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How to Annoy the Clans

By Shadedleaf

Humor / Fantasy

Chapter 1

Shade, a dappled golden and brown tabby was restless. All she ever did all day was lounge around in her twolegs' nest. This she-cat wanted a change, something new to occupy her time. She could go outside and try to catch a mouse. Nah, mice didn't taste good. She could go steal her twolegs' cake that was sitting on the counter top. No. Shade decided to take a walk outside to get her thoughts flowing. That's when she ran into one of them. A clan cat. Her kittypet friend next door had told her all about the cats living in clans around the lake.

The bushes rustled all around Shade. She knew it wasn't the wind. A gray tom sprang at her. Shade was caught off guard and was pinned to the ground.

The gray cat snarled and meowed, "What are you doing on Thunderclan territory?!"

"I..I really don't know. What's Thunderclan?"

"Stop playing dumb I'll take you to our camp."

"But what did I do," Shade wailed.

Just then a cat soared above their heads. Rainbows were streaming out of its butt. It suddenly fell out of the sky and started yelling at Shade, "YOU STOLE MY POP-TARTS!" Shade was confused, she didn't know what a pop-tart was.

"Who are you?" the gray cat asked, clearly mystified.

"I am Nyan Cat!" Then Nyan Cat flew up into the sky and disappeared.

"What the heck just happened?" Shade was confused. She shook her head briefly to get her ideas straight.

"I haven't the slightest clue," the gray tom said. "Let's just forget this ever happened."

Then he escorted Shade to the Thunderclan camp. A giant hollow of stone surrounded her, along with many cats of all different shapes, sizes, and colors. Then an orange cat stepped onto a giant rock and stared at Shade. Was she in trouble? Shade smirked. It would be fun to annoy this useless gang of cats, she thought. Then it hit her, literally. Something hit her on the back of her head. She barely contained her yelp of agony. I need to learn all of their weaknesses and annoy and penetrate their minds. This is what she would do to entertain her. Annoy the cats of all four clans!

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