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Leader: Hazelstar—small gray-and-white she-cat with a lean, whippy tail
Deputy: Blizzardpeak—off-white tom with faint tabby stripes
Medicine Cat: Leafwing—pretty tortoiseshell-and-white she-cat
Oakshade—mottled brown tom with a black tail-tip and ear-tips
Nightfeather—thin-furred black tom with a pale gray muzzle
Lionstrike—golden-brown tabby tom with thick fur around his neck
Cherryfrost—red-ginger she-cat with frosty blue eyes and a white muzzle and paws
Mistyshadow—pale blue-gray she-cat with brilliant blue eyes
Goldenclaw–dark chocolate-brown tom with wheat-yellow paws
Emberstorm—orange tom with big dark ginger paws
Smoketail—long-haired sleek black tom with a long, fluffy tail
Petalflight—rose-cream furred she-cat with faded blue eyes
Brackenstep—golden-brown tabby tom with a graying muzzle
Sunstream—golden tabby she-cat with a white chest and paws
Cloverfang—calico she-cat with green eyes and a long tail
Squirreltuft—flame-colored dark ginger she-cat with a plumy tail
Snowpetal—pure white she-cat with aqua blue eyes
Darkscar—black tom with shiny silver tabby stripes and a scarred pelt
Rosedust—pale pinkish-gray she-cat with glittering blue eyes
Juniperstrike—small black tabby she-cat with a short fluffy tail
Splashpaw—brown, golden, and black flecked she-cat with warm brown eyes
Foxpaw—handsome russet tom with a white tail-tip
Fogpaw—pale gray she-cat with bold, broad black stripes
Wolfpaw—pale gray tom with a white underbelly
Sparkfur—orange tabby (mother to Emberstorm’s kits: Flamekit, fiery ginger tabby tom-kit, Blazekit, pale ginger tom-kit with one black paw, and Copperkit, light brown-and-dark ginger she-kit)
Silvermist—light silver coat (mother to Blizzardpeak’s kits: Dewkit, slender silver-and-black tabby she-kit, and Swankit, sleek white she-kit with silver markings)
Frostwhisker—big white tom with long, drooping whiskers
Poppystem—tortoiseshell she-cat with a once-beautiful dappled coat
Mothwind—frail dusty brown she-cat with long legs
Leader: Pebblestar—dark gray tabby tom with a white mark on his chest
Deputy: Crowtalon—jet-black tom with unusually long front claws
Medicine Cat: Marshfoot—dark brown tabby tom with a twisted paw
Apprentice: Briarleaf: misty gray she-cat
Ravenfeather—feathery-furred black tom
Jaggedtail—black-and-white tom with a spiky-furred tail
Apprentice, Cedarpaw: dark gray tabby tom
Russetdawn—ginger tabby she-cat with pale ginger swirls
Badgerface—black-and-white tom with a striped face
Rowanflame—dark ginger tom with a scar on his face
Leader: Swiftstar—swift dark gray-black tom with a long tail
Deputy: Willowfrost—very pale gray she-cat
Medicine Cat: Slatestone—dark blue-gray tom with a ringed tail
Kestrelwind—dappled cinnamon she-cat
Sedgewing—pale, marbled cream-furred tom
Sleetsong—pale gray she-cat with blue-gray patches
Tawnypetal—mottled pale tortoiseshell she-cat
Crowshadow—short-tailed black tom
Hareleap—pale gray-and-white tom
Gorsespots—thin gray tom with smudgy brown spots
Leader: Reedstar—slick, dark brown tom with golden markings
Deputy: Ottercreek—slender light brown tabby she-cat with a torn ear
Apprentice, Finchpaw: reddish-brown she-cat
Medicine Cat: Troutshine—patchy she-cat with different shades of gray on her pelt
Apprentice, Lakepaw: silver-and-white she-cat
Stormwhisker—gray tabby tom
Apprentice, Salmonpaw: pinkish-gray tom
Minnowstream—small smoky black she-cat
Shimmerwing—shimmery silver she-cat
Pikeclaw—long-haired silver-gray tom with white chest fur
Apprentice, Ripplepaw: handsome oily silver-and-black tom
Feathershine—glossy snow-white she-cat
Dustwillow—pale ginger tom with fur that gets darker on the sides
Blacktail—white tom with a pitch-black tail and dark silver flecked eyes
Apprentice, Skypaw: pale blue-gray she-cat
Spottedfern—white she-cat with ginger patches
Leopardstripe—young golden tabby tom with tawny stripes
Shellfur—pale gray tom with thin white flecks
The moon shone brightly in the sky, giving off beams of silvery light. A light silver tabby leaned into the shoulder of her mate, purrs racking her body. “I have something very special to tell you, my love,” she meowed, glancing at her slightly swollen stomach. She hesitated for a moment, before plunging right in. “Blizzardpeak, I’m expecting your kits.”
“That’s wonderful, Silvermist!” the off-white tom exclaimed, nuzzling his mate’s cheek. “Our kits will be perfect, beautiful and clever like you, strong and handsome like me...” Blizzardpeak puffed out his chest. “I can’t believe I’m going to be a father! Ever since Oakshade and Nightfeather said I would never have kits, I always believed them.” He cracked a smile. “But it turns out they’re wrong. Oakshade and Nightfeather are the ones who don’t have kits.” Blizzardpeak chuckled softly, before raising his head to lap at Silvermist’s ears. The warm, strong rasps of his tongue moved quickly down the silver warrior’s back, cleaning her pelt thoroughly. “Do you know when the kits are due?”
“In about a moon,” Silvermist answered, her voice almost a murmur. She wrapped her tail around her paws and bent down to press her nose to her stomach. “Hear me, little kits? I am your mother, and with the power of a mother’s love, I will promise to love you, forever and always.” Her paws ached with such love that she thought she might burst with the deep feeling. With Blizzardpeak by her side, she felt as if she could handle anything, and that was how she felt about her kitting, only moments of heartwarming love.
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