Saturday, 26 July 2014

NEWSLINK: African wildcat on the loose in Surrey is found after tiny house cat corners it in her back garden territory letting police swoop to trap the 'savannah stalker' (VIA NIGEL WRIGHT)

An African wildcat that was at the centre of a police search after it escaped whilst its owners were on holiday was caught after it was corned by a tiny house cat in the back of a neighbours garden, say police.

The African wildcat was spotted by a neighbour in their garden late last night, close to where the cat had first gone missing near where its owners lived.

A neighbour saw their own tiny house cat challenge the big African cat which had been described as 'dangerous', but both were equally scared of one another.
Safari time in suburbia: The escaped serval pads past the shrubbery and climbing frame in a Surrey garden yesterday
Safari time in suburbia: The escaped serval pads past the shrubbery and climbing frame in a Surrey garden yesterday


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2706274/African-wild-cat-loose-SURREY-Police-hunt-savannah-stalker-seen-prowling-gardens-stockbroker-belt.html#ixzz38Zb9nMpm
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