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Just heard a few bits of cat news that I thought I would share as its been a while, news item number one the Lynx project is apparently to go ahead and is being fast tracked with the support of Michael gove who is apparently a big fan of the project, and secondly there is a programme being made for radio 4 regarding people's reactions to encountering big cats, Gordon bucananan has done a piece on the leopards of momby and the group I,m involved with has been contacted regarding uk big cats, they have interviewed a lady from Somerset that saw a mother and Cubs earlier this year and one of the biologists in the group will be on the programme it will be aired in November will give you the date when I have it, this is a positive step towards the acceptance of there presence as I don't think we wil ever get an official acknowledgment but more a gradual acceptance through things like this

Pity they can't cover Michael Gove in kitty Kat and lick him in the enclosure....the odious little toad that he is...

Odd fetish but whatever turns you on.

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The Hampstead puma eating the grey cat has been identified as 9 year old Tom ruffus who lives a couple of streets away but I think we had already established that one as fake anyway

 

Think this the problem greyman. It's like the boy who cried wolf. Too many fakes and staged pictures etc and that's all people see so anything that may even be real is instantly ridiculed as a fake. Shame.

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The Hampstead puma eating the grey cat has been identified as 9 year old Tom ruffus who lives a couple of streets away but I think we had already established that one as fake anyway

Think this the problem greyman. It's like the boy who cried wolf. Too many fakes and staged pictures etc and that's all people see so anything that may even be real is instantly ridiculed as a fake. Shame.

The thing is that it's not the first thing that comes to mind. By the time it is considered it's not an option.

 

My grandad told me a story of the first time he saw a black man then how they are non native and have spread like fook despite the shite weather. Maybe the pumas can do the same?

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Forest showcase this weekend in the Forest of Dean so some local interest, the big cat tent recieved 15 reported sightings, one puma though not seen in the forest but in Dorset,12 black panther type and two Lynx,

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Did you ask anyone who killed the bears? Lol

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I know you have a bit of an interest in these things as well so what are your thoughts on this picture taken last year in Tasmania teasingly close but no banana as usual

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I know you have a bit of an interest in these things as well so what are your thoughts on this picture taken last year in Tasmania teasingly close but no banana as usual

Well it has stripes. What else has stripes in Tasmania? Apart from feral cats....

 

There's an interesting one from last year that shows an unusual animal running across a dirt track in Adelaide. You can clearly see it's gait, which kind of sets it apart from fox/cat?

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Barred bandicoot? Hard to tell what size it is when you can only see a small part of the animal right up close to the camera.

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Could be right up to the camera?

 

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I thought this was more interesting.....

 

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Totally inconclusive,people are clutching at straws.

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I know you have a bit of an interest in these things as well so what are your thoughts on this picture taken last year in Tasmania teasingly close but no banana as usual

Well it has stripes. What else has stripes in Tasmania? Apart from feral cats....

There's an interesting one from last year that shows an unusual animal running across a dirt track in Adelaide. You can clearly see it's gait, which kind of sets it apart from fox/cat?

I don't really know a lot about the wildlife of Tasmania if I,m honest but as I research a simular subject I get a few of these in amongst my normal subject matter and I know there are a few here that are interested so thought I,d stick it up plus it would be nice if we have,nt eradicated another species and a few have learnt to avoid humans and survive out of sight though looking at the evidence it's not a strong case, but is that because of lots of land and not many people or are they really gone ?

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Totally inconclusive,people are clutching at straws.

I don't think anyone is clutching at anything, it's just a bit of inconclusive footage taken in Tasmania being discussed but I,ll pop you in the no camp

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Totally inconclusive,people are clutching at straws.

I,ll pop you in the no camp

 

Please do,they are extinct with no evidence to the contrary.

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