Duchess knew this day had to come eventually. The smoky black she-cat stood with yellow eyes narrowed as one by one twolegs filed into her quaint nest. Or was it truly her nest? In reality, it belonged to her housefolk, a military-minded woman overwhelmed by the amount of cats she owned and no doubt relieved to have these kittens rehomed. She listened with surprising nonchalance as the thud of new feet creaked against the floorboards and a crowd of excited twolegs shuffled in through the door. A sort of stillness had settled over the she-cat. What was it her mate had said before she lost him to the woods? The wilds were safer, freer. The kittens would be happier. But she saw with her own eyes the cruelty of the world beyond twolegplace, knew her kittens would never be safe unless cradled in the arms of a twoleg. So here she was. About to lose them forever, but at least they would live happily elsewhere.
Welcome back to the Sims 3 Warrior Cats Challenge! I know I haven’t updated in awhile, but it is really difficult to keep these things consistent I suppose. This will be our final farewell to the beautiful Duchess, a character I have grown quite fond of over the past few weeks. The kittens have hit an age where they are old enough to be rehomed, and we will be following Tilly to a new twoleg nest and family elsewhere! After that is done, there will be a timeskip of three months and the kittens will all be aged up to “adults”, though we will consider them apprentice-aged. I’m really excited! I have a great plan for how this story is going to go, and trust me, Tilly’s curiosity about the wild and the fate of her Clan-born father will only intensify. Finally, we can start getting this show on the road!