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'Puma of Pontybodkin' big cat spotted again

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Eldorado
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A mystery big cat has been spotted stalking the Welsh hills - after multiple 'puma' sightings in the past few weeks.

A 'labrador-sized' cat dubbed the 'Puma of Pontybodkin' was reported walking along a road on New Year's Eve just days after a similar animal dashed across a field.

There have been a series of reports made to the Puma Watch North Wales group since November - with apparent sightings across the area.

Daily Mail report via MSN: Link

Earlier sighting report with video at Leader Live: Link

And another one at the Whitechurch Herald Link

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Abramelin

Sorry, but apparently I am missing the mystery.

This is not about something like Bigfoot, Nessie, or the Kraken.

This is about pets set free.

 

 

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Nobu

I’ll be interested to see if it’s really a puma or a common cat lineage gone feral. Ready for some DNA!

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Jon the frog

There was not a rare black fox that escaped south of Welsh lately ? Was sure to see big cat sighting after that... sighting a little to far north tho.

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Jon the frog
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On 1/5/2021 at 6:13 PM, Nobu said:

I’ll be interested to see if it’s really a puma or a common cat lineage gone feral. Ready for some DNA!

On the video, it's so short legged, probably a cat.

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oldrover
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And here we go with another 'Beast of Bont'. Everywhere round here with a bridge has to have its own to keep up with the ******** who live by the next bridge. 

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Eldorado

A BIG cat sighting near Ellesmere Port has been reported just days after a similar encounter near Chester.

The witness saw a “large but slender” black big cat “with a long tail that it carried quite high” at Ince Marshes, close to Ellesmere Port’s Stanlow oil refinery, as he was on his way to work.

The Chester Standard

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Jon the frog
On 1/15/2021 at 3:10 PM, Eldorado said:

A BIG cat sighting near Ellesmere Port has been reported just days after a similar encounter near Chester.

The witness saw a “large but slender” black big cat “with a long tail that it carried quite high” at Ince Marshes, close to Ellesmere Port’s Stanlow oil refinery, as he was on his way to work.

The Chester Standard

that's a dog track picture...

Distinguishing coyote, dog, fox, and cat tracks in the snow. | Fox tracks  in snow, Coyote tracks, Animal tracks

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qxcontinuum

Ok so what? Big cats are coming back to the lands they have once roamed free... what is the deal ?

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Mr.United_Nations
On 1/8/2021 at 2:05 AM, Jon the frog said:

There was not a rare black fox that escaped south of Welsh lately ? Was sure to see big cat sighting after that... sighting a little to far north tho.

That in was in Cornwall/Devon or Somerset, the fox has already returned home :)

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DieChecker

The last big cat report posted here, was... well, just a big cat.

I suspect this is much the same. Persepective sometimes makes things look bigger then they are. 

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