Felix was nine weeks old when she came to Huddersfield Railway Station in West Yorkshire, England to help the humans tackle the rodent problem. Now five years later, with her dedication and hard work, she is no longer just a simple mouse catcher. Felix is now Senior Pest Controller and even has earned her very own visibility jacket and name tag.
"She was a few weeks old when she came to the station. Donated by a colleague," Huddersfield Railway Station told Love Meow.
"Her daily duties include begging for food from passengers and colleagues. Patrolling the platforms, occasionally making an appearance in the concourse. And chasing off the odd rodent. She has been known to wander down to dominos pizza when bored."
More info on Felix the Huddersfield Station Cat.
Greeting commuters in the morning.
Felix gets paid in treats for her contribution and hard work.
"She has a few stashed around the station. Even the little coffee stall has a small bag stashed at their counter for her."
Now with the new responsibility that goes with her title, Felix has already exceeded all expectations by filling in at the ticket counter, helping with paperwork, providing customer service to commuters while diligently keeping mice at bay.
"She still thinks she's in charge of the whole station like always," Huddersfield Railway Station told Love Meow.
Ticket barriers were not working one morning, so Felix offered to help out checking tickets.
"Always happy to assist with passenger enquiries!"
"Calling all commuters!"
Keeping a look out for the 0640 to the airport
"Attention Platform 1. Your train is late!"
Keeping the trains running every day!
Felix excels in everything she does and keeps the commuters safe from rodents.