FENLAND: Is this more proof of the existence of a Big Cat ? Tell us what you think

PUBLISHED: 18:10 06 May 2008 | UPDATED: 08:27 02 June 2010

Chatteris 'paw' print

Chatteris 'paw' print

COULD this be another picture of the huge paw of the Fenland Big Cat ? Robert Henshaw sent this photograph – which compares the paw s size to his boot – to the Cambs Times and Wisbech Standard this week. His shoe measures 12cm at its widest point, and th

COULD this be another picture of the huge paw of the Fenland 'Big Cat'?

Robert Henshaw sent this photograph - which compares the paw's size to his boot - to the Cambs Times and Wisbech Standard this week.

His shoe measures 12cm at its widest point, and the fresh paw print appears almost the same size.

He found this paw near Woodmans Way, off Lambs Hill Drove, in March.

Last week, Bob Maughan of Halsbury Court, Chatteris contacted the Cambs Times after a vet told him that his greyhound, Penny could have been killed by a large cat.

He wanted to warn Fenland pet owners the possible dangers of leaving their animals outside unattended.

And last month, Joan Peacock, of Queensway, in Chatteris also sent in pictures of huge paw prints which were in her back garden.

Have you spotted the Fenland 'Big Cat'? Email your pictures to the news@cambs-times.co.uk.


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