Wednesday 24 September 2008

Eastbourne Herald features the Downland 'panther'...

This is NOT the Jevington 'panther'!!

KENT BIG CAT RESEARCH were sent this photo after a large Alsatian-sized cat was seen by several witnesses on September 29th 2008 at Jevington, near Eastbourne. The image clearly shows a domestic cat, compare to the black leopard image and you will see vast differences.

The arrow points to the location where the animal was actually seen.

Monday 22 September 2008


Big cat sightings make the list of the local paper's coverage of all manner of weird events which have plagued HERE


The Sheppey newspaper goes on the hunt for elusive local mystery cats...

Tuesday 16 September 2008

Neil giving a talk to London Earth Mysteries.

On Tuesday 23rd September 2008 at 7:00 pm Neil Arnold will be giving a talk to the London Earth Mysteries Circle, discussing big cat sightings around London. The venue is at: 50 Gloucester Place, nr Baker Street, London. Nearest tube is Baker Street. The link for the site is HERE

Sunday 14 September 2008

The Thamesmead 'panther' at Londonist

Neil Arnold's latest Londonist installment on the Thamesmead big cat can be read HERE

Tuesday 9 September 2008


THE SUN newspaper of Tuesday 9th September believe this photo, taken from Essex, is of a black panther...Neil Arnold contacted the paper to say the animal was nothing more than a domestic cat. The head is completely the wrong shape, as is the tail length...rather worrying however that police, journalists and even some so-called experts couldn't tell the difference!!

Sunday 7 September 2008

Thursday 4 September 2008

Wednesday 3 September 2008

Staplehurst attack on foal (May 2008)

Interesting story courtesy of Kent Online from May 2008 regarding a grisly attack ona foal. Alleged paw-prints were found at the scene and photographs were taken by police officer Pete Gardner, but the one in the image looks very dubious. Read it HERE

Tuesday 2 September 2008

Is this the remains of a Margate menagerie ?

Evidence has always been scarce regarding owners of large, exotic cats in the past, especially pertaining to local menageries. Read HERE regarding the recent possible discovery of a private zoo on the outskirts of the coastal town.