An orange cat resides in an elementary school in the Turkish city of Izmir for the second year.
He appeared as a kitten there. Children began to feed him and play with him, and as a result, the cat began to visit the school more frequently.
The cat was treated for parasites by the school personnel, and the kids christened him Tombi. To avoid frightening Tombi, the instructors noted that the youngsters were more quiet, careful, and stopped yelling.
During the lessons, the animal was really calm. With such a friend, the kids were overjoyed. The arrival of Tombi, on the other hand, did not elicit universal acclaim and acceptance. Some parents opted to get rid of the cat and filed a complaint with the proper authorities.
Tombi was given to the family as a result of this. The parting from their furry buddy caused the youngsters a great deal of distress. Tombi has missed three days of school. He sat by the window in his new home, eating and drinking nothing. Children mourned for him at school.
Seeing the children’s anguish, the educational institution’s management did not remain unmoved, and devised a strategy to restore the cat to its pals.
The kitty was formally recognized as a school employee. He was given a personal file in which they kept immunization and health certifications, as well as a list of employment obligations.
The parents who filed the complaint issued an official apology to the cat and the entire school, as well as a collar with a pendant for Tombi.
And the student who wants to snooze on his notebook has every right not to write a summary. As a result, a street cat has the largest family and the best employment.