Molly, a five-year-old terrier cross who has had a pacemaker fitted after being diagnosed with a third degree heart block. See NTI story NTIHEART. The condition meant her heart was beating too slowly and would have eventually killed her if left untreated. The two-hour proceedure to fit the pacemaker was funded by an appeal to raise £2500 by the RSPCA, where Molly is currently being homed. The intricate operation was carried out by Chris Linney, head of cardiology at Willows, a state of the art animal centre in Solihull, West Midlands.