Great. Major fucking disaster. With only 3 weeks left in the house, Molly my longtime tripod foster pooch suddenly has no new home to go to. The lady that rescued Molly from a busy street in Cheras a year and a half ago and passed her to me for fostering had actually agreed to take Molly back and keep her permanently as another pet dog. Today she texted me with the news that she can't. I was like WTF??? I have been chilling, NOT looking for another home for Molly because this lady told me like a couple of months ago that she would take Molly back. She said that Molly was HER responsibility, HER rescue, and that she would take back the sweet little pooch that she rescued now that I can no longer care for her. I'm extremely upset and disappointed. I should've been informed of this earlier. I could have spent all of fucking June and July looking for a home for Molly. Now we only have 3 weeks left in this house and no place for Molly to go to after. WHAT THE FUCKING FUCK????? Funny how it hasn't been a problem for her to keep her other four expensive lapdogs.. Hey when it comes to the three-legged mutt its just too bloody difficult isn't it? You didn't seem to fucking think so when I fostered her for you for a year and a half .
I bet if Molly was a purebred dog this wouldn't be happening. I really feel now that I can't trust the so-called sincerity of rescuers who only keep store-bought purebred dogs themselves. Oh yeah sure.. they go around rescuing mutts like nobody's fucking business but do they keep a single one of them? Hell fucking no. They would NEVER keep a mutt. Check out the dogs they DO keep as pets and they are all expensive, pedigree pooches. I am so frustrated right now. I want to cry and scream and beat the shit out of someone. Ok, I'm not physically very strong. I wish I could smash a car with a baseball bat. That would make me feel lots better.
So, spread the word people! MOLLY NEEDS A GOOD HOME. She is paper-trained, gets along well with other dogs, playful and affectionate. She has no problems walking or running. She can climb stairs. She is about 1 and a half now. She is spayed and is in excellent health. Molly loves cats and knows how to shake paws. It may take some time for her to get used to new people but this is normal for any dog that has faced cruelty and been through a traumatic and painful experience like losing half a leg. For more information about Molly, read previous posts about her, or email me privately.