Pets in bed during sex?

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Pets in bed during sex?

Bignuf Bignuf
If you have pet's that sleep in your bed, do you kick them out of the room during your "play time", or do they stay in bed with you?

If they DO stay, do they ever "nose around" and get a little too personal...either where you are bumping parts, or do you open your eyes to find a wet nose in your face??? Does that ruin the mood or the moment ever?

Of course, if you throw them out of the room during that time, do you have to deal with whining or scratching at the bedroom door the whole time???

How do you handle the issue?
09/08/2011
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js250 js250
We trained our house dog to sleep on the floor and let her on the bed occasionally. He thinks it is a big deal to be on the bed.
09/08/2011
Ms. Spice Ms. Spice
absolutely not. when i'm going to have sex, my dog sits outside my room and waits till I'm done. he bitches and cries and scratches the door, but i think it's just plain weird for him to chill out with me while I'm enjoying myself lol
09/08/2011
emiliaa emiliaa
I have to kick them out! LOL The cat would for sure play with my feet whenever they move...that'd just be awful.

I know my ex-roommates' dog would always come up to me in the middle of sex if I left my door open even a crack, and just start licking my face and freaking out cause he didn't know what was going on. It was hilarious more than anything. XD
09/08/2011
P'Gell P'Gell
I would NEVER have sex in front of an animal. I don't think it's appropriate. Animals thrive on pheromones, they know what you are doing, and even sometimes will want to join in. That's just.... wrong.

We have always subscribed to the Pack Hierarchy Method of dog training (Cesar Milan is a good proponent of this method) and our dogs are crated at night, or when small children, people afraid of dogs or work men are in the house.

Our dogs are not allowed upstairs. That space is for the Alpha Pair and their Young. (That's Us and our kids!)They respect this authority and they actually live happily knowing they are in a Pack that takes care of them. They always know what is expected of them, what the rules are (because the rules are well laid out and consistently adhered to) and they feel safe, loved and at home. They would no more think of going into our bedroom while we were having sex than they would get up at night and fire up the BBQ!

We have never had any of the 5 or 6 dogs we've had over the years whine and/or scratch on doors when people are in those rooms. They learned as pups to not be afraid to be alone when necessary, and they know when a Human closes a door, they just have to wait.

Dogs aren't children, they are dogs. Train them well and with consistent effort when they are puppies and you will have little or no problems with them later. We have Malamutes (a seriously difficult breed to train, and strong as hell) and Labs. Labs usually want to please, Malamutes are usually more independent. We start loving training the day the puppy comes into our home. They always know what to expect and they know their Alphas and the Alpha's Young will always take care of them. Our pups are as sweet as can be, happy in their home and love their crates and the toys they are allowed to have in them. It works well for us.

We have never had cats, due to my allergies. So, I can't comment on them. I would still never allow them in the room during sex. I also think it's best for animals to learn self sufficiency so they feel good about themselves and not have to rely on their humans to be able to sleep. But, I don't know much about cats.
09/08/2011
Nora Nora
We do kick the cats off the bed for sex, but never have to shut the door. They "know" not to come back for a while if we toss them off after dark! The dog sleeps oblivious to the word on her bed and generally stays or leaves the room if we wake her up, lol.

If I play alone during the day, I kick the cats and dog out and shut the door. The dog waits patiently by the door until I open it, the same as she does for any other reason I may shut the door. The cats are more upset by having to give up their "warm spots", but will go find something else to do when kicked out.

We have never been interrupted by any of our animals...unless we are simply cuddling in bed, both cats want to cuddle smashed between our bodies!
09/08/2011
Ryuson Ryuson
Pets in the bedroom at all is a bad idea in my mind!
09/08/2011
padmeamidala padmeamidala
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Originally posted by Bignuf
If you have pet's that sleep in your bed, do you kick them out of the room during your "play time", or do they stay in bed with you?

If they DO stay, do they ever "nose around" and get a little too personal...either ...
We usually kick the cat out and she will sometimes scratch for a while but then give up and go away. She's a real pain about rope because she will try to play with it. lol.
09/08/2011
Beaners Beaners
We push the cats off the bed. We have an inside joke that our one cat is a voyeur. She's ALWAYS up on the bed. And our dog, while not allowed upstairs, is a total cock block. Whenever my boyfriend shows me any attention she's immediately RIGHT THERE.
09/08/2011
P'Gell P'Gell
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Originally posted by Beaners
We push the cats off the bed. We have an inside joke that our one cat is a voyeur. She's ALWAYS up on the bed. And our dog, while not allowed upstairs, is a total cock block. Whenever my boyfriend shows me any attention she's immediately RIGHT THERE.
LOL! A cock blocker. One of our dogs always tries to get between us, too. We had a Malamute years ago who was very attached to me, and she would howl and "talk" to my husband whenever he kissed me, or hugged me or anything. It was like she was bitching him out for touching me. He'd say, "Mama's mine!" and she's WHOOOOO at him.
09/08/2011
Red Vinyl Kitty Red Vinyl Kitty
I used to have major issues with having sex while the cat was watching. Not that I wouldn't do it.. But that I felt like I couldn't! It just felt like she was staring at me. >.<

Eventually, I had to get over that because it wasn't my house and she was allowed free rein. I got used to it though. She never trying to interfere, but would just stare at me with those big eyes. Watching.

Nowadays, we're down to one cat, and she's not too nosy when that stuff happens. We just politely shoo her out of the room, and she doesn't try to come back while we're playing.
09/08/2011
Beck Beck
Our cats stare at us. My one female even comes running over to me to see WTF when I am screaming. It is funny, she is my little kitty. They would not stay out of the room even if I did kick them out. Really does not bother me that they are in the room. Sometimes they are even on the corner of the bed.
09/08/2011
sktb0007 sktb0007
Our cat isn't in the room when we are intimate. We make sure she stays outside of the bedroom. It would be a big turn off to me since she would probably be curious and jump onto the bed lol
09/08/2011
Jul!a Jul!a
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Originally posted by Beaners
We push the cats off the bed. We have an inside joke that our one cat is a voyeur. She's ALWAYS up on the bed. And our dog, while not allowed upstairs, is a total cock block. Whenever my boyfriend shows me any attention she's immediately RIGHT THERE.
Lol, my husband is worried that the cat I want to get in the future will do almost the same thing. He'll go to start a mood, then the cat will jump up and be all adorable, and I'll start paying attention to the cat instead. I told him the solution was to get a second cat lol.
09/08/2011
Rossie Rossie
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Originally posted by P'Gell
LOL! A cock blocker. One of our dogs always tries to get between us, too. We had a Malamute years ago who was very attached to me, and she would howl and "talk" to my husband whenever he kissed me, or hugged me or anything. It was like she ...
Oh yeah, my poodle does pretty much the same thing, pushing his head between us when we hug. He's daddy's boy, I guess he must be thinking "what about me???"

My poodle knows when it's time to leave our room. On the night when I'm ready for some fun, I'll always bring a fresh glass of water into our bedroom for my husband. Whenever my poodle sees me holding that glass of water, he'll get up and leave our room. He never complains, just head over to my son's room instead.
09/08/2011
married with children married with children
no pets allowed in the house here.
09/09/2011
Rossie Rossie
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Originally posted by married with children
no pets allowed in the house here.
I remember you said your wife has a cat?
09/09/2011
slynch slynch
We have no pets so this isn't an issue for us.
09/09/2011
Illumin8 Illumin8
We have a cat, and we kick her out of the room.
09/09/2011
Anonymous.Brunette Anonymous.Brunette
Quote:
Originally posted by Bignuf
If you have pet's that sleep in your bed, do you kick them out of the room during your "play time", or do they stay in bed with you?

If they DO stay, do they ever "nose around" and get a little too personal...either ...
I put my cat out, she doesn't mind. She doesn't whine or scratch until about an hour or so later, if she hadn't fallen asleep already.
09/09/2011
toxie m toxie m
I have a cat, and I kick her out of the room if sexytimes are happening. I just don't want to have to think about where she is or what she's doing, I'd rather she be out of the way and not ruining my focus on having fun. It's totally unsexily distracting to be worrying over an animal or trying to keep her out of the way
09/09/2011
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