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Dearly had put in his largest advertisement yet—with a photograph of Pongo and Missis (taken during the joint honeymoon). Pongo’s heart sank, for he felt the route planned for them was no longer safe. It led through many villages, where even by night they The Hundred And One Dalmatians 47 might be noticed—unless they waited till all humans had gone to bed, which would waste too much time. ” “But you’ll get lost,” said the Retriever’s wife. “Pongo never loses his way,” said Missis proudly. “And the moon will be nearly full,” said the Retriever.
And then Sir Charles offered the Spaniel a silver bowl of tea. This was put down so close to the edge of the screen that Pongo and Missis The Hundred And One Dalmatians 59 were able to drink some while Sir Charles was looking the other way. When he saw the bowl empty, he filled it again and again so everyone had enough. Pongo and Missis had always had splendid food, but they had never before had hot buttered toast and sweet milky tea. It was a meal they always remembered. At last Sir Charles rose stiffly, put another log on the fire, and then settled back in his chair and closed his eyes.
Beyond this, there seemed nothing he or Mrs. Dearly could do except try to comfort each other and comfort the Nannies and the dogs. Soon the Nannies stopped crying and joined in the comforting, and prepared beautiful meals which nobody felt like eating. And at last night fell on the stricken household. The Hundred And One Dalmatians 32 Worn out, the three dogs lay in their baskets in front of the kitchen fire. “Think of my baby Cadpig in a sack,” said Missis with a sob. “Her big brother Patch will take care of her,” said Pongo soothingly—though he felt most unsoothed himself.