On Sunday 20th December, ‘Molly’ (as she is now known) was dumped by the roadside in Quinton Road, Harborne, Birmingham.
Officers from West Midlands Police found Molly and took her to the RSPCA who are now helping Molly on her long road to recovery.
Here is a short video, as well as an appeal to find the individual(s) responsible for Molly’s neglect, showing Molly being looked after by the RSPCA.
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