Mollie rescued by Randburg SPCA from hole, now she seeks to make her life whole

Randburg SPCA senior inspector, Debbie Kegel hugs Mollie.

Mollie, the mixed breed dog rescued by Randburg SPCA  was left in a hole with other dogs and is now looking for a forever home.

On 4 April, senior inspector at the organisation, Debbie Kegel received a call about dogs kept in deplorable conditions in Muldersdrift.
When Kegel arrived on the scene, nothing could prepare her for what she found.

Mollie, another dog and three greyhounds were huddled together in a wire pen buried in a hole in the ground. Staff members at SPCA were not sure at the time if they could save these precious lives due to their deteriorating condition. The three greyhounds and the other dog have since gone to their forever homes.

“She has the most amazing temperament and her heart is full of love. All she wants to do is put her head in your neck,” added Kegel.

Mollie deserves absolutely nothing less than a loving, warm and caring home where she can share her love.
For more information on how to adopt Mollie, contact the organisation.
Details: Randburg SPCA 011 468 1650.

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Ashtyn Mackenzie
Journalist

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