This is Molly. On the early evening of February 1st, Molly was viciously attacked by a human. I was inside my home when all of a sudden I heard a commotion among my dogs. My husband ran outside to bring the dogs in when he noticed Molly running into the wall repeatedly. He noticed blood on her face. When he yelled her name she turned around and ran. He grabbed her up and realized her right eye was popped out of the socket. We took her to the animal hospital immediately. After her exam we were told that her right eye would have to be removed and the cost for the surgery would be around $1200 including meds. Her left eye was swollen and questionable. My daughters and I all applied for care credit. By God’s grace my youngest daughter was approved for a $500 credit. Her mother in law also donated $100 and my other daughter donated $50. The veterinarians came in and let us know that they had found a few organizations to donate the meds for Molly so our bill was lowered to $699, but there would be quite a bit of aftercare that we wouldn’t be able to afford at all. My husband and I both had just begun new jobs as bus drivers and didn’t have very much money, on top of being behind on our mortgage. We left Molly to have the surgery done. As we were leaving at 2am to pick her up from the animal hospital, we noticed 3 teenage boys coming out from our backyard. As my husband approached them, they ran. We called the police and went to pick up Molly. The vet then notified us that there was neck trauma and his conclusion was that she had been strangled. She was strangled so violently that her eye popped out of socket. There were no other scrapes or cuts. Molly was a very vocal dog and we feel she was strangled to shut her up because the same night she was strangled, our neighbor was burglarized. The city of Hurst hired a detective to work the case, but no arrests were ever made. Molly came home and was much traumatized. She needed follow up care that we could not afford at all. My daughter then learned about Sponsor Adoptions from a parent at her child’s school. We decided to write them in hopes that they could help us with follow up care. The very next morning I got a phone call saying they would be able to help. It was such a blessing and huge relief. With their help, Molly had her stitches removed from her eye, (which had to be done under anesthesia), she was given more medications to fight infection and in hope to help her see from her remaining eye. Molly was also sent to an ophthalmologist with help from Sponsor Adoptions. That’s where we found out that she was permanently blind from her remaining eye. Although this wasn’t the news we’d hoped for, we would’ve never known any of this or had been able to prevent infection or even have her stitches removed without Sponsor Adoptions. Today Molly is happy and healthy. She’s adjusted very well to her disability. She’s a fighter indeed. We are so thankful to Sponsor Adoptions for all they’ve done for us and Molly. Thank you Sponsor Adoptions for saving our Molly.