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Nightfall's Prophecy - Ch. 22"She's so sweet!" Whitetail purred, watching as Snowkit's flank rose and fell as she slept.Nightfall's Prophecy - Ch. 22 in General Fiction
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"Don't wake her," Nightfall sighed quietly, exhausted. "She wouldn't stop mewling earlier."
"Well, we certainly know she's a lively one," Whitetail laughed, keeping her voice low this time.
how are you and Onewhisker?"
"Pretty good, I guess."
Nightfall shook her head, a teasing glint in her eye. "No, I mean how are you and Onewhisker? Haven't you asked him to be your mate yet?"
"Huh? What? Why would I
"Did someone say my name?" Onewhisker appeared in the entrance of the nursery, his ears pricked curiously.
" Whitetail turned and hurried past him.
Onewhisker squeezed into the nursery, glancing behind him, confused. "What's the matter with her?"
"Oh, I'm sure she just
" Nightfall shrugged, trying not to laugh.
Nightfall twitched an ear, still half-asleep.
"Nightfall! Mother, wake up!"
Fernstep's Search - Ch. 2Nightfall was woken by a commotion outside in the camp. She realised in her half-asleep stance that the cats who went to the gathering had returned. But the voices that floated through the entrance of the nursery sounded wary and curious. What they were saying she couldn't make out, but she knew something must have happened.Fernstep's Search - Ch. 2 in General Fiction
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She was wondering whether to go and find out what was happening, but one of her kits let out a mewl when she tried to move. Giving a half-hearted smile, Nightfall gently lapped at it's head as it snuggled down beside it's siblings.
After a few days she had given names to the kits. Tallstar had sat beside her while she thought of the names, letting her decide.
"I'll be the one who gets to chose their warrior names," he had purred as an excuse.
The first name she'd thought of was Frostkit. The she-kit was white, with black fur along her back, ears, half her tail, and a patch over her left eye. The name hadn't been to hard to think of, for frost and snow were all ther