Molly has the sweetest disposition and loves to play. She is always carrying around her Lambchop and loves walk time. We adopted her from a no kill shelter in Kankakee, IL when she was a baby back when our family consisted of two human adults and three human kids, and we were all thriving. Prior to the shelter, she was left at a cemetery in a box with her five sisters. She is a lab mix. We had a backyard for her to play in, time to spend with her, and she loved her family. We soon got her a dog brother to help keep her entertained throughout the daytime. But then her human family had some abrupt, drastic changes, and became broken. She stayed with me (her mom), one of her human siblings, and her dog brother in our rental home over the past year. She's a big cuddle bunny and loves belly rubs (she often rolls over to let us know she is waiting for it). I have had some personal challenges adjusting to the new life and now need to work two jobs in order to survive and succeed. We recently were told we cannot rent the home any longer and have to be moved out before 9.28.2023. Thankfully, my son and I are moving in with my amazing dad to get back on our feet, however it will be a full house, and we unfortunately cannot have any pets there. I am having a hard time picturing my life without Molly or her dog brother in it, and I am anxious and worried about what may happen if I cannot find a loving place for her to stay while I cannot care for her. I am not exactly sure how long it will take for me to get back up and in a place that will allow me to be a dog mom again. I have been working with some housing assistance programs, but those could possibly take a long time, but possibly not. She is a calm, loving sweetheart. She can get bossy to her dog brother, and does bark at people walking on the sidewalk or if someone knocks at the door. She loves love.