Sex & Your Pets

Sex & Your Pets

Nashville Nashville
I notice that whenever my husband and I engage in any sort of sex act where our hormones are raging, our male cat tends to get extremely hyper- running around everywhere, nearly plowing himself into a wall. When we're washing up afterward we'll hear him downstairs "crying". He cries very loudly whenever he humps a blanket, this is something he's been doing for about 3 months now. At first we locked up the laundry room because he had a field day with freshly folded towels. But then he started humping the door mat, the rug by the stove, the bath mat, the blanket on our bed, literally, whatever he could find- and we eventually "gave in" by throwing an old throw blanket down at the back of the house to let him go crazy with. Poor me, I'm stuck washing the damn thing every week.

Do any of your animals act out when you have sex or masturbate? Do they get aggressive or horny? Do they become skittish or weird? Do you later find them rolling around on your dirty sheets? Do they like to WATCH?
06/07/2009
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Pumpkin Lady Pumpkin Lady
Quote:
Originally posted by Nashville
I notice that whenever my husband and I engage in any sort of sex act where our hormones are raging, our male cat tends to get extremely hyper- running around everywhere, nearly plowing himself into a wall. When we're washing up afterward ...
My cat seems like she wants to join in too. We were kinda weirded out that she was sniffing our faces while we were trying our best to ignore her. If she's not doing that she's trying to walk on us or won't stop chirping to get our attention. Boyfriend had enough of that so we lock her out of the bedroom, and she won't stop pawing at it until we're done and she can be let back inside.

Glad she doesn't try to fornicate with anything of ours, I'd be concerned! I wonder what it is with them.
06/07/2009
Backseat Boohoo Backseat Boohoo
In my experience, cats don't act funny, but they just kind of stare and watch. Two of my friends always lock their cats in the bathroom when they want to have sex, because otherwise, the cats stare and it unnerves them.
06/07/2009
Sammi Sammi
Our dogs are gated out of the basement when we have sex. They've been down a time or two, but they lay there and stare at us and it freaks me out. They wait by the gate and typically rush me when we come up to let them down - I think they're checking that I'm okay.
06/07/2009
DreamyLove DreamyLove
My cats don't seem to care. Just go about laying around, cleaning themselves and whatnot.
06/07/2009
Femme Mystique Femme Mystique
Cats I've had would usually stare and purr.
06/07/2009
Viv Viv
Neither my guinea pigs or my snake have ever seemed to notice or care. Although I had one guinea who would gweets really loudly whenever my fiancee undressed to get changed in the morning, but she didn't gweets at me. I think that guin' was trying to say she thought my girlfriend was hotter than me XD
06/07/2009
Rose Unlocked Rose Unlocked
Yeah I haven't had any problem with this that I know of but it sounds like it would be highly annoying.
06/07/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
MY cats watch. They also like to jump at moving body parts on blankets. Usually feet but I'd have them attach my hand during masturbation more time than once.
06/08/2009
Mamastoys Mamastoys
We have a 8 year old beagle. If hubby and I are anywhere in the house besides the bed, she could care less. But let us go to bed and even touch each other, she is right there. If she thinks we are going to do anything, she gets on his arm and tries to hump him. Then she gets all wound up and starts running around, jumping off the bed, and running through the house. With her age, she quickly winds down and lays at hte bottom of the bed until we are through, then she is ready to get on the bed and go to sleep.
The cat could care less. She sleeps in a carrier at night so she isn't int he bedroom when things get going.
06/08/2009
Liz2 Liz2
I keep my dog outside the bedroom during any sexual activity. I am very vocal, so he does bark...more of wanting to protect me. If he was in the room, I know he would jump us. He does get very jealous during our foreplay.
06/08/2009
Backseat Boohoo Backseat Boohoo
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Originally posted by Rose Unlocked
Yeah I haven't had any problem with this that I know of but it sounds like it would be highly annoying.
I don't think it's annoying so much as perturbing. It's really hard for me to use a vibrator when my cat is in the room (and she's my stalker, so she almost always IS), because she just stares at my crotch. O_o
06/08/2009
Miss Cinnamon Miss Cinnamon
His cat is a complete cuddle-ass, so we kick him out whenever we have playtime. He'll sit out there like a mournful little waif, meowing piteously for us to let him back in. I'm not sure that my cat would react as much. He's more of a stoic, I'll-only-cuddle-if-yo u-make-me type kitty.
06/08/2009
Naughty Student Naughty Student
I have a mini-rex rabbit in a cage (I let her out a few hours every day)and my boyfriend hates it when we are in an area of the appartment where she can see us having intercourse. It freaks him out bcs she stares but I couldnt care less. atleast she doesn't make a sound are attacks.
06/09/2009
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
My dog and cat go and sleep with the kids so I don't have to worry about them during sex. Sometimes if I've been especially vocal, like when the girls are spending the night with a friend, the cat rubs my ankles as if to reassure himself I'm ok.
06/10/2009
Purple Foxglove Purple Foxglove
Almost everytime I break out the vibrator, my cat decides it's cuddle time. She's really old, so I don't want to lock her out of the room or shove her off the bed, but it's definately perturbing and I have to relocate her to the end of the bed.
06/16/2009
Rossie Rossie
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Originally posted by Nashville
I notice that whenever my husband and I engage in any sort of sex act where our hormones are raging, our male cat tends to get extremely hyper- running around everywhere, nearly plowing himself into a wall. When we're washing up afterward ...
I have to lock my poodle out of the bedroom before we engage in sexual activities. He will stare, sniff, and run around the sides of our bed if he's in the room (thank goodness we've never taught him to sleep in our bed before!) From a dog's viewpoint, he probably thinks that mom and dad are fighting and mom is hurting - like my user name, I moan a lot! Once he's outside the door, he calms down quickly and usually just naps until we come out.
06/16/2009
Hannah Savage Hannah Savage
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Originally posted by Airen Wolf
My dog and cat go and sleep with the kids so I don't have to worry about them during sex. Sometimes if I've been especially vocal, like when the girls are spending the night with a friend, the cat rubs my ankles as if to reassure himself I'm ok.
That is too cute.

Whenever I'm in the mood to have some solo playtime my cat always seems to think that NOW is the time to be my snuggle buddy and NEEDS 110% of my attention. I have to lock him out of my room, but he will "run" incessantly at the door with his paws until I let him back in. It's definitely distracting, but it would be worse if he was trying to attack my toys or my toes mid-session.
04/28/2010
Gary Gary
Maybe our pets are just really smart and love to play practical jokes at the most inopportune times!
04/28/2010
Chilipepper Chilipepper
The dog (Maltese-Poodle) doesn't care what I'm doing - he's in the room but not on the bed when I start my own sessions. It's only when I cry out or get noisy in my climax than he runs over and gets in my face to find out if I'm hurting or not. Then he wanders off to his sleep spot until he's ready to come to bed to sleep.

Mulder had his dog (long haired chiahuahua) over a few times (it usually stays with his parents) while I was there. Magnet was very protective of 'daddy' and didn't want me near him - so the dog had to be shut out while we were busy. When he did let Magnet back in, the dog jumped up, sniffed from where he was sitting, then look up at Mulder with a hurt expression. Mulder usually said 'Yeah, you remember what that stuff was about before you were fixed. Don't look at me that way, you did your duty by the gene pool.'

My cats never cared, with the exception of a few eye-slitted looks of, 'Damned hairless monkey smells.'
04/28/2010
Luscious Lily Luscious Lily
Both my current dog and previous dog would insist on watching. They never made noise or intruded, they just... stared. It was unnerving.

My current dog does have one VERY disturbing habit. When my boyfriend and I are kissing (not having sex, just lots-of-sexual-tension kissing), he starts watching... then whips out a bright red doggy-boner. Every. Single. Time. Yeah, I know he's fixed, but it's still creepy. We love him anyway, though.
04/28/2010
Elodie Elodie
One of our cats tried to join us while we were "wrestling" at first. She got the idea and started leaving us alone pretty quickly though. Our primary cat has started doing her "I have captured this toy and am dragging it around for I am a might huntress" yowl at the most inopportune times lately.
04/28/2010
Gary Gary
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Originally posted by Elodie
One of our cats tried to join us while we were "wrestling" at first. She got the idea and started leaving us alone pretty quickly though. Our primary cat has started doing her "I have captured this toy and am dragging it around for I ...
We always tell our cats that we are 'wrestling' too!
04/29/2010
Jul!a Jul!a
One time my ex and I were making out hot and heavy at my grandma's house while she was out of town and I was watching her dog, well we had to stop to put the dog (toy yorkie) back in his play pen. The rest of the time until my ex left and for a few hours afterwards the dog just sat there humping one of his little blankets, lol
04/29/2010
CaitScott CaitScott
when we were newly weds, and our cat was young, and still un-neutered, he would always join us on the bed at play time. Sometimes during the heat of the moment, we would feel this little ball of fur settling between us, or between our knees, which made things rather uncomfortable, so we'd have to stop to remove him!!
On other occasions, he would 'attack' our thrashing feet, and bite which would throw a dampener on that moment! But at least we saw the humor in it all!
Sometimes I would be sitting watching tv or what not, and he would walk slowly up to me, grab a hold of my hand in his teeth (I thought he wanted to play at first) then start humping my arm..!

Since he's been neutered those games havae stopped. He just watches us now. Sits on a table or dresser and stares at us, if almost to make us feel guilty for committing such a crime against him by having his, um, 'fur balls' surgically removed...
06/08/2010
Alicia Alicia
Our pug is obnoxious. She tries to get in on the action and she's annoying as she'll sniff and try to just get involved. We usually lock her out but she's become aware of that intention and so when she sees us going for her to pick her up and remove her she will dive under the bed and get where we can't reach her. She will then come back out if we're back in the middle of things. So our options are either to push her off the bed (don't worry she's not hurt) each time or to stop and try to grab her. I usually stop and try to grab her but if she's especially quick and gets away it gets rally old after I dunno the THIRD time of stopping sex just to try to catch the dog.
06/08/2010
Blinker Blinker
Alicia, I've seen your pug stick her nose in your videos and she is ADORABLE!

I have 2 cats and the older cat, Weasel, doesn't seem to know or care when any sort of masturbation is going on (I live at home with my dad and there has never been sex in this house). My younger pussy, Dingo, on the other hand...she gets whiny if I close the door for privacy. She follows me around like a puppy constantly and I have to pick her up and kiss her to calm her down and she gets seperation anxiety. When I recently tried out my Pure Plug, I had no idea she was in my room. I put the plug in and laid on my back in bed, and I heard a rustling of papers...then this cat was on my belly meowing at me. MEER! MEER! MEEEEERRR!

"Uh...hi. What do you want?" Because I talk to my cats like they're people and for some reason wait for them to respond.

"Brrr."

She laid down on my belly and started snoring. I pushed her off and ran to the bathroom, removed the plug and cleaned it off, and put it up.

Cock-blocking brat!
10/22/2010
Hot'n'Bothered Hot'n'Bothered
Wow, is your cat fixed?? I've never seen a cat act like that.

Our dog pretty much stays out of the way....he sniffed DH once but that was about it.
10/22/2010
CheerfulLoner CheerfulLoner
Well, my pet snake is pretty duh even on her good days.

She doesn't seem to mind me enjoying myself, though since snakes can stare like no other creature on the planet, it can be mildly disconcerting having one slitted eye watching the main source of movement in the room...
10/24/2010
Unconventional Unconventional
My dogs are watchers...but my dachshund will try to lick your ass if you're not paying attention. Luckily he now has very jangly tags so we have fair warning...
10/27/2010
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