* [[HeterosexualLifePartners Barley and Ravenpaw]] are two toms that live together in an abandoned barn, having little interaction with other cats. When they do see other cats, they act like a married couple. The amount of HoYay between them can get pretty surprising, considering it's a series for pre-teens about talking cats. Even fans that ''hate'' male/male pairings ship these two, or at least recognize the possibility. That's saying something.
** It's also worth noting that the author once said that she envisions Ravenpaw and Barley like a married couple. And once remarked that they are perfectly happy without any girls to boss them around. Yeah.
* Darkstripe's idolization of Tigerstar would probably count as well. He literally [[spoiler:follows Tigerstar to the grave]], and the one time he refuses to go with him, right after Tigerstar's betrayal of [=ThunderClan=], it's because he was jealous of the fact that Tigerstar was sharing his plans with Brokentail instead of himself, Darkstripe.
* Poolcloud and Nettlespot's relationship in "Yellowfang's Secret" contains quite a bit of [[LesYay Les Yay]].
* Firestar/Graystripe; there is so very, ''very'' much of it, the final chapter of ''Forest of Secrets'' being ''especially'' noteworthy
* Firestar/Whitestorm, as Whitestorm constantly stands up for Firestar, and we are often told how much Firestar respects Whitestorm.
* Brambleclaw/Hawkfrost. Brambleclaw jeopardizes his relationship with Squirrelflight because he spends too much time with Hawkfrost. And then when things get patched up between them, ''he still meets Hawkfrost in secret''.
* Lionblaze/Stormfur, which starts with Lionblaze thinking that he likes Stormfur, and then eventually culminates with a Jayfeather detecting a rush of warmth and a strong bond between them.
* Fallen Leaves/Jayfeather ("I could not leave you here to walk alone, when you walked with me like a brother.")
* Kestrelflight/Jayfeather, especially as Kestrelflight isn't particularly surprised to see [[EroticDream Jayfeather in his dreams]].
* Purdy/Sol: Purdy stands up for Sol ''all the time'', plus they lived alone together for a while...
* The books can really read as if Hollyleaf was in love with both Cinderheart and Willowshine.
* Leafpool has some {{Romantic Two Girl Friendship}}s with Sorreltail, Mothwing, and Cody that can easily be seen as this.
** Mothwing also has ''massive'' amounts of LesYay right back at Leafpool, as well as some with Willowshine and possibly even Leopardstar.
* Ah, let's face it, there is HoYay ''everywhere'' in ''Literature/WarriorCats''. Not in the least because the fans interpret every single [[HeterosexualLifePartners same-sex friendship]] this way.
** Hey, TruthInTelevision: Some cats are just extremely cuddly.
** Hilariously, the authors have said that the only "serious" topics they won't cover, because "they won't fit into the ''Warriors'' world very well," are [[DrugsAreBad drugs]] and...homosexual relationships. Uh, guys, I hate to break it to you, but...
*** What the authors meant, probably, was that they wouldn't write {{Gayngst}} or get tied up in plotlines like 'Oh, I love him! But he's a tom! ''How can this be''!'. As shown by Kate Cary's recent confirmation of [[WordOfGay Tallstar/Jake]] as canon, they're fine with portraying homosexual relationships, but they don't want to use homosexuality as a source of drama or discuss it in canon.
* Blossomfall gets a lot with both Ivypool and Dovewing. This is especially notable in ''Sign of the Moon'' seeing the excitement she displays when Dovewing becomes a warrior (because now they can spend more time together) and when she and Ivypool go on a walk in the tunnels.
* Shrewtooth and Sharpclaw from [=SkyClan=]. Shrewtooth's constant drive to please Sharpclaw can be read as love.
* Tallstar and Jake in ''Tallstar's Revenge''. They have a lot of physical contact, especially considering that platonic friends touch a lot less in recent books, Talltail loves Jake's son as if he were his own, and [[spoiler:when he receives his nine lives, Tallstar even says that he loves Jake.]]
** It helps that one of the Erins has stated that Tallstar never took a mate or had kits and that [[spoiler:when he dies Jake is the one to guide him to [=StarClan=] when with most other cats it's a mate or family member.]]
** Not to mention that one of the Erins stated that the reason Tallstar never took a mate was because "his heart always belonged to his Jake."
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