An enormous cat found within the London backyard might “keep alive by feeding on pets”.


A suspected big cat discovered in a London garden could stay alive by feeding on pets, according to a neighbor who claims it killed her kitten.

The creature caused armed police to dive this week after it was discovered on London’s Billionaire’s Row.

The search for the “Beast of Billionaire’s Row” has been suspended as police said it would not pose a threat to the public.

However, Kate Blackmore, who lives in nearby Highgate, believes the beast has been terrorizing the affluent area of ​​north London for eight months and is likely living in empty mansions on one of the UK’s most exclusive streets.

She suspects that the Savannah hybrid is a stray that likely exhausted the owner with his “hyperactive” personality.

Kate, 35, who owns two Bengal cats, believes the big animal will likely live in abandoned mansions on Bishops Avenue in north London known as the “billionaires row”.

Ms. Blackmore, a PA, told SWNS she was “1,000 percent convinced” that it was the same big cat that made headlines last September for “terrorizing” a mother from Hampstead.

The suspected big cat was spotted in a London garden this week

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She said she was certain the savannah killed her kitten as well as three pigeons that were left in her garden.

Extremely rare first generation Savannah hybrids – known as “F1s” – can sell for £ 5,000 and require a special license.

The second and third generation, while still extremely expensive and costing thousands, do not require a license and have become increasingly popular on social media platforms like Instagram.

Savannah cats are characterized by large bodies, long necks, triangular heads, and wide ears.

A first generation is a cross between a domestic cat and an African serval, and in each subsequent generation the serval is reduced.

Police say the search was canceled after a “visual assessment”. It is not dangerous and not a threat to the public. The owner of the cat has yet to step forward.

But Ms. Blackmore said, “This Savannah cat has been missing since September. Anyone who says it was an escape recently speaks of utter rubbish.

Kate Blackmore claims this cat she saw in 2019 is the same one spotted this week

“We had 10 visits from the Savannah cat. It scared one of my kittens. That was three months ago and the kitten didn’t come back.

“Eight weeks later, the kitten was found dead on the street. I’ve been looking for the Savannah cat for months. It’s terrorizing the neighborhood.

“I posted 1,500 posters around the area looking for my kitten and knocked on every door in Hampstead and Highgate.”

She added, “I gave up, but there was a helicopter hovering over me at 10pm on Monday night. I thought it was a break-in. We have them here a lot because of all the mansions.

“I’m a cat lover and I just want it to be safe. It’s not dangerous, but it terrorizes local pets. Because of the Covid, everyone in their life has been so busy they don’t even notice.”

“Now it’s actually in their gardens, I’m not surprised it was discovered. I work from home so I’ve seen it a couple of times.”

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She said, “I can see the cat from a mile away. It’s only thinner and bigger because it’s wild. When I read in the papers that the armed police came out, I thought, have you got a laugh?” I can.” I don’t think how far it will go. All they need is a massive cage and a little patience.

“It’s not fatal or dangerous. I think it’s an F1, but I can’t be 100 percent. I’m really excited about having this cat rehabilitated. My husband and I are concerned about the safety of my cats.

“I want to snap it up and pick it up again. I think someone has one and thinks they want a designer cat. They are really hyperactive and they will jump. The height they can jump is insane.

“I’m sure it lives in the abandoned houses on Bishops Avenue. A lot of the mansions in this area are empty. I’m sure there will be a field day when the life of luxury is lived. I’m surprised that it is no bigger than it is now. “

She added, “I am 1000% sure it killed my kitten, so you can understand my anger towards the cat. It could kill other people’s pets. We have three dead pigeons in our yard.”