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An off-duty Ministry of Defence police dog handler has taken a photo of what he claims is a panther-sized big cat. Pc Chris Swallow was helping a friend with their garden in Helensburgh, Argyll, when he spotted the black creature on a nearby railway line. The officer, who is stationed at the Faslane naval base on the Clyde, said the cat was as big as a Labrador dog.
is this a big deal? Well I suppose I guess it is, as we do not have big cats in the UK. There are reports of them, but no "proof" that they live wild. Many of them could be pets that got too big for handlers. they are most certainly NOT native to us here. The most dangerous thing we have is a ferel tabby
Originally posted by Missing Blue Sky
reply to post by ken10
Is this a big deal? Are wild cats a strange thing in Scotland. We have them all over the USA. We even had a 14 ft python and a 15 FT alligator found in residential area of Florida very recently.
Originally posted by gordon31
thats a big cat if it is a cat...looked like it could be a dog to me