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GREAT NEWS STORY THOUGH EH?
It's half the length of the gap between the rail lines. In what kind of dwarf world is that anything other than some derivative pussy?
He works for the Ministry of Defence!!
May god have mercy on us one and all if anything more terrifying than your Nana's cat ever takes on the awesome might of the MoD
I'm also inordinately proud of it.
"Initial first impressions are very exciting, as I think this could be one of the best pieces of footage of a big cat in the UK ever."
you can hear his heavy breathing over the top too. whats he doing? wanking?
Father Ted: Now concentrate this time, Dougal. These
[he points to some plastic cows on the table]
are very small;
those [pointing at some cows out of the window]
are far away...
I love that sketch
why is he breathing so heavily?
Our 2009 Yearbook is here. With the usual round up of the last years sightings and articles from leading researchers in the UK, we again offer a fantastic read to anyone who is interested in the mystery felines that roam our countryside.
1. Faeces from a Leopard by Mark Fraser
2. Spring in the Stroud Valleys by Rick Minter
3. Flash, Bang,Wallop by Frank Tunbridge
4. British Tiger and Lion Escapes from British Menageries by Marcus Mathews
5. Disembodied Roars by Merrily Harpur
6. Conference Review 2008 by Christine Hall
7. Dorset Big Cats by Jonathan McGowan.
8. England round-up
9. Scotland round- up
10. Wales round - up
11. N Ireland round - up
12. Ireland round - up
OMG that record actually changed my life
that they make a puma look like a normal domestic cat?
How big is the train?! When did everything get so BIG?
Check how big this normal moggy is compared to some rails http://www.flickr.com/photos/maggot/4606189/
It's not big enough to be a panther I would say but it's certainly freakishly large.
The camera is just closer to the cat
the fence posts, the size of them,the size of the tracks - it does look like an ordinary size cat until you see it side on....a normal cat should be able to fit through the gaps in a fence like that, no? I don't think there's much chance of THAT cat fitting through/under that fence...
so there's quite some distance between him and the cat
not quite your average cat, though eh
Go and see Sophie's cat William and tell us he's just a little kitty. Fool.
is 4ft8.5in (about 1400mm).
side on it almost spans the width of the lines
someone needs to film a normal sized cat in exactly the same place and compare notes
tips that video from 'pointless and invalid' into the realms of 'slightly creepy'.