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Animal welfare officers from Pembrokeshire County Council are investigating a second sighting of a big cat in the Johnston area.
The panther-like animal was spotted over the weekend by a husband and wife who live in the village but who do not want to be named.
They described the animal as black, between four to five feet long with a curled tail and they watched it for several minutes.
Animal welfare officers have visited the scene to discover if it left tracks which could lead to its identification.
Source: News Wales – read the whole story.