The Harry Potter universe is full of characters with disabilities, from Mad Eye Moody to Professor Lupin. Mad Eye Moody, a former Auror and one of the most powerful wizards in the world, lost an eye and a leg while fighting dark wizards. Despite his disability, he is still a formidable opponent and a loyal friend to Harry Potter.
Professor Lupin is another character with a disability. He is a werewolf, which presents challenges while trying to teach at Hogwarts, a boarding school for England’s young witches and wizards. Despite his disability, he is still a kind and wise teacher, and is beloved by his students.
The third character with a disability is Professor Snape. He is a half-blood wizard, meaning he is half-muggle and half-wizard. He is also a former Death Eater, which has caused him to be ostracized by the wizarding world. Despite his disability, he is still a powerful wizard and a loyal friend to Harry Potter.
Finally, there is Dobby the house-elf. Dobby is a free elf, but he is still treated as a slave by the wizarding world. He is a loyal friend to Harry Potter, and is always willing to help him in any way he can.
These characters with disabilities show that anyone can overcome their disability and still be a powerful and loyal friend. They also show that disabilities do not define a person, and that everyone should be treated with respect and kindness, regardless of their disability.