- Status: Adopted
- Breed: Jindo Mix
- Age: 10 years, 11 months
- Gender: Female
- Spay/Neuter: Yes
- Size: Medium
- Weight: 9.8 kg (22 lbs)
- Destination: Toronto
Update: Molly has found a forever home in Toronto. Yay!
Molly was rescued in Seoul, Korea in 2014. She lived outside and tied to a pole and had no water and almost no food. Luckily she was found by a cat mom who fed stray cats in that area. However, it was until 2014 that she was rescued. Molly got sick because of heartworms and finally the nelgect owner surrended her. Molly finished the heartworm treatments and now very healthy.
Since Molly was rescued, she has been living in the office of a small cat rescue group. It was because she had nowhere to go and no luck with adoption. The foster parent of Molly said that the most difficult thing for him was to leave Molly in the dark office at night alone. Molly the poor baby has been living in that office for over two years.
One day EK, the founder of Free Korean Dogs, saw a video of Molly playing on the roof top of the office building in Korea. It really touched her heart so she decided to bring her to Canada. The poor girl deserves a happy and safe life. Imagine the fear and loneliness when the door is closed and she is left alone in the dark.
Molly is shy around strangers but at the same time very affectionate and loving. She likes to sit on EK’s lap and snuggle. EK says that it is a very special feeling.
Molly is scared of other dogs especially big ones so she needs some help with socialization and training. Other than that, she is a really easy going dog. She doesn’t bark and is housebroken. She will do best in a home where is quiet (no children or other pets) and we hope to have someone with experiences with rescue dogs. She is fine with cats as long as they are not aggressive. Molly is a little bit scared of cats.