In 2011, the train station superintendents in the city of Huddersfield (UK) decided to have a kitten. The reason was simple: the train station was literally occupied by mice, and the 9-week-old Felix was appointed the “savior” of the station.
The railroad workers themselves called Felix the kitten. True, it later turned out to be a cat, but it was decided not to change the name. Moreover, Felix was officially accepted into the state, appointed as a “controller” and even issued a uniform. What distinguishes the four-legged controller from the human employees is one thing: Felix works not for money, but for food.
Like any employee, Felix sometimes has official problems. For example, the magnetic barriers installed at the station to deal with stowaways turned out to be impassable not only for the “hares” themselves but also for the cat. Fortunately, the operators noticed this in time and put on Felix a magnetic bracelet that opens the passage.