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  1. says:

    When I first moved back to West Yorkshire someone asked me if I’d heard of Felix Felix was a famous railway cat living at Huddersfield Station I hadn’t heard of Felix the famous cat I found my way to Felix’s Facebook page and fell in love with the ball of floof affectionately loved by all worldwide Felix the Railwa

  2. says:

    Lovely book about how Felix lives her life as a railway cat ^^Beautiful 'happy' book to read if you need a break from thrillers horror etc

  3. says:

    Whilst I really love the idea that there is a train station in Yorkshire that has its very own resident cat I did not enjoy

  4. says:

    A delightful book about the Huddersfield Railway Station cat Felix who has her own Facebook page with over 100000 likes It is full of moments of sweetness laughter naughtiness and pathos as Felix reigns supreme All cat lovers should read it

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    I was looking for a heartwarming read during the current situation that the majority of us are currently facing After my experiences with Felix The Railway Cat I can happily say that reading books featuring cats are definitely for the win The real story about a train station in England who acuire a young cat to keep everyone staff and passenger wise company and name it Felix This is truly Felix's story There were lots o

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    This was a delightful book about a cat who is employed by Huddersfield railway station Two lads used to kick about ideas about things

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    This book made me laugh and it made me cry what could you want from a book?Touching and heart warming I loved it Felix as seen by her colleagues friends and familyA little ray of sunshine in a bleak worldRead it you'll be glad you did

  8. says:

    When the team at Huddersfield railway station decided to get a cat little did they know she would change their lives forever I've followed Felix on social media for years and her antics never fail to raise a smile This boo

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    I have to say that when I started reading this thought it wasn't going to be for me The narration was simplistic a bit repetitive a

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    Opening If you go down to Huddersfield station in Yorkshire you may be in for a big surprise For greeting you at t

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Full of funny and heartwarming stories Felix The Railway Cat is the remarkable tale of a close knit community and its amazing bond with a very special catWhen Felix arrived at Huddersfield Railway Station as an eight week old kitten no one knew just how important this little ball of fluff would become Although she has a vital job to do as 'Senior Pest Controller' Feli. Lovely book about how Felix lives her life as a railway cat Beautiful happy book to read if you need a break from thrillers horror etc Sottomissione eight week old kitten no one knew just how important this little ball of fluff would become Although she has a vital job to do as 'Senior Pest Controller' Feli. Lovely book about how Felix lives her life as a railway cat Beautiful happy book to read if you need a break from thrillers horror

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He team at Huddersfield they rely on Felix to pull them together again But it's a chance friendship with a commuter that she waits for on the platform every morning that finally gives Felix the recognition she deserves catapulting her to international stardom Royalties from the sale of this book will be donated to Prostate Cancer UK registered charity 1005541 SC039332. I have to say that when I started reading this thought it wasn t going to be for me The narration was simplistic a bit repetitive at times the overall feel was a bit cutesy but it was so hard not to be charmed by Felix her antics The writing style made it an easy uick read I think even people who are not particularly cat lovers would be captivated by Felix A delightful story as a Huddersfield lass I must admit by the end I did feel a sense of pride welling up that Felix is our cat o Green dog trumpet and other stories every morning that finally gives Felix the recognition she deserves catapulting her to international stardom Royalties from the sale of this book will be donated to Prostate Cancer UK registered charity 1005541 SC039332. I have to say that when I started reading this thought it wasn t going to be for me The narration was simplistic a bit repetitive at times the overall feel was a bit cutesy but it was so hard not to be charmed by Felix her antics The writing style made it an Identity easy uick read I think Cenote even people who are not particularly cat lovers would be captivated by Felix A delightful story as a Huddersfield lass I must admit by the Sottomissione end I did feel a sense of pride welling up that Felix is our cat o

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X is much than just an employee of TransPennine Express For her colleagues and the station's commuters Felix has changed their lives in surprising waysFelix seems to have a remarkable ability to save the day time and again from bringing a boy with autism out of his shell to providing comfort to a runaway child shivering on the platform one night So when tragedy hits t. This was a delightful book about a cat who is employed by Huddersfield railway station Two lads used to kick about ideas about things to introduce to the workplace and one of their ideas was to get a kitten They sneakily introduced the kitten once the manager opposed to the idea was on secondment Everyone well almost fell in love with the kitten and wanted to be a friend They bought toys and treatsThe kitten had a wonderful way of creating a positive workplace atmosphere so that the staff were looking forward to coming to work every day She found favourite places to sleep no matter how inconvenient it might be to other people Two of the lads would kick a toy down a corridor for her to chase not sure how that would go down in most workplaces mind youShe came into contact with some customers who changed their travel plans and there was a very touching scene where an autistic boy travelled to see herI loved the daily interactions with the staff the customers and the cat I wondered at points whether the cat was still at Huddersfield but I looked up her facebook page and she s still working and living there Like other travellers I may be tempted to visit the station at some point it sounds like a wonderful building and the added bonus of maybe spotting the cat would be lovely