Re(5): Summary of the facts in New England

300 Miles? That's quite the theory LOL. How about this theory to throw at that bad one, the cat had a bad nose? While John is indeed an expert, we don't need John to identify a cougar track, kill site, scat, or DNA. Those are pretty purported indeed. And again, we have the confirmed female in Vermont, which we refuse to throw out due to one off DNA test due to the presence of multiple other confirming evidence. So a theory like that long cat walk becomes truth with little evidence, but hard evidence cannot confirm a cat? Double standards being applied. I would consider Pomeroy's documentation from the 1940s and 1950s here in Western Massachusetts pretty solid. Add to that tracks, animal attacks with one confirmed as cougar by a veterinarian, and other evidence. You can only dismiss this so much for so long. The credibility of all the naysaying is zero in the western part of the state where they have been seen by people that are certainly qualified to identify them for generations. Including one that was a retired photographer for Mass Wildlife.


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