"But Sunstar! I do not want to be a royal! I hate it! I want to live a simple, normal life!" I spat, angered of what my father, Sunstar have given me.
I am Sunstar's kit, Soulkit. And as a leader's kit, I get full privileges of almost anything. I could order cats to clan my den, feed me, and anything that you could ever think of.
I don't like this go. I hate it. Laying down on the moss and feathered beddings doing nothing was horrible. I dreamt of being a great warrior, or even a wise medicine cat helping the clan survive. Instead, I'm am as born a royal.
My mother is Morningfrost, and she was really beautiful. She has deep blue eyes and a silver pelt. Unfortunately, I look completely like my father except for the two white tips at the tip of my ears, followed down from my mother's side.
I am a yellow she-cat with deep amber eyes. I don't like how I look.
Apprentices always try to impress me when I was down or lonely. They would always ask me if I needed any fresh-kill or anything, but I kindly refused every single one of their requests. Unlike them, Grasspaw was like a normal cat, he argues with me a lot, but I was happy he was like that.
"Hey! That's mine!" he growled as I quickly slid the pigeon to my paws.
"Really? Now it's mine!" I stuck out my tongue and giggled. He smirked and grabbed it back.
"Get your own. You have paws anyways." he meowed as he gently punched me and started to pluck out the feathers of the bird.
I slowly picked myself up, heading for the fresh-kill pile. I was glad to be with him. He doesn't feel like a mindless slave always clinging to my back.
A few moons pasted, and since then, I have always begged him to take me to another clan. I hated Thunderclan so much to do that.
"Why? I don't like Thunderclan! They feel like cloud-stuffed cats!" I spat. "I'm sure it's not like that in the other clans!"
His eyes narrowed. "And how are you sure?"
"Because I overheard a few cats chuckling about other clans not having a royal so they suck!" I growled. "I want to join Windclan!"
He made this weird look at me as if saying, "You are crazy."
"No. I'm not. I'm serious."