A thought about possible psychological scarring done to my bird......  

jungandhorney 42F
98 posts
8/8/2005 8:17 pm

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A thought about possible psychological scarring done to my bird......

This is my bird, Bing. He is my sweet cockatiel who is, well, co-dependent.

He gets very upset and panicked if I leave his sight. If I dare leave the room, he will frantically search for me. Oddly enough, he can find me if I am in the bedroom or kitchen or living room. However, if I am in the bathroom, even if I am continuing my whistling, he will not be able to find me. I can not figure out why he has trouble finding me there, specifically. Current thinking on my part is that it may be due to the smaller space of the bathroom and the way my whistles are carried in such a small area as opposed to the bigger areas of my apartment....

Anyhow, that was not the point of this blog. This is:

I was having sex with a man who was clearly gifted at hitting my g-spot and sent me into screaming orgasms beyond my control (Thank-you!!!! ). Bing was in his cage in the same room. And it seemed to me that the louder I got, the louder he got. He was forcefully shaking his cage door!!!! The poor baby must have thought that I was being hurt. He seemed very upset with what he was witnessing. Poor guy!

Needless to say, next time, he gets covered and put in the next room. But I do worry that I have caused PTSD in my baby boy.

I do also have two cats but they don't seem to have a problem with mommy having a sex life. They simply ignored my activities.

Anyone else have this problem with their pets?!?!?!?!?!?!?

Thank you for your attention.

Be good. Or, at least, be legal.

jungandhorney


PillsburyCodeBoy 60M

8/9/2005 1:22 pm

Oh, God, yes! My pets can't stand being ignored. They know something's going on with mom and dad, and they hate being left out. My funniest sex moments have involved one or more of the pets trying to nose (usually that's literal) in on the action. The funniest was the time our new basset hound puppy, who previously hadn't shown much energy for anything, decided to jump up on the bed and onto my back at a most inopportune moment (the dog was a female, so reel your imaginations back in). I can't quite think of "doggie style" the same way.


darkknightjax 34M

8/15/2005 3:18 am

Hit Me Up!


AmberSolaire 42M

8/18/2005 2:01 pm

You let the pets stay in the same room!!! sjeeeeeeeeeeeeeees


rm_pgn_man 39M
82 posts
8/22/2005 7:44 pm

Sometimes we'll be having sex and then hear some purring from under the bed. Then sometimes the cat will leave the room in disgust.

Pets have feelings too.

Cheers!
pgn_man


jungandhorney 42F

8/23/2005 3:34 pm

Actually, I think I more or less was more concentrated on other things...........so I did not think about where my pets were. My door stays open and so the cats can come and go.......

Thankfully, NO roomate!!!!


Swiper12000 43M  
31 posts
8/24/2005 6:32 pm

I don't think you have to worry about causing PTSD in a cockatiel. An African Grey might be more problem since their cognitive level is quite a bit higher. I think maybe Bing was just joining in on the excitement of the moment. Of course that does bring to mind the scene from Ace Ventura. That made the Lion King hard to watch without laughing.


jungandhorney 42F

8/29/2005 10:31 pm

There is a great mystery about Bing.

He has now taken up talking to my feet. I am not sure about him.......he is cute as hell and I love him but he is a bit strange..........


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