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Homeless On A Dark Highway

Molly (aka Rally) is an active dog. Less than two years old, the black lab mix has been homeless twice due to unusual circumstances. "Molly is lucky," said Janet Medcalf of the Greeneville-Greene County Humane Society. "She has a good home for a second time."

Originally published: 2012-09-28 09:19:29
Last modified: 2012-09-28 11:13:13

From The Greeneville News Neighbor

GREENEVILLE, Tenn. -- What would you do if you saw a mama dog with three puppies walking on the side of the road? Wendy Palmer didn’t think twice. She pulled over and loaded up these strays into her car.

The assistant manager of the Greeneville-Greene County Humane Society then headed for the organization’s Animal Shelter, 950 Hal Henard Road, in search of homes for the cute critters.

Over the next month, all four dogs – Nova, Rally, Sport and Chevy – were adopted.

How did they get their cool names? When Wendy rescued the canines, she was driving her uncle’s sporty, reconditioned Chevy Nova, and the names “just happened,” Palmer said.

Now, several months have passed, Rally is an adult, and she “needs a home again due to unforeseen circumstances,” said Janet Medcalf, spokesman for the Animal Shelter.

Now known as Molly, Rally is 1½-year-old black lab mix.

“She is a happy, friendly dog that loves to play outside,” Medcalf said. “She plays well with other dogs and gets along well with cats. Molly is smart and full of love.”

For information on Molly and other adoptable pets, call the Greeneville-Greene County Humane Society at 423-639-4771.

Or visit online: FACEBOOK: Friends of Greeneville-Greene County TN Humane Society and Petfinder.


Since this story appeared in the Neighbor, Molly has been adopted.

Metcalf said, "Molly has been adopted by Aurora Pope and has a wonderful home."


For more information and stories, see The Greeneville Sun.

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