Gloucestershire: ‘Big cat’ spotted roaming about a field
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Frank Tunbridge is often approached for his expert opinion on big cats and other unusual wildlife sightings and since September 17 he has received 25 reports of big cats all across the country. On September 17 a couple traveling back from an auction came across a mysterious big cat by Bristol in the Forest of Dean.
The big cat was described to be the same size as a Great Dane and likened it to the Puma sports brand logo when the terrified couple saw the creature jump.
Since this sighting, Tunbridge has been perplexed at the vast number of emails that are flooding in.
These reports vary on unusual animals seen which are not native to England.
While many include big cats, some report seeing wolves and even skunks.
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Tunbridge has said that the reports come from all across the UK, including Devon, Worcester, Scotland, Ross-on-Wye, and more from the Forest of Dean.
“So far 25 emails have come my way,” he told Gloucestershire Live.
“Each all so graphic in their content, and they are from all parts of the UK.
“These detailed and often emotional accounts provide the facts of the existence of the ‘British Big Cat’ now being part of our wildlife in the UK.
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“With their solitary and secretive lifestyle you have to be in the right place at the right time to see one.
“Then before you get over the shock of the encounter, they are gone in a flash, too late to even consider taking a photo as you can’t take your eyes off of it right in front of you.
“I am in the process of replying to all the emails sent me.
“With so many it may take a few days or so, yet thanks again to everyone who contacted me.
“Please contact me at [email protected] if you have more exciting encounters to forward to me.”
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