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I'd have to say no. Molestation as altrag said, is simply put, To be disturbed.
Based off of that definition, yes, butterflies can and probably often are, molested. They are disturbed to a point that makes them move.
An unborn fetus, is not being disturbed. It does not yet have emotions and is not reacting in a way that is equal to being molested or disturbed.
By this logic, I could molest a card castle, or I am molesting my keyboard.
Not only is it morally wrong to do this, it's more wrong to own pets.
People justify snipping their pet's nuts by saying "we're controlling the pet population" and they justify owning a pet by stating how they wouldn't be able to survive in the wild.
That's balderdash, wolves, are dogs before they were bred to be pets. Wolves survive in the wild just fine by them selves, and they keep their population low enough by natural selection.
Cats, birds, dogs, and whatever pet you own, a species of it exists in the wild, they live, they eat, they die, and if we do nothing about it they manage to keep their populations large enough to survive, without anyone feeding them or chopping their dicks' off.