Community pitches in to bring Molly home

By KBJR News 1

April 10, 2014 Updated Apr 10, 2014 at 10:42 PM CDT

Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) --- The Northland has shown an outpouring of support for Molly the dog, who was found with her front paws bound by a zip tie.

Duluth Police say yesterday they decided to waive all fees associated with Molly's time spent at the animal control shelter.

Authorities say Candace Mead, who owns the dog, will have to get Molly spayed.

That procedure has already been paid for by a Duluth donor.

Meanwhile the city is paying for Molly to receive veterinary care and antibiotics.

The only fee left is $10 for a license which Mead will have to pay before taking her dog home.

However shelter officials say Mead cannot take Molly home for up to another two weeks as the dog continues to heal.

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