Lunarskys hops dealicatly threw the large patches of catmint right outside the wooden post of a two-leg nest. She nipped them up gently. It was the only catmint she had found for a long time, since it was leafbare. While she trugged back through the forest, a thorn jabbed her foot. A strong smell of thyme floated from the bush next to her. She stopped and put down the catmint, quickly rushing over to the bush and crawling under it. Sharp thorns clawed her back and racked her face. She finally felt the leaves of the important herb and nipped at it carefully. Grabbing the steps in her jaws, she scrambled back threw the sharp thorns, leaving a tuff of fur behind her. As she scrambled free of them, she gathered the catmint and began checking every bush for herbs. By the time she was done, her pelt had a few tuffs of fur missing, but she had collected thyme,poppy seeds, borage, dandelion, cobwebs, and tansy. She gathered them all into a bundle and carried them back to camp.