I know that not everything is perfect but I was wondering how I can let a Pokemon's POV heavily impact readers. I written one before on a Shuppet Doll that was forgotten all the time but caring but I'm doing something different.
I'm doing one based on an Electrike that got caught by a rookie trainer, and it started off by the Electrike describing her peaceful days at Route 110. Then after she gets caught by that arrogant boy, she describes the way he treats her and his Pokemon as in battle style. But she's behind from the rest of the Pokemon who evolved earlier than her and she keeps losing.
And the trainer punishes her by tying her to a tree, not giving her food and getting slapped occasionally by his gloved hand. Only his Blaziken would protect Electrike. At the end where Electrike loses in the Pokemon League, she gets released at the end and a trainer takes care of her happily.
But the thing is, how do I make this more interesting, since I'm doing this in Electrike's POV? Because doing it in a Pokemon seems different, like if I'm not exactly that Electrike. And I know that these type of plots that include getting abused by a trainer is overused but is it good for it to be this way?