Ginny was holding Shadow and telling him not to worry about her. Neville was worried about her; he could see the wounds that Amycus Carrow had inflicted upon her before Snape had got to the Quidditch Pitch. It was surreal, how elements from "Seventh Year," as he euphemistically thought of the occupation of Hogwarts, kept creeping into his dreams to blend with his reality.
It hurt, how much he missed Ginny, how confused Harry was, and how worried the Weasleys were.
But it was a comfort, having Shadow and the now very pregnant Queenie keep his feet warm at night.