Puppy Found High On Meth, Heroin Now Drug-Free, Ready To Be Adopted

ORANGE (CBSLA.com) — A puppy named Bubba had a rough start.

He was strung out on heroin, methamphetamine, and marijuana when his owner was arrested on suspicion of drug possession at a Tustin motel.

That was last March.

Today, the Jack Russell Chihuahua mix is drug-free and ready to be adopted after going through detox.

“Initially, we had some concerns about how Bubba would be affected by drugs in his system,” said Katie Ingram of OC Animal Care.

CBS2 first shared photos of Bubba after he was removed from his owner. O.C. Animal Care officers couldn’t believe the number of people who wanted to adopt him.

“We had calls from all over the world inquiring about Bubba,” Ingram said.

Now, Lt. Kevin Frager of O.C. Animal Care says Bubba is very energetic and playful.

Read more at CBSLA.com.

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