Primark has driven Harry Potter fans wild with the launch of its brand new range of Harry Potter themed pets.
The retailer, which recently announced a very unexpected collaboration with Greggs, shared a preview of the magical new range on Facebook earlier this week.
Sharing a photo of a dog bed, harness and leash set, feeding bowl and range of toys all sporting the classic Gryffindor colors of red and gold, Primark wrote: “Spoil your foursome friend legs with Harry Potter bed and accessories… Prices start from £5.
The Facebook post has already received over 2.1k likes and 8.4k comments from shoppers continuing to spoil their pets.
One social media user wrote: “Scruffy would look so good in these colors!!! »
Another commented: “My bunny Archie needs some accessories. I’m a Slytherin but with his bravery and his 110% taste for adventure this little rascal is a Gryffindor.
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Although a third asked, “Why is it always Gryffindor?” My dog is such a Hufflepuff.
Primark said that due to the popularity of its Harry Potter range of pets, stock and availability may be limited in some stores.
A spokesperson said: “The merchandise is very popular and we are doing our best to meet the demand. We encourage you to check with the store team for more information.
But let’s talk more about this Greggs collaboration; earlier this month, mannequins in the windows of a number of Primark stores were spotted with vegan sausage rolls and baked steaks as part of the displays, while a receipt discreetly showing items of the Greggs menu also appeared on Primark’s social media. canals.
Following these hints, the two retailers confirmed their somewhat unexpected partnership, sharing a video revealing a new line of clothing and a “Tasty by Greggs” cafe experience on their social media.
And last week Primark unveiled its new Greggs clothing line, featuring hoodies, sweatshirts, t-shirts, bucket hats, socks and sliders adorned with iconic Greggs branding and plenty of rolls of sausage.