Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Weekly Featured Adoptable: Molly

Molly's had a rough start, but she's become a ray of shining hope since coming to CWAC.  Molly is an adorable two-year-old pit mix, and her beautiful face is a direct reflection of her beautiful personality.  Molly is a lover -- all she wants is to cuddle and lay in your lap.  She's also extremely smart, and has risen to one of the top in her training class.  She loves to play ball, and her speed will astound you.

Even though Molly has flourished at the CWAC facility, she's ready to find her forever home and would be a perfect addition to an active family.  She walks great on a leash, is gentle with kids and has basic obedience skills.  If you're interested in meeting Miss Molly, please contact Cathy at credking@gmail.com.

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