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They say puma in the articles but it doesn't look that big to me . Also it says he got video but I haven't been able to see it .looks like rings on its tail if that means anything

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Big moggy.... :yes:

 

I was more interested in the big foot sightings further down the page....

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Not a lynx,look at the tail,its just a cat.

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Papers just print anything you tell them these days just to try and be the first

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St. Albans has been alive with reports this year of both black and sandy brown big cats and they come up with a picture of a fat domestic cat, that is all that one is I,m afraid, though I do gather evidence to prove the excistance of big cats I am the first to dismiss the rubbish and this one is just that

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Should someone who mistakes that for a big cat when it's 10ft in front of his car be allowed to drive?

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They say puma in the articles but it doesn't look that big to me . Also it says he got video but I haven't been able to see it .looks like rings on its tail if that means anything

i have seen the video mate and it looks more like a fat moggy than in the still

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Should someone who mistakes that for a big cat when it's 10ft in front of his car be allowed to drive?

 

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He,s probably been driving for three days solid whilst fasting for Ramadan,

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Must be scraping the bottom of the barrel for news to fill their rag!

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Must be scraping the bottom of the barrel for news to fill their rag!

it also makes it much harder for people trying to actually prove the excistance of big cats in England as well because we all get tarred with the same brush, in the event of a good photo coming to light the first thing we do is go and take measurements and size scale,s of the scene, were as this one was just shared for a laugh and no one I know will be rushing to St. Albans to take measurements
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