Yes, I'm finally done. The Minipets Database is LIVE!
This is an alphabetical listing of all the pets currently available in game (and those that will be available when pet battles go live in Pandaria). This includes balloons and kites (which can't battle, but are included for completists everywhere), plus some pets that have been removed since the last beta build. There is also a spot for Jacob the Test Seagull because I didn't have the heart to delete him and I hope, maybe one day, he will return in some form. That means, as it stands, it's a list of 504 pets. However, you only get to have 500 maximum in game, so DON'T PANIC!
In time I will update this database with co-ordinates and pictures of EVERY pet I capture, thus building a complete picture of where to find what in Azeroth and beyond. This also shows (as of right now) which pets will be tradeable and which pets will be classified as Rare (giving an increase to HP and Speed) Please note, this information is NOT confirmed and is subject to change on Expansion release. As soon as I have confirmed details on Rares and trades staus, it will go into the database.
I intend to keep this list as current as possible, so please check back often. The site has it's own URL (http://www.petbattles.net/) for your browsing convenience but you can also access it via the graphic at the top right of my webpage here or via the special Pet Battle page I've set up (link also on the right of the homepage) There will also be, in time, a map of all zones and the level pets you will find in them, plus a list of all the Master Pet Battlers and their locations, plus which pets they will put up against you in their fights!
I'm looking forward to lots of people pointing out mistakes and corrections to be made (as its just been me working on this for the best part of two months on the data entry side) Please feel free to message me on twitter (@AlternativeChat) or leave notes in the comments if you see summat that needs fixing. I'll be right on it!
Finally a huge thanks must go to @caerphoto (Andy) on Twitter whose coding makes this whole thing look wonderfully professional and without whom this entire exercise would never have happened at all. Thank you, Andy!