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Second book on Felix the Station Cat is unveiled.

Byline: SUSIE BEEVER susie.beever@reachplc.com @susiemayjourno

HUDDERSFIELD'S most famous fourlegged character is ploughing full steam ahead with her next ambitious venture.

The town's residing station cat and social media star Felix has revealed details for her second book, set to hit the shelves next year.

Not content with one biography, Felix the Huddersfield Station Cat is bringing out a second, and has publicly unveiled the front cover, right, for the first time.

Titled, 'Full Steam Ahead: Adventures of a famous station cat and her kitten apprentice', the second book features people's anecdotes about Huddersfield Station's Senior Pest Controller. Set to be released next summer, the second installment in Felix's literary saga also includes her new understudy Bolt, a tiny black kitten introduced to the station earlier this year. The book is penned by Kate Moore, author of the first biography.

A post on Felix's Facebook page wrote: "Earlier this year we asked to hear about your own Felix stories so that they could feature in my brand new book.

"It is bursting with brilliant stories of my rise to fame, of my visits from fans who have travelled across the globe, and of Huddersfield's latest floofy addition ... Bolt!" Felix's first book, 'Felix the Railway Cat', was released in February 2017 and has since been printed in several languages across the world. The book was shipped to locations as far away as Japan. Further strings to her bow include a calendar, colouring book and even her own Lego model.

The book is available for pre-order on Amazon and is set to be released on

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Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Dec 12, 2018
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