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He said the black animal was the size of an Alsatian or Labrador but had a feline gait and long tail.
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“I could tell it was a cat by its head and the length of its tail. It was walking along, as casual as anything.
“I stopped to take a photograph but it was too dark and pictures came out grey.”
The pair stopped and watched the creature for more than five minutes
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The eye was large and fairly close to the ground. I stepped out of the vehicle and shone my torch over to where I had seen it. There was nothing to see. Whatever it was had moved very fast to be out of sight so quickly. Later I was told a local woman had said, "Of course there's one living around here. I've found several kills."
Just ask a najavo what they think about skinwalkers and how real they are and you might not be told very much but enough to know that there arn't skeptics out there.
I have seen the big feral cats and shot them . The last one was only this year about the size of Kelpie but slimmer and longer. At 25m I shot it with 22lr ( only using thie calibre as culling rabbits at time)it droped got up and turned after 4 more shots at 15 - 30 m it fell 2 more times and kept moving It was moving slow by then and unable to jump up a cattle ramp we did find its body day later some 2km away on property. 2 of the shots should have dropped it in its place but didn't one head and one heart.
Aristocrat warns visitors after 'big cat' photographed on his estate
An aristocrat has put up warning signs for visitors to his estate after a member of his staff photographed a “big cat” prowling through the grounds.
“There is a possibility that this thing is bigger than a puma – it is probably quite frightening.
“We have put signs up telling people to keep their dogs in the car because there is a big cat about.
“We need this thing out of the way before it eats somebody. I’ve got a wedding business here and we are very worried about our guests – they might wander off piste and get gobbled up.”
Sir Benjamin said hunters up and down the country had contacted him asking if they could come to his estate to look for the cat.
“I might be able to sell the shooting rights if it goes on like this,” he jokes.
The next time a dead chicken or fox is found, he plans to take samples of hair and droppings from the scene and send them off for DNA analysis.