Cat Beasts on the loose


Police in the area where the Beast of Bodmin once roamed have logged 250 sightings of big cats since 2000.  The Beast's existence was confirmed by the discovery of a leopard-type skull in Cornwall by a 14 year old boy in 1995.
Police are ready to shoot the beast if necessary although Cat supporters believe it isn't a 'beast' but a very large feral cat who is breeding in the wild. A spokesman said "There is a suggestion that the cat is diseased and breeding a genetically unsound stock who are wild but very clever in evading capture. This clever 'beast' should not be destroyed

October 2011 original story : daily telegraph

6 comments:

  1. Can there be such a thing?

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  2. Of course if there's a Hound of the Baskervilles and Tess of the Durbavilles why not Cat of the Bodmimivilles?

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  3. There have been lots of stories of large cats roaming several moors, sometimes backed up with blurred photographs.I love the idea of a Cat of the Bodminivilles.Can anyone provide a picture?

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  4. Yes there have been

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