Britany Spangler, of Grand Rapids, Mich., center with her children, from left, son Noah, 1; daughter Scarlett, 6 months; and son Lucas, 3, and their adopted 12-year-old Lhasa Apso named Molly. Spangler adopted Molly after the dog was featured on the Susie’s Seniors Facebook page. Molly may not have more than six months to live, but Norris, who is expecting, says she will take her for whatever time she can have her.
Britany Spangler, of Grand Rapids, Mich., center with her children, from left, son Noah, 1; daughter Scarlett, 6 months; and son Lucas, 3, and their adopted 12-year-old Lhasa Apso named Molly. Spangler adopted Molly after the dog was featured on the Susie’s Seniors Facebook page. Molly may not have more than six months to live, but Norris, who is expecting, says she will take her for whatever time she can have her. Associated Press
Britany Spangler, of Grand Rapids, Mich., center with her children, from left, son Noah, 1; daughter Scarlett, 6 months; and son Lucas, 3, and their adopted 12-year-old Lhasa Apso named Molly. Spangler adopted Molly after the dog was featured on the Susie’s Seniors Facebook page. Molly may not have more than six months to live, but Norris, who is expecting, says she will take her for whatever time she can have her. Associated Press

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