Hard working cats are hard to come by but I found one when i was in Dallas the other day and saw a cat playin hard at the rodeo with the other clowns and cowboys in the ring running around and cleaning up dazed cowboys and giving them medicine because the bulls had horns and they used them very well and then there was this cat that couldn't get hit by any bull and did flips and moved like lightning and would always help fallen people who were screaming when it all went wrong and this cat worked his magic and did very well and always left the arena later that night with lots of friends who were wearing a t-shirt with his picture on it because it made them happy to have his face close to their chests so be sure to buy one for yourselfs and have a warm chest too.
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A cowgirl is the female equivalent of a cowboy.The history of women in the west, and women who worked on cattle ranches in particular, is not as well documented as that of men. However, institutions such as the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame have made significant efforts in recent years to gather and document the contributions of women. There are few records mentioning girls or women working to drive cattle up the cattle trails of the Old West. However women did considerable ranch work, and in some cases (especially when the men went to war or on long cattle drives) ran them. There is little doubt that women, particularly the wives and daughters of men who owned small ranches and could not afford to hire large numbers of outside laborers, worked side by side with men and thus needed to ride horses and be able to perform related tasks. The largely undocumented contributions of women to the west were acknowledged in law; the western states led the United States in granting women the right to vote, beginning with Wyoming in 1869. Early photographers such as Evelyn Cameron documented the life of working ranch women and cowgirls during the late 19th and early 20th century.
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