Dog TFMy eyes fluttered open, the light burning my eyes. I was on a operation table. I saw that I was in a white room, all alone. My vision was beginning to correct itself, then I realized that I was being stared at by four or five tall men in pure white costumes. I tried to get up, but my arms and legs were strapped down.Dog TF8 years ago in Fantasy
Where am I? I asked, nervously.
They all looked at me, behind black visors. I couldnt see their eyes.
Where am I? I asked again, more anger showing in my voice.
They pulled out a syringe. My eyes grew wide. What is that?! I yelled. They said nothing to me. One of them leaned over, seemingly to whisper something to the other. Most of it was inaudible. I did make out the words, Change and Dog.
Sweat poured down my forehead. What are you going to do to me
Description Practice - TFThe day started out as any day would have: waking up, getting a shower, and going to school. Its what happened after school that make that day the best one that I had ever had.Description Practice - TF6 years ago in Fantasy
Thanks again, bye I said as I shut the door to my grandparents van. They had always taken me home from school because I was too old to go to the after school program, and my parents worked. I walked up to the door, fished my key out of my pocket with much effort (try this with a binder and three books in your hands), and unlocked the deadbolt. I dropped all of my things on the floor and relocked the door.
My dog came running up to me with great speed. Hey, Sam! I said as I reached my hand down to rub her head. I walked to the den and let her out through the back door. After six hours, she was bound to have to empty her load. Samantha, or Sam, is a dark shade of brown that looks great on a golden retriever. She is five years old, and has the energy of a puppy.
I went back to re
Fireman's Best Friend--Dog TFFireman's Best Friend--TF StoryFireman's Best Friend--Dog TF6 years ago in Fantasy
Rodney, the middle-aged fire fighter bid his
adieus to the chief and remainder of the crew of his
firehouse as they stepped out the door. Though not a
huge, influential fire department, it was no volunteer
matter. Rodney had worked at this fire department longer
than almost all of the others there, for 25 years he had
served in nearly all positions other than the chief. He
had definitely had his life experience.
Rodney sighed when, while he gathered together
his things, he looked back at the pictures of the years
passed. Pictures where he was saving lives, in uniform,
or even just hanging out at friends' houses were
scattered across an enclosed bulletin board. Before he
picked up his bag, he looked at one other picture taken
two years previously.
Rodney was in this picture, as he was in the
others, but instead of being shown having a good or bad
or rough time with his good friends and fellow colleagues,
he was shown with Fancy: one of Rodney's best frien
In the dog houseIn the dog houseIn the dog house3 years ago in Short Stories
By The shadow Demon
(Woman into dog)
"Oh I am so going to be in it now!" Clair mopes to herself walking back home with dread in her mind as she had just received her results in a geography test and it wasn't the best. Clair was terrific in her classes, English, Maths, History were her favourite and she was okay when it came to Art and Sports but Geography, she was terrible at it so bad that the first time she heard a plateau she thought it was some sort of special dish at a five star restaurant. None the less, Clair needed to get her grades up to party tonight and now she won't be able to. With a sigh she makes her way to her front door and "makes her way inside.
"Hi honey, how was school?" Clair's mother asks.
"Usual, nothing special to report!" Clair said making a straight line to her bed room to throw her beg inside.
'Maybe if I just don't mention it, she'll just let me go anyways!' Clair thought as she quickly makes her way out of her room and return to her mother.
Changes -A TF Story- Pt. 1Chapter 1 - The MeetingChanges -A TF Story- Pt. 17 years ago in Fantasy
It means no worries, for the rest of yo-
Were here, Kodi.
Yes! I was the first out of the car. In my rush I managed to forget to close the car door, lose a shoe, and trip over myself all within the span of ten seconds. What could you expect from an excited 10-year-old, though?
Take it easy tiger, my dad said as he walked around the front of the car. Theres no need to rush.
I wrinkled my nose. Grr! Im not a tiger, Ima fearsome wolf! Rawr!
My mother sighed. Alright, hun, but dont say anything that even sounds like wolf around your Aunt Mary. Shes still quite sore about this whole ordeal.
Soon enough, the three of us were standing on the porch of Aunt Marys house. My mother went to push the doorbell, but the door swung open suddenly. A rather skinny-looking woman, probably in her mind 20s, stood in the doorway beaming at us. She wore a
Dog Day - TFCourtney stretched her legs, pressing her paws into the sidewalk with a silent groan as she stretched out her dog body. "God, I hope Hannah comes up with the cure soon," she muttered.Dog Day - TF5 years ago in Short Stories
"She will, Hun," promised her mother. A slight tug on her leash caused Courtney to turn with her, their paces picking up as they passed through the park. Both were uncomfortably aware of the male dogs eying her daughter. "I've already told her, she won't be going to the science academy if she works on anything else. You know she won't risk that."
"She'd better not." Courtney resisted the urge to dig in her feet and raise her hackles, simply kicking backwards a little when the first dog sniffed her butt. "I'm getting tired of every male dog within a mile showing an interest," she whispered, low enough to make sure no one else would hear. "They're not my type, mom. And I liked the mailman - it's annoying to want to bite him every time he comes by."
"I know, Hun." The pace slowed as they left the park, and C
Dog Walker - TFCourtney breezed through the kitchen, grabbing a piece of toast from the counter as she walked out. "I'll be back in a bit, mom! I've got to walk that Saint Bernard today. Wanna get through it while I'm still in early-morning-rush mode enough to watch out for him doing anything. Like ripping my arms out of their sockets." She grimaced at the idea, grabbing a cup of coffee and hastily downing it on the way out into the hallway.Dog Walker - TF5 years ago in Short Stories
"Watch out for Hannah, dear!" came the slightly amused reply, a little bit late as Courtney stumbled into her.
"Would you please refrain from interrupting my cognitive functions at a time when the cyclic nature of my schedule has already thrown my mental capacities into abysmal caverns of inadequacy?"
Courtney frowned, momentarily trying to work out the words before giving up with a sigh. The word "abysmal" alone had already made her feel its presence. "English, sis?"
"I'm still waking up, so keep your voice down and your feet clear." The girl yawned, stretching
TF High 4TF High Chapter 4: Vixer UpperTF High 46 years ago in Science Fiction
"Alright listen up!" Coach Grey Shouted, bringing an almost instant silence from the field trip group from Travis Fortmasion High School. The class was biology, the location was a stream a little more than a mile away from the school itself, and the subject was bacteria and viruses in nature.
"As you can see." Mr. Grey began looking down at his cue cards. "We have a stream here, which is a natural breeding ground for certain, bacteria and viruses." "This is just painful." Nelly whispers under her breath. She was the top student in class and President of the nature club, as well as the only member."
"One particular virus" Mr. Grey continued. "Works like a natural filter, attacking and destroying harmful, material in the water, with no negative side effects, and if only found here. Now the school wants you to go and find samples of the viral or bacterial sort. We'll all meet back here in 15 minutes."
"Finally" Nelly says to herself. "I can go find a nice sp
The Dog MinderThe new dog minder had moved into the street. She was a middle aged woman who dressed in modest clothes and drove a hefty Land Rover. But despite how she may seem, her kindness knows no bounds. Luckly I was the only person in the local area with a dog, which was strange given the fact that the street was greatly populated.The Dog Minder4 years ago in Short Stories
Cykes, his name.
I had recently purchased the energetic little guy and needed someone to mind him on mondays and wednesdays, as my work had me heavily involved away from home on those days.
I was walking down to the quite country house nestled at the end of the street, surrounded by tall trees and reasonably large gardens. The house must have cost a fair amount as it was well built, sturdy and massive. I walked up too the decorative front door and knocked, Cykes in tow behind me.
"Hi, i'm here about the dog minding. I saw your flyer in the newspaper." Her warm gaze calmed me and I was able to speak clearly, she seemed nice and honest.
"Ahh, so you have seen my add? W
Back With A Bark (Female into Dog TF)Back with a BarkBack With A Bark (Female into Dog TF)6 months ago in Stories & Vignettes
Moving house is always a stress full time but some people it is a nice experience to have a fresh start and different scenery but for one young girl a new flat meant getting a new life .......quite literally.
Sarah Hilliard, 27 sighed as she looked out of the window in the lounge. She smoothed out the bottom of her black and red checked dress as she watched the cars and people moved through the little village.
“Wow, it really is something. I just wish that maybe i could start a new life” she smiled as she turned around to see her packing boxes in the hallway. She walked over to one a took out a small wooden photo with a picture of her and her family but her parents face were crossed out.
Suddenly she shuddered as if some was breathing down her neck, quickly she turned to see no-one behind.
“Just my imagination” she sighed with relief but what she couldn’t see was dark brunette hairs growing out on the back of her neck.
Slowly the hairs cov
The Accidental Dog (TransFun)(Woman to Dog)The Accidental Dog (TransFun)1 year ago in Short Stories
Ohmigod. Um, well. First off, hi. I’m Trina, and this is Trina’s Transformations. Sorry that this is a little... odd, but I’m a little off right now. You see, a little bit ago, I drank something I shouldn’t have. It’s one of my mom’s TransFun vials. I wanted to experiment a little. You know, fresh out of high school... But I didn’t know this was an ‘ExChange’—or ‘Extended Change’.
Yeah, it’s expensive, and TransFun’s already said they’ll ship my mother a new sample. But that’s on the condition that I write this little blog. So... Here I am. Um, I’m a blonde eighteen-year old, about as Aryan as you’d expect. I have nice breasts—that’s a little tidbit for you fetishists out there. Yeah, I know you’re out there, it’s cool—I’ll probably ge
Alex's Gift - Anthro Dog TFIt was a cloudy that day that Celia went to the park to await her boyfriend. While she was seated at a park bench, she reminisced about the time that she first met Alex in their first year of high school. While she was walking to school that first day of classes, she noticed a boy her age playing with some dogs in a front yard. At the time what struck her as odd was that she realized he played along with them just as if he too was one of the dogs. They were playing with a ball which in the play got knocked toward her. The dogs ran after the ball but the boy stopped in apparent surprise at someone watching them. It appeared as if he was suddenly shocked with embarrassment because he had been seen. Then Celia picked up the ball and walked over to hand it to him saying, Hello, my name is Celia. Whats your name?Alex's Gift - Anthro Dog TF2 years ago in Settings
The question seemed to snap him out of his shocked state and he nervously replied, Alex.
Then she asked afte