MEOW: Bondage Film Maker Under Fire from PETA for Holding a Cat In Film

There used to be a time when you could include a housecat in a S&M porno and no one would complain.

I guess those days are over.

Thanks PETA!

German S&M filmmaker Hera Delgado is the latest to come under the living-in-a-make-believe-world-organization’s scrutiny, all for picking up a cat on film. Ms. Delgado told the Sun that in one of her films she can be seen picking up her cat Zorro. She explained that, “The clip had no sexual component, it was not a perverse thing. It was not animal cruelty. He purred the whole time.”

PETA apparently interpreted those purrs as a blatant cry for help.

Or maybe for a lawyer.

Vice chairman of PETA in Germany Dr. Edmund Haferbeck said of the video and its feline cameo, “This is a clear and terrible breach of this country’s animal welfare laws. In S&M films actors and directors give their consent. An animal cannot do this.”

No. They can’t.

Because they’re animals.

Evamarie Koenig from the Animal Protection Association agreed with PETA saying, “This is unbearable. Cats are freedom-loving and sensitive. For them to undergo a tortuous ordeal like this means physical suffering and stress.”

Zorro could not be reached for comment on whether his being picked up did, in fact, cause him “physical suffering and stress.”

My guess?

Probably not.

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About the author, Gayne C. Young: Gayne C. Young is the author of the best selling books And Monkeys Threw Crap At Me: Adventures In Hunting, Fishing, And Writing and the editor of Texas Sporting Journal. In January 2011, he became the first American outdoor writer to interview Russian President, Vladimir Putin. Follow him on Facebook. View all articles by Gayne C. Young

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