Probably getting her owl They made their way back up the crowded street to the Magical Menagerie.
But Harry, remembering what the woman at the Magical Menagerie had said about rats living only three years, couldn’t help feeling that unless Scabbers had powers he had never revealed, he was reaching the end of his life.
Hermione, meanwhile, maintained fiercely that Ron had no proof that Crookshanks had eaten Scabbers, that the ginger hairs might have been there since Christmas, and that Ron had been prejudiced against her cat ever since Crookshanks had landed on Ron’s head in the Magical Menagerie.
You could see if they’ve got anything for Scabbers, and Hermione can get her owl," So they paid for their ice cream and crossed the street to the Magical Menagerie.
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