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    Senior Member evilrubberduckie's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poki View Post
    Why stroke a pet when you can stroke a woman? Confused by purpose of pet that a woman can't provide.
    Difference.

    A women will fuck you.

    A cat will do a adoringly adorable purring noise and kneed on your chest every time you are drifting to sleep at night and will stubbornly lay on your chest until you move or push it off.

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    A women kneading her claws onto your chest is weird.

    having sex with a cat is weird

    Ergo. Pets.
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    1. Do you like pets? If yes, continue

    I've always had pets as long as I was allowed to and whenever I have any power over it, I have a large dog... I ADORE pets (especially large dogs)

    2. What kind of pets appeal to you and why?

    I think I probably already answered that... larger dogs, because they are doggier than smaller dogs

    3. What do you expect from a pet?

    for it to like me and not eat my face off while I'm sleeping? what should I expect of a pet other than for it to be itself really?

    4. Describe your perfect pet

    dog over 70 lbs... happy to spend time with me and excited when I get home (meaning most dogs over 70 lbs really)

    5. Describe what kind of bond you'd want with a pet


    I'm not sure? owner/pet bond perhaps? Our dog is hideously spoiled and is probably treated more like a child in some ways than like a pet (by the man)... I mostly am just happy that he's a dog

    6. What kind of activity do you enjoy sharing with your pet

    exploring new areas, hanging out in the back yard... he enjoys playing tug/fetch with us, but we don't get nearly the joy out of it that he does since he tries to disjoint our arms conversely, he hates it if I take him jogging with me because he gets tired from running wildly back and forth and sniffing things and I'm still jogging

    7a. How often do you check on your pet's health and food bowl, aka physical needs?

    the dog's bowl is right where I'll trip over it walking through the kitchen and we pass the cats' bowl on the way to the bathroom, so they get checked several times a day... we even take them to the vet for checkups sometimes because I kind of assumed that animals are like people and that it's a good idea

    7b. And do you do that out of a sense of duty or is that part of the pleasure you gain from owning a pet?

    it's just something that you must do if you're a decent human who has a pet... not to care about/for it would be EVIL
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    1. Do you like pets? If yes, continue

    Can't live without 'em; life feels too faceless.

    2. What kind of pets appeal to you and why?

    Anything that looks cool, really. More of a cat person than a dog person, and even then I prefer things that I can guiltlessly keep in a cage (like, snakes and amphibians. They also require less feeding and are less emotionally needy.)

    Even then, I still really love cats and dogs, and even socialize with them first OVER other humans. Because it's harder to offend them...I guess?

    3. What do you expect from a pet?

    I expect to be entertained. If a pet is boring and/or dangerous, I am inclined to dislike it. For example, my parents have a detestable old Yorkie that is smelly and grouchy. Normally, this isn't enough to make me hate him...except he always manages to walk in front of my feet, as if deliberately trying to make me fall over. And he attacks pets I care about more than I do him. This is enough for me to feel like he has 'failed to meet my expectations'.

    4. Describe your perfect pet

    My perfect pet is one that looks sleek and cool, doesn't mind handling, yet is also low-maintenance; if you miss interacting with them for a day due to life catching up with you, they won't immediately take a downturn in physical/psychological health.

    I like sand boas, for this reason; they have all the perks of a snake, but they tend to be less pissy/nippy than other snakes. And they don't get so big that they can severely hurt you, even if they were to try.

    5. Describe what kind of bond you'd want with a pet

    I want to be more interested in it than it is me; reason being I get really annoyed when they want more from me than I can give them. I used to be attached at the hip to my cat. However, she's recently desired more attention and affection than I alone can give, which has become a major annoyance.

    However, I don't want a pet that it so disinterested in me that it doesn't want to interact with me.

    6. What kind of activity do you enjoy sharing with your pet

    I like watching movies with my animals, watching them while I smoke/chat with my friends, etc.

    7a. How often do you check on your pet's health and food bowl, aka physical needs?

    Daily/every six hours or more, depending on the pet. Things like snakes can afford to wait a day or so before maintenance,

    7b. And do you do that out of a sense of duty or is that part of the pleasure you gain from owning a pet?

    Sense of duty; I get a little pleasure out of making something dirty clean again, but that doesn't overpower my sense of disgust I get from having to deal with a possible mess. I DO enjoy watching my animals eat, though...

    I...hate dealing with mammal crap. Amphibian/reptile crap I can handle, if not barely. But mammalian crap is too similar to human crap for me to handle.

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