Robby explained that the family was originally going to meet them on June 15, when they traveled from South Florida to Ohio. However, should that not have worked out, Molly and Dru would only have three days to find a new home. Thankfully, the family decided to come up early. Perhaps word reached them that there were a number of families and rescues interested in helping out Jennifer. Robby said that they had just lost the best friend to their senior dog, and were looking for another companion for it. The mom is a dog trainer, and sent him videos in advance of their arrival.
Molly and Dru met the family, including a mom, dad, son, daughter, a Pomeranian and a 17-year-old pittie, here in Central Florida. And fate must have been shining down on all involved. They got along famously, and Molly and Dru are now living in South Florida, with their new family. They will shortly be en route to their home in Ohio, where the threat of breed discrimination does not loom its ugly head.
Jennifer has included the photos of Dru and Molly in their new home. You can see that they have certainly made themselves at home in the short time they've been there. When she sent the photos, Jennifer said, "it's a fantastic day in that regard, but hard in other ways," as anyone can certainly understand. However, Jennifer wants everyone to know that she's "still a fighter and still has faith that (she) can pull through. And she thanks everyone so much for everything, truly."