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Callie and Rudy By Strega -- Report

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Callie is the only switch pred/prey on the Friendly Beach. The other anthros aren't sure they will reform as they are semi-feral. (Humans reform, animals don't, and no one knows where the break point is. Jeff and Beachcomber don't want to take the chance.)

Callie likes being eaten as much as she likes eating people and jokes that she's been through every digestive tract on the beach. The only reason she didn't take a trip through a werewolf when Unit 2 visited was he wasn't sure it was a good idea for a cop to take willing prey even if it reformed.

Callie was of course very interested when Rudy was brought by the beach. It was the first time she ended up in the anteater's stomach, but it wouldn't be the last.

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doomed

Posted by doomed 3 months ago Report

Lol callie and I could be best friends lmao

Ome

Posted by Ome 3 months ago Report

I can't imagine the conversation that entailed from "We need to make a muzzle for an anteater"

Strega

Posted by Strega 3 months ago Report

It was something the zoo had to do if they wanted to safely transport him. He'd already swallowed several people including a zoo intern. They knew exactly how dangerous he was to be around if he could stick that tongue to you. They had their handyman make it and speak of it to no one. 83

e_voyager

Posted by e_voyager 2 months ago Report

If I ever build a friendly Vore Universe I want the safe zone/reformation Beach option to be part of it. Right now vore is fatel in my stroies for those that can be digested

Strega

Posted by Strega 2 months ago Report

Vore is fatal in most of my settings, but the occasional reforming spot is useful narratively. Among other things it explains why people get eaten and yet the animals don't get killed or chased away.