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    This was a while back, when one day Roy Rogers was riding around his property when this cougar jumped in front of the path and startled poor old Trigger. Roy kicked at the cougar to get it to fall back but it ripped up his best boots. Roy figured it was rabid and just mean and rode back to get his shotgun. When he got back home Dale asked where his boot were. Roy muttered a few things he would never say in the movies, got his gun, and told Dale he had a cougar to finish off. Half hour later he found the cougar where he left it and (BAM) finished it off. He packed the cougar on the back of Trigger and started home. When he got close enough home the Dale could see him, she ran outside and sang":

    Pardon me Roy, It that the cat that chewed your new shoes?"
    Last edited by DaveVanEss; 02-12-2018, 07:57 AM.

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    No, to keep the spirit of the old song its “ Is that the cat that chewed your new shoes?” Gotta be old to get that one.
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