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Yesterday was a terribly sad day that still has me in tears. Molly whom I adopted from you September of 2006 (formally Lilly) passed away yesterday March 22, 2011. She is my heart and my heart is broken. She has been a joy and very very loyal companion. Her being 10 years old I know that the 5 years I had her was a fulfilled wonderful loving time. She is greatly missed. Thank you again for allowing her to be a part of my life.
Just an update on Molly (formally Lilly) As of the 30th of September we celebrated having her for a year. Again she is my heart. We did try a 2 year old hearing female Dane but after 10 days it was obvious that Molly is to be an only child at least in her size. The other Dane was very food aggressive and jumped Molly from behind so of course Molly got the brunt on it. So we returned the hearing Dane and Molly was more than happy to have the house to herself. She does tolerate the Macaw better and I don't worry about the 2 unsupervised. She is definitely a mommies girl, and at my feet no matter where I go. Again she is wonderful and we love her dearly, she was worth the time and drive to pick her up (16 hours). She is quite the hit everywhere we go. She had her first boat ride to check crab pots, everyone loved her life vest. Thank you so much for letting us adopt her. Lori.
Here is a recent picture of Molly and me. She is a wonderful babysitter for my great niece who is 4.5 years old. She is still just a mommy's girl and I hope that never changes a little selfish on my part but she is my heart. She is able to graze at Joe's (Macaw) food without having to dodge him when he is on top of his cage, but she won't eat the fruit and nuts in her own bowl. She is always waiting for me when I get home and definitely knows what days are my days off, she knows if I'm going in the truck so is she. Again thanks so much.
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