A CAT that’s become a familiar face in Glasgow’s West End is safe and well after three weeks missing.
Nicknamed the Cat Controller, Hermes was a regular visitor at the city’s Hyndland Station and Gartnavel Hospital, even getting his own ScotRail badge.
His disappearance mid-December led to a social media campaign being launched to help search for the feline, who has also featured in the Beatson cancer centre’s 2018 charity calendar.
Thankfully, he has now returned home and will no doubt be cosying up to commuters once again.
— Hermes, the Hyndland Station Cat (@HyndlandStCat) January 2, 2018
A tweet from his official Twitter account @HyndlandStCat reads: “I want to say a HUGE THANK YOU to EVERYONE involved in the
#FindHermes campaign – from local humans who made posters/searched, to everyone who tweeted and shared my details!
“I may not have made it home without all your help!”
Hermes is now ‘grounded’ after his festive antics…
Monday morning sentry duty ? pic.twitter.com/OcnWb1IBL4
— Hermes, the Hyndland Station Cat (@HyndlandStCat) July 10, 2017
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