Do you have animals that refuse to leave your bedroom while you have sex?

Do you have animals that refuse to leave your bedroom while you have sex?

kittycatgirl kittycatgirl
We have a cat that absolutely will not leave the bedroom and lays under then bed when we are going at it. Sometimes she tries to jump up and we have to push her off. I can't do much about it because she was abused by a former owner and I don't want to scare her by forcing her to leave her "comfort zone". Does anyone else have an animal that won't leave your bedroom?
Answers (public voting - your screen name will appear in the results):
I have pets but they don't stay in the bedroom.
DreamWolf , mpfm , Rossie , P'Gell , JessCee , Silverdrop , Badass , dbm6907 , Ms. Spice , indiglo , SeductivelyCute , klyte , Diabolical Kitty , John E W , potstickers
15
I don't have pets.
~LaUr3n~ , Gracie , ellejay , dhig , gone77 , Eliza , Nazaress , CaliGirl , Incendiaire
9
I have an animal that stays in the bedroom and it's annoying.
darthkitt3n , ladychristie , All His , Melan!e , winterseve , SecretToyLover2 , Rey
7
I have an animal that stays in the bedroom but it doesn't really bother me.
DreamWolf , All His , Shellz31 , Kissy , Nora , Hot'n'Bothered , js250 , richsam , Lover of Leather , Bethy Cassatt
10
Total votes: 41 (39 voters)
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02/21/2012
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DreamWolf DreamWolf
I voted for two, because O/our little preciousmutt just leaves by himself without having to ask him, but even when he happens to stay around in the first few moments before he figures out what is going on he never disturbs U/us... Poor baby always just goes elsewhere politely while W/we are busy, I bet he can't wait to come back when W/we are done, of course W/we always give him all the love in the world then, and he is happy as hell then... ~shakes her kittyears
02/21/2012
ladychristie ladychristie
We have a dog and he's a male who isn't fixed, he has been known to try and get in between us when we are going at it and once when I was on top...well lets just say I was done right then and there. When we have kicked him out of the room he stands at the door and whines. I have found he's scared of my wand so we put it on the bed and once he sees that he atleast stays on the floor, but I still feel like he's watching the whole time.
02/21/2012
All His All His
we have a cat who i hand raised and is very attached to me so he walways wants to be where i am, sometimes when he is in the room he just curls up somewhere and sleeps and that doesnt bother me. But occasionally ill look up and hes standing there watching us and its creepy
02/21/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
My Man and I follow the Pack Hierarchy Model of animal care. My husband is the Alpha, I'm the Alpha Bitch, our kids are the Juveniles and guests are treated with respect. The animals, as in a real Pack, are on the lower rung of the hierarchy, where pets actually feel the most secure.

If they are told to leave a room, they leave. IMO, allowing animals remain in the room while you and your partner are having sex isn't good for you or the animal. They know what you are doing, and in some cases, as with children, they may view the sex as something violent and become afraid, either that or they will feel that you aren't in charge, as they are allowed to be present during your most intimate moments. In well run packs, usually only Alphas are allowed to mate, and allowing animals to be INVOLVED in the process of sex (on the bed, in your face, whatever) can be unhealthy for you and the animal. Alphas make the rules, and make sure everyone else follows them. I think animals are happier when they are in a well organized and hierarchical home.

You are bigger than your cat, can't you put her in her crate while you have sex so she knows you are the Alpha? Otherwise she will assume she is, and that may not be the best for anyone Our bedroom is for the Alpha pair ONLY. The animals in our household are actually never allowed in there, not to mention would never be allowed in there while we sleep or have sex. They love their crates, feel safe in them and also feel safe in the knowledge that their Pack and it's Alpha Pair will take care of them. Animals who don't have a clear hierarchical structure often feel they need to take over the Alpha role, which is VERY stressful for them and not healthy for anyone in the home.

Taking charge is not going to harm your animal, it will only strengthen your bond with the pet.

Your mileage may vary.
02/21/2012
Silverdrop Silverdrop
My bf absolutely will not consider sex if the dog is in the room, but I don't bother putting her out if I'm just playing by myself. She generally doesn't pay attention.
02/21/2012
Badass Badass
My small dog does this to us sometimes, she was a rescue dog and also had been pretty badly abused. We do push her down and she has never resented us for it, she just wants some loving, but she has to learn that when we are loving each other, we won't be paying her attention.
02/21/2012
dbm6907 dbm6907
Luckily, I do not have this problem!
02/21/2012
Nora Nora
As a general rule, the animals vacate on their own. But, since the dog's bed is at the foot of the bed and she is very old, she occasionally just sleeps right through us having sex. If she wakes up, she gets up and leaves.
02/21/2012
Hot'n'Bothered Hot'n'Bothered
The dog usually stays and it's never really been an issue.
02/21/2012
ellejay ellejay
No pets, but I can imagine it might be awkward, haha
02/21/2012
winterseve winterseve
Our big dog likes to stay in and it's annoying. We try to lock her out but she sometimes can get in. Unfortunately she likes to whine and sometimes will bark or jump on the bed and try to bite limbs because she thinks we're fighting. Sometimes it's funny, sometimes it's painful. Definitely can't keep her in the room when I masturbate with a vibe, though. She tries to get at it and whines at it too.
02/21/2012
richsam richsam
Quote:
Originally posted by kittycatgirl
We have a cat that absolutely will not leave the bedroom and lays under then bed when we are going at it. Sometimes she tries to jump up and we have to push her off. I can't do much about it because she was abused by a former owner and I ...
I have an animal that stays in the bedroom but it doesn't really bother me.
02/21/2012
gone77 gone77
I don't have pets, but if I did it/they would not remain anywhere I don't want them to be. I will physically remove them. Animals are lower on the food chain, ergo as a human I am dominant to them. I wouldn't let an animal control a situation or inhibit my actions based on their "refusal."
02/21/2012
klyte klyte
Mine don't stay in my bedroom.
02/21/2012
Eliza Eliza
I don't have any pets, but they would absolutely NOT be allowed in the room when I am having sex if I did.
02/21/2012
Nazaress Nazaress
I don't have pets, unfortunately.

Well, there's kind of a pet here. We live with my boyfriend's grandmother and she has a cat but he's old and horrid and we don't let him in our room at all. He's a meanie.
02/21/2012
Diabolical Kitty Diabolical Kitty
I don't let my cat stay in our room. I close the door.
02/21/2012
kittycatgirl kittycatgirl
Quote:
Originally posted by All His
we have a cat who i hand raised and is very attached to me so he walways wants to be where i am, sometimes when he is in the room he just curls up somewhere and sleeps and that doesnt bother me. But occasionally ill look up and hes standing there ...
LOL that is pretty much what I experience!
02/23/2012
kittycatgirl kittycatgirl
It's interesting to see the range of responses. You can certainly tell who is an "animal person" and who is not! I can appreciate the whole Hierarchy idea, and to a point we do have something like that established. Just not THAT strict. We have 4 cats and 2 dogs, we each had animals before we met, so we are kind of a combined family. The cat that stays in the bedroom was literally beaten nearly to her death, placed in a cardboard box, and put in a river. She would have died had she not been rescued by two dogs, and then by a rescue group. They probably should have put her down, but they took the chance to try to get her better, and against all odds, she made it! I was her first owner after that happened, and when I met my fiance, he had a dog and 2 cats, so it was a big adjustment for her. She loves the dogs now, and deals with the other cats, but she rarely steps out of our bedroom. When she does it is only a few feet. I've been trying to encourage her to come out for 3 years, and she just doesn't want to. So to me, I don't see the point in traumatizing her by physically removing her. I have tried and she just peed on me cuz she was so terrified. So I just let her be. Animals have feelings too, and some are more sensitive than others. I would guess that you couldn't take a special needs child and put them in the living room while you have sex, so I don't really feel like I can do it to a special needs (emotionally) cat. We do have another cat that has kidney disease, and I don't let him come into the bedroom because he has a water fetish and knocks things over. But he is also not afraid of being in the rest of the house, so it's a big difference. Oh and neither of the dogs are allowed to be in the room for sex, but I do let the munchkin and occasionally the bigger one sleep with me. What can I say, I love my animals!
02/23/2012
SecretToyLover2 SecretToyLover2
Our dogs will not leave the room. I think they feel we are attacking one another or something.
02/23/2012
kittycatgirl kittycatgirl
Quote:
Originally posted by SecretToyLover2
Our dogs will not leave the room. I think they feel we are attacking one another or something.
Oh I forgot to mention that our dogs do sit outside the door and whine and bark if we get loud. But I yell "Go lay down!!" and they actually listen to me. If we play fight the dogs will nip at whoever they think is getting attacked
02/23/2012
Bethy Cassatt Bethy Cassatt
I have a cat that thinks it's nap time when my boyfriend and I start fooling around. She likes to sit on the bed, or sit on US when we're naked! Usually, we throw her off the bed, and after she lands in laundry, she changes her mind and nests there instead.
06/24/2012
Rey Rey
Have the same problem; 2 cats that refuse to move (hey, they ARE cats with cattitudes).
06/25/2012
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