This puppy was severely abused with his owner keeping him high off of heroine, meth, and nicotine in a motel in California. The poor pup was probably so confused he didn’t know what was going on, but luckily the Tustin Police Department rescued him, arrested the owner, and got “Bubba” into rehab.

Posted by: Frankie Zing

Bubba, a terrier-mix puppy, was discovered in a motel room by officers in Tustin, California, about an hour outside Los Angeles and arrested his owner on drug charges. According to the Tustin Police Department’s Facebook, the 40 year old owner, Joshua West, is also being charged with animal cruelty.

West was arrested on March 22 on charges including possession of paraphernalia, heroin and meth, after police said they found needles and drugs in his motel room. Though, they don’t know yet how the drugs got into Bubba’s little system:

“This is the first time we’ve ever heard of someone reporting that an animal has been under the influence,” Tustin police Lt. Robert Wright stated to reporters.

Bubba’s expected to make a full recovery and once he does so, he’ll be placed with a rescue organization to find him a permanent home. Who wants Bubba?!