WELL I WILL ADD THIS LITTE FELLOW TO MY PRIVATE ZOO
TOTO IN THE LITTLE CLOSET OPENING
TOTO IN SERVANT'S QUATERS
THIS STUPID MONKEY IS RUINING OUR SLEEP...
THE TONGA DRIVER UDED TO KEEP THE LITTLE RED MONKEY TIED TO A FEEDING-TROUGH,AND THE MONKEY LOOKED SO OUT OF PLACE THERE THAT GRANDFATHER DECIDED HE WOULD ADD THE LITTLE FELLOW TO HIS PRIVATE ZOO
TOTO'S JOURNEY TO SAHARANPUR
“What must I pay for this, sinceyou charge for all animals?”
, “Sir, you have a dog with you. You’ll have to pay for it accordingly.”
A few hours later, when Grandfather and I came back torelease Toto, we found that the walls, which had been coveredwith some ornamental paper chosen by Grandfather, now stoodout as naked brick and plaster. The peg in the wall had beenwrenched from its socket, and my school blazer, which had beenhanging there, was in shreds.
a tortoise, apair of rabbits, a tame squirrel and, for a while, my pet goat. Butthe monkey wouldn’t allow any of his companions to sleep atnight;
Toto could not get his hands through the opening, and the canvaswas too strong for him to bite his way through. His efforts to getout only had the effect of making the bag roll about on the flooror occasionally jump into the air — an exhibition that attracted acurious crowd of onlookers on the Dehra Dun railway platform.Toto remained in the bag as far as Saharanpur, but whileGrandfather was producing his ticket at the railway turnstile,Toto suddenly poked his head out of the bag and gave the ticketcollector a wide grin.