Who the hell is attracted to animals. Birds do not mate with lions, and lions do not mate with horses. This is because biologically, species should be attracted to their own species, or things close to its own. A lion and a tiger can mate, because there species are similar, but that's just like a black and a white person mating. A human being should not in any way be attracted to animals, and should get a mental check up if they are.
Nobody is perfect. A vast majority of the human poblation have mental problems, some more severe than others. It doesn't matter how odd your fetish or your mental problem is; if you can control it, and if it doesn't have a negative impact on your life and if you avoid becoming obsessed to it (to avoid negative feelings), then it will exist only in your head and won't cause harm to anyone, including yourself.
Almost nobody will feel comfortable by being attracted to animals, but don't feel guilty, because nobody is given the chance to choose what to like and what not to like. Just learn to live with it. Remember this: what makes a good man is not how pure he is; its his determination to control his own evil.
We are animals as well as other animals we are just a more intelligent version to intelligent for our own good and it is perfectly normal for us to be attracted to an animals as animals are to us my dog was attracted to me every time i striped to get into the shower he got an erection and tired to hump me it is perfectly normal and fine and it cannot be changed no amount of electroshock therapy and beating and socials workers can change this i will admit i am attracted to animals so whats the difference
It is not normal for humans to be sexually attracted to animals. If you are sensing that attraction you may be surrounding yourself too much with animals and not with humans. You should only feel a sexual attraction towards other humans. Anything else simply can't be considered to be natural.
Most people would say they are not attracted to animals. Therefore it is by definition not normal. I could comment on whether or not I think bestiality is right or wrong or whether attraction to animals is a healthy thing but the question is about normality and not any of these other things.
Who defines normal? It's defined as "the typical state of condition." Thus, what the majority of people in your community do, is by definition normal, like an average. However, then, what is your community? Many Asians, who make out the largest portion of the world populace, eat stuff Westerners would not consider eating. However, since perhaps a simple majority of people on the Earth do eat those things, it's by definition normal, even though the loud Western world would disagree. Then, also, your community can just be limited to your house. It can even go as far as the outer reaches of the universe or EVERYTHING. Thus, this question, in my opinion, is not answerable. Rather, within what I view as "my community" (i.e. the people of the Earth), it's not normal. That can change in a decade, a century, or a millennia, but for now, it's not normal.
There is no physicial/biological reason for humans to be sexually attracted to animals. We should feel kindness and empathy towards pets, but this should not lead to physical attraction or sexual arousal of any kind. Being kind towards animals and 'loving' them are two very different things, and I don't think it is normal behavior. I would have to categorize bestiality as a sex crime similar to pedophilia - sexual assault / predatory behavior towards beings that are unable to properly say no or defend themselves.
The basis of sexual attraction is the desire to reproduce, and humans cannot reproduce with other species, so there is no basis for sexual attraction, normally. While I'd normally be all for letting people do what they want sexually, this kind of thing is usually cruel to the animal: odds are, even if the human is attracted, the animal is not, and it's just sexual abuse, then.
However the idea of normal is a very relative thing. What I may find totally fine and normal for my life, you might not for yours, and vice versa. It is all dependent on the person. From a society standpoint to be sexually attracted to animals may not be normal. but for them it is, it is their lives, it is their story in the grand scheme. So I don't think it's normal for humans to be sexually attracted to animals on a global level, but.......I think normal is defined by the person in the end as well.
No, it is not normal for humans to be sexually attracted to animals. It is not a natural thing to find animals attractive, they do not carry any traits that humans would be able to connect with to develop feelings of attraction. They cannot speak, nor can they show their emotions. Humans do not have the ability to have things in common with animals that would foster a relationship or attraction.