Pets have incredible healing ability, their presence can relieve stress and ease pain, and they are the most efficient serotonin booster ever. There are times when you are all drained out at work or are too anxious before a test coming in an hour, you would wish that your pet would appear right in front of you and sweep away all the worries with their cuteness and positive energy.
There are also times when you have a business to finish, but you just can’t stand leaving your pet alone. It is such a frustrating feeling that we can’t take our little fluffers everywhere we go… or can we? In China, Wen – a university student decided to slink her feline into the campus and had it attend all classes with her. Sounds pretty bold, right? Well, scroll down and read about the risky, yet unregretful decision of Wen and her cat Ba Dun.
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Ba Dun is an adorable 1-year-old Munchkin cat from China
The video of a fluffy, adorable feline calmly chillin’ inside a school desk recently went viral on Douyin. His owner, Ms. Wen, apparently decided to bring her one-year-old Munchkin cat to class after he wouldn’t let her leave home without him.
The feline kept meowing at his owner, asking her not to leave him alone
“Ba Dun kept cuddling up to my leg and looking really sad because he wanted me to stay with him,” Ba Dun’s owner told MailOnline. “But I was running late for my class. I couldn’t bear letting him down so I brought him with me to the classroom.”
The footage capturing Ba Dun calmly sitting inside a classroom desk has been shared online and quickly went viral
“As you can see, Ba Dun tried his best to stay calm and not to get into any trouble. It’s almost as if he knew he was on an important mission. He was being really good and didn’t make any sounds,” Wen said. Luckily, the lecturer didn’t notice anything out of the ordinary and only acknowledged the adorable intruder after the video went viral.
“Does the lecture know I’m here? Keep it quiet!”
“And in case you were wondering, yes, the cat’s name is Ba Dun, and it could be loosely translated as “eight meals. He could definitely eat eight meals every day if I let him,” the owner laughed while explaining the origin of the feline’s cheeky name. He sure fits the name!
Gotta admit he looked pretty relaxed in there
Wen didn’t have to worry whether her feline is safe and sound because he is right here with her. What a dream come true to have your mental supporter accompany you wherever you go. Since the video went viral, many people also reacted to the story, with most comments expressing the desire to sneak their pets in a bag and take them everywhere.