"Easter Bunny Bubba"
Age: 2 Years Sex: Male Weight: 9 lbs.
"My Valentine Bubba"
"Bubba in his new play tunnel."
"Bubba's Visit with Santa."
"Bubba & Rascal"
"Bubba's left side says "N-O-T"."
"Bubba's right side says "T-O-Y"."
"Rascal, Bubba, & AJ watching the birds."
"Bubba (r) with his sister Lola (l)" [See My CatsterPlus Photo Book]
Leave a treat for Mr. Bubba Doodles
Bubba, Bubbadoo, Bubba Doodles, Doodlebug, Rubba Dubba Bubba
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February 11th 2012
August 5th 2011
Orange & White Tabby
Favorite Nap Spot:
Top perch of the cat tree.
I volunteer at the adoption center at the PetSmart store in my town. After my 3 older cats Detail, Cruiser, and Ronnoco (my soulmate) went to Rainbow Bridge, my youngest cat Tully was alone. Tully doesn't purr a lot and I really missed that sound. I decided to adopt AJ, who soon became known as Sir AJ Purrsalot. He looks and acts so much like Ronnoco that I felt that Ronnoco had sent him to me. A couple of months later, someone returned another black kitten to the adoption center. His birthdate was 3/31/11, the very day that Ronnoco had crossed over the bridge. To me, this was a sign. Needless to say, Rascal (aka Mr. Rascal Polydactyl) went home with me that very day. One day, while taking pictures of my three cats as they were eating, it occurred to me that something was missing. AJ and Rascal were both black cats, as were Ronnoco and Detail. Cruiser was orange and white. That's what was wrong with my picture. My family just didn't seem complete without that splash of orange. I remembered that there were 2 orange and white kittens named Lola and Bubba who were available for adoption. When I arrived to help out at the next adoption event, I learned that Lola had just found a home. That left Bubba which was fine with me, since I prefer male cats. I decided to get to know him better. I held him and started singing to him: "Rubba Dubba Bubba, Rubba Dubba Bubba, Rubba Dubba Bubbadoo. Do- Be-Do. I love you, Bubbadoo." Eveyone was amazed at how content Bubba seemed to be with me. Needless to say, I brought him home to foster that very day, September 24, 2011. Bubba was just 8 weeks old. He was able to hold his own when it came to wresting with his older "brothers" and soon became best buddies with Rascal. It soon became apparent that Bubba would be here to stay. My family now felt complete. Bubba's adoption, however, cannot be finalized until he is neutered. He weighed only 3.11 lbs at 14 weeks, so I asked if we could wait until he was a bit bigger. I had hoped to have him neutered on Dec. 5, but was advised to wait until he is 6 months old. Both he and his litter mate, Lola, had been born with heart murmurs and apparently Lola still had this when she went to be spayed. Hopefully, Bubba will have outgrown his heart murmur and his neutering can take place without a hitch in February. I can't wait for him to become an official member of my family. =^..^=
Update: Bubba was neutered on Feb. 9, 2012. There was no evidence of a heart murmur. His adoption took place on Feb. 11th. I am delighted that he is now an official member of my family. =^..^=
Bubba has unusual marble markings. The word "Not" appears on one side of his body, while the word "Toy" appears on the other!
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Rubba Dubba Bubba
I've Been On Catster Since:
|December 20th 2011
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