Sunday, May 20, 2012

'Fang-Toothed Big Cat' Remains Found In Cullen, Scotland

A shocked dog walker spoke of his horror on Friday after finding the remains of a 'fang-toothed big cat' at a beauty spot.

John Robertson, 50, was walking his two dogs along a rural path when he found the remains of the beast - the size of a large dog - with huge white teeth.

And to his horror just metres away from the rotting corpse were the remains of its last meal - half a dozen mauled seagulls.

John said: "I was walking my two dogs when we came across all these dead birds scattered about everywhere.

"I couldn't believe my eyes. I have never seen so many dead birds in one area. They were completely mauled, they had their guts totally ripped out of them lying on the ground.

"Then a little further on we came across a horrible rotting smell which was this big cat. It looks like it's feasted on the seagulls and maybe it has fallen down the cliff nearby, injured itself and just lay there till it died."

John, of Drybridge, Morayshire, made the discovery during a walk in Cullen with his wife Pauline on Monday.

But despite it's long 18-inch tail and its frightening sharp teeth, John reckons it is a cub. Read More