Reviewer: FaunaCaritas
Date: 07/15/06 1:11
Chapter: The Little Owl Who Believed

I loved this story. I will never think of Pig the same way again. The lovable feathery tennis ball has his own story! I'm sure he would be proud. It never ceases to amaze me what fan fic authors choose to write about. I can honestly say this is currently my favorite off-the-wall mini fic. You write well, and your style is endearing. Keep writting more stories like this please. I'd love to see a series about all the pets of our favorite characters (like Trevor, Crookshanks, Hedwig, and Ginny's pygmy puff what's-his-name.)

Anyway, good luck. Pax.

Author's Response: Wow, thank you. I've been taking a break for a while, but I'm currently working on a new fic that will be up soon, I hope. It's reviews like this that makes me want to write fanfiction. It always inspires me when someone leaves good reviews! Thank you, once again!

Reviewer: Caput Draconis
Date: 06/22/06 9:54
Chapter: The Little Owl Who Believed

Good job. This is a lovely one-shot about Pig and Sirius. Really liked it. Hope it does well in the challenge.

Reviewer: FeatherTrader
Date: 06/20/06 21:38
Chapter: The Little Owl Who Believed

Wonderful story of the future Pig. Or at least I'm assuming it's Pig. I like the moral of the story, how in the end the owl prevailed because he didn't give up and had the shop keeper's sympathy.

Also, I like how you had the man (Sirius?) think it over before committing to the owl. I can see a man-in-hiding doing that, especially Sirius. Very cute ending, it makes Pig seem so much more...daring? Wonderful one-shot.

Reviewer: FeatherTrader
Date: 06/20/06 21:36
Chapter: The Little Owl Who Believed

Wonderful story of the future Pig. Or at least I'm assuming it's Pig. I like the moral of the story, how in the end the owl prevailed because he didn't give up and had the shop keeper's sympathy.

Also, I like how you had the man (Sirius?) think it over before committing to the owl. I can see a man-in-hiding doing that, especially Sirius. Very cute ending, it makes Pig seem so much more...daring? Wonderful one-shot.

Author's Response: Yes this is the story of Pig and how Sirius found him. The moral came rather naturally without force, and I find that unforced ideas turn out better then forced ones, so I decided to write it for the challenge. Thanks so much for your review! -Bryant

Reviewer: Khrys
Date: 06/19/06 23:43
Chapter: The Little Owl Who Believed

What a great story. I love how you brought to life the story behind Pigwidgeon. Good Job!

Author's Response: Thank you so much!

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