|“||Leo: Did I ever tell you about the time my great-grandfather chased a herd of elephants?
Boga: About a hundred times!
Boga lived in the Pride Lands. She was a member of Simba's pride.
Encounter with Kopa
When Kopa, the son of Simba, went looking for his father, he found Boga resting beneath a clump of acacia trees with Babu, Leo, Mega, Ngawa, and Sabini. Leo asked the others if they had ever heard the story of how his great-grandfather had chased a herd of elephants, and Boga groaned, replying, "About a hundred times!" S/he later laughed alongside the others at Kopa's misinterpretation of family trees.
Personality and traits
Boga is quite direct and straightforward, as s/he expressed annoyance at Leo's boasts about his family tree.
- Boga's name means "pumpkin" in Swahili.
- Though Boga is pictured, it is unknown whether s/he is the cub behind the tree, the cub laughing on his/her back, or the lioness resting in the grass. All other members (save Babu and Sabini) are accounted for in the narrative.