Taken in Snodland, Kent (UK), earlier this year, it depicts what appears to be a dark, mid-sized felid (NOT a big cat in the proper sense), though the lack of any adequate scale makes its size difficult to judge. Is it just a domestic cat? I want to say that it is, but it just ‘looks’ larger and more robust, and with chunkier limbs. Superficially, it recalls an African golden cat Profelis aurata, and Loren Coleman has already suggested this (it wouldn’t be a big deal if it was, as all manner of exotic felids have escaped and lived wild in the British countryside). Local sightings have described a grey, fox-sized cat, and this might be the same animal. Neil Arnold (of Kent Big Cat Research) has suggested that it might be a jaguarundi, but these have proportionally shorter, slimmer limbs, and a longer tail, so I don’t agree. What do you think?