Re(4): Blackstone, MA

Length of tail would be key. Size of animal could be attributed to being a juvenile. A long tail would definately indicate Mountain Lion.Please let us know what you saw of the tail. I am particularly interested b/c my daughter lives on the Bellingham line close to Blackstone. Plenty of deer and woods around her and she takes a daily walk with her newborn baby.Would love to know they are in our area, but maybe she needs to walk prepared to have a run in with one....Hopefully and most likely it would run away.Thanks for posting! Cici

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