Tinypaw looked to her mentor but smiled when he bumped her with his tail. Walking out of their den she moved to the front of the group and sat with her tail wrapping around her paws. Watching Skykit go to get his new name and mentor she smiled and was excited for him. IT wasn't so long ago she'd gone through the same ceremony. The little apprentice let out a purr when Skypaw and Brindeshade touched noses. It was exciting and she wanted to go over and bump shoulders with the new apprentice but then the little calico noticed their leaders eyes on them. Tilting her head she then looked to her mentor. At the order she nodded some. "Okay, Eelpond."
She agreed and turned to go back to the den.
It took a minute for her to get through the crowd of cats but she shook herself once through and slipped into the den. She was excited for the meeting tonight. Her first one! Her paw pads itched to get going but she knew Eelpond had to speak to Shadestar first. Carefully the young she-cat started to put the herbs away. Making sure not to crush any poppy's in her teeth or sink a tooth through a leaf. Putting them all back correctly, thanks to smell and sight she would then move out into the opening of the den. Looking up at the sky her ears went back some. Would that affect the meeting? She knew Eelpond said it was a long trip. Having to do it in the rain didn't seem very ideal. Looking back towards the Poolstone where her mentor and leader were last spotted she sighed and her tail twitched impatiently. None the less she'd wait there. A cat might want something. She of course couldn't give them anything yet but they could ask her and she'd go get her mentor.
The bi-colored faced cat purred when Cloudstep spoke and nodded in agreement. "Maybe he'll be less trouble now."
She commented but she had a feeling the kit was going to run his mentor ragged. Hopefully they would run him enough to not get in enough trouble. When Riversong came over to sit on the other side of Cloudstep, Brindleshade nodded to her in silent greeting before looking up to the Poolstone. Smiling she remembered her own ceremony and knew this was a big deal for the little kit, now apprentice. When Shadestar's eyes landed on her and spoke her name though the she-cat froze and blinked. Her? She was getting an apprentice? She looked at Cloudstep with a look of excitement and worry before she got to her feet and walked to Skypaw.
Once she got in front of him she leaned her head down and touched noses with her apprentice. As she did she'd purr at him. Pulling her head back she felt pride that their leader had picked her for this. "Well, Skypaw, I'll give you a choice in what to do. Would you like to make your nest in the apprentice den or shall I show you the territory?"
It did look like it was going to rain but she wasn't to worried about that. They would come back if it got to heavy. She had no plans on letting her apprentice get sick right after being named his mentor.