"Harry Potter". What animal did Ron Weasley have in J. Rowling's novels?
Ron Weasley first had a rat, and then an owl. Although I like rodents, I still prefer a bird like an owl. Her expressive and attentive gaze fascinates. In this bird there is something that others do not have.
Ron Weasley one of the main characters of Harry Potter was a scab rat, which later turned out to be Peter Pedigrew the man who betrayed Harry Potter's parents (gave out their shelter Volan de Mort)
Ron Weasley in a series of Harry Potter novels J. Rowling had several magical animals.
At first it was a rat Scab, which he inherited from his older brother Percy and who later turned out to be the Animagus Peter Pettigrew (nicknamed "Tail").
After his transformation into a man, Ron was left without a pet. Came to replace him Sychik - a small owl from the Scoop family, which brought a letter from Harry Potter's godfather - Sirius Black.
So Ron Weasley had animals: a rat and an owl.
In the first three parts of the Harry Potter films and books, Ron Weasley's pet was a rat named Karosta (in some book translations - Wormtail), which used to belong to his brother Percy, she was very old and shabby. The rat played a key role in the third part of "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban", when it becomes clear that the beauties are Peter Pettigrew, an unregistered Animagus who betrayed his friends and escaped justice in a similar way.
At the end of the 3 part, when the friends were driving home, Harry received a letter from Sirius, which was brought by the little owl Sychik (in some translations of Swinrinstel), Sirius in a letter gives owl to Ron.
I also remember an owl of the Weasley family named Earl (I do not remember if she was in the films, but was present in the books) - very old, often fell, flew to the wrong place.