Sunday, April 20, 2008

Rest in Peace My Molly
Sad news our little Molly passed away. She was limping around the past week and I took her to the doctor a few days ago. The doctor said he didn't think she had much time yet she was very old, possibly older then we thought. Her kidneys were not working well and she was very weak. Last night She just went to sleep and died. Poor little girl, I like to think she is running around happily in heaven. Free of pain. She was loved very much here and we will all miss her smiley face. I know I will see her again one day.
Thank you all for all your wonderful notes about us taking her and I only wish I could have had her longer.

9 comments:

Linda said...

Sharon,

How wonderful of you and your son to take Molly in and care for her. Where previously she had been abused you gave her love in the final days of her life and for this I think she will be able to rest in peace. What a truly loving gift this was to Molly.

Linda

Pumpkin said...

Oh Sharon, I am SO sorry to hear about Molly :o( Take heart because she left her cruel world, into your haven before she passed away. That way she did experience the much needed love that she deserved. ((((HUGS))))

Jeanne said...

Sharon, Molly was such a lucky girl to have her last few weeks being loved and cared for by your family. She is absolutely running around in heaven having a grand old time.

Kathy said...

Sharon, I'm so sorry to hear about Molly. Our PJ died in his sleep last fall so I know what a shock it was.
Kathy

Paula C. said...

I am so very sorry for your loss...

Wendy said...

So sorry to read about the loss of your fur-baby. They hold a very dear spot in our hearts.

Gorgoglio said...

I'm so sad for Molly, but sure she is now running on the rainbow bridge watching over you and your wonderful family. Hugs

Irene said...

So sorry to hear about Molly. I'm happy that she got to experience your love in her final days.

Sheila said...

You gave Molly a very happy last few weeks of life. Maybe she felt the peace and love she needed to move on. Hugs to you, and your son, for looking after her.