My name is Bubba!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in OAKVILLE, Washington - Bubba
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I'm being cared for by:
JustCare Animal Rescue

Facts about Bubba

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 11403510
  • Hair: Unknown

Hi! My name is Bubba! Are you looking for love? I am! And frankly I can't get enough! Even tho I just arrived here with these nice people, I am actually ready for a real home! I just got here from the vet, who 'fixed' me! Actually he took something from me, but lets not talk about that! What I want to talk about is what I am looking for. I have this little problem called FIiv positive. Which actually isn't a real problem, just talk to my vet! He said I am a VERY healthy young boy that can grow VERY old with you. Just like any other cat! So don't let this little Fiv+ thing intimidate you and educate yourself about it. If you can give me an indoor only home with either no other kitties or other Fiv+ kitties, then you have to come and meet me! I am truly special! I am also ready to go! Neutered, Vaccinated and vet checked! Actually I had to stay at the vet clinic for a few days, because they had no room for me at the rescue yet! imagine that! But even at the vet office they really loved me and gave me lots of love and attention ! Looking forward to meeting you and PLEASE contact JustCare Animal Rescue with any questions or concerns about Fiv in Cats!

Please visit our website at for more information about our organization, adoption policies/processes, and to fill out and application! 

About JustCare Animal Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

What started out as a trap-neuter-vaccinate-return venture quickly morphed into a larger vision to become the best animal rescue in their area! Their mission is to help decrease pet overpopulation by education, spay and neuter assistance and an adoption program. JustCare also offers trap-neuter-vaccinate-return and assistance with low cost spay/neuter & transport to the community.

Come Meet Our Pets...

You can meet our pets by appointment only either at our location in Oakville or the fosters home. :)

Our Adoption Process...

Here at JustCare Animal Rescue our primary focus is on matching up companion animals with their perfect home, forever. This means we take every step necessary to ensure that the animal and the family will be comfortable with permanent placement.

Our adoption process is as follows.

Step one – Adoption Application
JustCare’s adoption application is the first step to getting your new pet home with you. The form is conveniently located online, and sent directly to our e-mail inbox. After we have received this form, we will call the personal and vet references provided and analyze your lifestyle to see which pet/s we think will work well in your home environment.

Step two – Home Visit
JustCare typically requires a home visit for each potential adopter that Sabine and/or Ashley does not know personally. This is just to make sure the home is appropriate for the specific animal potential adopters are interested in. This will be a brief but thorough visit to your home and/or yard and performed either by two JustCare volunteers or Ashley and Sabine.

Step three – Meet & Greet
Once it has been determined that a potential adopter's home is the right fit for any given animal, arrangements will be made for the potential adopter and their families to meet the animal. If this is a cat, this will occur on site at JustCare Animal Rescue in Oakville WA by appointment. If this is a dog, this will occur either at the foster’s home or at a neutral area such as a park (especially required when meeting potential adopters dog/s.)

Step four – Trial
Once the potential adopter has decided they are interested in adding this specific animal to their home, a trial adoption period will be established. Generally for dogs this will be a 2 week trial and for cats ~6 weeks. If the adopter decides that this pairing will not work out within the trial period, a full refund of the adoption fee will be issued and the animal will come back into the rescue.