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2014-04-14 12:05:06 AM
New hotness?
Please Subby
We have been blowing our bong hits into our cats since someone figured out that we could laugh at our stoned cats
 
2014-04-14 12:17:52 AM
Because locking them in our homes and forcing them to entertain us with fake mice and peanut butter filled chew toys wasn't enough, now they need to be stumbling around while they do it as the old schtick was getting old.
 
2014-04-14 12:33:51 AM
Subby has obviously never heard of catnip.  cats get high on a regular basis.
 
2014-04-14 01:03:39 AM

Ambivalence: cats get high on a regular basis.


Yep.  A lot of the animals have figured out how to get high.  Not uncommon at all to hear of something getting into apples that have fermented, for example.
 
2014-04-14 02:17:59 AM

Ambivalence: Subby has obviously never heard of catnip.  cats get high on a regular basis.


Cats don't need catnip to get farked up. Mine regularly get insane in the membrane out of the blue for no reason.
 
2014-04-14 02:20:05 AM
A long time ago we got my pet ferret at the time high.

Do NOT get ferrets high.  It kicks on their evil gene.
 
2014-04-14 02:23:30 AM
Thanks to my wife's lack of self control, our cats go through about a pound of catnip every 6 months ;)
 
2014-04-14 02:24:20 AM
Griswold says the recently legalized medical product is not toxic to animals, but it can give them an upset stomach and other minor side effects.

According to Griswold, pet owners should be more worried if their animal gets into a stash of synthetic marijuana.

"We have seen a couple fatalities with [synthetic marijuana],"
Griswold said. "There are more serious side effects and longer treatments associated with that."



Once again, the war on drugs proves that the products of the drug war are far more dangerous then the drugs themselves.
 
2014-04-14 02:24:49 AM
I have a friend who owns a bobcat. She gave it some catnip once thinking it would have the same effect it does on a regular house cat. Nope: turns out that catnip makes bobcats aggressive. It spent the next couple of hours growling and trying to fight everything.

/CSB
 
2014-04-14 02:27:41 AM
What do dogs and cats do when they are on pot? Do they act like rabid mammals?
 
2014-04-14 02:28:09 AM

darkjezter: I have a friend who owns a bobcat. She gave it some catnip once thinking it would have the same effect it does on a regular house cat. Nope: turns out that catnip makes bobcats aggressive. It spent the next couple of hours growling and trying to fight everything.

/CSB


That's when you bring out the robot dinosaur toys and the videocam ;)
 
2014-04-14 02:29:23 AM
Your dog craves steak weed....
 
2014-04-14 02:29:47 AM
Wish my neighbor would give his dog something. Bastard is way too hyper and clever-a super annoying combo. Be nice to mellow him out and drop that iq a bit.
 
2014-04-14 02:30:17 AM

harrydorcas: What do dogs and cats do when they are on pot? Do they act like rabid mammals?


From what I've heard from vets, they do what stoners do. Have trouble walking straight, sleep a lot, drink a lot, eat a lot, and drool copiously.
 
2014-04-14 02:33:59 AM

Old Man Winter: Wish my neighbor would give his dog something. Bastard is way too hyper and clever-a super annoying combo. Be nice to mellow him out and drop that iq a bit.


wiffdog.com
 
2014-04-14 02:34:36 AM
It just ain't right!

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2014-04-14 02:43:15 AM
I love the picture of the dog in that article
 
2014-04-14 02:48:14 AM

harrydorcas: What do dogs and cats do when they are on pot? Do they act like rabid mammals?


Only if you play Floyd.
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2014-04-14 02:56:35 AM
Looking back, I know it was cruel, but I once got my cat high. I put her under a box and blew smoke in through a hole. When I lifted the box, she darted toward a wall, hit it, fell over and went to sleep. When she woke up, she ate two bowls of food.
 
2014-04-14 02:57:08 AM

darkjezter: I have a friend who owns a bobcat. She gave it some catnip once thinking it would have the same effect it does on a regular house cat. Nope: turns out that catnip makes bobcats aggressive. It spent the next couple of hours growling and trying to fight everything.

/CSB


Sounds the same as my mom's Siamese.
 
2014-04-14 02:57:57 AM
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BRONY RAVE!

/I know horses aren't technically pets
 
2014-04-14 03:10:23 AM

Frederick: Ambivalence: cats get high on a regular basis.

Yep.  A lot of the animals have figured out how to get high.  Not uncommon at all to hear of something getting into apples that have fermented, for example.


Sounds like my GF. Though I think she prefers to just have a swig of cider from others who are drinking it. I wasn't familiar with that kind of drink myself and don't know much about the different brands, but my friends all talk about how she's always glad to have some of their Dickson cider.
 
2014-04-14 03:11:09 AM
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2014-04-14 03:16:14 AM
Dude...

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/oblig
 
2014-04-14 03:16:48 AM

Prof. Frink: Frederick: Ambivalence: cats get high on a regular basis.

Yep.  A lot of the animals have figured out how to get high.  Not uncommon at all to hear of something getting into apples that have fermented, for example.

Sounds like my GF. Though I think she prefers to just have a swig of cider from others who are drinking it. I wasn't familiar with that kind of drink myself and don't know much about the different brands, but my friends all talk about how she's always glad to have some of their Dickson cider.


lol
 
2014-04-14 03:18:00 AM
This is about the 4th time that a version of this story has been greenlit in the past month. One headline even had "won't someone think of the pets?"
 
2014-04-14 03:25:42 AM
Not that complicated:

Animal taking animal drugs (catnip, etc) -- sure, I guess, whatever.

Animal taking human drugs (alcohol, week, cocaine) -- no.  Stop.  Why would you even think that is OK?

// Seriously, if you're not going to take basic care of your pet just don't get a pet.  Not that complicated.
 
2014-04-14 03:26:32 AM
Apparently, I'm too 'nipped out to spell "weed".  Dat grey mouse-toy, maaaaan.
 
2014-04-14 03:37:20 AM

Jim_Callahan: Apparently, I'm too 'nipped out to spell "weed".  Dat grey mouse-toy, maaaaan.


You're all potted up, aren't you?
 
2014-04-14 03:44:07 AM
I had a cat(my favorite) that really liked pot. Whenever we'd break out the bong, she'd come over, take a few sniffs from the bowl, then walk over to her couch, hop up, then fall asleep on her back all splayed out for awhile. Then she'd nom some food, come back for a few more sniffs and petting, then go back to her couch and conk out for a few hours. Sometimes she'd hop on our laps and position her head in front of our faces and wait for an exhale. If we didn't exhale, she'd lightly paw our faces until we did.

She was a cool cat.
 
2014-04-14 03:48:19 AM
This past winter, I went to a massive outdoor grilling party that ran late into the night. Someone got the cat stoned (not me, swear to God) and it turned into a very buzzy liquid. I put it inside my coat pocket, and it just purred away happily for the next hour or so. I finally took it indoors, and put it near it's food. It staggered over, ate everything, and went to sleep with it's head in the empty bowl.

/True story.
//I later learned that it was normally a very mean sort of kitty..
 
2014-04-14 03:54:50 AM
Subby has obviously never heard of catnip.  cats get high on a regular basis.

Catnip: Egress to Oblivion?  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3scQ0wq5zLE
 
2014-04-14 04:17:09 AM
Teh DRUGS ARE EVUL!

Never mind the catnip. Our Dachshund regularly seeks out, traps and licks frogs... for hours...

Foams like a rabid turtle, but boy does he trip... and just try and take it away from him....

tl;dr: Like, whatever, maaan...
 
2014-04-14 04:22:07 AM

nulluspixiusdemonica: Teh DRUGS ARE EVUL!

Never mind the catnip. Our Dachshund regularly seeks out, traps and licks frogs... for hours...

Foams like a rabid turtle, but boy does he trip... and just try and take it away from him....

tl;dr: Like, whatever, maaan...


I had a cat who would do that.  There was a toad that lived in our back yard, and the first time the cat saw him he pounced on the toad and tried to eat it.  Big mistake: as soon as he bit the toad he jumped back and spent the next little while pulling funny faces and foaming at the mouth.

But after that, whenever the cat saw the toad he'd pin it down with his paws and just lick it (not bite it).  It was hilarious.
 
2014-04-14 05:05:52 AM
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2014-04-14 06:50:40 AM
Just caught my dog eating a pile of shiat in the yard. What's the dog equivalent of bath salts?
 
2014-04-14 08:01:37 AM
What about getting high with dinosaurs?

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2014-04-14 08:07:31 AM

Jim_Callahan: Not that complicated:

Animal taking animal drugs (catnip, etc) -- sure, I guess, whatever.

Animal taking human drugs (alcohol, week, cocaine) -- no.  Stop.  Why would you even think that is OK?

// Seriously, if you're not going to take basic care of your pet just don't get a pet.  Not that complicated.


I'm not sure pot counts as a human drug, as wild animals have a pretty well documented history of eating the plants.

I've heard many a story about deer, especially, demolishing outdoor grows.
 
2014-04-14 08:12:55 AM

DownDaRiver: New hotness?
Please Subby


Seriously, I bet you could look back in the archives and find this story a dozen times.
 
2014-04-14 08:28:28 AM
my wife's dog ate an entire bag of weed back in her college days. bloodshot eyes, could barely move, panted, drooled.

the dog, not my wife.

well, maybe the wife too.  who knows, i wasn't there.

anyway, my wife panicked, called poison control.  they basically told her to wait it out.

everybody was fine by the next day. doggie's still around, she is 15 years old now.  my wife learned to keep her weed in a drawer.

there. i just pitched a great story to an after school special, complete with lesson at the end. think of all the purina and cheetos commercials we can sell!
 
2014-04-14 11:14:06 AM
If Fark is going to continually green light these stories then Drew needs to add a 'DOBERMAN' tag.


Not obscure.
 
2014-04-14 11:49:21 AM
You have to be a complete blithering f*cking idiot for your pet to get into your stash.
 
2014-04-14 12:32:10 PM

The Goddamn Batman: You have to be a complete blithering f*cking idiot for your pet to get into your stash.


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/At least you can get it back.
 
2014-04-14 02:08:41 PM
One of my pet rats loves the weed, but only if it has been charred first. She wont eat it fresh, but loves the charred edges of a bud and loves to scrape resin out of the pipe. I never let her get more than one nibble though. She likes the smoke too, but she has respiratory issues so I dont let her have smoke anymore.
 
2014-04-15 01:11:48 AM

rockrobster: my wife's dog ate an entire bag of weed back in her college days. bloodshot eyes, could barely move, panted, drooled.

the dog, not my wife.

well, maybe the wife too.  who knows, i wasn't there.

anyway, my wife panicked, called poison control.  they basically told her to wait it out.

everybody was fine by the next day. doggie's still around, she is 15 years old now.  my wife learned to keep her weed in a drawer.

there. i just pitched a great story to an after school special, complete with lesson at the end. think of all the purina and cheetos commercials we can sell!


My ex's rott ate a quarter pound of weed, and was fine.

He was reeeealy high for awhile though.
 
2014-04-15 01:40:16 AM

Hiro-ACiD: harrydorcas: What do dogs and cats do when they are on pot? Do they act like rabid mammals?

Only if you play Floyd.
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You mean Floyd the Mayweather?
 
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