Together, Milo and Kiki blew into the balloons and inflated them. When they had enough, Milo asked Kiki to hold the four ropes together while he tied the balloons to them. He then sat inside the cup and asked Kiki to let go of the ropes.
Golu finds his happiness despite his disability, which he did. He targeted on not winning any racing competition but on enjoying the feeling of running. He didn't want to feel sorry for himself; he rather just wanted to run in the playground.
Once Tiblu came to know that a mountaineering camp was being organised in the nearby jungle. So he told his mother that he wanted to go. The Blue Mountain was not too far from Champakvan, and was a well known place for adventure trips.
Ratu, the mouse loved to draw and paint. His two best friends were his brush and his set of paints. The only animal in the entire forest who appreciated Ratu's drawing and painting was old Lambu, the monkey, who was a painter himself.