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Evidence Supports Sightings Of Big Cat On Maui

Posted on Thursday, 26 June, 2003 | Comment icon 6 comments

"State wildlife workers yesterday discovered evidence of a big cat in the lower Olinda area of Maui where residents have reported seeing a large animal on the loose."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Bizarro on 26 June, 2003, 17:18
sounds pretty credible. hope they catch it.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Naraya on 27 June, 2003, 20:14
The strangest thing about the cat is in how it got there in the first place....
Comment icon #3 Posted by UnpopularLola on 29 June, 2003, 7:21
it was swimming and got lost?
Comment icon #4 Posted by djdodo on 29 June, 2003, 13:45
LOL ... Ya that maybe right ((LOLA))
Comment icon #5 Posted by Naraya on 1 July, 2003, 1:23
LOL I live on Maui, about 25 minutes away from where the cat has been sighted. Lately they've been finding stuff like huge scratchmarks in trees, dead birds, huge footprints in the ground, etc. Lots of speculation that it is a panther...
Comment icon #6 Posted by Kismit on 1 July, 2003, 1:31
Wow Naraya , Pretty exciting stuff , keep your eyes open and your butt safe O.K.

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