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Featherpelt is a gray tabby she-cat.[1]

History

In the Super Editions

Crowfeather's Trial

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Bramblestar's Storm

Featherpaw is a WindClan apprentice, with her mentor being Crowfeather.
As Bramblestar heads back from going through the border, a WindClan patrol appears. Featherpaw is present with her mentor, along with Furzepelt and Gorsetail.

Tigerheart's Shadow

Featherpelt does not formally appear in Tigerheart's Shadow, but is listed in the allegiances.

In the A Vision of Shadows arc

The Apprentice's Quest

Featherpelt does not formally appear in The Apprentice's Quest, but is listed in the allegiances.

Thunder and Shadow

Featherpelt does not formally appear in Thunder and Shadow, but is listed in the allegiances.

Shattered Sky

Gorsetail leads Featherpelt and Oatclaw over to where Crowfeather is arguing with the ThunderClan cats trying to see Onestar. They are are behind their patrol leader, eyeing Bramblestar and his patrol warily. She and Oatclaw flank the ThunderClan warriors after Gorsetail allows them to come to WindClan's camp.

Darkest Night

Featherpelt does not formally appear in Darkest Night, but is listed in the allegiances.

River of Fire

Alderheart meets Featherpelt, Hootwhisker, and Larkwing while searching for watermint, and Featherpelt asks him if he is on his way to see Harestar. He explains that they're going to collect watermint, and she and her Clanmates accompany the ThunderClan patrol to do it together. Featherpelt apologizes for their other supply running out, saying that WindClan has the sickness and must've used it all. They pass the horseplace, and she comments that there's a really strong scent of horse. Featherpelt suggests that they take a different route, but Sparkpelt objects, and they continue their course. The patrol is frightened by a horse kit and scatter, with Featherpelt dashing into the shallows of the lake. When they reach the border stream, she collects watermint for WindClan's supply.
When Twigpaw and Finpaw sneak out of ThunderClan camp to hunt, Twigpaw falls into the WindClan border stream. She pulls herself out on the wrong side, and is confronted by a WindClan hunting patrol consisting of Featherpelt, Emberfoot, and Smokepaw. They are hostile, and she quickly explains what happened. Featherpelt insists that they take Twigpaw and Finpaw back to camp, and orders Smokepaw to go and tell Harestar what happened. The WindClan she-cat says that Emberfoot will come with her, and despite the apprentices' protests, both warriors jump across the stream. Twigpaw and Finpaw reluctantly let Emberfoot and Featherpelt lead them back to ThunderClan. When in camp, Featherpelt says that some of WindClan's warriors might not have been so lenient, and Bramblestar apologizes and offers to make it up. They seem pacified by the solution and leave camp.

The Raging Storm

Featherpelt does not formally appear in The Raging Storm, but is listed in the allegiances.

In the Novellas

Dovewing's Silence

Featherpaw does not formally appear in Dovewing's Silence, but is listed in the allegiances.

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Kin

Members

Mother:

Sedgewhisker:[4] Living (As of The Raging Storm)

Father:

Emberfoot:[4] Living (As of The Raging Storm)

Sisters:

Larkwing:[5] Living (As of The Raging Storm)
Fernstripe:[5] Living (As of The Raging Storm)

Grandmother:

Gorsetail:[6] Living (As of The Raging Storm)

Grandfather:

Beechfur:[5] Living (As of The Fourth Apprentice)

Aunts:

Swallowtail:[6] Deceased, verified StarClan member
Thistleheart:[6] Deceased, verified StarClan member

Tree

GorsetailBeechfur
EmberfootSedgewhiskerThistleheartSwallowtail
FernstripeLarkwingFeatherpelt

    = Male

    = Female

    = Gender Unknown


References and citations

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Revealed in Bramblestar's Storm, allegiances
  2. Revealed in Crowfeather's Trial, chapter 15
  3. Revealed in The Apprentice's Quest, allegiances
  4. 4.0 4.1 Revealed in Crowfeather's Trial, chapter 18
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Revealed on Kate's blog
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Revealed in Dark River, page 273