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The following is a list of characters that do not fit the guidelines for receiving their own page, whether it be due to lack of a name, proper history, or other matters. This page lists minor characters from Warrior's Refuge.


Characters

Husker, Moss, and Splash's former Twolegs

"A couple of elderly Twolegs took care of us. Fed us... loved us. We had a good life. A great life. But then the Twolegs both died... and everything changed."
— Husker about his former Twoleg in Warrior's Refuge, page 35
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Description: an elderly male and female Twoleg[1]
Rank(s): Twoleg[1]
History: Husker, Moss and Splash were taken care of by two elderly Twolegs. They fed them and loved them and gave the cats a great life. However, that all changed when they died and their cats were forced to live in a barn.

Male Twoleg kit

"Get out of here, you mangy critters!"
— Male Twoleg kit to Millie and Graystripe in Warrior's Refuge, page 79
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Description: young male Twoleg kit[2]
Rank(s): Twoleg kit[2]
History: He and his family move into what used to be Husker, Moss, and Splash’s housefolk’s house. He thinks it is fun to scare the cats, and he often lets the dogs out to chase them when he sees them. When he sees Graystripe and Millie in a bush, he kicks a soccer ball at them, before being stopped by the adult female Twoleg. When Graystripe and Millie lead him and his family to the barn, he is seen hugging Splash, seemingly accepting the cats.


Female Twoleg kit

"Two kitties!"
— Female Twoleg kit about Millie and Graystripe in Warrior's Refuge, page 70
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Description: young female Twoleg kit[2]
Rank(s): Twoleg kit[2]

History

She and her family move into what used to be Husker, Moss, and Splash’s housefolk’s house. She is first seen following a frog dangerously close to the edge of an algae-filled pond. Graystripe tries to stop her falling in by acting cute to distract her. Her parents notice, and at first try to scare Graystripe away, before they realize that they might startle the girl and cause her to fall in. Graystripe succeeds in leading her away from the pond, and she sits down to pet him and Millie. Later, she is seen playing with a cat toy in her back yard. Graystripe and Millie lead her and her family to the barn, and Moss’s kits come down from the loft. The Twoleg family pets and hugs them, seeming to finally accept the cats.


Adult male Twoleg

"Haven’t been invited to a single party since we moved into this place[...]"
— Adult male Twoleg to the adult female Twoleg about the neighborhood they’ve moved into in Warrior's Refuge, page 64
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Description: Adult Male Twoleg[2]
Rank(s): Twoleg[2]

History

Him and his family move into what used to be Husker, Moss, and Splash’s housefolk’s house. When Graystripe tries to go outside to hunt, he sprays him with a hose. Later, when he sees the female Twoleg kit dangerously close to the pond, he notices Graystripe and exclaims that there’s another filthy farm cat. When the adult female Twoleg tries to shoo Graystripe away, he tells her not to step on the plants. When she tries to get to the pond to help the kit, he stops her, saying that she might spook the kit and cause her to fall right in. When Graystripe successfully lures the kit away from the pond, her tries to pet the cat, but Graystripe runs away. Later, Graystripe and Millie lead him and his family to the barn. Moss’s kits come down from the loft, and the Twoleg family seems to finally accept the cats living there.


Adult female Twoleg

"You are not to bother those cats, do you understand me? They’re our friends!"
— Adult female Twoleg to male Twoleg kit about Millie and Graystripe in Warrior's Refuge, page 79
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Description: Adult female Twoleg[2]
Rank(s): Twoleg[2]

History

She and her family move into what used to be Husker, Moss, and Splash’s housefolk’s house. When Graystripe tries to go outside the barn to hunt, she lets the dogs out of the house to chase him away. When she sees the female Twoleg kit dangerously close to the pond with Graystripe, she tries to shoo him away. She sees that the kit is too close to the edge and tries to go help her, but the male Twoleg holds her back, saying she might startle her and cause her to fall right in. When Graystripe successfully lures the kit away from the pond, she comes to make sure she is okay. She is later seen playing with the Twoleg kit, and when she sees Graystripe and Millie, she beckons them over. When the male Twoleg kit kicks a soccer ball at the cats, she scolds him, telling him to not bother the cats. Graystripe and Millie lead her and her family to the barn. Moss’s kits come down from the loft, and the Twoleg family seems to finally accept the cats living in it. When Graystripe and Millie try to leave, she gives them one last hug before letting them go.


Large long-furred dog

"All right, all right! We were just curious! You don’t have to be rude."
— Large dog to Husker after he tells them to go away in Warrior's Refuge, page 84
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Description: large, long-furred brown-and-white dog with darker and lighter patches of color.[2]
Rank(s): Dog[2]

History

The dog moves in with the Twoleg family into what used to be Husker, Moss, and Splash’s housefolk’s house. When Graystripe tries to go outside to hunt, both dogs are released from the house and they chase him back to the barn. Later, when Graystripe is hunting mice in the cornfield, they are let out and start chasing Splash. Graystripe distracts them, and the two dogs chase him again, this time into an alley. Millie saves him by revealing she can speak to dogs. That night, when the dogs try to enter the barn, Splash uses the dog speak Millie taught him to make them leave. When Graystripe and Millie lead the Twoleg family into the barn, the dogs try to come in, but Husker deters them.


Small short-furred dog

"Please?"
— Small dog to Millie when she tells them she won’t run in Warrior's Refuge, page 50
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Description: small, short-furred white dog with brown patches and a collar.[2]
Rank(s): Dog[2]

History

The dog moves in with the Twoleg family into what used to be Husker, Moss, and Splash’s housefolk’s house. When Graystripe tries to go outside to hunt, both dogs are released from the house and they chase him back to the barn. Later, when Graystripe is hunting mice in the cornfield, they are let out and start chasing Splash. Graystripe distracts them, and the two dogs chase him again, this time into an alley. Millie saves him by revealing she can speak to dogs. That night, when the dogs try to enter the barn, Splash uses the dog speak Millie taught him to make them leave. When Graystripe and Millie lead the Twoleg family into the barn, the dogs try to come in, but Husker deters them.


Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 Revealed in Warrior's Refuge, page 35
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 Revealed in Warrior's Refuge, page 36
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