Herbs: Edit

Alder Bark Edit

Appearance: Brownish flake that comes from Alder trees

Location: Wet Areas

Usage: Chewed

Effect: Eases the pain of toothaches

Where to find them in AJ: Crystal sands

Alfalfa Edit

Appearance: Small, round, green leaves with white roots and purple flowers

Location: Thick soil

Usage: Chewed

Effect: Prevents tooth decay

Where to find them in AJ: Sarepia Forest

Aloe Vera Edit

Appearance: Thick, spiky leaves

Location: Nearby to water in damp soil

Usage: Chewed to a poultice

Effect: Heals burns and other skin conditions

Where to find them in AJ: The lost temple of Zios

Ash Tree Sprouts Edit

Appearance: Thin stems with round leaves

Location: Nearby to ash trees

Usage: Chewed into a poulitce and applied on a snake bite

Effect: Prevents the effects of venom

Where to find them in AJ: Appondale

Ash Tree Seeds Edit

Appearance: Downward-facing, hollow green leaves

Location: Ash trees

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Fights intestinal pain

Where to find them in AJ: Appondale

Aspen Tree Bark Edit

Appearance: Light gray bark with patterns that look like eyes

Location: Aspen trees

Usage: Chewed

Effect: Relieves stress

Where to find them in AJ: Sarepia forest

Belladonna Leaves Edit

Appearance: Oval shaped leaves

Location: Damp soils

Usage: Chewed

Effect: Calms down spasms and cramps

Where to find them in AJ: The lost temple of Zios

Birthwort Edit

Appearance: Purple mouth-shaped flowers on bowl-shaped leaves and pointed ends

Location: Damp soil

Usage: Chewed

Effect:Causes contractions, Starts kitting is delayed

Where to find them in AJ: The lost temple of Zios

​Beech leaves Edit

Appearance: Massive, broad leaves with pointed ends

Location: Near rivers and forests

Usage: Carries herbs

Effect: (None)

Where to find them in AJ: Sarepia forest or Crystal sands

Bindweed Edit

Appearance: A weed with white flowers with purple accents on top of the stem

Location: Almost anywhere

Usage: Binds sticks to broken limbs

Effect: Helps broken limbs to heal properly

Where to find them in AJ: Anywhere apart from Mt Shiveer

Blackberry leaves Edit

Appearance: Green leaves, the stems are covered with thorns

Location: Twoleg gardens, Damp soil

Usage: Chewed into a poultice apply to bee stings after they've been popped

Effect: Decreases the swelling of bee stings

Where to find them in AJ: Jamaa township or the lost temple of Zios

Blessed Thistle Edit

Appearance: Purple, poofy flower with a spiky, green base

Location: Sandy soils near shorelines

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Increases blood circulation

Where to find them in AJ: Crystal sands

Borage leaves Edit

Appearance: Soft leaves with purple flowers

Location: Around forests

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Helps a queen's milk circulate, Brings down fevers

Bramble twig Edit

Appearance: Thick, viney stems covered in many thorns

Location: Around dense forests

Usage: Chewed/crushed into a syrup then eaten

Effect: Helps a cat to sleep

Broken rosemary blooms Edit

Appearance: Thick, brown stem covered in leaves that resemble pine needles with purple flowers

Location: Sandy soils, Twoleg gardens

Usage: Chewed to a poultice

Effect: Eases eye pains & infections

Broom Edit

Appearance: Yellow flowers that grow on top of stems

Location: Dense forests

Usage: Chewed to a poultice

Effect: Mixed with comfrey roots to heal broken limbs, Applied for sprains or dislocations

Burdock root Edit

Appearance: Long brown substances with leaves showing above the ground that have wavy edges

Location: Dry, arid areas

Usage: Chewed to a poultice

Effect: Treats infected rat bites and prevents infection for rat bites

Burnet Edit

Appearance: Oval like leaves with pointed ends and jagged edges

Location: Dry, grassy soil

Usage: Eaten, Traveling Herb

Effect: Gives a cat strength and ebbs hunger

Buttonbush down Edit

Appearance: Sphere flowers with green balls in the center, it has long, white small flowers that branch out from all directions of the green sphere

Location: Marshy areas

Usage: Chewed

Effect: Helps with digestion & constipation

Catchweed Edit

Appearance: Long stems with soft burrs on the top

Location: Hedges in twoleg gardens, Wet areas

Usage: Burrs hold poultices to pelts, Can be de-thorned and crushed then eaten

Effect: Helps cats with constipation

Catmint Edit

Appearance: Leaf edges are jagged with pointed tips

Location: Twoleg nests & gardens

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Treats Whitecough, Greencough & Blackcough

Celandine Edit

Appearance: The flower has four thin petals with round, jagged leaves with pointed ends

Location: Rivers, Dense forests

Usage: Trickle the juice from the stem into the eye

Effect: Helps soothe a damaged or blurry eye

Chamomile Edit

Appearance: Small white flowers with a yellow powdery center

Location: Twoleg gardens, Grassy areas

Usage: Eaten, Traveling herb

Effect: Soothes the mind, strengthens the heart and gives confidence

Chervil Edit

Appearance: Fern like leaves with small white flowers

Location: Forests in cracks of rocks

Usage: Eaten, Applied to wounds as a poultice

Effect: Helps bellyaches, Eaten by queens during kitting, Helps infected wounds

Chickweed Edit

Appearance: Long stems with large leaves

Location: All around forests

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Helps Whitecough and Greencough

Note: (Catmint is preferred more than Chickweed, but it may be added to a mixture)

Cobnuts/Hazelnuts Edit

Appearance: Russet-brown nut with faint stripes

Location: On the branches of Hazel trees

Usage: Crushed then chewed into a paste

Effect: Ointment for skin conditions

Cobweb Edit

Appearance: White string like material

Location: Nicks in the forest, sometimes in corners of twoleg buildings

Usage: Pressed onto a wound, Wrapped, Applied like a bandage, Sometimes to clean minor messes

Effect: Stops bleeding, Used with bindweed to wrap a stick around a limb, Used as a bandage,

Coltsfoot Edit

Appearance: Yellow flowers with long petals

Location: Wet terrain

Usage: Chew the leaves to a pulp, Eaten

Effect: Soothes irritated pads, Cures kittencough and helps with abnormal breathing

Comfrey root Edit

Appearance: Long, black roots and flowers with large leaves

Location: Grassy areas with damp soil

Usage: Chewed with broom to a poultice, Chewed to a poultice, Woven into nests

Effect: Plastered onto broken limbs with broom, Soothes wounds, wrenched claws, stiff joints & irritated places

Crushed iris petals Edit

Appearance: Light purple flower petals

Location: Twoleg nests, Around water in sandy soil

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Soothes a kit's irritated throat, helps stimulate a kitting queens breathing during contractions

Crushed rose thorn Edit

Appearance: Spikes that poke from the rose bush stem, they are brown and cone-like

Location: Twoleg gardens, Wet sandy soil

Usage: Chewed to a paste

Effect: Covers a would to seal it

(Note: Be cautious of the prickly thorns!)

Daisy leaves Edit

Appearance: Feather-shaped leaves with wavy edges

Location: Most grassy areas

Usage: Chewed into a paste, Traveling herb,

Effect: Eases the pain of aching joints

Dandelion Edit

Appearance: Small flower with multiple small petals

Location: About everywhere, like a weed

Usage: Leaves chewed, liquid extracted from the stem

Effect: Leaves act as a pain killer, white liquid soothes bee stings

Echinacea Edit

Appearance: Fluffy orange with black middles and pink petals

Location: Moist soil, Sometimes around other colorful plants and flowers

Usage: Chewed into a poultice and plastered onto a wound

Effect: Eases infection

Eyebright Edit

Appearance: Jagged leaves with white flowers with a yellow center

Location: Meadows where snow is mostly common

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Soothes sneezing, eases watery eyes, soothes irritated throat

Oak Tree Sap Edit

Appearance: Foamy yellow substance

Location: In oak trees, they are common in most forests, mostly in moist areas

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Helps control Blackcough, but not cure it

Dock leaves Edit

Appearance: Leaves with rounded tips

Location: Forest areas, marshy soil

Usage: Chewed to a poultice and applied to the area

Effect: Soothes scratches, minor wounds and cracked pads

Dried Red Oak Leaf Edit

Appearance: Brown, dry leaves

Location: Under oak trees, most often in leaf-bare

Usage: Chewed into a paste and applied to a wound

Effect: Prevents infection

 Fennel Edit

Appearance: Thin grass looking plant

Location: Most likely dry soils

Usage: Eaten

Effects: Eases pain in a hips, prevents/stops vomiting

Feverfew Edit

Appearance: White flowers with curved petals and yellow centers

Location: On the banks of rivers, lakes and streams

Usage: Eaten,

Effect: Eases aches, chills and pains, eases fever

Ginger Edit

Appearance: Long, thin leaves with pointed ends

Location: Sandy soil

Usage: Eaten, chewed for juice

Effect: Treats coughs, juice swallowed for asthma

Goatweed Edit

Appearance: Plant with ovate leaves

Location: Around RiverClan territory

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Calms anxiety and grief

Goldenrod Edit

Appearance: Tall, with stems branching off with small, yellow flowers

Location: Flat, open areas

Usage: Chewed into a poulitice and applied

Effect: Helps large wounds heal nicely

Goosegrass Edit

Appearance: thick-stemmed, dark green grass stalks

Location: Flat, open areas

Usage: Layered

Effect: Used with cobwebs to keep blood from flowing out of the wound

Grass Edit

Appearance: Thin blades of green plants

Location: About everywhere

Usage: Wrapped

Effect: Used like bindweed to hold broken limbs

Heather  Edit

Appearance: Tall plant with small, light purple flowers

Location: Sandy, gravely soil

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Helps a kit digest by lining the stomach

Heather-nectar Edit

Appearance: Long stemmed plant with bell-shaped, pink flowers

Location: Shady areas

Usage: Swallowed, mixed

Effects: Helps with swallowing, sweetens mixtures without them losing quality

Honey Edit

Appearance: Golden, sticky, thick liquid

Location: Bee hives

Usage: Eaten, applied on skin conditions, sweetens herbs,

Effect: Soothes sore & irritated throats, mixed with aloe vera used for improved effect on skin,sweetens mixtures without losing quality, helps with swallowing

Hops Edit

Appearance: Leafy, green, pine cone-like herbs

Location: Tall plants in clay soil

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Calms nerves and anxiety

Horsetail Edit

Appearance: Tall grass with brown rings around it

Location: Marshy areas

Usage: Chewed to a poultice

Effect: Slows bleeding, Keeps out infection

Ivy leaf Edit

Appearance: Leaves that look similar to a star

Location: Dense plant populated areas

Usage: Stores herbs

Effect: (None)

Juniper berries Edit

Appearance: Small, purple/blue berries that grow in bunches on prickly bushes

Location: Dry & Damp soils

Usage: Eaten

Effect, Calms nerves, Eases bellyaches, Helps with breathing troubles

Lamb's ear Edit

Appearance: Soft lamb ear-like leaves, faint green colored

Location: Mostly mountains

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Calms and gives a cat strength

Lavender Edit

Appearance: Green stemmed flower with tall petals

Location: Most likely sandy and gravely areas

Usage: Eaten, Rubbed on pelt

Effect: Treats fever and chills, covers the scent of death

Lotus roots Edit

Appearance: Thick, light brown roots with star shaped markings with a pink flower wither yellow spikey centers

Location: Ponds

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Keeps cats awake

Mallow leaves Edit

Appearance: Fan-like green leaves

Location: Near shores

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Eases bellyaches

Marigold Edit

Appearance: Puffy, half-sphere yellow & orange flowers

Location: Near water

Usage: Chewed to a poultice and placed on wounds

Effect: Heal/drives out infections

Mint Edit

Appearance: Small jagged leaves

Location: Twoleg gardens and forests

Usage: Rubbed on a pelt, Chewed

Effect: Hides the scent of death, Cools nasal passages

Parsley Edit

Appearance: Tall stems with green leaves

Location: Moist soils

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Eases bellyache, Drys up a queen's milk

Poppy seeds Edit

Appearance: Small gray seeds

Location: Forests

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Fights pain, Helps a cat to sleep, Calms a cat's nerves

Ragweed Edit

Appearance: Pointed leaves branching from a stem

Location: Mountains

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Gives a cat strength

Raspberry leaves Edit

Appearance: Looks similar to blackberry leaves but more lighter green

Location: Mostly in fertile soil

Usage: Chewed

Effect: Helps a kitting queen/Reduces bleeding during kitting

Rosemary Edit

Apperance: Bunches of purple flowers

Location: Forests

Usage: Rub on the pelt

Effect: Hides the scent of death

Ragwort Edit

Appearance: Yellow flowers with puffy centers and spread out, pointy petals

Location: Cool areas with much rainfall in wet soil

Usage: Mixed with juniper and eaten

Effect: Eases the pain of aching joints

Saffron Edit

Appearance: A medium-sized purple flower

Location: Thick clay soil

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Makes cats go unconscious

(Note: Make sure to use it for amputation)

Shock root Edit

Appearance: Small green plant with green leaves

Location: Damp soil

Usage: Eat the roots

Effect: Reboots the nervous system after a cat has been poisoned or recently had a blackout

Skullcap Seeds Edit

Appearance: Tall plants with purple, bell-like flowers

Location: Grassy meadows with dry soil

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Gives a cat strength

Snakeroot Edit

Appearance: Bunches of small, white flowers

Location: Warm/humid areas

Usage: Chewed to a poultice and placed on adder bites

Effect: Prevents/drives out poisonous effects

Snapdragon seed Edit

Appearance: Tiny, red/brown seeds

Location: Flowers grow in grassy areas

Usage: Chewed to a poultice

Effect: Plastered on an area to clear ringworm

Sorrel Edit

Appearance: Slightly wavy leaves

Location: Twoleg gardens, Sandy soils

Usage: Eaten alone, Traveling herb

Effect: Causes hunger

(Note: Never eat them alone!)

Sticks Edit

Appearance: Brown limbs from trees

Location: Anywhere trees are

Usage: Bit on, held in place

Effect: Distracts kitting queens from pain, holds broken limbs in place

Stinging nettle Edit

Appearance: Long, jagged leaves with small, white flowers

Location: Forests

Usage: Chewed to a poultice, Seeds are eaten, Chewing the stem, Eaten

Effect: Placed on swollen wound to ease the swelling, Rids poison, Fights intestinal infection, Fights allergies

Sweet-sedge Edit

Appearance: Tall grass with corn-like flowers

Location: Near water shores

Usage: Eat the sap from the flowers

Effect: Eases intestinal infection

Tansy Edit

Appearance: Fluffy, dark yellow flowers

Location: Cool/cold areas

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Helps coughs

Thyme Edit

Appearance: Thick flower-shaped leaf

Location: Warm, sunny areas

Usage: Chewed

Effect: Calms a cats nerves, Used for shock

Tormentil Edit

Appearance: Flower-shaped leaves with yellow flowers

Location: Twoleg gardens, Cool shaded areas

Usage: Chewed and applied to a wound

Effect: Good for treating wounds, Extracts poison from wounds

Watermint Edit

Appearance: Tall stems with poofy, light purple flowers

Location: Streams, Wet soil

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Eases the pain of bellyaches

Wild garlic Edit

Appearance: Small white plant

Location: Forests

Usage: Rolled in/Rubbed on

Effect: Prevents infection from rat bites

Willow bark Edit

Appearance: Rough, gray bark from a willow tree

Location: Twoleg places

Usage: Chewed, Trickled into the eye

Effect: Eases pain, Helps bring sight back or soothes a damaged eye

Willow leaves Edit

Appearance: Long, green leaves with pointed ends

Location: On willow trees in twoleg places

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Keeps a cat from further vomiting

Wintergreen Edit

Appearance: Leaves similar to lambs ear

Location: Sandy soils

Usage: Eaten, Chewed into a juice

Effect: Treats intestinal poisons, Placed on wounds to help them to heal

Windflower sprouts Edit

Appearance: White flowers with green centers, and white pollen around middle

Location: Rocky soils

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Helps an expecting she-cat with cramps

Yarrow Edit

Appearance: Small white flowers with small yellow flower bunches in the center

Location: In & around rocks

Usage: Eaten, Chewed to a poultice

Effect: Causes cats to vomit up toxins and poisons, Plastered on cracked/sore pads

Yerba Santa Edit

Appearance: Bush with thin twigs leading up to small light purple flowers

Location: Coastal redwood forests

Usage: Leaves eaten

Effect: Eases breathing to a comfortable level, Levels the amount of mucus in the lungs

Treatments & Major Procedures Edit

Pregnant She-Cat Edit

While she's pregnant:

  1. No hunting/fighting/patrolling
  2. Must eat fatty foods & healthy foods
  3. Must be given attention at all times
  4. Feed them Windflower Sprouts for cramps during pregnancy
  5. Let them rest in shallow water, check for water currents first
  6. Feed them crushed iris petals when the kits are growing/kicking

Information you must know:

A queen's pregnancy usually lasts around 62-68 days

If the pains start to become worse, that can be a note that the she-cat is about to be in labor


  1. The queen will need some space, only allow cats the queen wants to be in the den
  2. Prepare the area with dry moss
  3. Have wet moss nearby for the queen to drink
  4. Prepare Rosemary Leaves, Borage Leaves, and Crushed Iris Petals
  5. Have the queen lay on the moss and consume some Crushed Iris Petals until her first contraction
  6. When the first contraction happens, give the queen a thick stick for her to bite on, tell her to pant in her breathing and to continue pushing
  7. When the first kit is born bite off the membrane sac and start to lick it's chest to enable it to breathe. Repeat for each kit
  8. After all the kits have been born, nudge them towards the mother's belly and feed the queen the mixture
  9. If the queen has the strength, let her move to the nursery and stay there for a couple days to regain her strength.

Broken Limbs Edit

Sign of a broken bone:



Fractured Feeling-

Can't Walk-





Leg Edit

  1. Reduce the cat to be walking as much as possible
  2. Allow the cat to lay down
  3. Rest the broken leg on dry moss
  4. Feed the cat bramble twig sap
  5. Once the cat falls asleep, position the bone until it doesn't feel quite fractured
  6. Hold the leg straight
  7. Hold a stick on the side then wrap cobwebs and bindweed around it
  8. When the cat wakes up feed them dandelion leaves, lambs ear and chamomile.
  9. Don't let them go on patrol or battle for approximately 2 moons

Ribs Edit

  1. Feel the cat's side and locate which rib bone is fractured
  2. Feed the cat saffron
  3. Once the cat goes unconscious, use a sharp rock and rip though the fur and skin tissue
  4. Use a clean claw to remove the broken off rib bone
  5. Fix the remain bone so that it may not injure any organ/skin
  6. Hold the skin as close as possible and apply a mixed paste of: Wintergreen, goldenrod, horsetail and dried oak leaves.
  7. Apply cobwebs and goosegrass on the paste.
  8. When the cat awakes feed them lotus roots, skullcap seeds and lambs ear


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