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Through her tears, Nanny Cook started towards the park. She could now see Mrs. Dearly, Nanny Butler, and the three dogs, who had just turned for home. It seemed a strange and terrible thing that they could be strolling along so happily, when every step brought them nearer to such dreadful news. As they came across the Outer Circle, Nanny Cook ran to meet them—crying so much that Mrs. Dearly found it hard to understand what had happened. The dogs heard the word “puppies,” saw Nanny Cook’s tears, and rushed down to the area.
The Hundred And One Dalmatians 33 No good news came during the day, but the Dearlys were surprised and relieved to find that the dogs ate well. ”) And there was an even greater surprise in the afternoon. Pongo and Missis showed very plainly that they wanted to take the Dearlys for a walk. Perdita did not. She was determined to stay at home in case any pup returned and was in need of a wash. Cold weather had come at last—Christmas was only a week away. “Missis must wear her coat,” said Mrs. Dearly.
She wailed. “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.