There are many more well-known instances of animals getting high. Just last year, a herd of stoned sheep terrorized a village in Wales. The sheep wreaked havoc after chowing down on a bunch of marijuana plants. According to witnesses, the sheep began to roam the streets in a daze, ran in front of traffic, and they were even breaking into villagers’ back yards.
This cat is so stoned that it doesn’t even care about getting its beautiful fur covered in soil!
This is exactly what Siegel had to say about animal drug use, “After sampling the numbing nectar of certain orchids, bees drop to the ground in a temporary stupor, then weave back for more. Birds gorge themselves on inebriating berries, then fly with reckless abandon. Cats eagerly sniff aromatic ‘pleasure’ plants, then play with imaginary objects.
“Cows that browse special range weeds will twitch, shake, and stumble back to the plants for more,” he added, while “elephants purposely get drunk off fermented fruits.”
However, as you can tell, the woman’s other cat didn’t fare much better. Although, admittedly, it is still able to keep its eyes open!
So it’s no surprise, that upon finding several unattended cannabis plants, that the two cats decided to have a munch. After all, cats are no strangers to using recreational substances – including catnip!
I imagine this is what these cats looks like in the act of getting stoned…