The Animal Menagerie

I feel it necessary to post a few rules in reference to the entertainment complex known as The Animal Menagerie. If you don’t know of it feel free to overlook this information unless you plan to visit Circe in the future. For the residents of Circe, reading and remembering this information is in your best interest. There may be a test later.

1. The Animal Menagerie straddles the wall with an entry on both sides. No shifter, and I mean NO shifter, has permission to exit through the doors leading into Georgetown. This should be obvious. Each of you should be shaking your head over my even mentioning this irrefutable fact. If not, feel free to contact me in person.

2. The Menagerie is an adult entertainment center not a daycare. Under no circumstances is it acceptable to allow your children to enter with or without you. Those friendly doormen who were keeping their sight above waist level and missing the youngsters sneaking in have been treated. I personally ensured they will have no such vision problems in the future. Any person, shifter or human, younger than twenty years of age will be turned away.

3. The Pleasure Caves located at the rear of the building are for the mutual enjoyment of everyone who enters. Guards have been posted to ensure no one in bonds is dragged in conscious or not. I really can’t believe I’m having to address this. Just as we don’t play with our food, we don’t drug and tie-up our playmates.

4. It will no longer be a 24/7 establishment. Unfortunately, recent trouble has the human council of Georgetown considering a curfew for their residents. As all of you are aware, I will never set such restrictions within FNT. However, to keep the humans where they’re supposed to be I’ve been asked to regulate the Menagerie’s hours of operation. I haven’t established those yet and will welcome your input.

For the time being these are the most important rules. There are others listed by each entry.

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