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Pets on bed

My pets don't know the difference between my girlfriend and a bunch of pillows under the sheets.

I have discovered some people don't let their pets in bed because it's unsanitary. Some don't even let them in the bedroom!

be it resolved: Pets in bed. Yes? No?

What do you do when "the mood" kicks in? Leave them there? Kick them out? As you can see, my Shih tzu is a c**kblocker.


Or just post "pets in bed" photos. Whee!


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Mar. 25th, 2011 02:53 pm (UTC)
Yes to pets in bed. My dog takes my spot in bed after I leave in the morning and spoons with my fiance, under the covers, with her head on my pillow.

She has her own crib mattress and blankets to sleep on during the night (just because she doesn't fit in bed too well when we are both in it).

When we're in the mood, she's learned to just lay on her bed and ignore us.
Mar. 25th, 2011 03:13 pm (UTC)
First, LOL on the icon. Did you see the youtube video of the "girl in pink"? She seemed to take it all in stride.

Our dog can't jump that high. So she'll just huff and puff and then make this revving-motor sound until she starts outright barking.

Fortunately, she doesn't take up too much room.
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Mar. 25th, 2011 03:03 pm (UTC)
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Mar. 25th, 2011 03:01 pm (UTC)
Yes! Pets on bed! ALthough really...two cats pluss me and my boyfriend makes for a crowded bed. I think we need to upgrade to a kingsize!

As for 'the mood'. If my boyfriend and I kiss while on the bed the cats run away. Hahahaha.
Mar. 25th, 2011 03:28 pm (UTC)
They stare at us. One time, we realized one of them was on the armoire watching the entire time.
Mar. 25th, 2011 03:01 pm (UTC)
Basically, the bed is Zoey's (my dog's) and I am a guest there. I am okay with this.
Mar. 25th, 2011 03:03 pm (UTC)
Cats in the bed yes. Dog in the bed when the s/o is not home. He makes him sleep in the crate though. When we're about to do it, unless the cats are like, right up near our junk we just ignore them. There tends to be a lot of pushing off the bed though once things get started.
Mar. 25th, 2011 03:04 pm (UTC)
Yes yes yes. Extreme cleanliness isn't good for your health anyway.

Kitty leaves the room if her human pillows start moving around too much for her liking...
Mar. 25th, 2011 03:12 pm (UTC)

Mar. 25th, 2011 03:29 pm (UTC)

In retrospect, I should have made this a request for pictures post.
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Mar. 25th, 2011 03:12 pm (UTC)
Unsanitary or not both of our Great Danes sleep in bed with us every night. Phoebe sleeps under the blanket with me until she gets too hot at which point she wriggles out and puts her head on my pillow, Apollo sleeps at my feet. Why I get all 245 pounds of dog on my side and my husband gets an entire half of the bed to himself I'm not sure.

We typically have to kick them out to get frisky, they're way too curious.
Mar. 25th, 2011 03:30 pm (UTC)
Wow! all those bodies must generate a lot of heat
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Mar. 25th, 2011 03:16 pm (UTC)
My cat is allowed on the bed during the day, but I kick him out at night. I sleep with my door shut, and the cat starts to get restless around four in the morning. I don't want to have to get up and let him out when I'd much rather be sleeping. He's used to be 'asked' to leave, so kicking him out if there's company isn't a big deal either.
Mar. 25th, 2011 03:31 pm (UTC)
1. Yes, pets in bed.

2. Ignore them, as they tend to ignore us when it happens, too.

Mar. 25th, 2011 03:33 pm (UTC)
Awww... that's cute. :)

My stance is and always has been, the pets can sit/lie on whatever we sit/lie on. Bed, couch, chair, toilet (? if they want to lol, bathtub, and floor (duh) are all yes. Table, countertop, desk are all no.
Mar. 25th, 2011 03:39 pm (UTC)
Since I'm the one asking, I better answer.

Two cats and the dog are welcome. We have a third cat I banish in the basement. He's a biggun and will eat all the food. He is also scrappy with the other cats and likes to push stuff off counters. The others lay on us. The piebald cat lays on my girlfriend and stares at her all night. The tabby roams. He likes to lay on me and knead my stomach. It pisses off my gf when I pretend its a "paw-job"

We shoo them away for sex. The dog has to be put on another floor. If she's in the bed, the staring is creepy. Also, her bouncing up and down during sex makes us laugh too much.
Mar. 25th, 2011 06:55 pm (UTC)
Is that your dog in this icon? in any case cute icon is cute.
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Mar. 25th, 2011 03:49 pm (UTC)
Yes. The cats (all three of 'em!) and the dog are both welcome, just not at the same time. Most nights, the dog sleeps in her crate and the cats sleep in the bed, but sometimes I lock the cats out of the bedroom and let the dog up if she's been especially good.

The cats usually take off when sex starts happening, and the dog sleeps with us infrequently enough that the question hasn't even come up yet. But I imagine we'd just pop her back in her crate. When my BF and I got together we were in college, living in a frat house with a zillion random animals, and I kept fish for a long time, so animal eyes on us doesn't even register any more, lol
Mar. 25th, 2011 03:56 pm (UTC)
Yes to cats in the bed. We sometimes allow them to stay when we get frisky. Other times they are just inappropriate and sniff around where they don't belong or run across us.
Mar. 25th, 2011 04:03 pm (UTC)
If it were up to me I'd say no, but since I can't be bothered to shut my door during the day the cat gets on my bed when I'm up. I've found poo smears and litter on my blankets/sheets and it disgusts me. I try really hard not to think about what I'm not seeing.

He won't sleep with me though because I panic in my sleep if something is holding down my legs. He's tried laying on me to be catapulted across the room one too many times. Now he sleeps elsewhere. And my dog has never been allowed in the bed.
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