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okay i see this questioned often in the warrior cats tag, so i’d like to explain exactly why a cat would have suffixes like “-light”, “-feather”, etc.
prefixes are chosen based on a cat’s appearance. we all know that, right. well, my conclusion is that, rather than also standing for appearance, suffixes will (sometimes) stand for a cat’s attitude or skills. you dont just get cats with names like brambleberry for no reason. suffixes like “-berry” or “-pool” or “-leaf” reflect on maybe a sweet or passive (attack unless given reason) effect a cat may have. now “-claw”, “-nose”, and “-fang” would probably be if a cat was an excellent hunter. of course it could also be appearance, per say “crookedclaw” might be the name of an elder with wretched claws.
every time i look in the tag, it seems one of the various rants are about names. :0 so i hope this clears up confusion. (at least this is my theory)
So theres this dirty ginger cat that’s been hanging round my flat for the past few days, and him and Isis (INDOOR CAT) chat like fuck-knows-what.
Anyway, today, the fat bastard jumped over my balcony, looked at Isis, jumped back over.
And she fucking followed him!
Just got her back in now, after she was friggin skipping around outside playing with him, jumping on one another, chasing each other. She was happily skipping around and he’s following her like a damned lovesick teenager. (she is spayed thank fuck)
Fucking Fuzzy love story in the making, Christ.