Big Cat Sightings Abound
A report released by Wales Online reveals just how common the sightings of big cats are in the UK.
Once classified information this report reveals all. Secret Government and police files detail Anomalous Big Cat (ABC) sightings.
Reading like a Science Fiction Horror Story these reports tell of encounters with the large feline kind. Most common in Scotland, followed by Kent and Yorkshire with rural Mid and West Wales also drawing a number of sightings.
Bus drivers, game keepers, motorists, school children and mothers have all seen the big cats prowling around. Evidence such as mauled sheep, pets and fox lend wieght to the sightings.
One of the most unfortunate stories is that of Josh Hopkins in 2000 who, then aged 11, was slashed across the face by what he described as a black leopard as he searched for his lost pet cat. The local Police dispatched marksmen equipped with infrared lights and a helicopter in search of the creature, which left distinct claw marks on the boy’s right cheek, to no avail.
Lots of livestock including many sheep, family pets, and wild animals slaughtered by Big Cats or presumed to be ABC kills. The number of reports is increasing dramatically suggesting the big prowlers are growing in numbers.
Although Paul Westwood, who runs bigcatmonitors.co.uk, said: “Of every 15 sightings only one of those will be a genuine big cat. Others will be people seeing things from an unusual angle or in different lighting.”