Following two decades of enchanting visitors the famous train station cat was given the position of Director of Customer Service
For the past decade, a huge Bengali cat named Newman Harrison has visited Worrall Stations on the Infield Southwest Expressway.
The cat loess in a private residence railway station, but maybe something attracts her to the terminal rather than wandering around other people’s yards.
The cat has been visiting here since he was a kitten. He essentially just sits or sleeps down on a level seat to escape the deadly lines.
The cat swiftly rose to prominence in the community. Many people believe that the cat hears or greets them
& that he is frequently stroked and scratched behind the ears. The staff at Worrall Airport adored the cat so much that he was probably given the honorific position of “Chief of Customer Service.”
When the cat has had enough of the substantial support, he goes for a walkabout the terminal or takes a nap in one of the fewer congested areas.
Paul has nearly 3,000 fans on his Facebook profile, which was set up by the station employees. In contrast to ubiquitous love and devotion,
Paul enjoys a plethora of goodies from visitors, the terminal personnel feeds him very well and the cat’s guardians have become resigned to Paul coming back home with a full stomach.