My short story "Familiar" is written in the third person limited point of view, because it is told by a narrator who is not a character in the story, but who does provide insights into the main character. We only gain insight into Willow's thoughts, but we do not know what the other character, the little girl, is thinking.
This story is about a witch's familiar spirit who takes the form of a black cat. This very short story follows Willow, the familiar, as she finds her way to a young witch's house. In this story, familiars can be seen as mentors for new witches who help the young witches to learn how to use their newly-discovered powers.