The former you only get if you're a certain class: warlocks get demonic minions, hunters can train animals to be pets, death knights can get undead pets, and frost mages can get a water elemental as a pet.
But I have a feeling you're talking about so-called companion pets.
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To that end, the website Warcraft has a searchable database that gives all the details about the different companion pets. For human characters, there is a cat vendor between the starting zone and Stormwind (IIRC, and I haven't played in almost a year, so it may be gone with Cataclysm) The other answer is quite outdated.
Since the Mists of Pandaria expansion was released, which added "Battle Pet" functionality, and the Pet Journal screen.
In this desperate hour, you must also strike a forbidden pact with the outcast Demon Hunters of the Illidari, fel-twisted disciples of the dreaded Illidan the Betrayer.
There are two different types of pets: class pets and companion pets.
The distinction is usually reserved for extremely rare companion pets.
A full list of pets and where you can get them from is available at the Wo W Pet Database.
well, pet battles have no influence on your character or the world so the other answer still stands, they're vanity items.
IMO the entire "pet battle" thing is just an attempt to appeal to the pokemon crowd.
I know people query our data for things such as EQ-DKP modules, etc.
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