February 11. Redbull jumped in glee and flapped his wings up and down. B
As he was doing this, Redbull saw the Chowdhury’s youngest son, Vipul, walking towards them.
But that’s Vipul, the Chowdhury’s youngest son. I am sure he’s seen me and is coming this way to catch me! I should get out of his way. B
Go and hide behind that huge banyan tree: I doubt if he’ll find you there, suggested Mogs.
Redbull scurried and hid behind the banyan tree and observed Vipul walking away. Sugar and his three friends helped by barking at Vipul who hurried his pace as he was petrified of dogs. B
Once Redbull had emerged from his hiding, he complained: I’m sure Vipul or one of the Chowdhury’s will spot me some day and come after me. But I can also run very fast and outdo them. Let them try. I’ll teach them what it feels to slaughter a living being. Are you vegetarian or non-vegetarian?
We eat what we get. There’s no way we can be choosers. There is also this lady who lives in the building across the Chowdhury’s—She brings us food every day. It’s simple dal chawal but we know we’re getting that food without fail. It’s been two years since and, except when she is travelling, she down here personally to give us the food. B
Does it mean you don’t get any food when she is traveling?
One of her staff comes and feeds us when she’s not there. B