Weird News Rare Bobcat Sighting in Waterford by Ray Bendici August 20, 2009 written by Ray Bendici 2 comments 0 FacebookTwitterEmail Since there’s interest in mountain lions and bobcats on this site, there’s a great picture of a bobcat in this story — and it’s easy to see that under less-than-ideal lighting conditions, one could be mistaken for the other. [August 20, 2009] A bobcat — an elusive creature not known to be in great numbers in the southeastern part of the state — was spotted and photographed in Waterford … Source: New London Day You may also like Local Professor Involved in Hunt for Atlantis ConnectiCon This Weekend Sheep Carcases Found in Middletown 2 comments Steve August 20, 2009 - 10:58 am I dont think it could be mistaken for a mountain lion – About twice the size of the average house cat, adult bobcats weigh an average of 20 to 25 pounds, but sometimes are as large as 40 pounds. They are about 2½ to 3 feet long. Although the guy who took the picture says it was about the size of a german shepard- that would make it twice as big(or bigger) then the high side of a bob cat at 40lbs. marcie`` February 9, 2011 - 11:16 pm We spoted a bob cat in our back yard in Pawcatuck, Ct. walking through the woods, Comments are closed.