Infernally Restrained…With Furry Critters

If I were in charge of this particular Infernal Restraints asylum for ill-behaved young ladies, her hands would be restrained to the sides so that she could support her body weight, but not move them or use them to investigate or interfere with what’s in that hole with her. And then…

bondage girl in the bunny pit

Well, let’s just say that small furry creatures might be sharing her space. She could be given reason to worry about that.

Actual rats might be too cruel. Bunnies could be substituted. You could still play an audio recording of rats squeaking…

There’s really no end to the fun you could have with this game.

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12 comments on “Infernally Restrained…With Furry Critters”:

VeliciaL commented on September 20th, 2010 at 5:12 pm:

Actually, domesticated rats are pretty friendly and docile. I doubt you’d have problems with biting as long as they’re well fed. I’d stay away from hamsters or guinie pigs though.

Rabbits are fun too. :D

Akira commented on September 20th, 2010 at 5:37 pm:

What is wrong with rats? Provided you use tame rats rather than wild ones they will be as friendly as bunnies, but the captive wont know they are not wild ones……

Ellen commented on September 21st, 2010 at 8:31 am:

I would be a lot more afraid of bunnies in that sort of space than rats. My rats are totally sweet, regardless of what George Orwell’s fears may have been. I have scars from rabbit bites. Rats give you kisses, when they are well trained, though.

Keena commented on September 22nd, 2010 at 9:37 am:

Smear peanut butter all over her face and feet and let the rottweiler have some fun.

Rope Guy commented on September 22nd, 2010 at 10:18 am:

Heh, not nice!

frostine commented on September 22nd, 2010 at 11:50 pm:

Don’t torture the rats, please. Bunnies might bite the nipples.

carnal.torment commented on September 23rd, 2010 at 8:27 am:

Contrary to popular opinion, rottweilers are meek and have fantastic temperaments – unless they have been repeatedly abused to make them into fighting dogs.

They do however have large, wet tongues and look scary as hell, plus a love of peanut butter…

Bamba commented on September 24th, 2010 at 12:21 am:

Involving any sort of nonhuman organism in BDSM play strikes me as unethical. I can understand that people may have some very potent fantasies about such encounters, but to actually put these ideas into practice would cross a very important line.

Rope Guy commented on September 24th, 2010 at 1:17 am:

Good luck excluding all the bacteria from your next BDSM session…

Rope Guy commented on December 27th, 2012 at 8:38 am:

In hindsight that last was too flip. There is an ethical distinction, I think, between small furry critters and lower organisms, and it has to do with a capacity for suffering that is less demonstrable (and thus less certain) as you get down toward the single-cell range of critters.

That said, there is also an ethical distinction between doing horrible things to animals (as in the urban legend about the gerbils) versus having them present and doing what they like to do (squeaking, running around, being furry, investigating stuff with their whiskers). It’s by no means clear to me that the latter is unethical so long as care is taken so that the critters are unharmed and unafraid. There’s an argument to be made, but it’s by no means a settled ethical question.

Finally, I should be clear that I was writing for entertainment, as I always am. I don’t actually possess any small furry animals nor would I be inclined to use any in BDSM play. As is often the case with fantasy ideas, the logistics make it not worth the trouble. Making sure that nobody gets bitten (or accidentally smooshed, among the furry extras) is a non-trivial problem. It could be solved but I am much too lazy.

John commented on July 9th, 2017 at 2:08 am:

Is that Cherry Torn?

Leo commented on May 7th, 2018 at 6:15 am:

I would say to her: “It’s good for you… And even better for me”.

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