SUPPORTERS of George the station cat at Stourbridge Junction have been busy crafting for the Coronation and have created various artworks to celebrate the crowning of King Charles III.

Stourbridge’s Crafting for Communities have created a charming knitted postbox topper depicting George and friends at the railway station.

Stourbridge News: The George the cat postbox topper by Crafting for CommunitiesThe George the cat postbox topper by Crafting for Communities (Image: George the station cat)

A message on the Facebook page of George, the resident cat at Stourbridge Junction, described it a “stunning surprise” and a “purrfect tribute ready for the Coronation”.

Meanwhile, Stourbridge based artist Stacy Hammond has created a portrait depicting a very regal looking George donning a crown fit for a king.

Stourbridge News: King George portrait by Stacy HammondKing George portrait by Stacy Hammond (Image: Stacy Hammond)

Limited edition prints are available to buy online from with 10 per cent of the sales set to go to @StrayCatsWM.

Stacy said she came up with the idea for the Royal portrait after putting a call out on her Instagram page.

She said: “A couple of people mentioned George – then I thought it would be a great idea to make him King George.”

Olivia-Mae Creations based in Wednesbury has also created some cute Coronation items featuring George.

Stourbridge News: George the cat Coronation T-shirt and keyringGeorge the cat Coronation T-shirt and keyring (Image: Olivia-Mae Creations)

Fans of the popular station cat, who has amassed thousands of followers on Twitter and Facebook, can get their hands on ccmmemorative George the cat Coronation T-shirts and keyrings.

The family-run company has been selling George merchandise including mugs and calendars for some time with donations given to various local charities.