First of all, “they” can kiss their own elitist kitten asses. There are NO rules to how kitten play HAS to be, only suggestions. The dynamic is between you and an Owner. That Owner may not care if you can’t pur, but might be happier how you look in a tail and ears and how well you wag your butt when giving oral. They might careless about wanting you in ANY gear and just prefer a lap cat to snuggle with. Who are they to say what EVERY Owner out there wants? If it comes down to stupid things like purring and biting nails (which for any idiot who understands fashion is curable with some bite off nail polish or to take your pet to get groomed with some falsies), then in my opinion, they haven’t got a clue about kittenplay. Kittenplay is a HEAD SPACE. It’s not about what you do on the outside or really how you look. It’s about how you FEEL. And an Owner who treats you like how you feel internally (like a kitten) and brings that out in you, THAT’S where the gold in kittenplay. This idea we have to be “perfect” on the outside is flat out insulting; we are humans. We aren’t designed to be able to really pur except a few of us lucky ones. But that isn’t the point. Being able to pur doesn’t mean you cannot be as loving, compassionate or as loyal of a pet. Don’t ever let anyone tell you that you can’t be something you want to be. Darnit, you go right on ahead and paint those short nails the prettiest shade of nail polish you have and you just go ahead and mew to your hearts content instead of purring! YOU are the kitten inside, not a photo perfect kink to feel less than desirable because you don’t meet some standard that elitist strangers have told you to need to meet when they have nothing to do with your life. Listen to your heart. If it’s safe, sane, and consensual…the details are only what you agree too, not what the community has to agree about you.
Sailor Moon Illustrations by asieybarbie
Art & Artist: Unknown
“I promise you I will try harder to be better. I have battled with things inside me for longer than you know; I do not know what they are or why they are there, I only know is that they feel manageable, defeatable, when I am around you.”
― Tyler Knott Gregson