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Could we find a way to rewrite this article so that it sounds in-universe? I know it's necessary to mention that Mopsy is a cut character, but the possibility of her existence isn't completely wiped out. We just know that she never took in Sirius. --Parodist (Contact Me) 14:42, March 20, 2010 (UTC)
Yes, they have the same name, and yes, they do both like animals, but there is no explicit proof that "Mopsy" in Hogsmeade with all the dogs and "Mopsy Fleabert" the seemingly renowned author who has written more than one book, one copy of which resides in Gryffindor Tower. I think they should be on separate pages, but I wanted to ask first for others' opinions. --Hunnie Bunn (talk) 01:02, January 17, 2014 (UTC)
- It's exactly the same situation as "Archie" in GoF and Archie Aymslowe. Rowling uses a known very minor character's name, and gives it a (pun) surname referring to the only thing that that minor character is known for, a nudge, as it were, to indicate she's talking about the same person. -- 01:06, January 17, 2014 (UTC)