Happy 4/20 Internet
In your honor, I interviewed veterinarian Andrew Springer Browne for the The New Inquiry’s “Weed” issue. Check it.
Here’s a teaser:
“Can cats get stoned?
Cats tend to be more fastidious than dogs so they don’t usually eat things that make them sick…although I once removed a large ball of hair bands from a cat’s stomach.
But I have seen a cat high. There was catnip involved, not weed. And whether or not that cat was tripping, it was obviously in a state of bliss. Have you seen or heard of any other animals getting stoned accidentally or on purpose? Say fish, parrots, horses or any other animal that might be around weed… and us?
Or purchase a pipe shaped like a turtle.