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Bubba - Maltese Kept in Shed for Months



This adorable little guy is Bubba, a 7 year old Maltese, that has lived a horrible life over the past several months. When his owner became ill and was unable to take care of his companion, he gave Bubba to a family member to take care of. The family member had six dogs that began attacking little Bubba every time they saw him. Bubba was banished to the shed -- and this little guy made a home out of that lonely shed for several months. All through the cold winter, the sweltering summer, Bubba lived a life of pathetic solitude. Finally, another family discovered what was going on and the awful condition of Bubba and contacted the Society to take in this fella.

When he arrived, Bubba was infested with fleas, covered in his own urine and feces. The mats that covered his little body were pulling his skin so tight and causing pain. Bubba received immediate medical attention and was neutered. Once his filthy coat was removed, a handsome little man emerged that was so thrilled to be relieved of his painful coat and so relieved to be in good hands.

Bubba is a real sweetheart and extremely gentle and well behaved. Your donation to our Res-Q Fund will help us to help in our protocol of caring for and medically treating and altering the needy animals that come through our doors. This Maltese is now looking for a wonderful new home where he will be loved and cared for the way he deserves to be -- never to be relegated to isolation in a shed and left in the cold again. Little Bubba is ready to put his nightmare behind him and start fresh. He just needs a loving family to start over with! He is at Popcorn Park and waiting for "a new leash on life". For more information, call 609-693-1900 and refer to File 22708. You can also e-mail us.

Bubba is not the only sad story of a beloved companion who is separated when an owner becomes ill, incapacitated or dies. Giving a dog or cat to a family member or friend may not work out. Popcorn Park is there to make your life's future plans easier. For more information on what will happen to your pet in the event you are no longer there, please contact us. You can also order an informative brochure on this subject from AHS.

8/30/2013

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