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Topic - Donna Duke
An Indiana couple got the surprise of their lives recently when they found out the bobcat they shot in their backyard was really a leopard.
Ms. Duke said her friend told her that she and her boyfriend, who also wished to remain anonymous, took turns watching the area from the roof every night.
Sometime late Thursday night or early Friday morning, Ms. Duke said her friend's boyfriend spotted the cat and shot it.