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From abandoned to loved unconditionally

October 2, 2012

(Photo by Andrew Love/The Punxsutawney Spirit)

Back in June, the Molinari family of Walston generously adopted one of many dogs that had been abandoned and discovered near Stump Creek.

Lauren Molinari, pictured with her dog Annie, took a special liking to her family's new pet, saying, "I like my dog Annie because she is so good. She is a mama's girl. She loves to run around with our other dogs."

Annie seems to be recovering nicely from the incident.

The Molinari family would also like to remind pet owners that it is always a good idea to have pets spayed and neutered, as it helps to keep unfortunate instances of pet abandonment from happening.

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