Children’s Week Pets

There are currently ten Children’s Week mini pets available as quest rewards. Originally it was only possible to collect one pet per year but since the introduction of Outland and Northrend to the game we’re now able to complete each set of quests per year. Players can choose one of four companions for completing each series of quests in Azeroth and Outland, and one of two companions in Northrend. However, with the addition of account-wide pets in Mists, this will no longer be essential, if you’re a serious pet collector.

Azeroth

Mr Wiggles

Mr Wiggles

Scooter

Scooter

Speedy

Speedy

Whiskers the Rat

Whiskers the Rat

Outlands

Eggbert

Eggbert

Peanut

Peanut

Willy

Willy

Legs

Legs

Northrend

Oracle pet

Curious Oracle Hatchling

Curious pup

Curious Wolvar Pup

Pets Behaving Badly

It’s not always easy getting your pets to pose for a photo.

Some just can’t help themselves

Others may fall asleep at the most inopportune times…

Willy

If he’s not zapping critters, you’ll often find Willy sleeping on the job

Last year, while working on my Burgy Blackheart post, I was attempting to take an interesting shot of Burgy when this big fish came up behind me and tried to bite my head off… while Burgy himself was trying to decapitate me.

Cymre vs Burgy and humongous fish

Cymre vs Burgy and humongous fish

If you treat your pets well, it will feel like you’ve been bathed in a beam of warm holy and nature-based light, just like the Druid and Priest Statue Set.

Druid and Priest Statue Set

Just don’t get them wet or they’ll multiply.

Both items may be obtained through Archaeology.

But most importantly, don’t feed them after midnight, even if they beg. Otherwise this might happen…

He’s big ‘n hairy and out to get me

Follow these rules or you may have some Gremlins on your hands.

Oracle pet

Curious Oracle Hatchling

OK, random post out of the way now.

This is what happens when I have nothing to write about…

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