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"It was horrible," said Neville, in a higher voice than usual. "Did YOU feel how cold it got when it came in?"
"What's that?" said Hermione.
"Well," said Harry. "'Bye then!"
"Excellent!" said Harry happily. "So, have you got all your new books and stuff?"
There wasn't much room inside. Every inch of wall was hidden by cages. It was smelly and very noisy because the occupants Of these cages were all squeaking, squawking, jabbering, or hissing. The witch behind the counter was already advising a wizard on the care of double-ended newts, so Harry, Ron, and Hermione waited, examining the cages.
Fudge shuddered slightly.
Mr. Weasley kept close to Harry's elbow all the way into the station.
"What d'you mean?" said Ron.
"I'm dying!" Malfoy yelled as the class panicked. "I'm dying, look at me! It's killed me!"
"Neville?" he repeated, frowning. "This is Harry Potter."
"--makes no sense not to tell him," Mr. Weasley was saying heatedly. "Harry's got a right to know. I've tried to tell Fudge, but he insists on treating Harry like a child. He's thirteen years old and --"
Hermione, who disapproved of copying, pursed her lips but didn't say anything. Crookshanks was still staring unblinkingly at Ron, flicking the end of his bushy tail. Then, without warning, he pounced.
"Weasley, you heard Professor Snape; cut up these roots."
"I haven't touched it, all right?" Ron roared back.
Scabbers was looking thinner than usual, and there was a definite droop to his whiskers.
Talking excitedly, the class left the staffroom. Harry, however, wasn't feeling cheerful. Professor Lupin had deliberately stopped him from tackling the boggart. Why? Was it because he'd seen Harry collapse on the train, and thought he wasn't up to much? Had he thought Harry would pass out again?,