Pretty Girl Molly May Cox, or Momma’s baby as she was often referred to, age 12, crossed over the Rainbow Bridge on Thursday, May 2, 2019. She was born on March 29, 2007.
Molly was a very sweet girl that loved being with her momma more than anything. She enjoyed going for car rides, walks at the park, and finding ways to get treats. She never passed up a treat; her favorite treats were whatever anyone was willing to share! She loved to go for walks, and they were often stopped by people telling them how pretty she was and asking to pet her; she loved that! However, she would bark her fool head off at people while on a car ride. Molly was a great watch dog; she always guarded her yard from walkers, joggers, and cyclist and made sure her momma knew they had company on the perimeter!
Molly loved her momma, her papaw, and most humans but for some reason she didn’t like people that were wearing hats or hoodies. She initially lived with another family, but she instantly bonded with her momma and eventually, she was given to Erica for her happiness, and Erica’s. Molly disliked being told that her momma was going to be traveling without her, but she put on a brave face and was still a good girl when Erica did travel.
Erica said, “Our family jokes about how all she ever wants is to be with her momma, and it’s true, all she wanted was to just be next to me and she was, whenever possible. I will be forever grateful for her love and loyalty; the smile of love and hope she brought to my dad’s face when she visited him in the hospital.”
Molly will always hold a special place in the hearts of all she knew.
She is survived by her momma, Erica, her papaw Harold, and her furry sibling, Gracie Layne, along with many other special family and friends.
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When I look into the eyes of an animal I do not see an animal. I see a living being. I see a friend. I feel a soul.
- A.D. Williams
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