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Pet’s Corner - June 2017

01 Jun 2017

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Docklands News’s office dog

By Melissa Chung

Our colleague Sunny occasionally travels with her beloved two-year-old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel to work in Docklands.

Molly, a resident of Caulfield, enjoys travelling to Docklands by train. Unlike other overly energetic young puppies, Molly sits quietly on Sunny’s lap during the train ride.

Being an attention seeker, Molly sometimes gets a bit upset when people are busy with their work. However, she never gets mad and continues greeting everyone who walks through the office door.

Not only does she greet everyone in the office, but also everyone on the street – even stressed corporate workers. Molly has the magical power to put a smile on their faces.

Molly blends into the Docklands community so well that she has already become friends with some of the other Docklands doggies and animals, including the seagulls. She has a habit of chasing the gang of seagulls on Harbour Esplanade!

Our new office member is a frequent visitor to Docklands Park – she does her business there during lunchtime. Docklanders can definitely try meeting her there!

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