Observation of big cats: a motorist terrified after spotting a “black puma waiting to pounce” on M6 | United Kingdom | New


A man traveling the busy road reportedly saw the large creature, claiming that it was “waiting to pounce on something” in its terrifying tale. The sighting, occurring where the M6 ​​meets the M56 and the A50, was reported to Puma Watch by the motorist called Phil.

Puma Watch is an organization that closely monitors elusive creatures and raises awareness of all suspected big cat sightings.

Phil claimed he saw the creepy cat around 4 p.m. BST on Saturday.

The motorist told Cheshire Live he believed the beast was stalking sheep in the fields.

“I came out of the M6 ​​Lymm junction – I was heading north at that point,” Phil said.

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This encounter is only the latest of the mysterious big cats reported in the region.

In recent months, sightings of ‘growling and snarling’ big cats have been reported in Chester, Ellesmere Port, Warrington and Frodsham.

The Cheshire is known to be a hotspot for big cat sightings, with a group set up specifically to track reported sightings.

There have been reports of big cats in the UK for decades, with the majority of sightings clustered around the moors of Exmoor, Bodmin and Dartmoor, as well as West Wales and Scotland, according to bigcats.org.

Sightings in the East Midlands began in the 1990s around Rutland County, where Shell Lee and Bobby encountered the alleged big cat.


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