Bubba - An Original Orange “Love Bug’
Susan Daffron talks to Sansa Collins from Sanctuary One in Oregon. Sanctuary One is a Care Farm, a type of shelter more commonly found in the UK and Europe. In fact Double Oak Farm is the first such shelter in the United States. Sansa describes it as a working farm where people, animals and the earth are brought together for mutual healing.
Bubba is about four years old, a beautiful orange and white tabby with perhaps a trace of Abyssinian. He has a sweet disposition, and is very loving with people of all ages. He's friendly with other cats and not too bad with dogs after the initial meeting. Bubba was transferred to the farm from the Rogue Valley Humane Society. It appears that he was hit by a car at some point, since he has a pelvis fracture that rehealed on its own. When he first arrived at Sanctuary One, Bubba dragged his back right leg, but a combination of diet and minor treatment has done wonders (he's on a wet cat food only diet and will continue to require a mild laxative). Bubba can now use his leg, and is a very active kitty. His perfect forever home includes indoor accommodations and a little extra care, but Bubba the super love bug would be a welcome addition to any family!
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