Bubba's mother was an Abyssinian or Abyssinian mix, and his sister shows it. We think his father was one of the black and white ferals named Tux. Bubba has a white stripe on his back leg exactly where Tux does. It really could be any other cat, though.
His mother showed up in the feral colony we take care of. She was friendly and pregnant, so we brought her in and set up a box in the bottom of the closet for her to have her babies in. She had four: Bubba, tiny Dora the Explorer, Casper and Pollux (twins). The twins were born in the same sack, something I had never seen before, and I have worked with dogs and cats for 30 years.
Bubba loves stick toys, whether they have string, feathers or material strips. He also likes to cuddle and bathe the rescues. Bubba got his name for being Dora's brother, and the Flowerface because as a kitten he was one of those pansy face kittens with a round face and big eyes.
By Mary from Tucson, AZ
Bubba is beautiful and I love his heart. Bleass you for saving him, his mother and siblings.
Bubba is beautiful and I love his heart. Bless you for saving him, his mother and siblings.
What a beautiful boy, he is so lucky to have you. So few creatures are 'saved' from the world, thank you in Bubba's name for loving him and giving him a terrific home. Leah from Down Under.
So absolutely adorable! I love cats and I miss mine, darn it! (She ran away.) Thank you for sharing yours!
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