A naturist’s view on animals

Animals are nude. Just like we like to be.

I don’t know if you have animals. Pets. Dogs, cats, horses, goldfish, chickens, to name a few.

They are all naked. You’ve probably seen that. And yes, furry ones are naked too – they don’t wear additional things concealing the way they are.

nude man on horseI’ve never had a problem with an animal whilst being nude. They don’t see it. They don’t care.

Animals care about the person inside that skin. Someone who’s good to them, who feeds them and makes sure they’re comfortable and healthy.

Clothes make no difference to animals. If you have different experiences, I would certainly like to hear about them, because I only have my life to draw from.

billenkatI have two cats. They don’t care whether I’m nude or not. Them being cats and me being human however makes that I do care at times. My cats like to lie in my lap. Cats have claws and they know how to use them, so when I sit on the couch I have a towel beneath me and a double folded one on top of me. I’ve once miscalculated the speed of a cat and the sharpness of its claws, and that is not going to happen again. Trust me. It hurt enough to make the memory last a lifetime.

I’ve been nude around dogs too. Dogs don’t care. Dogs want your attention. They want to play, run after balls and sticks, and get a good rub. Again, the vulnerable part is the human. Even when dogs don’t have cat-like claws, they can leave nasty scratches. It’s all a matter of common sense. Seriously, I have yet to come across a species of animal that is impressed by clothes (apart from those that have been indoctrinated into fearing someone in a specific outfit, like circus animals. They are sad.)

naked girl with a cow

Author: Paul

Promoting the clothes-free lifestyle.

4 thoughts on “A naturist’s view on animals”

  1. Our cat does differentiate between skin and clothes. In summer at home, I wear cotton shorts a lot, but she won’t sit on my lap when skin is exposed. When I wear wool or cotton long trousers she becomes a very affectionate lap-cat. But if the long trousers are nylon or some other artificial fibre, she doesn’t want to sit on them (to her, they are slippery). I haven’t given her the opportunity to sit on a skin-only lap. I don’t spend as much time in the nude as I would like, but I guess she wouldn’t like it. She doesn’t like to sit on leather chairs, preferring cloth (whether natural or artificial fibre). She is a lady with a strong ‘pussonality’ and decided preferences.

    1. That is interesting to read, Mark. My cats don’t have that preference or attitude, so I’ve decided I will have it for them when I’m nude. 😀

  2. It’s true animals don’t care about whether you’re dressed or not.They do notice patterns.When I house sit my sister’s cats they know when I dress I’m going to leave or go where they can’t go and when I undress,I’ll be around for awhile.Animals only care that you care about them.Do that and they’re your friend,no matter what.Unconditional love,something we humans can learn from them.

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