Submissive pets

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For the purpose of this writing I will often site forms of kitten play as an example.

This submissive pets not intended to be definitive, comprehensive, or prescriptive. Rather it offers those exploring this dynamic a starting point for their investigation and trial. Pet play is a style of role-play which typically involves one or more players adopting roles as animals which are domesticated pets such as bunnies, puppies, kittens, and such. Note that it is common, but not to the exclusion of such, for pet players to be younger versions of the chosen animal i.

Typically the Dominant is the Owner of the pet and the submissive is the one who adopts the animal like characteristics. Please note I am making a distinction between Pet play versus other types of animal play. Certain types of animal play may focus on humiliation and shaming, which is not the purpose of this writing. It is therefore wise to avoid insisting on absolute or clear delineations when looking at the broader category of Animal role-play. Not all types of animal role-play are pet-play, and vice versa. A major distinction in pet play is whether the submissive submissive pets a human or animal pet.

The difference between a slave and human pet may be semantics, or the pet adopting some animal like behaviors most attuned to their personality. Like a slave, they also are under far more control of their Owner than in other types of submission. Those who adopt their animal roles to the fullest will often utilize elaborate costumes and props including full suits, masks and hoods, gloves or mitts, and a variety of prosthetics to assist with the transformation process.

Of course, any role-play is up to the participants and therefore the degree of said roles can be adopted in any matter of style. An example of pet play are those who adopt roles as animals which the player relates to and is allowed to embrace within a given scene. Those that enjoy a more possessive experience of Owning their pet or of being a kept pet approximate many aspects common to power exchange relationships and enslavement. In either instance, the focus is typically about adopting some degree of the non-human behaviors and engaging through play and the kind of closeness one would feel with any well-loved household pet.

Pets like being cherished, loved, petted, cuddled, as well as played with. Feeling taken care of and being protected is often at the core of submission, and pet play is no exception. Meanwhile the Dominant will engage by playing with their kitten, give love and affection, train them, reward them for being good, and discipline them for being bad.

Again, depending on the animalistic behaviors or traits adopted, those behaviors will emerge one way or another. In kitten play this can be complete with ears, collar with bellpaw mittens, leash or le, fluffy arm or leg warmers, etc. Tails are typical and often vary between simple pin-on variations to those which are a part of an anal plug. One may go even further with use of costume makeup, cosmetic contacts, and even dental prosthetics for fangs. Switches and brat pets naughty kitty may don talons or claw gloves for more aggressive play.

However, not all kittens dress up; a pet may simply assume select characteristics. Many pets will choose to forgo the more elaborate animal styled costume and instead wear lingerie or whatever makes them feel sexy, but still act in pet-like fashion. Such activity in pet play often involves elements of humiliation, especially for discipline and punishment elements of training. A good or well trained pet will often feel that they are, ultimately, cared and looked after by their Owner. Aside from the costuming aspects, gear your pet might enjoy could include a ball, yarn or ropelaser pointer, cardboard box or bags, wrapping tissue paper, feather wands, squeak toys, stuffies, etc.

Depending on the nature of your pet and the extent of transformation, consider a pet bed, crate, or indoor pet tents. If you are looking to include feeding as part of the play, please bear in mind that only human food should be used, as safety standards and certain ingredients used in pet food are not healthy for human consumption.

As a recommendation, foods for your kitten pet might include bowls of milk, canned tuna, sashimi, soups, and various cereals perfect as kibble. Treats, which are especially good for general rewards and incentives in training, might include things like goldfish crackers, teddy grahams, pretzel nuggets, gummy fish, and others.

If there is a favorite finger food or snack your pet gets excited about, that could make an excellent treat. Feeling actively loved, cherished, and protected is what most pets crave. Elements of pet training often include some element of traditional BDSM slave training. Use of restraints and confinement is one submissive pets to reinforce Ownership and submission, which can be used within scenes, as methods of punishment, or just to solidify the feel of being a kept pet.

However, please use confinement and restraints with safe, sane, and compassionate care. Important note: Confinement and Bindings is not something done indefinitely or even for the majority of their time. Leaving the pet confined or bound for a prolonged submissive pets of time, or unattended, poses serious physical and emotional risks and would be abusive. Some people enjoy public demonstration of pet play. Indeed, there are types of animal play which may actually require it.

For some, going out in general public on a lead might be exciting, but can seem like a better idea than it is in execution. For example, there can be unanticipated feelings of shame or public consequences. As mentioned before, some form of pet play can be quite casual or focused on select role-play within a given scene.

Those submissive pets considered as kept or Owned pets are property of the Owner, which may involve relinquishing all rights and possessions to their Owners care and discretion. Submissive pets such circumstances I strongly advise that the submissive consider their measure of trust and ensure there is a provision for a safe exit and release where assets are returned in the event the relationship sours potentially minus costs associated with the upkeep of the pet during their time.

Saving this for last, because sex may or may not be a part of pet play at all. Indeed, pet play can be entirely non-sexual, focused more on scene interaction or just closeness than actual sex. Often a submissive will disclose often via instinct which animal they most closely identify and how they enjoy to express themselves or connect.

As a prospective Owner, I advise being upfront and clear that this is something you either desire or are looking to explore. I strongly advocate all parties putting all cards on the table to demonstrate respectful open and honest collaboration in building a dynamic, versus subversion or manipulation.

This method requires there be ificant time for the Dom and sub to learn about each other and to observe key behaviors that seem most suitable. The better the fit, the better your chances for success.

The submissive may need to explore and change their animal roles from submissive pets to time in order to feel out which seems best. The Dominant may need to provide the sub with the parameters of behaviors most like submissive pets animal, or allow the sub to do their best and use experience to enhance your understanding of their inner nature and help guide them on that path. Establishing a pet contract, especially those who are going to be exclusively owned, is a great tool to formalize your goals and limits within the relationship.

While discussion is always required, a contract offers the opportunity to compare ideas, needs, limits, etc. This avoids communication gaps, mixed als, and potential contradictions which can undermine a relationship. Conversation and writing your understandings is a great method for ensuring you are on the same. Lastly, bear in mind that each pet be they human or animal based role-play will have different personalities and thus behave differently, and for their own unique reasons. Some may enjoy pet play because they get to leave their human troubles behind and just be petted, while others see it as a reason to be mischievous pulling toilet paper out across the room or flat out bad knocking off things and breaking them.

Some may enjoy this as their primary mode of interaction, or just for a given scene. Each person has their own way of expression, interaction, and engagement. As such, each relationship dynamic and individual will have their own interpretation and is unique to those involved. Be open, discuss respectfully and mutually collaboratively, and you are likely to build something much more enduring and fulfilling.

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