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It was overgrown with weeds, and it went on so long that she began to wonder if it really did lead to a house. Indeed, it was now so wild and neglected that it seemed more like a path through a wood than the approach to a house. And it was so strangely silent; never in her life had Missis felt quite so alone. More and more frightened, she ran round one more bend—and suddenly she was out in the open, with the house in front of her. It was very old, built of mellow red brick, like the archway, with many little diamond-paned windows and one great window that reached almost to the roof.

We are illegal. ” “And a good thing, too,” said Pongo, “for a dog can be grabbed by the collar. ” He had noticed that she was shivering again—though this time it was because she had been scared by the policeman. The Hundred And One Dalmatians 42 “I don’t,” said Missis bravely. “For if I wore a coat, how should I know how cold the puppies were? They have no coats. Oh, Pongo, how can they make the journey from Suffolk in such wintry weather? ” “They may not have to make the journey yet,” said Pongo.

By now she had made a large hole in the haystack. Pongo looked at it longingly. But no! He could not let her go alone. He struggled to his feet, wincing with pain, and said, “I must come with you to find food. ” cried Missis, horrified. “Remember he is only a very young human. All very young creatures are ignorantly cruel—often our dear puppies hurt me badly, not knowing they were doing so. To bite a human is the greatest crime a dog can commit. You shall not let that cruel, thoughtless child put such a sin on your conscience.

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