How do you handle pets in the bedroom?

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How do you handle pets in the bedroom?
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Thu, 06-11-2009 - 4:49am
Someone posted about their dog watching during sex and cracking up about it (sorry, forgot who you are!). Do you have pets that are allowed in the bedroom? Are they allowed on the bed? Do you kick them out of the room or just ignore them when you have sex? Any funny stories about pets interrupting sex?
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Thu, 06-11-2009 - 9:07am

Pets in the bedroom....


Our little girls are now 17 and 15yrs old, they have never been in our bed. they have thier own bed in the office, and they are in their bed at night with office doors closed so they can wonder around at night. We use to kennel them every night but when we moved into this new house and had a office and good place for them to be, we just moved thier bed there and took out the kennel.


yes at times they are around us when we are doing "it"! LOL! like on the couch but they have never done anything but lay on the rug and sleep! LOL! it has happen that they "needed" to go out while we were trying to get it on....but we didn't stop! LOL! poor things!!


PLUS our little girls are sooo little they could 'never' see us doing anything on bed! LOL!

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Thu, 06-11-2009 - 10:58am

When I was in college and dating a young lass, we were getting very involved in her bedroom when her roommates dog came in. We didn't notice until the dog passed gas .... That was sort of a mood breaker ...

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Thu, 06-11-2009 - 2:30pm
ROFL! I'll bet it was a mood breaker. Dogs can be SO critical and brutal in their timing. lol




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Thu, 06-11-2009 - 3:00pm
When W/we are getting ready to have sex, W/we put the cats outside the bedroom. My ex and I used to have sex with one of our cats on the bed. It didn't bother us or her. But Master and I are more....energetic....during sex and there are things that W/we don't want the cats to mess with: candle flames, lashes on the whip, etc. Otherwise, the cats spend the majority of their time on the bed.
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Thu, 06-11-2009 - 3:01pm

It might have been me that you were referencing. I mentioned a humorous incident with my dog Archie in this thread HERE recently. There have been a few moments where he has been inappropriate during our the intimate relationsions between me and my wife





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Thu, 06-11-2009 - 9:24pm

My critters own our house,

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Fri, 06-12-2009 - 3:58pm
They can watch, but they aren't allowed to participate.
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Mon, 06-15-2009 - 4:44am
Our cats aren't normally allowed on the bed because I can't sleep with them weighing down my blankets. But during the times that DF and I have got a little worked up, the black cat (prior to us getting the white one) would wake up out of his slumber on the bed, give us a dirty look, and then take off out into the hallway. He would eventually come back about half an hour after we were finished LOL.

 


 


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Mon, 06-15-2009 - 1:41pm

Our cats aren't fixed, sometimes they'll hump each other (both girls) when sex is "in the air." But I don't notice them once we get going. They seem to leave the room.


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Tue, 08-25-2009 - 1:15am

LOL our Fido is a large 60lb ball of energy that likes to get up on the bed and bark and jump around when things get er.. vigorous. We've had to stop and shoo her off at times even going so far as to baby gate the door.

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