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Library Sign Banning Max The Cat Goes Viral, And We Have So Many Questions

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Nov. 2 2018, Updated 4:22 p.m. ET

Meet Max the cat, who has taken over the Internet:

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It seems no one puts Max in a corner. He's a wanderer and won't be held back. He's a lone wolf, a rebel, and, apparently, a book worm.

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Unfortunately, Max wandered into the wrong building (multiple times) and got himself banned from a Minnesota library, but like many bad boys, he has found Internet fame.

This lovable guy's viral fame all got started with a single tweet, that instantly became a beloved classic. 

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Of course, the next step after achieving Internet fame is to publish a book (which is perfect because — as the original author of the tweet noted — this sign is basically the plot of a children's book on a single piece of paper; plus as we all know, there's nothing Max loves more than books). And hey, the people want what the people want!

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This Twitter hero jumped on the opportunity to fulfill the public's craving for more:

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Still it wasn't enough to fulfill the public's curiosity for all things Max:

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The good folks at Macalester College library tried their best to give the people the answers they wanted...

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Max's growing fan base quickly started brainstorming ideas for how to get him into the library. One person even made Max a library card. 

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That should totally work!

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Still others scrambled for a way around the system to allow Max to bask among the books...

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Some folks took more of an anarchist approach...

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Even Rhode Island Senator Jack Reed weighed in:

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And Gypsy is a bit of a fan:

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We will all, like Gypsy, be staying tuned to find out what happens next in the epic saga of Max the cat. 

H/T: Twitter

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