molly has an upper respiratory infection which "fast tracks" them to the back room to die.
Can we help her now?
Molly is reported to be gentle and loves to cuddle, kiss, and hug.
Please click here for Molly's Facebook page link where animal advocates were able to convince the staff at Animal Control to give her a reprieve for another 24 hours in order to find Molly a rescue, a foster, or a home.
Molly's story is being told by the Urgent Animals at Fort Worth Animal Care and Control.
If interested in saving Molly please follow the instructions:
TAGGING INSTRUCTIONS: The above animal has been identified as URGENT. (S)he must be tagged by 9 a.m. on the designated day (if one is listed) and picked up by close of business that same day. If you do not, your tag may become invalid.
Please do not call the shelter. Also, messages posted on an animal’s thread may be overlooked and do not constitute a valid tag. The ONLY way to tag an animal is by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with the Animal ID#. Detailed tagging information is at https://www.facebook.com/fwaccurgents/info."
Please refer to #22204753 when referencing Molly.
Share Molly's story this afternoon and evening with everyone you know including your friends, family, and coworkers. Help this dog find a home; she is perfect!
CORRECTION: Please note the name of the dog, according to the shelter is Star.
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