High school's most popular 'student' is a real party animal

The cool feline has become quite the fixture at Leland High School and Bret Harte Middle School. In fact, he hangs around the hallways and the classrooms so much that Bubba has been issued his very own student I.D. card.

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But don't mistake his wandering ways for being homeless. He was adopted in 2009 by Amber Marienthal and her family but they quickly realized he wasn't cool with being an indoor cat as he would wail and meow until they let him out.

Bubba began to explore and found his way to the schools where he became well-known to students and teachers. He even hangs out on top of desks and cries when he wants to leave. 

"He's really social and he has no fear," Marienthal tells the San Jose Mercury News. Bubba is apparently really into sports too: he's known to hang out on the soccer field until someone pets him.

Marienthal says Bubba usually comes home after school just like any student. He has his very own Facebook page with more than 5,000 fans showing his day-to-day school life.

Welcome to the world of public education, Bubba! Just don't let us catch you smoking catnip in the bathroom.

It's official - I am now part of the Student Body - the best part, mind you.

Posted by Bubba the Cat on Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Waiting for my peeps.

Posted by Bubba the Cat on Wednesday, August 19, 2015

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School's out today. They'd better give me ALL the treats in that bag. #kittycrack

Posted by Bubba the Cat on Thursday, June 5, 2014

(Facebook)

Just another day at school. I think I am learning French. Not really sure.

Posted by Bubba the Cat on Wednesday, May 21, 2014

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