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Disney live action short cat or fox who loosed his foot

This was a live-action short (by Disney, I think) that I think may have been called "The Cat (or was it  a Fox?) Who Loosed His Foot" or something similar.  I saw it in the theater paired with Aristocats in 1981 (I think).  The plot was something about an animal (I think it was a wild cat of some sort, but maybe it was a fox) who got his foot stuck on a loaded wagon or something.

The movie stuck with me because as a kid I mis-read the title and thought it was the cat who "lost" his foot - and I kept waiting through the whole movie to find out how he lost his foot.  And my Disney-officianado husband doesn't believe me that there was such a movie :-)

I would like to confirm the title and any other info available.
asked Jan 4, 2015 in Name That Short by JessiJoW (1 point)
In 1979 they released a live action short called "Footloose Fox", could that be it? The disney timeline is below, as is the wiki for disney live action shorts. Hope this helps.

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Disney_live-action_shorts
http://kpolsson.com/disnehis/disn1979.htm
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