Bubba the cat has free range over two local middle school campuses, and his Facebook page helpfully documents his participation in class.

Faces forward! (via Bubba the Cat)
Faces forward! (via Bubba the Cat)
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Bubba is a house cat that "belongs" to Amber Marienthal of San Jose, CA. As you can see, however, no cat belongs to anyone. Marienthal tried to make Bubba an indoor cat after finding him outside, but apparently he trashed the place in his bid for freedom. After being released for a daily walk-about, it was discovered he was making regular visits to two different schools in different directions from his human's home base, Leland High School and Bret Harte Middle School. 

Bubba is so popular, he sits at that table in the cafeteria you only dream about. Or he would if he cared about that stuff, but he's too darn cool for cliques. Amber told San Jose Mercury News:

"He waits for school to start, and he doesn't come home until all the sports are done. As long as he's alive, I think he'll hang out at the school."

A jock, huh? Much like the quarterback, Bubba certainly seems integral to campus life. Leland even issued him a student I.D.:

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