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'Big cat' filmed in Flintshire, UK

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Jonathan Terry said the creature, which he spotted prowling the fields to the rear of his house in Trelogan, was at least the size of a sheep and possibly even bigger.

It was a distance of two fields away when he filmed it from the kitchen window.

Jonathan reported the sighting to Puma Watch North Wales, a group set up to investigate and raise awareness of big cat sightings in the area.

Full story at Leader Live UK: Link

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diddyman68

Interesting,hard to judge the scale as usual though.

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OverSword

It looks like a long haired house cat.

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Wepwawet

Yeah, domestic moggy

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jethrofloyd

Hard to judge at this distance, but I think it's domestic cat.

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diddyman68

I'd love there to be a breading population of big cats.

I seen something on the subject,and he was saying there were lots of sightings prior to the big freeze a decade or so ago,then after that the sightings dropped dramatically.suggesting a major cull.

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Buzz_Light_Year

Yep! Domesticus Pussycatus.

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acute

When someone takes a video of a "big cat", the first thing they should do (after pressing 'Rec') is throw an archeological measuring stick at it. :yes:

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ouija ouija

Hmm, I'm leaning towards 'big cat' . . . . something about the way it moves.

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