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Felix the Huddersfield Station Cat stars in her own mini film!

Her success meant First Transpennine Express has made a film about her rise to fame!

Felix's star continues to rise - and her success has been celebrated with a mini film.

Staff from First Transpennine Express have been filmed talking about the start of her career, promotion to senior pest controller - and her new found fame across the globe!

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Chris Bamford, who works in customer services, said: "Felix loves living here at Huddersfield station - she's been here since she was a kitten; she probably knows the trains better than we do - she improves morale round the station and she's a bit of a character, shall we say!"

Watch Felix at work below

She's racked up more than 50,000 Facebook followers since news of her promotion to Senior Pest Controller hit global headlines.

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The resident mouse-catcher has fans in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Afghanistan, the Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Russia, Brazil, Belgium, and states across the US including California, Florida, Texas and Illinois!

See pictures of her fan mail below

First Transpennine Express team leader Andrew McClements said: "She has fans now all around the world - and everyone knows her as Felix the senior pest controller.

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"It's our responsibility to make sure the fame doesn't go to her head!"

Film courtesy First Transpenine Express. Music copyright "Sneaky Adventure" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License



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