The Encyclopedia of Walt Disney's Animated Characters: From Mickey chuột to Hercules
by John Grant Walt Disney Character mô tả of Djali from "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" (1996)
Esmeralda's pet goat possesses human intelligence and a fierce loyalty to his owner. When she is persecuted bởi the two guards in the early đường phố, street sequence, it is Djali - before Phoebus intervenes - who initially almost sees them off, butting them with determined ferocity, even though he is a very small goat. He helps in other ways, most notably bởi assisting her in her oft-used disguise as a cowled male figure - he sits on her head with a pipe clutched between his teeth. A nice visual touch is that, just like Esmeralda, he has a large golden ring through one ear.
Like any other goat, he has an appetite for the strangest things - at one stage devouring most of the carved figurines dotted around Quasimodo's miniature model of Paris. Unlike any other goat (well, one assumes so), he is the target of the passions of a gargoyle.