Pets definitely know when you're fucking. The majority of these posts are well-written, coherent and spark spirited conversation and suggestions. Health24's Cybershrink explains why people become Zoophiles Like all paraphilias, zoophilia is unlikely to simply die out regardless of societal and legal opposition. Animals are a lot more innocent than us in that right. They view places where they carry out their daily business — like your bed — as part of their eminent domain, and when new people they don't know just rub their balls all over it, they get a little antsy. This is in contrast to purely-sexual bestiality which can often involve non-consensual sex with animals and even drugging the animals beforehand so that they cannot resist. More obviously, if they're actually attacking you or your partner during sex — like this author's cat does all the time — it could be their way of saying "This person's a living douche. In countries like South Africa and the UK, it has been illegal for centuries and it is unlikely a challenge to this ruling would be brought in front of the courts. Humans having sex with animals is called bestiality, and it isn't nearly as rare as you might think. For starters, there is the issue of the transmission of diseases from one party to the other. One in three pet owners admit to having sex with their pet in the room. Certain cultures enshrine the practice of having sex with animals, such as those on the northern coast of Colombia. However, according to Reister, animals are more than just jealous. Their incessant lurking comes from them wanting to dominate that moment and take control of what's happening to what they see as their property and key to survival. Because they're capable of tuning into personal characteristics people tend to overlook — such as negative energy or unsafe intentions — they can often tell when someone's not right for you. Islam, however, has no specific prohibitions against such acts and, in practice, Islamic countries have been lenient in punishing those found to be engaging in them, provided the animal is not harmed. You'd need someone like Reister to sort that out for you and your pet.