Great Book Series, but can be quite violent.
Warriors is a very enthralling book series that, once you start reading, you won't be able to stop! It stars with a "Kittypet" (The term used to describe cats living with humans) named Rusty who ventures past his fence and into the wild (Hence the title of the first book). From there, so much more happens that will leave you eager for more. But, some of the events are very violent. Just because there are cats does not mean the series is a childish one. In each battle, at least one cat is left with a bloody wound, and most include cat death as well. Cats have lost their lives to... infected rat bites, bulldozers, getting run over by cars, being drowned, blood loss while giving birth, vicious battles, being crushed by trees, etc. Oh, and you better believe that fictional cat death can be tearjerking at the least. There is also a fair bit of romance and forbidden love (no mating content, though). In the latest series, there is some abusive themes too; a rogue cat named Darktail drowned a cat's only friend as punishment to them for trying to leave his cruel band of cats. There is also a bit of religion; StarClan is like cat Heaven and the Dark Forest is cat Hell. Some cats believe, some don't. There is no swearing, but I assume the words the cat used are akin to our curses - in Mapleshade's Vengeance when she said, "... they're Mouse-Brained, Bat-Blind and Fox-Hearted!" her kitten replied by saying, "Those are bad words! You're not supposed to say them!" So that's about it; Warriors is a great book, but by no means for little kids.