Harry Potter Pets, Ranked From Cute To 'We Want That One'
The only kind of problem we want to have right now is the problem of having to choose a pet for our first year at Hogwarts.
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter is not only filled with enchanting spells and captivating characters but also a wide variety of fascinating creatures.
From the faithful Hedwig to the eccentric Crookshanks, here is a ranking of the most beloved Harry Potter pets that have captured the hearts of Potterheads around the world.
5. Fawkes the Phoenix
Dumbledore's faithful phoenix companion, Fawkes' striking red and gold plumage symbolizes hope and strength. With impressive abilities and a deep bond with Dumbledore, Fawkes is an inspiration of courage and a friend's appearance in times of need.
4. Crookshanks the Half-Kneazle
Hermione Granger's intelligent and fiercely independent pet, Crookshanks is no ordinary cat. Part Kneazle, Crookshanks possesses extraordinary abilities such as the ability to sense danger and detect untrustworthy individuals. His playful yet cunning nature adds a fascinating dynamic to his and Hermione's duo.
3. Buckbeak the Hippogriff
With his impressive wings and powerful claws, this half-eagle and half-horse creature has served as a loyal companion to Hagrid and a valuable ally to Harry and his friends.
Buckbeak's appearance and abilities also left a lasting impression on fans, symbolizing the importance of treating magical creatures with kindness and respect.
2. Fang the Boarhound
Hagrid's loyal and gentle companion, Fang is a massive boar hound who has captured the hearts of both the characters and the readers.
Despite his intimidating size, Fang is known for his gentle nature and unwavering loyalty, comforting and accompanying Hagrid on his adventures. And what do they say about the resemblance between pets and their owners?
1. Hedwig the Snowy Owl
Gifted to Harry by Hagrid on his eleventh birthday, Hedwig becomes his faithful friend throughout the series. With her striking appearance and ability to deliver letters and messages, Hedwig serves as Harry's link to the Wizarding world and a symbol of a long-lasting friendship that always feels like home.