big cat research in Sussex


Spring flush of sightiongs

Posted on May 13, 2017 at 9:10 AM

A spring flush of sightings have come in from most corners of the county. First up and a big cat was seen 11/5/17 in fields at Bevendean made famous 2010/2011 for the "beast of Bevendean" reports in the local press. Seen from the Drove road it was in the same area where most of the reports came from. In rural Heathfield a couple of nights ago and a ginger cat the size of a fox was seen in a garden. This area has seen more than it's fair share of a number of different coloured cats fox or whippet sized around 20" tall and of grey, ginger or brown colour, paw prints of 6 to 7cm in width. The Hampshire/Surrey borders have thrown a handful of reports of a very large black cat but none of the puma type. Nothing recently in from far East Sussex. Most interestingly, a large black cat was seen leaving a dense wood in West Sussex by 2 different witnesses but at the same time of evening. A couple of trail cameras have been put up.

Categories: Sightings

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