January 1, 1753
Molly, a 5-year member of the Casey Family, died in early January 2016 of old age, after living a full 13 years in San Antonio, TX.
Zachary Casey rescued her from the Animal Defense League, while he was searching for a pure-bred Beagle whose “ears flopped in the wind when she ran”. We were surprised to find a Beagle that fit his description, especially one that happened to be 8 years old when he found her. Molly didn’t run much, but when she did, you could almost see her ears flapping in the wind.
Molly had a calm disposition and would sit near Zachary at all times he was with her. Sometimes she would lie still with her back on Zachary’s chest and she would often sleep at his feet on a pillow while he was seated at his computer.
Molly loved all types of human food and would spring to life if anyone was eating anything around her. She was an excellent beggar, often barking loudly until the person offered a bite of whatever they were eating.
We often joked about her weight, saying that she “had some junk in the trunk” but she never seemed to take it personally. Molly was definitely the most unique dog we have ever had but I don’t think we will ever find a sweeter companion for Zachary.
Molly will be missed, as she was deeply loved by Zachary, her rescuer and loving owner
All Paws Great and Small Crematory
5611 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, TX