Brown, gold, and tan
When Tojo suffers a sprained ankle, he expresses doubt in the Great Spirit due to his frequent injuries. Simba suggests that the Great Spirit might have a purpose for Tojo's misfortune. Later, Tojo takes in and cares for a group of bird hatchlings.
Tojo is one of the cubs who listens to Mufasa as he talks about the Great Spirit. Tojo expresses doubt in the Great Spirit, claiming that he doesn't watch over him well, since he gets injured quite a bit and has a sprained ankle. Simba suggests that the Great Spirit might have a purpose for Tojo's injury.
Later, Simba takes on the role of "mother" for some orphaned blue birds. Tojo meets up with Simba and begins making wings out of leaves to teach the birds how to fly. Simba leaves Tojo alone with the birds while Tojo prepares the wings. Upon returning, Simba finds that Tojo has bonded with the birds and has made his own set of false wings, showing that the Great Spirit had a reason for Tojo's injury after all.
Tojo is a somewhat pessimistic cub, lamenting his tendency to be clumsy and get hurt. When in a good mood, though, he is goofy and willing to help.