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Merseyrail staff work on ‘rescue plan’ after popular cat Paul spotted on station roof



Employees are stated to be devising a rescue plan after a well known cat made his method onto the roof of a Liverpool railway station.

Liverpool South Parkway’s unofficial ‘station cat’ Paul has been noticed on high of the roof of Platform 4 on the Merseyrail station. Twitter consumer @langho despatched a tweet to Merseyrail at 5.05pm on Monday saying cat was caught on the roof.

Shortly earlier than 9am on Tuesday, the Fb web page for ‘Paul The Liverpool South Parkway Station Cat’ stated: “This is not a joke. Paul the cat is stuck on the roof of platform 4. He needs help ASAP. He has been up there since yesterday. Please is there anyone reading this who can help him.”

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Paul, a Bengal who really lives close by, spends a lot of his time on the concourse of the station, which connects Liverpool John Lennon Airport and the Merseyrail community. Again in 2013 he hit the headlines after reportedly biting a safety guard, however he’s a much-loved determine amongst employees on the station.

Commenters on the web page shared their concern for Paul, who has been described as a Fb celeb and who’s acquainted to hundreds of rail customers who use the station. Christine Overton stated: “OMG! Can you please let us know when he is okay. i hope someone comes to his rescue ASAP.”

John Coulton stated: “He keeps doing it”, whereas Helen Clark added: “Oh poor Paul, I’ve shared the post. What is needed to get him down?”

The ECHO contacted Merseyrail, who stated that it was not a matter of concern because the cat typically climbs up the roof. He’s stated to have been up there round three or 4 occasions and his proprietor is just not involved by his newest journey.

Nevertheless, in response to considerations about Paul’s wellbeing, Merseyrail said on Twitter: “Station staff and management are aware and are attempting to coax him down/come up with a rescue plan. Thank you”.





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