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Ex-Para Encounters Cliff Top Werewolf
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RE: Ex-Para Encounters Cliff Top Werewolf
Why are there never Werecats reported?Scratchinghead

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A werecat (also written in a hyphenated form as were-cat) is an analogy to "werewolf" for a feline therianthropic creature.

European folklore usually depicts werecats as people who transform into domestic cats. Some European werecats became giant domestic cats[5] or panthers. They are generally labelled witches, even though they may have no magical ability other than self-transformation.[6] During the witch trials[which?], all shapeshifters, including werewolves, were considered witches whether they were male or female.[7]

African legends describe werelions, werepanthers or wereleopards. In the case of leopards, this is often because the creature is really a leopard deity masquerading as a human. When these gods mate with humans, offspring can be produced, and these children sometimes grow up to be shapeshifters; those who don't transform may instead have other powers. In reference to werecats who turn into lions, the ability is often associated with royalty. Such a being may have been a king or queen in a former life.[8]

In Africa, there are folk tales that speak of the "Nunda," or the "Mngwa," a big cat of immense size that stalks villages at night. Many of these tales say it is more ferocious than a Lion and more agile than a Leopard. The Nunda are believed by some to be a variation of therianthrope that, by day, is a human, but by night becomes the werecat. No actual evidence of such a creature existing has ever been documented, but in 1938 a British Explorer named William Hichens, working in Tanzania, was told by locals that a monstrous cat had been attacking people at night. Huge paw prints were found to be much larger than any known big-cat, but Hichens dismissed the case, believing it more likely to be a lion with gigantism.

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RE: Ex-Para Encounters Cliff Top Werewolf
Coward he didn't get there on the full moon!chuckle

Probably some campers on shroom that saw a sheepRofl

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RE: Ex-Para Encounters Cliff Top Werewolf
One person thought it was a hyena. Why not a were-hyena?
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