Any time you travel through a public transit station, you can feel stressed out because you don’t know which way to go or you may feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of people walking all around you. Fortunately when travelers arrive at Huddersfield Train Station, they can be comforted by Felix the cat.

Felix’s official job is to rid the nation of mice, but he has performed other admirable roles as well. Upon meeting a boy with autism, Felix helped bring the boy out of his shell. When a runaway child shivered on the platform one night, Felix was there to comfort him as well.

Now there’s a book about Felix’s exploits at the Huddersfield Train Station. If you’d like to learn more about how a cat helps a train station feel less anxiety-inducing, click here.