Honorary “Doctor of Litter-ature” degree awarded to cat by US university

The Castleton campus of Vermont State University has given Max the cat an honorary degree. The tabby cat has a reputation for interacting well with both teachers and kids.

The Board of Trustees of the Vermont State Colleges has conferred upon Max Dow the esteemed title of Doctor of Litter-ature, together with all the catnip benefits, scratching post privileges, and litter box obligations that accompany it, with a loud purr of approval from the faculty. On Facebook, the college congratulated Dr. Max Dow.

Introducing Max the cat.

About five years ago, Max Dow and his mother Ashley Dow moved into a house close to the university. Max became a regular since he enjoyed attending college just as other students do.

It all began when Max, who was around a year old, decided to explore his neighborhood. He vanished one day, and his family discovered him on the university grounds. Pupils adored him and began to let Ashley know where the cat was spending the day.

Max’s college experience includes directing tour groups, riding on backpacks, snapping selfies, tanning wherever he pleases, and working at the dean’s desk.

Max visits the college during the holidays, but he leaves unhappy since there are no students there, Ashley told USA Today.

Max once skipped the college once classes started back up. The pupils planned a tribute for him after they believed he had vanished.

When Ashley received a call from the institution about Max’s degree, she laughed.

On social media, users expressed their congratulations in abundance. One person said, “This is MEOWVALOUS! Best wishes to Dr. Max!

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