The adventures of a train-hitcher kitten in Scotland
Startled commuters witnessed a five-month-old climbing on board the train at Johnstone in Renfrewshire and making its way into Scotland's biggest city.
But the fluffy little cat was picked up by the transport police as soon as he arrived at his destination.
The kitten, named Bobby by police, was taken to the Cats Protection Adoption Centre near Robroyston, and the charity is now trying to trace his owners.
A Cats Protection Glasgow Adoption Centre spokesman describes Bobby as having a red buckle collar on with white polka dots. Vets estimate the cat is around five or six months old.
If you recognise him or know who he may belong to please get in touch with CPGAC on 0141 7793341.
Photo: Cats Protection Glasgow