to the UK Big Cats Web Site
reports, photographs about big cats wild in the UK and
have probably heard of the Beast of Bodmin, but
what about the Surrey Puma or the Fen Tiger or any
of the other wild Big Cats that have been spotted
around the UK.
the increasing number of sightings of Big Cats in
the UK, we decided to set up this web site to try
and collate the information about all the
sightings in one place to try and get an
understanding of the numbers and different species
|We have been
concentrating our own efforts in searching for a black
panther that has been spotted and reported to us around
East Anglia. You can keep up to date with our
search in the Our Diary
section of the web site.
|On this site
you will find all of the sightings that we know of, if
we have missed any then please let us know, also if you
have seen a Big Cat yourself then please do report the
sighting, we always treat reported sightings with
the strictest confidence and never make your details
known to anyone else. Please fill in the sightings
form here to report a
sighting to us.
well as the details
on which Big Cats may be wild in the UK, how to
identify them, their tracks and sounds.
will also have our own discussion forum soon where you can
put forward your own theories and thoughts without
the risk of being thought as mad! Plus we
have included links to other high quality web
sites on the subject of UK Big Cats.
your stay and keep returning to our web site as we are
constantly updating it with sightings and UK Big Cat
news. To bookmark this web site click here.
is found and collected we will feature it here, whether
it be hair samples, droppings, animal kills, tracks or
photographic / video evidence we will feature it all on
this web site, keep an eye on the latest news messages
at the top left of every page to find out when new
details are added.
NOTE: All information on this web site is provided
for reference only, we do not encourage anyone to go out
and look for these creatures, nor do we wish any harm to
become them or you. All sightings contained within
this web site will never contain exact locations unless
they have previously been published, this is done for
both the cats and your safety.