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posted: 6/22/2003 at 1:19:32 AM ET
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I have one dog. A little terrier mix I adopted as a pup from the local county animal shelter, an awful place with concrete floors, no blankets or toys for the animals, and multiple dogs to a cage. That place has such a terrible reputation that rescue groups from other cities come to get animals out of there. Anyway my little one is almost four now, very sweet and quite active with a lots of personality.


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posted: 6/22/2003 at 4:06:03 PM ET
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I thought I would respond because this a fun topic I have two dogs- one named Sandra Dee (Sandy) who is a 10 year old mostly lab mutt, and the other's name is Gracie Allen (Gracie) who we got from Adopt-a-pet and is REALLY a mutt. My family likes to name all of our dogs after old time famous people- if you couldn't tell We used to have a dog named Doris Day, but she died a few years ago. When we got a new one, I tried to get my parents to name her Ruby Keeler or Mabel Normand, but they went with Gracie Allen. Oh, well!
Anyway- Moljul- it's funny you have a cat named Molly. It seems to be a pretty popular name for cats and dogs

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posted: 6/23/2003 at 12:29:56 PM ET
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LOL Yeah, my Aunt has a beagle (sp?) named Molly. Molly (the dog) is so funny; she takes her tennis ball, drops it in her food dish, and rolls it around her kibble with her nose while she eats so that the tennis ball will taste like her food. We don't know how she figured that out because nobody had ever done that for her. Dogs and Cats are really so smart.


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posted: 6/23/2003 at 12:37:00 PM ET
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I love the name Molly for an animal. And its not too bad for humans too. LOL When I originally got Molly I also got another kitten who I named Sebastian which was also a name I loved. Unfortuantley he died when he was only 2 years old. But he was the sweetest little boy you could ever meet. Everyone who met him fell in love with him and he seemed to take on the role of big brother to Molly - even though they were the same age. When she got scared about something he would run over to her and lick her face and sit with her. And when they slept they would curl up together often in the spoons position with Sebastian's arm over Molly. I worried so much about her when he died as she was obviously very upset but she eventually did fine and I got Julie so Molly wouldn't be lonely. Of course, Molly views Julie at times as more of a pesky little sister but they get along fairly well.

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