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I'm not sure either, but as John's said "It's likely to be this, but I can't be certain", I've agreed! Looks to have quite a pink nose, and dark fur doesn't reach nose so more likely to be a hybrid I think.
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Given there are no wild polecats in Watford - it will be a polecat ferret which is domesticated polecat (someone probably lost it down a rabbit hole)
Waterford not Watford:-), but Andy's point still stands - I hadn't looked at the location, and there are no polecat records in Ireland so this must be a ferret (not long since descended from a polecat by the looks of the markings though!).
Lat/Lng: 52.318, -7.744
OS grid ref: SL087844