Yawning Molly

Quick Bio

Age: Adult (3-8 years old)
Gender: Female
Breed: Terrier (Yorkshire) / Mix
Size: Medium (7-20kg)
Colour: Brown & Black
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with vaccinations
  • House trained
  • Walks well on leash
Adoption Status: Adopted

Unfortunately, Molly has traveled a long path to where she is today. She was abandoned on the streets by her first owner, contracted heartworms as a result, was treated and recovered beautifully! Then she spent a year being someones best companion, just to be abandoned in the end over lack of preparation. She was taken into another home just to be abandoned months later from lack of understanding her needs. She ended up at my door step completely neglected, sad and heartbroken, wondering when she could trust again.

Molly would like these characteristics in her next companion:

  • Someone that is fiercly loyal
  • Someone that says "hell no" to anyone that says she cant come along (whether this is a new apt, new job, new boyfriend)
  • Someone who likes to go, she loves traveling and does very well on the bus or train
  • Someone who likes at least a 30 minute walk everyday
  • Someone who enjoys a VERY affectionate and snuggly dog
  • Someone that will buy her her very own fluffy bed
  • Someone that will let her sleep in their bed
  • Someone that doesnt have small/young children in their future
  • Someone without younger pets (older relaxed pets, or cats that do their own things she doesnt mind)
  • Someone that will spend time with her and make her a true companion
  • Someone that will talk to Molly, she loves listening!

Are you that person for Molly?

Adoption Fee: ₩75,000
Location: Daegu - 대구
Living Situation: In foster care
Adopted From: KAPS: Daegu


thatlizamac's picture

As Miss Molly's foster momma, I can't stress enough what a wonderful dog she is! Everyone falls in love with her - I was recently away for a week and a half, and her dogsitter couldn't get enough of her - I had to practically drag her out of his arms! She just needs someone to love wholeheartedly, forever. Won't it be you?

adoptbullies's picture

Molly was adopted this weekend to a great couple. She will have a stay at home mommy on top of it! We are so greatful that Molly as found her forever home she really deserves it after so much heartbreak! Love you Molly girl!

Molly's home.
adoptbullies's picture

Yesterday we have received bad news about Ms Molly. They found out that Molly has a tumor growing on the outside of her bladder which has closed off her tube that lets out the urine. They are running test now and getting a prognosis. Please please please keep her in your thoughts. Molly went thru 4 homes in less than 2 years because of selfish reasons. She deserves a happy ending.

adoptbullies's picture

Oh I am so thankful! Got this news from her mom and dad today!

"Well, Molly is going to be fine we think.We took her to the Korean Vet College they took molly this morning and did about 8 hours of tests and scans on her and it turns out that it wasn't a tumor blocking her bladder. It turns out Molly is a bit of a mutant.

On the outside she has all the looks of a female, but on the inside she also has half formed male reproductive parts as well(testicles). The doctor said she is neither male nor female and she will never reproduce because the male parts take up where her womb should be and apparently(as far as i understood) this was causing havok inside of her.

The "tumor" turned out to be a balloon like structure inside of her that was filled with a liquid no one seems to know what it is. Anyways, they drained it and told us that we will have to bring her to the vet every 1 or 2 months to make sure it doesn't fill up again and they will keep her there for another day.

The doctor said it was good we paid attention to her pee schedule because anytime a dog pees a lot, it usually signifies a problem...."

I almost cried this morning to read this!

clare_bell's picture

Amazing!! Thank goodness it's not a tumour. Poor little Molly, what a life! Thank heavens she was rescued by all you wonderful people. xxx

kmwg19's picture

Molly's adopters recently updated KAPS on her above situation. They shared

"What we thought was a tumor was actually a sac of semen that was leaking through her body. They cleaned it up and removed her testicles from inside of her. She had 3 surgeries and we are actually running her to the vet tomorrow for her final ultra sound to make sure nothing is growing back inside of her. The vet told us that they may be writing a paper on her. He said she is the first case like this in this countries history and only 7 other cases have ever been reported in the world, but all of those have always been the other way around, male on the outside and female on the inside, so she is the first ever case like this. But, she is doing very well and seems to be much more active since her surgeries."

We are so glad to hear Molly is feeling better! What an amazing case! Molly is such a great little girl. We are so glad she finally found her forever home after searching so long. What amazing adopters too!

Molly's adopters are so very dedicated to their animals. They also foster kittens for KAPS! But most recently they just adopted Tomee. We are waiting for an update, but we expect to hear good things from such a great couple and a wonderful family : )

clare_bell's picture

Incredible and fascinating. What awesome people and what an awesomely special doggy!

Karen's picture

Here are more photos and a video of Molly from her old forum thread, almost a year ago now!