Hello, Professor Hagrid. As a Muggle-born, I do not know much about the Wizarding World. While I have many questions I would like to ask, here is the one I’ve selected: Are there wizard veterinarians? I know this is sort of your job at Hogwarts, but what about outside of there? Surely, all wizards all over the world need some sort of care for their Hippogriffs and Phoenixes… If there are wizard vets, how would one go about training to become one? Is there a specific school for becoming a wizard vet? Oh, and I’m hungry for details – how does one examine a Phoenix, which is hot with flames? Or how do they protect a Unicorn during surgery from (literally) bloodthirsty people? I hope this letter finds you well, and please respond as soon as possible. Sincerely, Roaring Ravenclaw
Thu, Jan 28
Lee Ingleby's birthday
Sat, Jan 30
- Lily Potter's birthday
Mon, Feb 1
Harry's first Apparition lesson
Wed, Feb 3
Alan Rickman's Memorial Service 2016
At West London Crematorium at Kensal Green at 11:15am, 2016.
Warwick Davis's birthday
Filius Flitwick; Griphook (DH1, DH2)
- “She’s been breaking into your broom shed in the garden since the age of six and taking each of your brooms out in turn when you weren’t looking.”
- September 7, 2005 – Harry Potter special edition iPod and first ever digital audiobooks released on iTunes.
Did You Know
- Demelza Robins, the Gryffindor Chaser in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, is named after Daniel Radcliffe’s favorite charity: the Demelza House Children’s Hospice, which cares for terminally ill youngsters in Kent, East Sussex, and South London.