This Little Cat Found Shelter In A Train Station 5 Years Later She Got The Purr fect Promotion

This Little Cat Found Shelter In A Train Station 5 Years Later She Got The Purr fect Promotion

Wouldn’t it be great if your local train station had a resident cat? Well, for commuters and staff at one British station, that dream became a reality. Now, after years of loyal service, this choo-choo kitty has been given an important promotion.

►Source Image: Facebook/Felix the Huddersfield Station Cat
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30 thoughts on “This Little Cat Found Shelter In A Train Station 5 Years Later She Got The Purr fect Promotion

  1. mark dale

    They are all Cat hero's, Felix is absolutely beautiful and is in great an healthy condition, you all deserve a hero medal, oh and my digdig is the spitting image of her

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  2. Night Leopard

    During Victorian times, in fact right up to WW11, cats were used on British Rail (many companies) for vermin control and I suspect social engagement. I have seen old books (1950s) with the railway cat stories and black/white pictures.

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  3. sipos0

    Felix is quite the celebrity. I had heard of her before the video. She may not have the lofty job of Palmerston, Chief Mouser to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, https://www.twitter.com/diplomog?lang=en, or Larry, Chief Mouser to the Cabinet Office of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chief_Mouser_to_the_Cabinet_Office (who many suspect might actually be the one keeping things just about on track in Her Majesty's Government, despite the best efforts of our politicians), but she has plenty of fans nonetheless.

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  4. bowlerwildcatGaming2016

    Awsome i have never seen her at the station though i grew up in a little town call Cleckheaton in west yorkshire and moved to Manchester in 2008 i vist my dad when ever i can i get off the train at Huddsfiald

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