The Grasshopper is profound for its symbolism, one of immortality dating back to ancient Greek mythology when Zeus granted immortality to Tithonus, who was later transformed into a grasshopper. Greeks covered themselves with golden grasshoppers for good luck and as a sign of nobility.
What's Your Patronus? I got an otter - You’re the “smart one” among your group of friends and you’ll do anything for the people you love, even if it means getting into trouble. You’re a realist and appreciate a good book filled with knowledge and facts. Your Patronus takes the form of an otter, the same as Hermione Granger. 10 points for Gryffindor!
"'But I don’t care either, I don’t care!' said Tonks, seizing the front of Lupin’s robes and shaking them. 'I’ve told you a million times….' And the meaning of Tonk’s Patronus and her mouse-colored hair, and the reason she had come running to find Dumbledore when she had heard a rumor someone had been attacked by Greyback, all suddenly became clear to Harry; it had not been Sirius that Tonks had fallen in love with after all." This image drawn by Burdge.