From Kit to Warrior: Part 2It had been a quarter-moon since Tigerpaw had become an apprentice and things hadnt gotten any better. He had gone on a few patrols and had learned new fighting moves. He was very good at fighting and he liked it a lot. He practiced when ever he could and even Patchpelt sometimes had trouble beating him. He was also good at hunting. Tigerpaw could easily leap into the trees to catch squirrels and birds. He ran very fast too and could chase the fasted mouse. It all made him feel proud to be an apprentice and soon become a warrior.From Kit to Warrior: Part 2 in Fan Fiction More Like This
The bad thing was, he still had to deal with his brother. He was still making fun of him and calling him Tigerkit and the rest of the apprentices joined in too. Even Whitepaw, who had been so nice to him when he first became an apprentice, was laughing at him. Tigerpaw also hadnt worked things out with Spottedpaw. She hated him now and Tigerpaw wanted to make things better, but he didnt know how.
He was always angry and upset. He just wanted
From Kit To Warrior Part 5Tigerpaw opened his eyes in the dim light of the Medicine Cats Den. Featherwhisker was in the back of the den organizing herbs. Right next to him Spottedpaw lay. She was looking at him with a worried look on her face. Tigerpaw hurt all over and could barely move.From Kit To Warrior Part 5 in Fan Fiction More Like This
Spottedpaw stood and padded over to where he lay in the nest. What were you thinking? Are you crazy? Why did you just run off like that when you were hurt? Spottedpaw asked in a rush, clearly worried.
What do you mean hurt? Im fine! He said he tried to stand. He was unbalanced and his legs collapsed beneath him.
No you are not. She shook her head. Youre hurt really bad and you almost died! You need to be careful. I dont want to lose you.
Im surprised you even care. He hissed.
I do care. Youre my brother and I love you. She still looked very worried.
She didnt care before why should she care now? He thoug
From Kit To Warrior: Part 7In the days after beating Redpaw a lot happened. First Bluepaw and Whitepaw became Bluefur and Whitestorm. Then a huge snowstorm started. For the past three days it had been snowing and the wind had howled nonstop. Leafbare had started and it was going to be one of the worst ever.From Kit To Warrior: Part 7 in Fan Fiction More Like This
Most warriors were cooped up in their dens and they couldnt go out to hunt. The freshkill pile was getting low and almost no one ate except for the Elders and the cats in the nursery.
Tigerpaw now sat in the apprentices den with his head by the exit. He watched the snow pile on the ground higher and higher. It was almost impossible for anyone to walk in the snow now. It went all the way up to his belly and it showed no sign of stopping.
Soon he would go out on a patrol to try and hunt, but until then he was not allowed to leave the den. No one was allowed out of their dens unless they were out hunting or on a patrol. Everyone was afraid that with such a bad storm there would be sickness.
From Kit To Warrior: Part 10 A few days after the gathering Dappletail was coughing uncontrollably. She was immediately moved into the medicine cat's den. She was Tigerpaw's, Spottedpaw's and Redpaw's mother. Tigerpaw visited her and brought her something from the freshkill pile everyday. Spottedpaw almost never left her side. Redpaw never visited her and didn't even really care. Tigerpaw was infuriated by him neglecting their mother. How could he not care that she might die?From Kit To Warrior: Part 10 in Fan Fiction More Like This
Featherwhisker did everything he could, but nothing seemed to work. Finally after the third day of her laying sick he announced to the rest of the clan that it was greencough. By then a few other cats were steadily starting to get it and cough more and more. They too were moved into the medicine cat's den to stop it from spreading more.
Tigerpaw was mostly concerned for Dappletail. She just kept getting worse and worse. Soon she couldn't even eat anymore, she just didn't have the strength too. She lay in the medicine cat's d
From Kit To Warrior: Part 9Raggedstar stepped forward. "I will begin."From Kit To Warrior: Part 9 in Fan Fiction More Like This
He started by saying the prey was running well in Shadowclan. Tigerpaw saw that unlike most of the other cats in the clearing the Shadowclan cats looked very well fed and not thin at all. He finished by saying that one of their apprentices had been made a warrior. The Shadowclan cats in the clearing shouted the cat's name. Then Raggedstar sat back down on the highrock in the center of the clearing.
Next Tallstar stood and said the prey was running fairly well in Windclan territory. Then sat back down for he had nothing else to say.
After Tallstar, the Riverclan leader Crookedstar stood and like the others said the prey was running well, but when Tigerpaw looked around at the Riverclan cats he saw they looked very thin. With the river completely frozen they weren't able to fish and didn't have much prey to hunt for, but they didn't want to look weak in front of the other clans. He then sat back down.
Now it was Sunstar's turn. He told the othe
From Kit to Warrior: Part 8They slowly made their way through the forest. With deep snow it was nearly impossible to walk. The night was still and every now and again a slight breeze would come sending a brilliant shimmer of snow into the air and sparkle in the full moon's light as it settled back down onto the earth.From Kit to Warrior: Part 8 in Fan Fiction More Like This
Luckily the clouds had cleared and you could now see the stars and the beautiful moon in the black night. Everything sparkled in its light. Tigerpaw had never seen anything so stunning his entire life.
At one point he stopped in his tracks to watch the glittering light completely forgetting where he was and where he was going. After a minute he realized he had fallen behind the rest of the group. He quickly dashed through the branches and caught up to the rest of the cats. Tigerpaw nearly ran over Willowpelt as he broke through the brambles. He felt his fur get hot with embarrassment. Willowpelt laughed and smiled at him.
Tigerpaw didn't know Willowpaw too well. Willowpelt wasn't much older then hi
From Kit To Warrior: Part 12"What! Spottedpaw you know we can't go there!" Tigerpaw exclaimed.From Kit To Warrior: Part 12 in Fan Fiction More Like This
"Quiet! That's exactly why we can't let anyone know about it. Only you can go and get the catmint." She whispered.
"Why can't you go?"
"Featherwhisker is sick so I have to stay and take care of the rest of the sick cats. You have to go alone, tonight. We have no other choice."
Tigerpaw thought about it for a second. She was right. There was no other way. He was the only one that could go and get the catmint.
"Alright." He said and nodded. "Where is the Twoleg den with the catmint.?"
"It's right on the edge of the forest. It's white and black and there is a huge wall surrounding it. Just leap over the wall and get inside the Twoleg den. There is catmint growing inside."
"Wow. How exactly am I supposed to get in?"
"There is a little tunnel inside. Don't worry you will find it. Now go and get some rest and I'll come and get you tonight after the sun sets."
Tigerpaw nodded. They touched noses. Spottedpaw whispered into his
From Kit To Warrior: Part 13The dog came straight at him. Tigerpaw was terrified, but he jumped out of the dog's way just in time. He became alert and stood ready to attack.From Kit To Warrior: Part 13 in Fan Fiction More Like This
Tigerpaw turned and pounced at the dog onto its back. He dug his claws into the dog's back and shoulders and held tight. The dog started shaking trying to throw him off, but he held on tight and didn't let go.
The big dog quickly got tired and stopped trying to throw Tigerpaw off. Tigerpaw leaped off of his back and aimed for the dog's legs. He sank his teeth into its front leg. The dog turned its head and grabbed Tigerpaw in his large jaws. He thrashed around in the dog's mouth trying to get out. Tigerpaw had never been so scared in his life. The dog finally let go and threw him across the garden.
Tigerpaw struggled to his feet. His ear was torn in half and blood dripped down his side from a huge gash. He panted and stood ready for the dog's next attack. The dog came running towards him and again Tigerpaw was able to leap out of the way than