Cute! A nice happy little background story. I'll admit, I don't like weasels, but I like Weasleys! The names match, and so the imagery works. The animals obviously were influenced by the magic of Hogwarts (or something else) since wild animals don't behave that way. I thought that was an interesting pivot point for the story. It seems like Patronuses are heavily influenced by one's friendships/fears/etc. because Harry's is his father in Animagus form and Cho's is a swan-- a creature famous for mourning and never mating again if it loses its partner.
Anyway, good job .....and thanks. ;-)
Author's Response: Hey Pax!
You know I just adore your reviews, right? This one I'm adding to my little collection! Haha, totally kidding. You know, I think you know the way my stories work perfectly. You always read them how I want my readers to understand them. And for that, you, along with Lindsey and Kelsey (my betas) aremy favourite person on MNFF!
cute story. I always wondered why Hermione's patronus is an otter. It suddenly hit me while reading this story. The otter is part of the weasel family and she feels safest around Ron (a Weasly/weasel). I always have felt that a patronus is a protector of sorts. Very good story. Sorry about the ramble.
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aw! That was so cute! Robbie Weasel- that's an awesome name. Ron was well characterized in this, as was Hermione. I loved the little otter, as well. I'd be interested to see how the weasel protects Ron, though. Good luck!
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I like it good job!!! Keep it up!!
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That was so good!!! I love the Ron/Hermione memory!
Author's Response: Eeekk! Thanks very much! You are my first reviewer. You deserve a huggle! =P *huggles*