Callie's Butt

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Calliebutt.jpgAt left you will find Callie, our calico cat. Once you get to know Callie, you get to know her butt. She insists on that.

As she approaches a more mature adulthood (2 1/2 years old ), Callie has developed a Rubenesque pear shape that accentuates her posterior assets. She seems quite aware of this. If you want to engage in the typical cat head scratch routine, you will find that she quickly (and quite deftly) maneuvers about so that your hand is now working her rump (and she's not shy about letting you know where she wants it worked).

If she deigns to climb into your lap, it isn't to curl into a cuddly little ball of fur. Lap sitting is only interests her if she can position her ass as close to your hand as possible. That means stretching out along the length of your thigh with her head furthest away and her butt within easy reach. Scratch her head and her claws slowly dig into your leg as you feel her tense with annoyance at your stupidity.

But once you start working her butt she purrs, closes her eyes slightly, and begins to travel to a place that makes you feel slightly kinky. She pushes upward, thrusts slowly higher and soon you begin to wonder if this all isn’t completely unnatural. But then you move your fingers ever so slightly to one side or another, she decides that she doesn’t like it, and turns and bites you. “Oh good,” you say to yourself, “I’ve had women do exactly the same thing”! This isn’t so weird after all.

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