Viewing a familiar as something demeaning is rather egocentric towards the spirit that chooses to help you (people in general) in your magical and/or spiritual workings, which is what a familiar is. Typically spirits don't like being disrespected, though they can have different ideas of what respect and disrespect are.
Any spell that attempts to "create" a familiar outside of creating a servitor has the wrong idea of what is traditionally viewed of a familiar. Anyone who has experience with them or has researched the topic will typically say that familiars choose their people, not the other way around.
Also any spell that attempts to force anyone to do anything is shunned or completely disregarded by many folk. Outside of bindings and oaths, which both or all parties have to accept on some level, I personally don't think it is possible to force anything magically.
That being said, technically a human who helps you (Ink_Blood and anyone else it applies to) in your magical workings and chooses to do so can be considered a familiar. If you want to get into morals, ethics, and other subjective stances on it, then I am not the one to answer your question. You do you, it's none of my business to tell you what's wrong and right.