Pansy saw Percy's face and almost smiled. Yes, it had been against the rules, and yes, it had upset a number of people, but Pansy was very, very good at getting her way, and she hadn't been about to let those people tell her that Cass was going to die without moving heaven and earth to try to change it.
'I'll owl him when I get home,' she promised. 'And don't worry about the fee. I'll take care of it myself.' She reached out and put a finger against Percy's mouth lightly. 'Just let me do it. You're far too important a man to have time to listen to me nag, and in the end, I'll wear you down,' she advised him.