Remember ‘Molly’? She’s a dog that has been missing in the Burien area since Sept. 28 (read our original post here). She went missing after jumping out of a car at the Coronado Apartments in White Center on Sept 28. Well, we’ve got GREAT NEWS – Molly has been found! Mollyhome-1 Mollyhome-2 Mollyhome-3 Here’s a very happy update from her owners Jim and Donna McKenna:

On Friday the 30th of October there were three sightings of Molly on 138th St. SW between 4th Ave. SW and 8th Ave. SW. We walked around the area in the rain till midnight looking for her. But not getting any sign of her. Saturday morning we were back in the area before nine and searching for Molly. Around 9:30 a.m. we parked on the east side of 4th Ave, on 138th St. and waited for Molly to appear. She did! At 9:42 Molly came out from behind a house and onto the street looking for food. She ran from us, but came back slowly as we called her. Molly was dirty, and covered in fleas. But after 34 days on her own Molly is back home! Molly is skin and bones! We took her to the Vet and she said Molly’s pads were worn, but she was in good shape for being out on her own that long. We searched for Molly almost every day for 34 days. We walked the neighborhoods, talked to people, put up flyers. We kept looking! And we want to thank all the people that helped us with advice, looking for Molly, and calling with sightings. We couldn’t have found Molly without you. We never gave up hope! I can’t thank you enough! You got her picture and her story out, and your wonderful readers led us to Molly. Thank all of your readers for looking, and caring. And for leading us to MOLLY!

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12 replies on “GOOD NEWS: 'Molly' the dog has been FOUND after missing for 34 days!”

  1. Well this is great news but I hope you are planning on going around town to take down your flyers before they become trash on the side of are roads.

    1. Thats a great story, 34 days, wow.
      Really Jimmy??????? Maybe it really is time you go troll somewhere else.

      1. Hey Devilsadvocate have you ever had a drain clog do to a sign and garbage in the way of the drain when there’s local flooding and wind storms. These things can cause more damage and since the dog has been found now it’s called being a responsible pet owner to clean up so that your poster’s/flyers don’t cause a mess same with when you’re walking a pet and go’s number #2 you need to clean it up before someone steps in it. Now Devilsadvocate for someone that uses a complete anonymous name to make rude comments towards people who is really trolling here ok. I am just trying to make sure someone doesn’t end up with their basement or house getting flooded by a clog drain. Ok so sorry that I am trying to save someone a uneedit headache or cost out of pocket. As Jim Mckenna said already he fine at taking care of this and I am glad the him and his wife are responsible pet owners and are taking care of this issue. It’s just that in the excitement of finding a lost pet some people forget to take care these issues.

        1. Jimmy, You should take your own advice! If you don’t like a comment, give it a thumbs down and move on. BTW your original comment did sound rude! I’m sure that is why Devilsadvocate posted his comment. You owe him an apology instead of a mindless rant.

    2. Taking down the flyers will be the happiest job I have done in years! And as I take each one down, I will be thanking every one that saw them and helped us bring Molly home!
      Thank you all you wonderful caring people. Jim and Donna McKenna

      1. that’s good and glad to hear you found dog are taking the right responsibility of cleaning up afterwards sorry if my previous comment sounded a little rude. I know how it is to lose a pet. But one thing most people forget to do is take down the flyers afterwards which can cause more issues.

        1. Jimmy -I took down a lot of flyers yesterday. Got more to do today. One thing though. A lot of flyers were pulled down by others and dropped on the ground. Whole blocks and streets had missing flyers. I picked up parts and pieces when I could, but some were just mush and fell apart. Others I couldn’t find. I hope none of these missing flyers clogs your drains.

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