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It is not the first time a big cat sighting has singles been reported near Ruspidge. Mrs Howells said she now has oxfordshire doubts about letting her daughter chat and niece play in the nearby woods. Hi; I lived in the Forest for most of my life. Ms Howells added: 'Sophie was asking what it was and then we looked behind us and it was about five metres away, following. The girls ran all the way back to Kim's home in Ruspidge, near Cinderford.
Black pantherapos, milkman Robert Brinton got an early morning wakeup call when he encountered a big cat in Railway Road.
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Earlier the same year, firefighter Peter Bishop reported a black cat sighting in Cinderford and a lorry driver from Lydney also saw one on Valley Road. Kim Howells was enjoying a walk through the woodland on her 15th birthday with her cousin Sophie Gwynne, eight, when they came across the animal lying beneath a tree. Bit of a shite hole if I'm honest, used to be a good area but has gone down hill over the last few years, I guess it's a typical ex-mining area although there are nice parts (luckily we live in one). I know ALeigh off here lives over Ross way and commutes, we're lucky to be accessible to Bristol, Cardiff and Brum. Terrified: Kim Howells, left, and Sophie Gwynne near the spot in the Forest of Dean where they saw the big cat they believe to have been a panther.