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I’d love to think that there r bigger felines than your average house cat running round our countryside I wouldn’t call anyone a liar But I think I’d have to see to believe or at least decent trailcam footage/pics 

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Think there is a big difference between a Bengal, and a "big cat" lads. Think we need to keep things in perspective here.  Personally, I think maybe anything less than a Lynx can be disregarded. I mean, something like a Serval, of a Bengal, fall well short, when it comes to the mysterious, and intriguing notion of there being big cats roaming the Brittish countryside. 

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11 hours ago, EDDIE B said:

Think there is a big difference between a Bengal, and a "big cat" lads. Think we need to keep things in perspective here.  Personally, I think maybe anything less than a Lynx can be disregarded. I mean, something like a Serval, of a Bengal, fall well short, when it comes to the mysterious, and intriguing notion of there being big cats roaming the Brittish countryside. 

Totally agree except a serval is still a fully wild cat we’re as a Bengal is a 2nd cross domestic hybrid  which I think is what is in that video or something similar 👍

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1 hour ago, Greyman said:

Totally agree except a serval is still a fully wild cat we’re as a Bengal is a 2nd cross domestic hybrid  which I think is what is in that video or something similar 👍

Yes mate, but what I'm saying is that something the likes of a Serval is not what we think of when we say, BIG CATS OF BRITAIN. I mean, the whole idea of a large black cat roaming the countryside, killing sheep and deer, has a sense of intrigue and mystery surrounding it, where as, a Serval is just well, a Serval. 

 

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On 01/02/2022 at 19:00, mackem said:

Club Row, brick Lane early 1970's,i cant remember how much the bloke said he bought it for but it was a pittance £20-30 quid I think? Had it till it grew a bit bigger then swapped it for pigeons or something similar 😳

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That little'n could be an old mate of mine Garrad. His Dad had a pet stall and Garrad took a Lion cub to school for show and tell.

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about five years ago i was out lamping on my own at three in the morning,i had two bulldogs and a pitbull x greyhound ,iwas near the chicken farm near me,i went into an empty field the dogs were going beserk so i released them they shot up the field and were really excited,i swung the lamp around behind where we come from and crouched looking at me was a black panther iluminous eyes in the lamp it was only for a second or two,by the time i got there it was long gone,but a panther it was,i only told my family but im 100 per cent sure they are here

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15 hours ago, leegreen said:

That little'n could be an old mate of mine Garrad. His Dad had a pet stall and Garrad took a Lion cub to school for show and tell.

Did he used to let people have their pics taken with his lion for a small fee? 

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my friend had a cougar visit his back yard the other night so i took these pics of them to show you.....

my boot in the pic, is, at the widest part, just under 5 inch and the paw print was easily 4 inch....

i said he should put camera up, he agreed but time will tell.....the two single prints weren't so clear as the wind had blown the top layer of snow into them losing there sharpness, (it was -20 making the snow dry and light) but the others weren't to bad i thought....

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