Big cats roaming in the north east

Discussion in 'SMB' started by Duracel Funny, Jan 20, 2018.

  1. Duracel Funny

    Duracel Funny Striker

    Im not talking lions or tigers but a few years ago me and my mate were cycling down castle Eden walkway in the dark and saw eyes up ahead, we stopped and in our lights we could see a black big cat , bigger than a dog. True story but nee fucker believes us
     
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  2. Kent_Mackem

    Kent_Mackem Striker

    Perhaps it was an alien. They're here already according to the SMB.
     
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  3. Stubbs ftm

    Stubbs ftm Winger

  4. Bamber

    Bamber Winger

    I dont believe you
     
  5. Slow joe

    Slow joe Midfield

    Why lie ?
     
  6. Kid Galahad

    Kid Galahad Striker

    Peterlee Panther, it was black.....
     
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  7. Stubbs ftm

    Stubbs ftm Winger

    Racist
     
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  8. HABA87

    HABA87 Winger

    I've heard about the Lynx at Whitley Bay.
     
  9. Dinsdale

    Dinsdale Winger

    Around 15 years ago there had been a load of sightings around Durham of a big cat roaming around. I lived out in Rowley past Consett at the time and was one of the many reasons I came back to live in Sunderland :oops: I had to walk home to Rowley from Lanchester one night too, absolute pitch black it was.
     
  10. Malloy

    Malloy Central Defender

    Don't be daft, Panthers are pink
     
  11. the boot

    the boot Midfield

    I believe you about the cat mate.
    But you were cottaging weren't yas.
     
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  12. Horatio Pugwash

    Horatio Pugwash Striker

    I'm fairly sure I got stalked by a leopard once.

    I was in Kenya, me and my mate took a short cut after a few pints and we could hear something moving in the trees next to us.
    We got to the compound we were going to, the dogs started barking and the owner came out with his shotgun. He'd heard the dogs and presumed it was "the leopards coming to drink it of the swimming pool again". We hadn't even given it a thought about the animals and stuff over there.
    :lol:
     
  13. jackynutmeg

    jackynutmeg Winger

    Have you ever seen one?
     
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  14. BlackOps

    BlackOps Winger

    Always used to hear stories as a kid through 90s of a durham puma that had been seen in loads of different parts of durham countryside usually by dog walkers at night
     
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  15. Malloy

    Malloy Central Defender

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  16. jackynutmeg

    jackynutmeg Winger

    I was probs being a bit too subtle
     
  17. Niblet61

    Niblet61 Central Defender

    Are you sure it wasn't a cat burglar
     
  18. Malloy

    Malloy Central Defender

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  19. jackynutmeg

    jackynutmeg Winger

    Think of all the animals you've ever heard about
    Like rhinoceroses and tigers, cats and mink
    There are lots of funny animals in all this world
    But have you ever seen a panther that is pink?

    Think!

    A panther that is positively pink,

    Well here he is, the pink panther,
    The rinky-dink panther,
    Isn't he a panther ever so pink?

    He really is a groovy cat,
    And what a gentleman, a scholar, what an acrobat!



    Read more: Henry Mancini - The Pink Panther Theme Lyrics | MetroLyrics
     
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  20. I live on Bodmin Moor and there’s quite a history of big cat stories in these parts.
    I was out stalking a few months ago and saw a big black cat in the trees. I stopped me in my track about 100-130 mtrs away and I was sure it was something special. I stood and watched it for a few minutes when it got up and walked towards some sheep and when it got close and it then had something to compare it’s size too it was just a big black moggy. The neighbours farm cat that was probably eating rare song birds
     
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