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Saturday, 3 September 2011

Big Black Cat Sighting Norfolk


Although their have been reports of big black cat sightings in Norfolk for years as with the rest of the country
This is not a big black cat of the leopard type roaming Norfolk, it is possibly a picture of a domestic big black cat,or a feral, albeit a nice looking creature it certainly is not one to instill terror into the heart of the neighbourhood.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/top-stories/2011/09/02/catalogue-of-big-cat-sightings-in-britain-115875-23389419/

4 comments:

  1. Hilarious, super imposed for definite. Also think the pheasant might have been a bit more interested if it had been real!

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  2. i would like to know why people are hurting the king of bodmin moor i been looking for this kings for some years now still no find or seen it

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  3. I don't think any of us are out to hurt the cats Andrew,just to prove their existance.It is essential to the whole ecology system to know what predators are in a country and to assure their safe existance which is what we aim to do.:)

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  4. That's a regular domestic cat, look at the width of the tyre path and then the size of the cat, if that's anything other than a regular cat like the kind that uses my garden as a toilet, i'd be very surprised.

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