Warrior Cats

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ellahandke
Several dogs fall over a cliff and drown when *Bluestar* leads them to a cliff.
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atiredbee
So many times, yes
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Lunarwavethekawaiipotato
There is only horses in the horseplace and they are never a part of any fights that the clans get into
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Does an animal die?
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reapertaletrash
pretty much often cats are hunting to eat (its mostly mice squirrels and etc through) or mention to hunt someone
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Sylviethesmol
The cats must hunt to eat, but that's not really abuse
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thinmintsandmilk
While very rare, it does, in fact, happen to some cats.
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graywolf2010
Alderheart and Ravenpaw both suffer from anxiety. Violetshine has an anxiety attack after being reminded of Needletail in Lost Stars.
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Plipplopcountess
Usually harmless, sometimes used as prey
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graywolf2010
House cats, or kittypets, are looked at with disdain for being overweight.
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Bella Isabela
The spirits of their ancestors always visit the cats in the books, sometimes they fight!
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Hooligan
While it was an accident, two siblings end up becoming mates. There's also other accidents where two cousins will become mates, but it's never mentioned they're cousins or related at all.
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Plipplopcountess
Honeyfern gets bitten by one
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Plipplopcountess
Harmless
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RadioZap777
While no car /crashes/ come to mind, some characters are killed after being hit by a car (referred to as monsters" by cats in the book).
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Plipplopcountess
Rainflower bashes her head against a rock
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thinmintsandmilk
While the other comment mentioned Snowkit I'll mention other young cats who have died. -big spoilers- Mosskit- dies due to exposure Sweetpaw- dies of food poisoning. Tiny Branch- dies due to blood loss after a fox bite. Mintkit and Marigoldkit- die due to early training (not a fox, as stated in Yellowfang's Secret.) Willowkit and Minnowkit- die due to greencough Morning Whisker- dies of sickness Tadpole- drowns in a flood
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LenLee
There are a few cats with kittens or apprentices that do die, but most of the cats either don't have kits or their kits are grown.
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graywolf2010
Bright Stream is carried off by an eagle while expecting kits in The Sun Trail.
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mousekat
Confirmed LGBT cats (Tallstar, Ravenpaw, ect) and cats commonly thought of to be LGBT (Redtail, Blackstar, Rowanstar, ect) die, as the books take place through several years. No characters are killed for being LGBT, many die from old age or natural causes; but some die in battle.
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graywolf2010
Cinderpelt, Cinderheart, and Jagged Peak all suffer broken legs. Briarlight and Frog suffer broken spines. Clear Sky breaks his tail in three places in Path of Stars. Finleap’s tail breaks so badly in Darkest Night that it has to be amputated. Snowbird breaks her paw in The Silent Thaw.
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Plipplopcountess
It is implied Mapleshade was cheated on
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oopsie
There is, though, self-sacrifice of Bluestar that is very close.
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Plipplopcountess
Mapleshade's kits, Bluestar, and some others
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Plipplopcountess
Smokepaw, and some others
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Plipplopcountess
Minor
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graywolf2010
Shadowsight is epileptic.
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Emma Rose
The word cancer" may not be used in-text, but a minor character in the prequel SEs, Tawnyspots, has "a lump in his belly" that slowly kills him, and the authors have stated out-of-universe that it was stomach cancer.
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Plipplopcountess
Several kits are stillborn
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Lunarwavethekawaiipotato
If you consider healing herbs drugs then yes, infact, they do
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Plipplopcountess
Typically used to save lives
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Plipplopcountess
These are cats
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graywolf2010
Violetkit/paw is neglected by her foster mother (Thunder and Shadow). Stormkit, renamed Crookedkit, is rejected by his mother after breaking and disfiguring his jaw (Crookedstar's Promise). Thunder is rejected by his father, Clear Sky, as a child after losing his mother and siblings (The Sun Trail). Spottedleaf’s Heart focuses on CSA (child sexual abuse) between Thistleclaw, a grown adult, and Spottedpaw, a child younger than Thistleclaw’s son.
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mrpopcorn
In Tallstar's Revenge, Talltail's father, Sandgorse and Leafshine, who died before the story begins die to a tunnel collapsing. It's also hinted that this happened various times before which led to the closure of the tunnels.
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RadioZap777
While I do not recall characters being burned alive, at least one dies from inhaling too much smoke in a fire (the specific death that comes to mind is in Rising Storm. If you want to know who (spoilers, though!), it is Yellowfang.)
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LunerWolf421
LITERALLY EVERY OTHER CAT GETS HIT BY A CAR
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mrpopcorn
In Into the Wild, Brokenstar kidnaps Frostfur's kits. It's also possible that he kidnapped more before them.
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graywolf2010
Bramblestar becomes possessed at the end of Lost Stars.
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Sylviethesmol
In Spottedleaf's Heart, a super edition (and book neglected by most of the fandom) it shows a slightly disturbing relationship between an adult and child, and although nothing actually happens, the adult does try his best to get into a relationship with the child although fails.
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Plipplopcountess
Ashfur is
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graywolf2010
Darktail’s cult (The Kin) tortures Needletail by what is essentially waterboarding after starving her for days. Clear Sky starves Jackdaw’s Cry while holding him hostage in The First Battle.
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mousekat
The underground tunnels in the Omen of The Stars and Power Of Three arcs can be very claustrophobic.
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RadioZap777
While lots of characters suffer injuries with lots of blood, one specific death is very worthy of the gore warning in The Darkest Hour. If you want specifics of the injury (stop reading if not!), he is clawed throat to tail along his belly and loses all nine lives at once since the injury is so severe. There might be worse, but this is the first that comes to mind.
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ManSUCC
There are multiple graphic depictions of childbirth and a lot of mildly less graphic depictions.
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strawberrypengwu
lots
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graywolf2010
Turtle Tail and Bumble are both in abusive relationships with Tom in Thunder Rising. The Imposter emotionally and eventually physically abuses Squirrelflight in The Silent Thaw.
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mousekat
Three cats come to mind-- Brightpaw is attacked by dogs and her face is mutilated. She loses an eye and part of her ear, but she lives. Longtail goes blind after a rabbit scratched his eyes, but he is alright and retires early. Brokenstar is blinded by another cat as punishment for the atrocities he committed throughout his time as leader.
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mousekat
Cats occasionally complain about torn or ripped claws after battles, but nothing is explicitly stated about how the injured paws look.
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oopsie
Often there is hate speech against cats of half-Clan, rogue, loner, or kittypet birth.
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Plipplopcountess
This is a book.
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