My problem is that Hunter's writing gets better in later books, but she/they run out of ideas and fall back on horrible cliches, or they just repeat what's already been done. This means, of course, that I can't realy enjoy reading Warriors anymore, for one thing or another. That annoys me, because I actually really liked them at first.
I am, for the record, an insane cat-lover (insane about cats, not mentally unsound). I know that cats don't really meow at each other, and that cats actually will come begging to Twolegs for pets and treats, so a lot of the behavior in this book is solely introduced for plot devices...that's okay, I guess, but again, it's cheap.
I still recommend them, though. There are good points to the series, and as I say, I did enjoy them once. There is a reason why so many kids adore them; it's just lost its charm for me.