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Dogs Trust's ‘Loneliest Dog’ Molly Looking For Forever Home After Spending 11 Years In Kennels

Dogs Trust's ‘Loneliest Dog’ Molly Looking For Forever Home After Spending 11 Years In Kennels

Who wouldn't want to take Molly home?

Naomi Chadderton (FL)

Naomi Chadderton (FL)

Around 11 years ago, eight-month-old puppy Molly was found wandering the streets and has spent almost all of her life since in kennels. *Heart breaks*

Having never known the love of owners or had a house to call her home, as Molly is getting older, charity bosses are desperate to find her a home, LeicestershireLive reports.

A gorgeous boxer cross, Molly sounds like an absolutely amazing dog, and we can't believe she hasn't been snapped up already.

According to Dogs Trust Loughborough, "Molly is a very special girl with a big heart, she loves the people closest to her and will wag her little stumpy tail when she sees her human friends.

She has always had worries around strangers and other dogs due to a lack of socialisation as a pup and this will need to be well managed in a home."

All the staff at Dogs Trust love Molly (
Dogs Trust Loughborough)

As for the type of home needed, as Molly has been in kennels the majority of her life, she will need to be introduced into a home with a slow and steady process, where there are a maximum of two adults and no other pets.

"Multiple visits over several months to the centre will be required to get to know Molly," adds the trust.

Let's find Molly a loving home (
Dogs Trust Loughborough)

Celine Di Crocco, manager at Dogs Trust Loughborough, said: "Molly is a very special girl with a big heart and we would love her to finally find the home she deserves.

"Although she has unfortunately not spent much time in a home, Molly has stayed with me and she was the ideal house guest.

She was perfectly comfortable with all the different sounds and smells, slept in the lounge at night and we enjoyed a cuddle on the sofa in the evening.

Dogs Trust Loughborough

"She had a really tough start in life, but every dog really does deserve a loving family and we're hoping that this Grandparent's Day on Sunday, Molly finally gets to meet hers."

We've got everything crossed that she finds a loving home ASAP.

You can find more information here.

Featured Image Credit: Dogs Trust Loughborough

Topics: Life News, Real