Molly's Proud Mom is Karen Finley!


March 8, 2006 ~ Molly and I visited Rineyville Elementary school, as part of the Hardin County 4-H Dog Show. We talked about Kentuckiana Pug Rescue, how Molly came to our family and her life before us, and the importance of good pet care and making wise choices in their adult lives. Molly made a friend with a boy who is owned by a pug, and he wants to bring his pug, Max, to Pugs in the Park in April.




January 28, 2006 ~ Molly visited with the Staff and Customers at E'town Tractor Supply today on her monthly visit. We had several people stop by our table and handed out KPR information. One gentleman even left and came back with pictures of his pugs that he went home and printed out for our scrapbook. We took a phone call while we were there as well, asking about our adoption process. We had a great morning, but Molly missed her beauty nap so she's now resting up.




Molly visited the staff and residence of Kensington Manor Nursing Home. She got her picture taken with her Great-Mammaw Ella who is recuperating  from her broken hip. The residence all liked Molly's stroller and thought  she was very cute riding in it.



On Saturday, Sept. 24th, Molly Grace visited with the staff at HallMark and picked up a donation for our Chili lunch at TSC. She got to meet Robin's (the Manager) son and get her picture taken with him. 




On September 17th, 2005, Molly visited the staff and the customers at E'town Feeder's Supply for Pet Lover's Day.  She represented KPR well, and caught a beauty nap in between visits.



Heartland Chiropractic Staff (l to r) Dr. Adam Fulkerson, Nicole Reesor (holding E'town KPR Rep, Molly Finley), Amy Ray, and Dr. Adrian Nohr help support Kentuckiana Pug Rescue with a "Pennies for Pugs" donation jar. Heartland Chiropractic is located at 1515 Ring Road West in E'town.


 

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