- Associated Press - Thursday, July 21, 2016

ORANGE, Calif. (AP) - A puppy that was found high on methamphetamine and heroin in a Southern California motel room has a new home.

Bubba was taken by a couple from Orange on Wednesday, shortly after he was put up for adoption.

Katie Ingram, assistant director at Orange County Animal Care, tells the Los Angeles Times (https://lat.ms/29ZvMcP ) that the couple has a female German shepherd.

Bubba was found at a drug-littered Tustin motel room in March. The seven-month-old Jack Russell terrier-Chihuahua mix was cold, listless and lethargic.

His owner was arrested on suspicion of drug possession.

Last week, test results finally showed that the drugs were out of Bubba’s system and he was ready for adoption.


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