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FAO Molly
Hello Molly
Sorry to hear of your mole problem. I have two moles, they are called Holy Moley and son. They do not dig holes!
Hope you like the photo.
Best wishes




Now these are the good guys xxx

27 Jan, 2015


I have an old concrete one who was here when we came. He is a lot less trouble than his furry neighbours - just lies on his back all day with a happy smile on his face.

27 Jan, 2015


Just remember Little Moley in Wind In The Willows....and doing his spring cleaning....what a lovely book and what a lovely production at The National way back in the 80's I think. Ratty, Moley and Mr Badger.....I have become all sentimental and nostalgic ........ but then I don't have Moley digging up my precious flower beds!

28 Jan, 2015


Its like Peter rabbit and Benjamin bunny.......lovely on the pages of a book, not when they are pruning my heuchera!

28 Jan, 2015


Made me smile, my pond and garden have many similar residents, allowed to stay to amuse me, think I would get very grumpy to say the least if they were joined by the real thing...

28 Jan, 2015


Marjorie, you crack me up, but you did give me an idea, I will acquire a mole, might even make one myself for that matter. I will place it in the border with a message pinned to it telling the little critter he is not wanted and to move to pastures new.
Mind you If I had one like yours I would probably keep him in the bed rather than the garden. he's so cute and he made me smile so thank you and God bless

28 Jan, 2015


Glad you like my moles.
Thank you for all the interest in Molly's moles.

29 Jan, 2015

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