Saturday, April 13, 2013


I came across this on a Facebook page and wanted to pass it along. What makes it exceptionally bad is that the dog was terrified before the transport, it should have never been considered like that for transporting.

From a rescue in Missouri .... As we work on this rescue today we would like to take a minute to WARN all fellow rescues to Be AWARE of a person going by the name of Molly ****** she has been in contact with us for a couple of weeks about adopting. She had another person with a GREAT BIG Heart for animals sponsor the adoption, (thank goodness the sponsor paid us through PayPal). We had everything done, sent the dog, a poor chihuahua that is scared to death on transport yesterday, She acted so excited to be helping this baby, and BAM, her facebook page dissappeared, her phone goes straight to voicemail. She is not returning calls etc. PLEASE BE WARE IF THIS PERSON CONTACTS YOU TO ADOPT!!!! Now poor Chico is stuck on a transport, having to go all the way to Kentucky only to be brought back to the Shelter. Please if you have contact or are contacted by @Molly ***** DO NOT try to adopt to her. Please share and alert!! — with Monica  and 6 others.
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  1. So these No Kill lunatics are just sending pets off to people they don't even know, haven't seen, haven't researched, that just have some flimsy Facebook page that could totally fabricate everything? This could have been an animal lab dealer having someone else use their paypal account so the name wasn't traceable to them. For Dog's sake, I hope people start reporting these Facebook rescues to the IRS. they are scams!

  2. Why did these morons think Molly was getting SOMEONE ELSE to use their paypal account? Because Molly is hiding something! She probably has multiple animal cruelty arrests and Molly isn't even her real name. "Being nice" is how criminals get what they want! Getting someone else to pay and using someone elses accounts is how they hide their real names and information, but No Kill is determined to knowingly ship these animals to frauds.

  3. Thank you for the information.

    But I think you totally missed the point (from the no-kill sect).

    The dog is alive and out of the high kill shelter. What really happens beyond that point is of no concern. They can post a 'freedom' photo of the dog leaving the parking lot, maybe a couple of more in the next day or two; and don't forget to say how wonderful the rescue person is and how bad the shelter was and how they mistreated the dog somehow. Oh, and don't forget to collect the money (cause that is what is all really about).

    Then what happens to the dog is not of concern. Could be euthanized, used as a bait dog, taken out and abandoned (or a better term is dropped off and left to die).

    If someone is having to get dogs from far out of their immediate area, or if they are having to use a someone else to get the dogs for them, there is probably a really good reason for it. Animal abuser, criminal, etc.

    Looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck. Probably a duck....

    Just some food for thought.

  4. Another Nokill follower putting dogs in harms way! Why does this not surprise me.

  5. And the breeders can say there is no overpopulation as the surplus are thrown to die and be tortured hidden from sight and not counted

    No Kill is evil

    The worst is that women who think they are smart are getting used by some disgusting No Kill leader men working for breeders, and convincing these women that engaging in animal cruelty is ok


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