Friday, February 5, 2016

Mews and Nips: Train Station Cat is Promoted to Senior Pest Controller


A beloved black and white cat who has spent almost five years patrolling a West Yorkshire, UK railway station has been given a promotion for her dedication to her job. The Daily Mail reports that Felix has been named Senior Pest Controller and given a new high-visibility jacket and a name badge. Felix has been working at Huddersfield Railway Station since 2011, catching mice, making friends with commuters on a daily basis and getting paid in cat treats. Read the full story on the Daily Mail.

If you missed any of the stories featured on the Conscious Cat this week, here’s a recap: on Sunday, we shared what we learned from the recent blizzard that hit the East Coast, on Monday, we provided tips on how to care for your cat’s coat, on Tuesday, we told you about Cat Art Show LA, on Thursday, we alerted you that the Kitten Bowl will take place tomorrow, and on Friday we celebrated the official release day of Tortitude: The BIG Book About Cats With a BIG Attitude. There’s still time to order the book as a Valentine’s Day gift for the cat lovers on your list!

Today’s video is one of those you save for when you need an instant cuteness fix – enjoy.

Have a great weekend!

Image via Daily Mail

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