Sweet moment pet cat quietly stays inside his student owner’s desk after she secretly brought it into class
- This moggie is trying his best to stay under the radar at an university in China
- Footage shows the Munchkin cat called Ba Dun lying inside the desk furtively
- He was sneaked into the room by his owner who was running late for her lecture
- The student said her clingy feline refused to let her leave home without him
This cat is trying his best to avoid being caught after his student owner sneaked the moggie into class in China.
Viral footage shows the one-year-old Munchkin cat, a breed known for its short legs, quietly lying inside the desk and looking around, seemingly trying to hide from the lecturer.
Ms Wen, the pet owner, told MailOnline that she had to bring her cat to the classroom after the clingy feline wouldn’t let her leave home without him.
Viral footage shows the one-year-old Munchkin, a breed known for its short legs, quietly lying inside the desk and looking around, seemingly trying to hide from the lecturer in China
The university student from the city of Xi’an in north-western China said she was getting ready for class on Friday morning when her pet, Ba Dun, started snuggling up to her.
‘Ba Dun kept cuddling up to my leg and looking really sad because he wanted me to stay with him,’ Ms Wen 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,’ she added.
After hiding the Munchkin inside her desk, Ms Wen captured the sweet scene as Ba Dun is seen lying obediently, apparently trying his best to stay under the radar.
‘He was being really good and didn’t make any sounds,’ said the owner.
Ba Dun, whose name loosely translated as ‘eight meals’, was given the unusual name because of his big appetite, according to Ms Wen.
‘He could definitely eat eight meals every day if I let him.’
After hiding the Munchkin cat inside her desk, Ms Wen captured the sweet scene on her camera as Ba Dun is seen lying obediently, apparently trying his best to stay under the radar
Ms Wen (pictured right), the pet owner from central China, told MailOnline that she had to bring her cat to the classroom after the clingy feline wouldn’t let her leave home without him
Thanks to Ba Dun’s undercover skills, the lecturer did not notice anything unusual at the time and only found out after the footage went viral.
The amusing moment amassed over 300 million views after Ms Wen shared the video on the Chinese TikTok-like Douyin on Sunday.
One viewer said: ‘Oh my god, does he realise how adorable he is?’
Another user replied: ‘Look at those big, curious eyes! He is studying hard as well.’
Ba Dun might have enjoyed being an academic, another cat in China clearly prioritises playtime over homework.
Zai Zai, a seven-month-old American shorthair, was determined to distract his young pet owner who was struggling to focus.
The moggie couldn’t leave his best friend alone as the pair have been inseparable after living together for five months, the child’s mother told MailOnline.