This High School Adopted A Cat As A Student, Wait Till You See His ID Card.

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It's about time that the cats of the San Jose, California community got a fair shot at a decent education.

Bubba, an intellectually inclined feline, is an outdoor cat who made his way to nearby Leland High School and Bret Hare Middle School, and never left. Since then, he's become one of the students, wandering down the hallways and chilling at desks in the classroom. Take a look at Bubba's back to school pictures below.


Each day, Bubba leaves home and heads to school.

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Next, shelter cats were invited to yoga class.

He pretty much has free reign of the place, meowing when he wants to be let out.

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Next, shelter cats were invited to yoga class.

He even found himself his own locker.

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Next, shelter cats were invited to yoga class.

Bubba's chill disposition makes his presence in the classroom totally acceptable for both teachers and students.

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Next, shelter cats were invited to yoga class.

Clearly, he has plenty of reasons to stay in school.

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Next, shelter cats were invited to yoga class.

Every day after class, he heads back home, exhausted from a day of learning.

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Next, shelter cats were invited to yoga class.

And he never forgets his student ID, which they had specially made in his honor.

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Next, shelter cats were invited to yoga class.

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Next, shelter cats were invited to yoga class.

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