Huddersfield Railway Station in West Yorkshire, UK need help in locating cat missing since March 28

UPDATE APRIL 1, 2020

According to an April 1 post in Examinerlive.co.uk, Bolt returned on Wednesday morning at 5am, with staff reporting that he’s lost a little weight “but is otherwise OK”. Doting carers now plan to fit Bolt with a tracking collar.

Felix and Bolt are cat pest controllers for TransPennine Express at Huddersfield Railway Station in West Yorkshire, UK. According to a March 28 Facebook post, Bolt has been missing from the station since early Saturday morning. Please share this article with the hope he’ll be found and returned to his home.

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Bolt has been missing since Saturday morning
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***Bolt is missing from the Station***

He sneaked out in the early hours of Saturday morning 28 March and has not returned. The station is manned 24/7 and he will be missing his home.

He is chipped and our hope is that some well meaning person has taken him in during these difficult times. Please share this around Huddersfield and help us find and return Bolt

Do not attempt to visit the town centre and help find him – remember the restrictions are there for all our safety.

Updates will be posted to the Facebook page here. If you’ve seen Bolt or taken him in, please contact the station via Facebook.

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