Thursday, September 29, 2016

Woman claims catamount chased her in Springfield

A woman claims she saw a catamount in the parking lot of Family Dollar. Story includes video.    


  1. A hound dog would tell you if a cat like that was there. With photo shop I could put a T rex there.

  2. Drug induced hallucination?

  3. Philip Caron9/30/16, 6:21 PM

    The woman saw the animal in the shopping plaza near the Dollar Store. It was last seen heading along Pearl Street. So, she must have watched it cross the foot bridge (or swim) and then herself crossed the bridge to see that the animal went down Pearl. The story doesn't say all that, but that's the only way it would work. However, once across the bridge the animal could have turned up Morgan past the Turning Point, or headed up hill to the wooded area at several places.

    1. Ya right, notice how close the camera is to the big cat,telephoto lens? Notice the feet are not showing, fake.

    2. What are you talking about? That's got to be real - they couldn't put it in the news otherwise!

  4. They are around.

  5. I am pretty sure this is not a picture that was taken at that time.

  6. I saw a bigfoot once. Lucky for me the space aliens came along and zapped it with their ray gun.

  7. Apparently heading towards Claremont for better shopping.

  8. I understand the cat was reluctant to hunt and fend for itself any more. Had stopped off at the U-Turning Point for a support group meeting of deer eaters anonymous. Then, down to the State offices to apply for an EBT card and free housing. Guess the folks there didn't get the memo about feeding animals makes them dependent upon handouts.


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