A cat in the suburbs of Melbourne, Australia, has gained fame for routinely dropping off and picking up Nicole Weinrich as she returns home from work.
Train Cat has arrived.
"He always seems to know which train carriage I am on and will be sitting there behind the yellow line when the doors open, because he is all about safety," Weinrich told the Herald Sun. "I've heard people get off the train and say, 'Look, it's Graeme'. Some just call him 'rock star'," she added.
When he's not greeting Weinrich, he can often be found sunning himself and being pet by curious train passengers while there.
"He likes peak hour and people getting off the train...he seems to be a people cat," one commuter told the Herald Sun.
Weinrich told the Herald Sun, "He's one of a kind."
Indeed train cat may just be.
WATCH the utterly bizarre video below:
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