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Cat found on train at St Pancras International Station

By Amy Nickalls

A feline commuter has been found on a train.

Southeastern has asked passengers who boarded a train to St Pancras this morning and may have forgotten their pet.

Posting on Twitter, the company said: "LOST PROPERTY: We have a new Fur-end...one lost cat has been left on a train at St Pancras, please claim him/her back - they miss their human and we would love to reunite."

Southeastern station manager for St Pancras, Steve Butcher, with the cat (10362814)
Southeastern station manager for St Pancras, Steve Butcher, with the cat (10362814)

One Twitter use asked if it was a stray that had wandered on the carriage but Southeastern said it was in a carrier.

A spokesman for the company said: "I can confirm that the cat is being well looked after and doted on by the Southeastern staff at the station, who are keen to reunite it with its owner."

Escaped animals, unusual finds and news from the RSPCA can all be found here.

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