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WG's and their pets

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Met with an indie recently who shares her studio apartment with her cat which spent the session either eyeballing me from a chair or rummaging around in the litter tray, ( I mean the cat not the lady ). Would I have been out of order to ask the lady to put the cat in the bathroom? She has had her feline friend for several years but that was one more pussy than I really wanted.

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I was with one indie a couple of months back, and she had 2 dogs in the house. Whilst in the middle of playing around with the WG, one of the dogs came upstairs and jumped on the bed then climbed over me. That was the end of it for me then.

I haven't been back.

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I was with one indie a couple of months back, and she had 2 dogs in the house. Whilst in the middle of playing around with the WG, one of the dogs came upstairs and jumped on the bed then climbed over me. That was the end of it for me then.

I haven't been back.

That is totally unprofessional.

One of my regular ladies always talks about her puppy ------ but it is always shut in the spare room, that is the way it should be as well. :rolleyes:

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Its very much a private thing, and to have an animal wandering about the flat etc, does tend to take the mickey, as some folk are allergic to cats and dogs, I think that shows a lack of profesionalism.

A few months ago when I seen an escort, she had two cats and they were securely kept in the spare room, only after the event were they released and allowed to roam the flat

I would have no qualms seeing an animal either before or after the booking, but when you pay £100 or so an hour, I think that the escort should have her mind focussed only on the appointment.

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I personally think that animals should be kept in a seperate room when the wg is working... very unpleasent feeling of being watched or wondering if the animal will try and join in....:confused:

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I visited a girl who had a dog in the house. We were in the bedroom having intercourse when she slipped a finger up my arse.

"I like your finger up my arse," I said.

"That's not me … and it's not a finger!"

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Met with an indie recently who shares her studio apartment with her cat which spent the session either eyeballing me from a chair or rummaging around in the litter tray, ( I mean the cat not the lady ). Would I have been out of order to ask the lady to put the cat in the bathroom? She has had her feline friend for several years but that was one more pussy than I really wanted.

Yes, I think it is out of order to ask her to do that. If this is the ladies home, it's the cats home too. I have cats also and would never dream of locking them away during an appointment. Some visitors love my cats, others are indifferent to them - no-one has ever complained. But then they are usually asleep and don't bother anyone and I don't allow them in the bedroom when I have company.

If someone is allergic to them, then they shouldn't visit a lady who has cats. If someone is inviting you into their home then you should respect them, their home and whatever creatures they share it with.

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That is totally unprofessional.

One of my regular ladies always talks about her puppy ------ but it is always shut in the spare room, that is the way it should be as well. :confused:

Yea course it is Jimbo, come on now you don't have to play innocent with us.:D

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I often go to London to see a top class lady ... she's got 3 pussy's ... 3 for the price of 1 ... can't be bad ... :confused:

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I visited a girl who had a dog in the house. We were in the bedroom having intercourse when she slipped a finger up my arse.

"I like your finger up my arse," I said.

"That's not me … and it's not a finger!"

Awwww that's gross. I once visited a dog and asked her to let the girl back in the house. When she asked why, I told her it was because I had a nice big bone to chew on.:confused:

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Awwww that's gross. I once visited a dog and asked her to let the girl back in the house. When she asked why, I told her it was because I had a nice big bone to chew on.:confused:

Was it full of marrowbone goodness?

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I personally think that animals should be kept in a seperate room when the wg is working... very unpleasent feeling of being watched or wondering if the animal will try and join in....:confused:

Now I am very broad minded but the idea of a German Shepherd mounting me does not really get my juices flowing. :D:eek:

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Yes, I think it is out of order to ask her to do that. If this is the ladies home, it's the cats home too. I have cats also and would never dream of locking them away during an appointment.

One of the 467 reasons why you will never get a visit from me ----- or the vast majority of the guys on here.

Have you ever had a client. ??????

Give us a link to a FR and prove me wrong. :confused::rolleyes:

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Yes, I think it is out of order to ask her to do that. If this is the ladies home, it's the cats home too. I have cats also and would never dream of locking them away during an appointment. Some visitors love my cats, others are indifferent to them - no-one has ever complained. But then they are usually asleep and don't bother anyone and I don't allow them in the bedroom when I have company.

If someone is allergic to them, then they shouldn't visit a lady who has cats. If someone is inviting you into their home then you should respect them, their home and whatever creatures they share it with.

I love pets and don't have any unfortunately. However I do not work from home when having incalls. Never really thought about pets being around when clients are visiting.

I know ladies post about their pets occasionally on blogs. I've never noticed ladies stating on their websites that if clients are visiting, there are pets around. Or if anyone has allergies not to book etc.

I respect what you are saying if someone is allergic or if someone is invited. It is a business premise of sort and all of this is ok if it is clearly stated.

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Was it full of marrowbone goodness?

Yes it was, and before long, so was her face.:confused: It was a Winalot situation.

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As I work from a different place it is not really an issue. Once though, I did not have enough time in the day to drive down to my flat in Hemel and a regular client pleaded to see me at my house..

One of my cats had kittens (about 5 weeks old) at the time and I will never quite forget that moment, when he was having fun and got bitten on his toes by two playful kittens :confused::P

Did not put him off a bit, but it did to me.. I could not stop laughing :D

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Cats? Love 'em but I'm very allergic. I'd be a dribbling mess at the wrong end if there was a cat in the room.

"Oo yes <>SNIFF<> that's nice <>SNIFF<>!"

Nightmare...

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Why do cat lovers not realise that some us of loathe the creatures. Cat = walk out.

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Why do cat lovers not realise that some us of loathe the creatures. Cat = walk out.

Quite.

I would not say I loathe cats (or dogs) -------- but they should be out of sight during an appointment, any lady who thinks otherwise is totally unprofessional. :confused:;)

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I once visited a lady and she has a ferrit in a sleeping bag in the room, I was kind of destracted throughout my visit

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Met with an indie recently who shares her studio apartment with her cat which spent the session either eyeballing me from a chair or rummaging around in the litter tray, ( I mean the cat not the lady ). Would I have been out of order to ask the lady to put the cat in the bathroom? She has had her feline friend for several years but that was one more pussy than I really wanted.

Upon your cock the lady sat.

But interrupted by her cat.

Even worse, it took a piss.

When she gave your cock a kiss.

Her pussy sweet and nicely soggy.

Get to fuck you stinking moggy.

You want to stroke her glistening thighs.

Its starin at you with its evilish eyes.

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... ferrit in a sleeping bag

It could have been worse: crabs in her drawers.

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When I had my first brothel a pregnant cat took up residence and gave birth to 3 kittens. We gave them a special place behind our sofa.(not the canal)

What I did not know was the mums could move the kittens. Imagine the embarassment when I let a punter in and they were all in the bedroom.:confused:

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It could have been worse: crabs in her drawers.

Or lobsters in her laundry.

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Ah, I love animals lol. Sometimes when I go to work mimi my little white persian tries to come with me :confused: well, she doesn't really lol but it would be nice to take her, she's so gorgeous and yummy :D:) xxx

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