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Dog Finds New Owners After RSPCA Appeal

Tuesday January 28 2014




A STAFFORDSHIRE bull terrier who had been mistreated by her previous owners has found a happy new home!

The RSPCA's Vanessa Brenna said five-year-old Molly was one of two dogs rescued last April and taken to its Barnsley branch.

Inspectors were concerned for the pair's welfare as they were both being kept in very poor conditions and neglected by their owners.

Staff managed to find Molly a temporary home with a fosterer in December after her friend, Lola, was successfully rehomed.

However, good news came in on Tuesday afternoon that Molly had also found a new owner!

An RSPCA spokesperson said: "We're delighted to report that after eight months in RSPCA kennels, beautiful Molly has finally been rehomed.

"We would like to thank everyone involved in helping to find her new, loving owners. We wish them all the best for their exciting new life together."

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Reply Posted by kerry on Tuesday January 28 2014 at 16:49
Finally some nice newa about dogs n esp staffy breed :-) enjoy ur new home little girl

Reply Posted by Mia on Tuesday January 28 2014 at 16:51
What a wonderful story, glad Molly has now finally got a loving home. All the very best for the future to Molly and her new family
Good to read a positive animal story after the horrendous story of Hugo the cat from Fridays news. RIP Hugo

Reply Posted by jo on Tuesday January 28 2014 at 17:24
great news. hope she can live a happy life now x

Reply Posted by Hugh marks on Tuesday January 28 2014 at 20:54
Excellent news I have been a Foster carer for injured, elderly or hard to home dogs for a similar charity for years, please if you can offer even a temporary loving home to a frightened desperate dog, please contact RSPCA or any similar, many dogs languish in kennels getting more & more depressed being over looked by prospective new owners because they're not puppies are too old or are just nervous sdva result of months in isolation in kennels.-PLEASE PLEASE If this story has touched your heart contact RSPCA or BARNSLEY ANIMAL WELFARE ion indeed other charity, you Can help. xx

Reply Posted by Me on Wednesday January 29 2014 at 01:17
I got my dog from cliffs kennels, she was a shivering wreck @ 3 months old, even now any loud noises makes her cowerer after 18 months, you tell me these imbeciles don't want what they do???

Reply Posted by dean on Wednesday January 29 2014 at 08:49
The owners of these dogs should be treated the same way they treat these animals and see how they like it , its only my own opinion of course but but i dont think the sentences handed down to those who are guilty of animal cruelty are severe enough .

Reply Posted by tonty on Wednesday January 29 2014 at 16:45
I AGREE BIG STYLE ANYBODY WHO MISSTREATS A ANIMAL SHOULD GET THE SAME AS A PERSON I-E BEATING A DOG TO DEATH SHOULD GET LIFE IN PRISON SAME AS A MAN BEATING HIS WIFE OR CHILDREN AND KILLS THEM WOULD GET LIFE BUT A DOG A SHITTY BAN FOR KEEPING ANIMALS FOR A FEW YEAR THEN CAN MOVE TO A DIFFERANT COUNTY AND GET A DOG AND DO IT AGAIN. WOULDNT BEABLE TO DO IT AGAIN IF THEY LOCKED HIM/HER UP AND IF THEY GOT A HARDER PUNISHMENT WOULD THINK TWICE ABOUT DOING IT AGAIN

Reply Posted by teresa on Wednesday January 29 2014 at 13:32
send em to prison i think the should treat animals like yer would kids wi love n affection if yer cruel to animals yer could be cruel to kids my oppinion of corse



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