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  189 Replies to “naughty christmas cat”

  1. Savvyheart
    December 4, 2018 at 9:47 pm

    First you

  2. December 6, 2018 at 11:50 am

    Aster I found one secret page too and I claimed it😛


    Foxy and Rain, we miss you❤

  3. December 6, 2018 at 3:14 pm

    First you bend you’re front and back legs, making you’re belly brush the ground. Keep the tail low! Just not so low that it brushes the leaves or anything. That will alert you’re prey. When you sight the prey, slowly, but not to slowly, put one paw over the other.

    *Spottedfern demonstrates and pounces on a fat vole.*

    Like that! Also, keep the head low. It’s very awkward when you first try, but soon it will become natural. Once you are in range, stiffen, then leap! Then you have it. Try to do it on that thrush over there.

    *Spottedfern motions with her tail to an area in the forest where a thrush was pecking at seeds.*

    *You can do it! Spottedfern wills her smart apprentice.*


    Hello, I am Spottedpaw.

    • Wolf Howling at Star on Top of Tree (Wolfie)
      December 6, 2018 at 5:02 pm

      Wolfpaw did as Spottedfern told her. She slowly sneaked up on the thrush but when she leaped, the bird flew away. Wolfpaw licked her paw embarrassed.
      “It’ll get better won’t it?” she asked. She demonstrated her position “Like this?” she asked.


      Can't wait for Christmas

      • December 7, 2018 at 2:34 pm

        “Yes, it will, I am very patient.” Spottedfern reassured her apprentice. “Almost!” Now, when you do the crouch, you have to keep the rump lower than you just did. You have powerful back legs and great intelligence. You can do it! Let’s try the pine forest over there.

        *Spottedfern flicks her tail towards a strip of pine forest. It is the same, but you have to keep out of sight behind the trees and the few bushes. It is not as thick as the forest that we’re in. Frogs and lizards are main targets there. Watch, I see a lizard over there. Speaking of new hunting areas, do you want to learn all of the hunting areas or just the forest. Waits for reply…


        Hello, I am Spottedpaw.

        • Wolf Howling at Star on Top of Tree (Wolfie)
          December 7, 2018 at 3:37 pm

          “Okay.” Wolf paw said and she dropped into the hunting crouch. She slowly paced towards the lizard. She gathered all her strength and took off in a leap. Challenged squarely on the lizard and shook it. “Was it good?” she asked setting her lizard down. She quickly groomed her ruffled fur then glanced at Spottedfern.


          Can't wait for Christmas

  4. December 7, 2018 at 2:39 pm

    But in the pine forest you need to be stealthy and strongly built. You are, so good. Watch……

    Spottedfern stealthily stalks a large lizard… when she pounces she nips the spine of the lizard and carries it back to her apprentice.

    “Not the best food choice, but it will save you in leaf-bare.” If you wanna learn how to hunt in all places, the next one will be the moor!!! Lastly, my favorite, will be fishing! By the way, did I tell you my pelt color and everything?


    Hello, I am Spottedpaw.

  5. December 7, 2018 at 2:42 pm

    If not, I am a golden she-cat with splotches of brown and ginger. Kind of a golden tortoiseshell with no white! No white…

    My eyes are dark green with hints of amber. Hazelish….

    I am patient, smart, loving, sarcastic, and a great teacher. Am I?????? Lol…


    Hello, I am Spottedpaw.

    • Wolf Howling at Star on Top of Tree (Wolfie)
      December 7, 2018 at 3:38 pm

      Yes you are :-D. You remember how I look like, right?


      Can't wait for Christmas

  6. December 7, 2018 at 4:06 pm

    How do I make my OWN secret page!?


    Hello, I am Spottedpaw.

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