That’s PURRRFECT! [Huddersfield Daily Examiner]

Date: 14/06/2013

FELIX the cat has got station staff in a right flap. The moggy, who has been adopted as the official Huddersfield railway station cat, has been awarded a special treat by leading train operator First TransPennine Express. She has her very own personalised cat flap to allow easy access through the newly-installed platform ticket barriers. [From Chris Taylor]

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Thats PURRRFECT! - New addition to ticket barriers especially for Huddersfield Railway Stations cat Felix

Huddersfield Daily Examiner

FELIX the cat has got station staff in a right flap.

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