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Beautiful Baby Knitting Patterns

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 30, 2013

    Dragonpaw

    *She sniffed the air, she could smell danger ahead and--Blood? She dashed forward to investigate the horrid smell. Then she heard a cry. She stood there blood cold,ears twitching everywitch way. She heard it again-a meow for help. Honeyleaf! She cried. Rushing forward she saw a trail of dark red blood. Then before her lay Honeyleaf ,unconsious and almost dead. She picked up a leaf and wrapped around her .*

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2012

    Greypaw

    Hi...i come fom aother clan andheard about a lost kit in one of these results saw your post. Im a med cat in traing andi think i know hat to do.*slowly presses on honeyleafs head rotating and pushing with her paws. This is to get the skull back in place. When she feels no more jagged spots she wrapps it in leaves as a cast and begins to put marigold and cobwebs on the cuts to stop infection. Honeyleaf begins t breathe better. Turns her attenton towards skyleaf* here.*hands her popyseeds for herpain and extra onesfor honeyleafs.* shell have a terrible headache when she wakse up so giv her these.* treats skyleafs wounds* there...if you need me contact me at det second result or i can stay andmoitor her.*sits waiting for an answer.*

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 14, 2012

    Skyleaf

    Sniffed the air..no smell of prey. But the sound of rushing water...and the scent of...blood? Then it dawned on her. Honeyleaf! She shrieked, and carefully picked her way down, especially careful where is was visible that Honeyleaf had fallen. She picked Honeyleaf up by her scruff and began to slowly drag her up the precarious route. About a quarter of the way up, she slipped, sending a shower of rocks tumbling down into the rapid waters of the river below. Her mouth dry, but tye vrest of her soaked in sweat on this steamy summer day, she got up and began to climb again, very slowly making progress. Finally, she made it up, hoping Honeyleaf was alright after the long climb. She set Honeyleaf down for a moment. HELP!!! She yelled. No response. She picks up Honeyleaf again and drags her back to camp wearily. Skyleaf ps. Yay! Not grounded!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 14, 2012

    Honeyleaf

    Honeyleaf padded around unsure of were she was. Soon she can to the top of a steep hill. The way down was rocky and uneven. She clambered down slowley. Suddenly a paw slipped and she slithered down. Rocks hit her spine skull and everywere. At the bottom her body lay still. A faint pulse line showed that she was barly alive. Honeyleafs flank barly moved up and down. -Honeyleaf

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