ArtOfZoo - Love or Lust? - animal sex with women


Are you in love with your animal partner or is it lust that you feel towards them?

Sometimes it is hard to tell because both emotions feel so good. And both emotions can create a sense of excitement and bliss for you. But for all their similarities, they are most definitely not the same. When it comes to lust vs. love, there are a few things you should know. It is important to know the difference, especially in the beginning as it is easy to get caught up in the heady feelings of a new love interest, and mistake your early feelings of lust for love.

Lust is an altered state of consciousness programmed by the primal urge for sexual pleasure. Lust can be as addictive as someone getting a fix of cocaine. But being in love doesn’t exclude lust. In fact, lust can lead to love. However, real love requires time to get to know your animal partner.



  • Lust is selfishly dwelling on and fantasizing about sexual activities or entertaining sexually arousing thoughts with no thoughts of what it might do to your animal partner.
  • Is a craving for self gratification with no regard for your partner.
  • You’re interested in having sex, but not in building an emotional bond with your pet partner.
  • You are not interested in spending any time with them soon after sex rather than cuddling.


  • You want to spend quality time together other than sex.
  • You get lost in spending time with them and forget about the hours passing.
  • You want to honestly make each and every moment with your animal partner happy.
  • You are motivated to be a better person and give so much more than you could ever take.
  • Love is unconditional!
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  1. daisymare 3 months ago

    I was madly in love with my mare. It to the point it was noticeable by the other people boarding at the stable. I used to spend hours in her stall just laying next to her and feeding her treats and reading books to her. I’d bring her flowers almost everyday as well as apples and other things. I even shared my food with her. She was the first horse I ever met that ate hamburgers and drank coke out of a cup. When she passed away it crushed my soul and I have yet to find another mare like her.

  2. ilikealotm 3 months ago

    @DoggyDoc. Very nice. 🙂

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