Cat Has His Own Student Because He Loves School So Much…
A sweet orange and white tabby cat named Bubba lives in San Jose, California. He has resided behind Bret Harte Middle and Leland High Schools ever since Amber Marienthal adopted him in 2009 when he was 2 years old. Bubba was initially planned to be an entirely indoor cat, but because of his activities, the Marienthals would allow him out each morning.
He has his very own school card.
The students even thought about raising for a statue to Bubba, who treads the hallways every single day, looking for head-rubs. But that was nixed.
Bubba did finally get the chance to graduate in 2017, though. At the age of ten, he surely seemed to be finally ready. Even now, he still continues to go to school at Leland.
Nobody really knows why the vocal and sociable Bubba loves the school so much. He just always seemed to like the action. Or perhaps he just always wanted to learn reading, writing and arithmetic.
Bubba won’t even go home until all events are done for the day and he’s not afraid of anyone or anything. He receives countless head scratches, investigates lockers, sleeps on desks, and wanders everywhere.
He comes to this school every morning. He began by going to Bret Harte, but he finally concentrated on Leland. Matthew and Mark, Amber’s two boys, presently attend this type of school. The Marienthals were first only somewhat worried about his safety until they learned that almost every person at the school—students as well as faculty members—had made him their unofficial mascot. He presently has the distinction along with a 1960s-era dog named Otis.