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Puppy Molly, found abandoned with ears severed, gets adopted

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RACINE, Wis. -- A 6-month-old puppy found with her ears nearly severed in last month has a new home.

The dog, named Molly, was found near Sanders Park and brought to the Wisconsin Humane Society in Racine with severe injuries to her ears. Small black rubber bands were found around her ears in which Humane Society officials suspect was a botched attempt to crop them.

An amazing update on Molly - made possible by you!

We were blown away by the outpouring of support for our sweet Molly last week! So many of you are wondering how she is doing, so we wanted to share this quick glimpse into her amazing foster home. We still don't know when she'll be cleared for adoption, but we *do* know she's in loving hands and is recovering quite well. On behalf of everyone at WHS - animals and humans alike - we want to express our sincere gratitude to everyone who donated toward her medical care, shared her story, or played a role in her journey to a better life. Thank you, thank you, thank you ❤ Note: Once Molly is available for adoption, you'll see her on our website at www.wihumane.org/adopt! Adoptions are first-come, first-served, and we cannot accept holds. She's an amazing pooch and we can't wait to see her meet her perfect match!

Posted by Wisconsin Humane Society on Saturday, December 30, 2017

Before officially being adopted, the Humane Society posted:

We were blown away by the outpouring of support for our sweet Molly last week! So many of you are wondering how she is doing, so we wanted to share this quick glimpse into her amazing foster home. We still don't know when she'll be cleared for adoption, but we *do* know she's in loving hands and is recovering quite well. On behalf of everyone at WHS - animals and humans alike - we want to express our sincere gratitude to everyone who donated toward her medical care, shared her story, or played a role in her journey to a better life. Thank you, thank you, thank you 

Molly underwent surgery and recovered at the Humane Society. Last week, the puppy was adopted and went home with a new family.

The Humane Society says the couple had been checking on Molly's progress and came in to adopt her when she was ready.

Associated Press

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