Seems every week I’m posting something about Princess Nagger’s obsession love for the Warrior Cats book series.  I hope you’re not getting tired of it yet, because it seems at the moment there is no end in sight. 

Case-in-point:  She asked for some scrap paper because she wanted to draw something.  A little while later she called me into the other room and presented me with her latest and greatest – meet Shadowfoot, the newest Warrior Cat that Princess Nagger created (who, she claims, is herself – since in her imagination she is a Warrior Cat):

The opposite of Scourge (the main Warrior Cat character), Shadowfoot is all white with one black paw, one green and one blue eye.  Take note of the eery blue eyeball over on the left, with the claws (and yes, the red is blood) on the left side of Shadowfoot’s neck.  Apparently Shadowpelt is killing Shadowfoot.

Not to worry, though, because Shadowfoot happens to have 50 lives.  Pretty handy, no?

In case you have trouble reading the script part, it says:

When times…

…are DARK…

Starclan will…


Because Shadowfoot has 50 lives, she comes back to life (49 to go) and the final scene:

Shadowfoot is glowing because she has the magical power of the Starclan.  Mistystar, the leader of the Starclan (bottom left foreground), arrives to check on Shadowfoot, sees her glowing (and relieved she’s still alive), while Shadowpelt (on the right) is freaking out that Shadowfoot is still alive.

Were you able to follow all of that?  My head is still spinning.  But in a simultaneously ‘ewwww’ and ‘atta-girl’ way.  To be continued…  I think.  Would you like her to continue the story?


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  1. you baby is a great artist. At their young age, they are learning a lot of thing even drawing cats that they love the most. My son always love to watch and what he sees or come into his mind, he draws it. I can see how bright there was when they grow up. Thanks for sharing.
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  2. It’s actually pretty awesome. Who knows, maybe she will grow up to be a writer, or an artist, or both! Although, being both a writer and photographer and knowing what all goes into it, I’m not sure I would wish that on her!
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  3. What an amazing drawings and story! I have been following your Warrior Cats series and a loving it (especially the dress-up-as-the-cat-himself post yesterday) Who knows, maybe one day soon she’ll write her own book??

  4. That is so wonderful! I love her creativity and imagination. That PN is such a treasure. Can’t wait to hear more stories and share them with my girls!

  5. The gift of imagination is a wonderful thing. I suspect my own daughter has a little of the Warrior Cat in her, and this is good inspiration for more stories for her to read!
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  6. My oldest son would write stories all the time when he was PN’s age. I still have them and sometimes pull them out to read because they are so darn cute.

  7. Definitely – keep the stories coming! It is heartening to see children exercising their creativity (I just found out that my adult son has taken to writing fan fiction, and has attracted quite a following,)

    Happy WW!

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  8. Wow, what an imagination! My daughter has always done her own stories and drawings and still does (she is almost 13!) and she has been a straight A student from the start. I think this may be a sign that your daughter has a very bright future ahead of her as well. Great post!!
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