Shaggy conductor Nicole has her own Instagram page now, informs Railway Supply magazine.

“Of course, we are not as popular as Patron, but our whiskers, paws and tail are no less outstanding.”

❤️ Nicole is waiting for your likes right on this link.

Tatyana, conductor of the Ukrzaliznytsia train, works with an unusual colleague — a dog.

A few years ago, Tatyana saved a dog at the train station (the animal almost froze). Having cured, she began to look for the owners of the dog, but in vain. So Nicole stayed with her savior.

When the military aggression of the Russian Federation began, all the neighbors of the railway worker left, so there was no one to take care of the animal. So she had to ask the management to allow her to take the pet on a trip. The management reacted to the situation with understanding – and Tatyana received a “partner”.

During the joint work, Nicole visited almost all cities of Ukraine and even Poland.

During evacuation flights, the dog behaves politely, helps its owner keep order and entertains children.

Toddlers love to stroke the animal, as well as watch how it performs different commands. Adult passengers are also delighted with such a “railway worker”.

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