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The Cat and the Rooster

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The Cat and the Rooster

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A Cat caught a Rooster, and pondered how he might find a reasonable excuse for eating the Rooster.

The Cat accused the Rooster of being a nuisance to people by crowing in the night time and not permitting them to sleep. The Rooster defended himself by saying that he did this for the benefit of people, that they might rise in time for work.

The Cat replied, “Although you have many excuses, I shall not remain supperless”; and he made a meal of him.

Moral: It doesn’t matter what you say to an evil person: they will still do evil.

There are currently 5 suggested morals for “The Cat and the Rooster”

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  1. 1 On October 20th, 2010, A random person said:

    Evil knows no restraint

  2. 2 On January 18th, 2012, Morris said:

    Cats really like chicken

  3. 3 On August 24th, 2012, Hailey said:

    Evil is determined on fowl play even when it is in disguise.

  4. 4 On April 15th, 2014, Anonymous said:

    When you want to do wrong, the excuse is never lacking.

  5. 5 On December 5th, 2015, Jabr Alnoaimi said:

    It is easy to rationalise and make reality fit our emotions.

    And another one;

    Our declared reason is often only a retrofit to what we originally want.

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