Through The Eyes Of Night
In a world where hierarchy means safety, a group of cats break of equality. . . .
There is a town far away, surrounded by forests where house cats are all drawn. After the disappearance of their humans, they seek peace and freedom. But in order to embrace this freedom that they seek, they must band together with the feral's and strays that live there and become one. But can cats from such different backgrounds truly put aside their differences?
But as the house cats slowly begin to settle into their newfound freedom, a hierarchy rises under a leader who believes house cats should have nothing to do with feral or stray cats. But inside this newfound group, cats learn the very darkness of their leaders ambition and escape to a refuge far away, but are they really safe?
Speckle, a former house cat, knows there's something wrong about this whole hierarchy and learns of the plans for her unborn kits, frightened she escapes with four others, each wanting to live their lives in peace together without violence, but nothing is ever so easily gained. As she and her friends take refuge in a barn far away on the moor, they learn that they are not so different then their wild relatives, and become determined to prove that all three sides can live peacefully together.
But the small Allies need to watch their step, because the hierarchy's leader has more power then they think. And just when they think they have a chance to stand and fight, the unthinkable happens, leaving Speckle and her Allied group to wonder if they are really safe beyond the fences of their heritage.