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Seen a big cat with a hunting friend of mine

what species of cat was it rascal
and what was your mate doing out with it ?

 

lampin

 

Big cats roaming around this little Island of ours?! HEHEHE

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I've never seen anything whilst out myself, but my ex father in law swore he saw a large black cat when he was driving once.

 

He was a brimson though, so we didn't believe him at all... Then the news got wind of a few more sightings around the same time

 

The same eejit has me in court next month. A crying shame he was driving and not walking at the time...

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a body wrapped up in bubble wrap and a bag over the feet and head next to a tree with cows walking round it in the middle of no where my 2 mates ran to me at the gate and i white lighted from there and the body sat up and fell back down we just got off as we didnt know what we was getting involved in :yes:

Still going with this shite I see......

 

ffs lab has she allowed you back on the computor :laugh:

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Out lamping one night saw a pair of German shepherds running across a feild . Shouted and whistled them they never stopped

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Seen a big cat with a hunting friend of mine

what species of cat was it rascal
and what was your mate doing out with it ?

lampin

Big cats roaming around this little Island of ours?! HEHEHE

It was a long way off. Was real dark in colour. Not as big as a panther type cat but much MUCH larger than a moggy.

Watched it jump a 5 bar gate from about 3 foot away and clean over the top and over the other side.

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Seen a big cat with a hunting friend of mine

what species of cat was it rascal
and what was your mate doing out with it ?

lampin

Big cats roaming around this little Island of ours?! HEHEHE

It was a long way off. Was real dark in colour. Not as big as a panther type cat but much MUCH larger than a moggy.

Watched it jump a 5 bar gate from about 3 foot away and clean over the top and over the other side.

 

Not disbelieving you, seen a few things that have had myself scratching my head over the years

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Ratting on some allotment in the 70s at dusk,my dogs behaviour changed, clocked something two plots in front jumping on a dividing fence a silhouette of something the size and shape of a lynx this was no pet moggy? tried to get a better look although to behonest was'nt in any hurry in case it headed my way.

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In middle of absolutely nowhere monty a neighbours very elderly very arthritic collie x gsd.dropped him back to his owners doorstep

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Years ago snook out to go lamping as a kid, me and a mate were plodding away on the rabbits, when we heard a voice shouting. It sounded like my old man shouting me, we shit ourselves thinking I'd been busted, so we decided on a way to sneak back past where we thought voice was coming from, (bearing in mind we were lamping on a small island miles away from any residential property).. As we were walking back along shoreline we seen a silhouette against one of the sand dunes, I put lamp on him, there was a guy stood there naked with a clear rubble bag wrapped round him like a skirt, we shit it, started away on our toes, me lugging a feckin car battery and lamp, and my mate in front holding the dog and a knife... Laughed like f**k when we got home,didn't seem funny when we first clocked him tho, haha feckin weirdo

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