New report of “huge big cat” in grassland on highway

A new big cat has been spotted on the edge of the M40 following recent reports of a roaming ‘puma’.

Earlier this week, the Big Cats of the Chilterns group, which is investigating reports of unusual sightings in the area, said they had received information about a sandy-colored cougar cat near Loudwater and Flackwell Heath.

The Bucks Free Press has since been reported after a woman driver saw a “huge” sandy-colored big cat on the verge along the M40 as she headed towards the M25.

Esme Choules said: “I’ve been checking my phone for wildcat sightings in dollars as I’ve just spotted a huge sandy tanned big cat on the grass verge along the M40 towards the M25!

“I wish I was fast enough for a photo!

“The road is very busy, mustn’t it have been others who saw it?”

There have long been obvious sightings of big cats in Buckinghamshire, leading to reports of the legendary ‘Beast of Bucks’ lurking in the countryside.

Recently Big Cats of the Chilterns had three reports from Flackwell Heath of what appeared to be a cougar this month.

The group said: “Ok guys I’ve had a few sightings in the last two weeks.

“We’ve had a couple of sandy colored cats, suspected cougar sightings on the edge of Flackwell Heath… and three sightings of a big cat that looks like a black panther near Ivinghoe Beacon and in the Dunstable area.

“This seems to fit the itinerary I have assumed, but no concrete evidence, just sightings…”

A “large black cat the size of a Labrador” was also apparently spotted roaming fields in the East Amersham area on Wednesday October 19.

They also had a report of a hiker from High Wycombe spotting a sand colored cougar in the woods of Hodgemoor.

A shocked neighbor reported seeing a “large black cat” that was “over a meter long” on Windmill Lane in Widmer End on May 10, 2021, while walker Natalie Godliman told the Bucks Free Press in April she was saw a “brown puma”. at Keep Hill Woods in High Wycombe

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