Comments are pretty awesome:
Young girls out in the forest at 20.30 is stupid to the extreme. What kind of parents let their young out so late in the evening. The garden would be the better and SAFER place. BP
- anon., UK, 20/5/2010 16:12
There are estimated to be around 500 big cats living in England. Many are victims of road kill each year, but the authorities keep it quiet through fear of the effects on tourism if the reality was public knowledge. Lets face it, most people are pretty stupid and are so detached from the natural world that a massive moral panic would ensue if people knew about it. Tourism would die overnight. I am a forest ranger in the new forest, and i've seen big cats on hundreds of occasions.
- Joey, Dorset, UK, 20/5/2010 15:52
Don't you think it's time to stop thinking these sightings are supernatural or impossible, and start sending out hunting parties to trap these animals before someone is killed?. Even if there is just one out there, it poses a huge risk to humans & wildlife. If it can be captured alive, hopefully it can, being a wild animal, be re introduced to it's proper homeland.
- Cheryl86, Mansfield uk, 20/5/2010 11:52