Sunday, October 26, 2014

Spanko Brunch 2.0 #43

The coffee's hot, so pour yourself a cup and take a seat (if you are able, that is). Many of us have animals in our lives - dogs, cats, birds, horses and other beloved pets. Their welfare is important to us, and they are part of our families.

What do your animals think of your spanking activities. How do they react? Do they interfere, join in, or just ignore it?

Leave your reply as a comment, and once everyone has had a chance to respond I will publish your thoughts in an upcoming post.

From Hermione's Heart

14 comments:

sixofthebest said...

I am sure many a pet, if they could talk in our language would say "The CATS MEOW. HOT DOG. MAKES HORSE SENSE. A BIRDS EYE VIEW. etc.

Simon said...

I don't have any pets but years ago I visited a Mistress who had a cat. Normally it wouldn't pay any attention to what we were up to. One day though I was tied naked to the bed,face down and Mistress had disappeared somewhere. The cat came in and decided that it would climb onto me and go to sleep, I just had to lie there as motionless as possible as I was terrified that if disturbed it would stick its claws into my already very sore bottom.When Mistress re-entered the room she burst out laughing which disturbed the cat who ran off, thankfully without sticking its claws in. We decided that cat bondage was probably not something that we would make a regular part of our sessions.

Downunder Don said...

I think that Jett, our rescue dog, has been subject to some sort of abuse before we got him. Consequently if there is ever a raised hand or angry word he totally freaks out. Because of that he gets a treat and is quietly locked out if there is any spanking activity happening

Minelle Labraun said...

If we are in the Living Room the dogs may try and go for either of us. No teeth just plenty of aggression. They aren't sure who to protect!

mostly mouse said...

We don't play around with the dogs around. Both are very protective and we never want to undermine that.

That's also because we go pretty far beyond spanking :)

abby said...

The cat does not like to be in the same room we are playing in. If we choose a room she is already settled in, she gives us a 'look' as she saunters out.
hugs abby

Baxter said...

Our Samoyed runs away to the furthest part of the house when my wife starts spanking me. Or the rare time I spank my wife. the dog was abused prior to our rescue-adopting him so it is probably a natural response.

Baxter

Anonymous said...

I'm happy that i don't have any pets.

Anonymous said...

Love having coffee and listening to others comments on pets. I wonder if one had a pet that watched one being spanked would that be something like your sister-in-law or mother-in-law watching? We don't have any pets so I can't add to the comments.
archedone

ronnie said...

No pets now but when we had our German Shepherd we had to lock her away in another room as she was very protective.

Love,
Ronnie
xx

Anonymous said...

D had left me, tied over a low stool, my bare bottom really smarting from a good slippering he had given me. Then I realised that our dog, Jack was in the room; he came over to me, and started licking my burning cheeks; his gentle wet tounge had a magic soothing effect. I purred with pleasure, and even more so when a wet cold nose started to probe between my cheeks. I was getting very excited, when D came back, took Jack away, and finished the job himself . S.

Roz said...

We have two cats and as Abby said, they usually don't like to be in the same room and give us a look before leaving.

*Bonnie* said...

Love this question! We have two dogs and their reaction is very different. Our little dog leaves the room quickly at the first sign. Our other dog is a boxer and he's totally into it. He loves to watch and often tries to join in.

Dana K said...

My male dog is very protective of me so he has to be put out when a spanking is due. He will bark at Steve, try to bite at the implement or wedge himself between us. On one occasion, he even laid down across my butt to protect it.

My female dogs and the cat, on the other hand, just ignore it.