Thursday, 15 October 2009

Vale Molly Malone Mobilia-Mathews


Molly was born on Sept 21st 1994, one of a litter of nine puppies to our favourite goldie Samkhan Cyclone Omega  aka "Meg". We were in Ireland on holiday when the pups were born, hence the Irish name.
Our daughter Tiff chose her to keep and they moved out of home together, Molly was her loyal companion through good times and bad. Molly was there when Tiff & Nathan were married , She was there to greet each new baby as it was brought home from hospital and each new puppy, horse or pet that moved in.
A gentle soul, Molly died peacefully on Monday Oct 12th 2009 after a long and happy life, she was loved by all who met her and will be sadly missed.

8 comments:

maggi said...

I am so sorry to hear about Mollie. She was obviously much loved and had a happy life. She will always be there in your memories.

Maggi x

Rebecca said...

Its hard to lost a pet as they become such a big part of your life. Molly was loved and that will go on even if she is not there, becouse she will live on in your memories.
Hugs Bec

Di said...

What a beautiful girl Molly looks and sounds! Hugs to you all at this sad time. Our dogs are like 4 legged people (especially golden retrievers - we lost ours this year too, at the age of 14 and a half).

webbsway said...

O Sue, I am so terribly sorry. I am facing the very same thing and it is so difficult. When you have had a friend that stands behind you every day and never complains - it is like giving up a piece of your history.

I was grieving over the loss of my two horses and one angel pooch and a friend told me about the "Rainbow Bridge" . I looked it up online and it really has helped me deal with it.
Hugs, Linda-The Sewing Granny

Bev C said...

Special thoughts and hugs going your way. Molly was a special part of all your lives.

Michelle said...

A very sweet tribute to a very special member of the family! My thoughts are with you and your family!

Micki said...

What a wonderful dog Molly was and such a lovely tribute to her. I know that you loved her so much, and my heart goes out to you!
Micki

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

My heart goes out to your Sue...our fury babies are such a big part of our families....