Not here, kitty, kitty! A tabby cat named Max has been banned from a Minnesota library after repeatedly sneaking in, but it's the library's hilarious sign that's quickly going viral.
Max made a habit of scampering into the library at Macalester College in St. Paul whenever people opened the door. In the true nature of a curious cat, the feline was seen exploring the bookshelves again and again. He even got caught on the library's security camera on occasion.
It's little wonder that one Twitter user shared a photo of the note with the caption, "This is basically halfway to being a children's book."
It seems like the rest of the internet agreed with her, so a lot of folks out there decided to continue the story — and they got pretty creative with it!
Some social media users created Max-inspired artwork, with original illustrations of the cat oftentimes accompanied by a library card that the real Max sadly could not get.
Though Max's library days have come to an end since he's been "grounded," it looks like he's having a nice time relaxing in his home.
We just hope there are some books nearby!
h/t Fox News
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