WOULD YOU RATHER… have a pet Kneazle or a Niffler? Let us know with #MNWYR
Before you answer, consider the following:
KNEAZLE: A magical feline creature related to a cat. Spotted, speckled, or flecked fur. Large ears. A tail like a lion. Highly intelligent, independent, and occasionally aggressive. Able to detect suspicious and distrustful people. Able to safely guide owners home. Read more on Harry Potter Wiki.
- As long as they are around, you’ll find your way home.
- If there is, say, a Death Eater disguised as a rat nearby, they’ll take care of him.
- Easy to take care of because they are so independent.
- Breeding part-Kneazles is a way to make a living (As evidenced by Mrs. Figg).
- They are very independent, so they may not be around all the time.
- They have a class XXX classification and require a license to own, unless they are only part-Kneazle, like Crookshanks.
- They can be aggressive if they do not like you.
- Though their whiskers can be used as wand cores, they make inferior wands.
NIFFLER: A treasure-hunting creature with a long narrow snout. Attracted to shiny things. Gentle and can be affectionate. Live 20 feet below the ground in lairs. Read more on Harry Potter Wiki.
- A pet that fetches treasure.
- They are affectionate and cute, I think.
- You’ll never lose your earrings or watch again!
- They could also be a good way to make an income if you come across buried treasure or the like.
- If you’re wearing anything shiny, they might bite.
- They may destroy the yard.
- You may not lose your earrings; they just might become your Niffler’s play toy… 20 feet below the surface.
- They could cost a whole lot of money in fines when they destroy the neighbor’s property. Then again, you’ll be rolling in gold, so what’s a fine or two?
There you have it, so WOULD YOU RATHER… have a pet Kneazle or a Niffler? Respond in the discussion section or via Twitter with #MNWYR.