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Molly @ 23 Weeks (Five Months One Week)- 16th June 2012
Molly is five months now, and, as you can see from the image below, she is turning into a fine, young lady.

She likes to sleep in one of our (now empty) bed draws. This draw is now called the “lost and found draw”. This is on account of Molly being a right little thief - (lol). She likes to steal everything she can get her paws and mouth on, and likes stash it in the aforementioned lost and found draw.
Whenever we have lost an item, for example; our socks, hair brushes, TV remote controls, mobile phones - well, just about anything and everything, - we proceed straight to Molly’s lost and found draw and claim them back.

We have now developed special eyes in the backs of our heads.

What a lovely, naughty little minx she is.

Molly @ 23 Weeks Old

Molly @ 23 Weeks

Molly @ 23 Weeks Old

Molly @ 23 Weeks

Molly @ 23 Weeks Old


Molly @ 23 Weeks

Molly @ 23 Weeks Old

Molly @ 24 Weeks - 24th June 2012

Mooloy Aged 24 Weeks

Molly @ 24 Weeks

Molly @ 24 Weeks

Molly @ 24 Weeks - A Very Thirsty Young Lady

Molly @ 24 Weeks

Molly @ 24 Weeks - Molly & Sacha’s Personal Paddling Pool

Molly and Sacha's Paddling Pool

Molly @ 24 Weeks

Molly & Sacha's Paddling Pool

Molly @ 24 Weeks - Bear-Cub Walking

Molly and Sacha's Paddling Pool

Molly @ 24 Week

Molly

Molly @ 24 Week - Sacha @ 13 years

Molly & Sacha's Paddling Pool

Molly @ 25 Weeks - Sacha 13 Years - 30th June 2012

Tug of War Molly (Father Christmas) & Sacha

Molly @ 25 Weeks

Molly Aged 25 Weeks

Molly @ 25 Weeks - With Her “Cowboy Outfit” (Yellow Ball).
She carries her yellow ball everywhere, and sleeps with it at night.

Molly with her "Cowboy Outfit" (Yellow Ball).

Molly & Thomas

Molly & Thomas

2nd July 2012 - Molly Has Been Spayed Today
Poor Molly is feeling a little sorry for herself, as today, she was spayed. However, other than feeling somewhat drowsy and sore, Molly is recovering well. She refuses to keep her buster “lampshade” collar on, and she seems to be causing more damage to herself trying to get the blooming thing off. It’s now
off, and Molly is showing no interest in her stitches. I am keeping an eye on her, and thankfully, so far, (fingers and toes crossed), everything seems to be healing nicely.


3rd July 2012
Judging by her wide waggly tail and copious amounts of soggy,
 long-tongued kisses; Molly seems to have fully recovered from her anaesthetic. My task for the next forty eight hours is trying to keep her calm and relatively still. Our four cats, Sacha and Molly seem to have other ideas though, LOL.

3rd July 2012 - Molly “Posing” Nicely With Her Buster Collar

Molly with her Buster Collar 3rd July 2012

3rd July 2012 - Molly “Posing” Nicely With Her Buster Collar

Molly with her Buster Collar 3rd July 2012

4th July 2012
Molly is recovering well from her operation, and her neat incision and stitches look clean and free from infection. Thankfully, most of the time, she ignores her wound. Molly had some discomfort during the night; however, after lots of kisses, cuddles and reassurance, she soon settled down and quickly resumed her
rabbit-chasing dreams. She’s a lot happier this morning, she and Sacha thoroughly enjoyed their breakfasts.

 Poor Molly is speculating where all her bouncy balls have disappeared to, LOL... 
When her stitches have been removed on the 12th July, her bouncy balls will miraculously reappear - she can then resume her usual mad as a box of frogs “bonkersness”.

5th July 2012
Took Molly to our vets for her scheduled three day post-op check.
Apart from Molly being hyperactive and totally bonkers, all went well. Her stitches are healing nicely, and she will return next Thursday, 12th July - for their removal. In the meantime, we are trying to keep her as calm as possible, so as not to compromise her stitches. However, that’s much easier said than done. LOL.

7th July 2012 - Molly Aged Six Months
Molly is recovering very well from her operation. However, keeping her relatively calm, (in order to protect her stitches) is proving to be nigh-on impossible - LOL.

Molly Aged 6 Months

Molly Aged Six Months

Molly Aged 6 Months

Molly Aged Six Months

Molly Aged 6 Months

Molly’s Saved Stomach & Very Neat Surgical Incision

Molly's Neat Surgical Incision

Sacha 13 Years &
Molly Six Months

Behind Top of Stairs Gate - Sacha & Molly

Molly Aged Six Months

Molly Aged 6 Months

Molly Aged Six Months - Showing Front Left Leg’s Injection Site

Molly Aged 6 Months

12th July 2012 - The Day Molly’s Stitches Were Removed - At Last
Today, Peter, Sacha, Molly and myself, visited the vets for the removal of Molly’s stitches - Molly gave the nurse lots of kisses during the procedure. We are pleased to say, Molly’s surgical incision has healed beautifully. (We are a bit like The Broons, in that - whenever possible, we go everywhere together, as a foursome).
All went well at the vets, said stitches were removed quickly and without Molly being concerned. Molly’s very laid back, for which we are grateful. During the ten days her stitches were in place, Molly paid absolutely no attention to them. Although I was confident Molly wouldn’t remove her stitches - that didn’t stop me worrying that she might.... 

We definitely would have kept her Elizabethan/Buster collar in place for ten days, if she wasn’t causing more damage to herself trying to remove the blooming thing. Molly’s Booster collar is now hanging up in my office, along with the rest of my souvenirs.

She needs to take it easy for the next five days, after which, she can resume her normal “stark raving bonkerness”, and receive her long overdue bath..... LOL.

13th July, The Day After Molly’s Stitches Were Removed

Molly Day After Stitches Removed

Molly Aged Six Months - Post-Op

Molly Aged Six Months

Molly Aged Six Months

Molly Aged Six Months

14th July 2012 - Saturday - A Brief Visit Back To Vets This Morning
We noticed quite a large bump on the back of Molly’s neck, yesterday morning. This morning, (Saturday), Peter, Sacha, Molly and myself jumped into the car and popped back to our vets. The lump is in exactly the same place where Molly was injected with antibiotics and pain killers prior to her spaying operation on 2nd July, and it’s more than likely a reaction to the injections.

(We have since learned that this is a common side effect, and usually displays a week or so after an injection).

Lots of cold compresses and tender loving care await Molly.
Fortunately, she doesn’t even feel the lump, it doesn’t hurt, and it has not impacted on her behaviour at all. in fact, she’s back to her full stark raving bonkerness. We are keeping a close eye on her, and we’ll take her back to vets if she needs to be seen.

Fngers crossed: all seems to be normal: what a huge relief.......

It’s a favourite time of day for Sacha and Molly, they are about to eat their breakfast....

16th July 2012
Sacha & Her “Squeak” After A Successful Tug-of-war With Molly

Squeak’s missing legs, ears and nose, are courtesy of Molly - LOL.

Successful Tug-Of-War - Sacha With (Her) Squeak

Sacha & Molly - Up Close

Sacha & Molly Up Close

Molly Aged Six Months - Molly’s New Toy

Molly @ Six Months

Molly @ Six Months

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