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Cheeky cat who loves sneaking into school gets honoured with own yearbook photo

cat has snuck into its local primary so often that it got its school photo taken.Emma Roberts, 45, had packed her two girls, Megan and Chloe off to school on picture day, but was surprised to find three images arriving back home.The third was a picture of Ziggy, their gorgeous white and ginger cat who has a taste for sneaking into his best buds’ school. READ MORE: 'Superhero' bloke's Pizza Express loyalty hack hands out £70 of discounts to strangers The repeat offender, four, is a regular in the playgrounds of the Flintshire, North Wales, school – so much so that he earned the right to get his professional photo taken with the pupils.Taking his chance like he was born for the lens, the poser cooly stared down the camera for one snap and elusively gazed into the middle distance in another.Emma said: "Chloe handed the letter to me and I expected it to be her photos."But then when I looked I was just in floods of laughter and so were the other mums standing by me.“I asked her what had gone on and she said he just jumped on the chair. He didn’t need any encouragement, he just got up there for a photo.“The school has just accepted him and he goes there at any opportunity.

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