Crossing Destinies Chapter 1Crossing Destinies Chapter 14 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
A butterfly danced just out of Skykit's tiny claws. She was eagerly dashing and weaving in between the forest trees. The smell of prey was rich but there was something about the butterfly's fungus like glow that made her want to catch it. Lowering herself into a hunting crouch she growled in a whisper," I've got you now."
Silently the tiny huntress crept forward to where the bug was landed on a fallen tree. She waited for a few seconds and sprang towards her prey. She dug her claws in deep and ripped the wings off the butterfly's body. Skykit looked at the her kill proudly.
"That's an excellent catch." purred a smooth voice.
Whipping around Skykit saw icy green eyes gazing at her with interest from the shadows. That's when she noticed that the forest was no longer bright and sunny and prey rich, but instead dark , foggy and smelled instead like crow food .Glancing back at the cat staring at her, she opened her tiny mouth to taste the stranger
Crossing Destinies Ch. 3Skykit woke up to stinging pain all over her body. Opening the one eye that beast hadn't slashed, she peered around her unusual surroundings. She was in a tree root den, which was clearly not Shadowclan's . She painfully opened her mouth to better scent where she was, a fishy slimy smell tinged with cat entered her mouth and she started coughing.Crossing Destinies Ch. 34 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Darkkit raced to her side saying eagerly," Your up!"
Skykit glanced once more around and asked her brother in a croaking mew , "Where are we exactly?"
Darkkit replied with fake enthusiasm in his voice," The Riverclan medicine cat den. They saved us from that thing. Actually you fought a fox! It could've killed you!" He sobbed out the last part and buried his nose into his younger siblings fur and whispered," Don't ever scare me like that again."
Skykit suddenly realized how close she'd come to dying and shuddered at the memory of the fox's cruel eyes. Leaning forward, though it caused pain to shoot up her shoul