She has been working hard capturing both mice and commuter’s hearts for the past five years.
Now Huddersfield’s resident station cat Felix has received a purr-motion and a posh uniform to be envied by many a moggy.
Felix has been named the railway station’s Senior Pest Controller, and is living proof in furry form that purr-severing with hard work can pay off.
The feline was brought in back in 2011 as just a nine-week-old kitten to keep the platforms free of mice and other vermin.
Since then she has been working hard while maintaining a soft spot in the hearts of staff and commuters in the station.
She even had her own cat flap installed in the new ticket barriers and has a Facebook page.
Felix told her 1,266 followers on Facebook how her new paw-sition was in “recognition of what I’ve been doing for nearly five years”.
The new role means she has her own high-vis jacket and name tag, given to her on behalf of TransPennine Express.
She said: “A mouse a day keeps the boss away... My butler dresses me. A bit like Lord Grantham and his valet in Downton Abbey.”
Felix added she liked the “senior” title, but was “a bit worried they might bring in a junior one”.