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  • ISBN-13: 9781421961910
  • Publisher: IndyPublish
  • Publication date: 12/6/2005
  • Pages: 140
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.44 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 31, 2012

    Bluefires life. Chapter four

    Bluepaw crept through the under growth towards the border of FIreclan. She had been sent by Rainstar to warn Fireclan about the lake water that was posioned by twolegs. Soon she was at the border. She took a deep breath beforw venturing across. She crept stealthily through the brush making almost no sound. Alert for any signs of a patrol. As she got deeper into the territory scents of twolegs and Firclan mingled together got stronger, but they where stale. Soon she got relaxed and amelled a rabbit. The scent led her to yhe left. She was so hungry she hadnt eaten yet that day. Aoon she saw the rabbit. She slie into a hunting crouch and crept forward. Just as she was about to poynce somthing slammed into her side bowling her over and pinning her down. She tryed to escape the cats claws but his wieght was tqice as much as hers. It was Tigerfoot. " well well well, what have we here? Aan apprentice from Stormclan here to still our prey." Tigerfoot growled digging his claws deeper into Bluepaws soft fur. " I -uh" Bluepaw tryed to say somthing but was cut off. " silence!" Tigerfoot growl. "Do you know what happens to intruder? When untrained apprentice step foot on our territory?" Tigerfoot spat. "Shall i demonstrate?" He growled raising a paw ready to strike. Bluepaws eyes widened in fear. " Tigerfoot! Let her up. Shes an untrained apprentice atleast let her speak. Bluepaw or any apprentice venture onto other clan territorys without an important reason." Gingertail Fireclans deputy who was a very understanding cat who had the respect of everyone in the forest said. Tigerfoot mumbled somthing then let Bluepaw get up. Bluepaw jumped up. " well? Bluepaw why are you here?" Gingertail asked with a slight growl. " I uh" bluepaw cleared her throat and said " Rainstar went me to warn you about the lake water. Its posioned with twoleg rubbish. Rainstar was worried that some careless apprentice might unknowingly drink it. Sandfur was cclosw to drinking it if Frostbite hadnt noticed the condition of ther water and a dead fish floating." Gingertail stared at the ground thoughtfully then said. " i understand Stormclans concern. Thank you fir your warning." Then Gingertail waited till tigerfoot noticed somthing else and whispered " i think you should go before old cranky acts up again." Then said louder " we will esscort you to tge edge of our border." As they walked along quietly Blepaw kept wondering if what hawktalon has said had somthing to do woith tigrfoot. Soon they got to the border where Bluepaw dipped er head respectfully tye crossed into her own territory and made her way back to camp

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