Harry Potter’s Fur-ocious Fans
From rabid readers to Hogwarts hopefuls, these cats and canines have fallen under the boy wizard’s spell
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If only the invisibility cloak had been available …
No one gets a hand on Harry Potter without going through this pretty kitty first.
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Forget Lord of the Rings! For this fantastical feline, it’s Harry Potter who’s the “precious” one.
Uh-oh, looks like Coco Crispy could use an Oculus Reparo spell to fix his glasses!
“Hey, no spoilers! I’m reading here!”
Adorable or not, even Barkley needs to provide a password before gaining entry to the Gryffindor common room.
At 784 pages, who wouldn’t need a catnap to finish Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows?
Better have a flute handy or no one will get past this three-headed beast.
It’s hard to get started when you know it’s the beginning of the end.