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Offlinefilthysock
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Tripping pets
    #2390456 - 03/01/04 09:54 AM (12 years, 9 months ago)

Come on, as if you've never given your pet a squirt of acid in its eye or an oz of shrooms!!!  I would, if I had a pet :crazy2:
Seriosuly though, have any of you done anything like this, what happened?


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Re: Tripping pets [Re: filthysock]
    #2390506 - 03/01/04 10:19 AM (12 years, 9 months ago)

all i've done is blow ganja smoke on my iguana.. she closes her eyes and looks really happy when i do it.


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Re: Tripping pets [Re: filthysock]
    #2390524 - 03/01/04 10:27 AM (12 years, 9 months ago)

I wouldn't, it would be very cruel to do. Why do you think anthropomorphically that the animal would enjoy it?

Would you drop LSD on a total unsuspecting straightoid and get enjoyment as you observe them thinking a.) they've been poisoned b.) they're going insane? An animal has even less reasoning power to deduct that!!

So if you think that's cool then you're a psychopath and I'm happy you don't have pets. Pets are for loving responsible owners ONLY, not for torturers & imbeciles.


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Offlinefilthysock
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Re: Tripping pets [Re: Starter]
    #2390541 - 03/01/04 10:40 AM (12 years, 9 months ago)

LOL!!!  Its just funny that you got that impression of me!  I was kidding about squirting acid on pets and giving a pet an oz of shrooms.  But seriosuly, animals do encounter psychedelics all around the world and most of them are quite fond of tripping (from my impression).  I was going to pick mushrooms at this place with alot of cows.  Crazy cows!  They were fucking following me everywhere the second I picked the first shroom I spotted, they were eagerly going for my bag :shocked: :laugh: :grin:  Dogs eat tonnes of things they come by in nature, naturally they would come by some fun plants.  I would ty to give my future dog a nice proportionate amount of mushrooms (like half a gram to a whole), taking a gram myself and taking a walk with it. 

"a.) they'be been poisoned b.) they're going insane? An animal has even less reasoning power to deduct that!!"

It is the act of reasoning that brings on the notion of unreasoning thus the fear from that can create an umpleasant trip.  Like when you trip you dont try to controll it or reason with the trip, you have to let it go... and thats the most natural reaction from an animal, I would say.  I'm not 100% sure about this though, thats why i'm asking this question and wondering how animals handle these type of things.  Damn hicks feeding their dogs with whiskey is fuckin alot worse!


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Re: Tripping pets [Re: filthysock]
    #2390616 - 03/01/04 11:15 AM (12 years, 9 months ago)

THis is the stupidest thing I've ever heard.


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Re: Tripping pets [Re: filthysock]
    #2390618 - 03/01/04 11:16 AM (12 years, 9 months ago)

I really hope you're joking. That is NOT a cool thing to do. I hope you never get a pet and NEVER have children.


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Re: Tripping pets [Re: filthysock]
    #2390621 - 03/01/04 11:17 AM (12 years, 9 months ago)

cows eat liberty caps :smile: ive seen it a few times.


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Re: Tripping pets [Re: filthysock]
    #2390755 - 03/01/04 12:16 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

"Seriosuly though, have any of you done anything like this, what happened?"

Now you were "joking"?

Starter points out the anthropomorphizing nature of your comment.

If you can't find people to "trip" with, try starting with yard grass- get it high and then work your way up to insects...

If animals ingest something- e.g. shit- in nature, then are you going to use that to justify hand-feeding them feces?


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Re: Tripping pets [Re: KentuckyPWRLFTR]
    #2390778 - 03/01/04 12:22 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

Quote:

KentuckyPWRLFTR said:
If animals ingest something- e.g. shit- in nature then are you going to use that to justify hand-feeding them feces?



Exactly. My dog eats cat shit but I wouldn't feed it to him.


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Re: Tripping pets [Re: Dankman]
    #2391124 - 03/01/04 02:14 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

i would never give drugs to an unsuspecting human/animal. it is cruel and immoral. i don't even like it when try to get their pets high on pot.


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Re: Tripping pets [Re: TODAY]
    #2391149 - 03/01/04 02:22 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

i agree, i wouldnt give animals any drugs. one of my dog stole a hashish brownie once and i really felt sorry for the dog, he coulnt walk straight, used half an hour to get up in the chair and slept the whole day, ive noticed however that thesame dog comes and lay near me when i smoke after that, but i dont blow smoke in his face but the room is full of smoke so im sure he gets a little high of it-


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Re: Tripping pets [Re: shriek]
    #2391269 - 03/01/04 02:55 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

It's a fine line, because many of us have given a catnip toy to a cat before, and a few of us have even gotten the occasional pet stoned, when we were young and foolish, but generally, it is not something I would really do now...

Animals are different then humans -- they have different needs and desires, and intentionally getting an animal high is just not something I would do anymore...

PS: On a related note, does anybody remember that movie, "The Bear?" It was about the trials and tribulations of a young bear cub growing up, and there was a scene where the bear cub ingested some magic mushrooms, and had these strange visions. It was a pretty cute movie... :laugh:


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Re: Tripping pets [Re: Papaver]
    #2391289 - 03/01/04 03:01 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

yeah! great movie, funny part :thumbup:


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Re: Tripping pets [Re: hevvy_psi]
    #2391372 - 03/01/04 03:22 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

Every time i start to puff, my iguana comes around and sits in front of me, because she likes to get high... if she did not express interest i would not give her smoke.

My friend's dog used to also come around every time we would puff.


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Re: Tripping pets [Re: filthysock]
    #2391575 - 03/01/04 04:27 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

Yeah I've gotten my own cat and my dog at my mom's house high before, they seem to hate having smoke blown in their face but they always do the same thing... freak out for awhile, eat, then sleep. They seemed a little freaked out, especially my dog, but its fun to watch em be high. I wouldn't recommend it or think its good for them, but I do it anyways. I would never give a pet psychedelic drugs tho, probably too much for an unsuspecting animal to handle. Although I have heard that petting a cat while ur on acid they will trip.


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Re: Tripping pets [Re: oggleman]
    #2391658 - 03/01/04 04:54 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

Apes 'get high' on plants

Scientists believe apes may use recreational drugs.

Research has been carried out by Professor Michael
Huffman from the Primate Research Institute at Kyoto
University, and Don Cousins, author of The Magnificent
Gorilla.

They found African apes eat the seeds of Kola trees
which contain caffeine and theobromine and help
prevent fatigue.

They also found gorillas in Equatorial Guinea and
chimpanzees in the Republic of Guinea eat two
hallucinogenic plants.

According to The Daily Telegraph, one of the
hallucinogenic plants, A. Floribunda, is used by cults
because the root is believed to be an aphrodisiac.

It's said to provide a state of intense excitement
followed by a deep, sometimes fatal depression.

Professor Huffman says people have watched the animals
go into 'a frenzy of fear' after eating the roots, as
if they are being chased by invisible objects.

It's reported the apes even go through detox, using
the root of the Tabernanthe iboga plant.

The findings are reported in the forthcoming issue of
the journal, African Study Monographs.


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Re: Tripping pets [Re: d33p]
    #2391668 - 03/01/04 04:58 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

From "Animals and Psychedelics" by Giorgio Samorini

He tells how birds in the Western US, high on the fermented berries of the California Holly, engage in drunken orgies. He recounts how cats get high on catnip, an herb that gives male cats spontaneous erections and makes female cats adopt mating stances. Samorini reveals how mandrills in Gabon, Africa, dig up and eat the roots of the powerfully hallucinogenic Iboga Tabernathe, to prepare for combat to claim a female. The reader learns that, around the world, psychedelic animal orgies facilitate the continuation of many species.


Basically just like humans, animals do seek out greater pleasures and thats great for them but never force something on an unsuspecting animal.


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Re: Tripping pets [Re: filthysock]
    #2391679 - 03/01/04 05:01 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

I went to a friend of a friends house to score a bag once, and he warned me about his dog, saying to hold on carefully to my bag because the dog would try to eat it. So we fill up a bong load, sit in a circle in the living room, and he takes the first toke... instantly the dog comes running from the bedroom, sits on the floor in front of him, and turns its ear towards him. He blows smoke in the dogs ear, and then passes the bong to me. And the dog follows the bong towards me... this kept happening as the bong went around the circle 3 times... then the dog sat down in the middle and rolled around a bit. I'm generally not for forcing anybody (animals included) into using drugs... but this dog obviously enjoyed it. The question is, is it right to get your dog or cat high once to see if they will like it? Probably not... but if you are bogging out your room and your cat happens to wander in, and come to check out what's going on, I don't think a hit blown in their general direction is gonna do any horrible physical or psycological damage... but to make an animal trip, I think that is just fucked up. Yes sheep and cows eat liberty caps, i've been chased by sheep that were probably tripping when I tried to pick their caps... but the effects of mushrooms or LSD is so much stronger than a hit or two of pot that I don't think you can compare the two scenarios.

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Re: Tripping pets [Re: Krishna]
    #2391694 - 03/01/04 05:04 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

Dosing an animal is the same as dosing a family member without telling them.


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Re: Tripping pets [Re: Dankman]
    #2391738 - 03/01/04 05:20 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

Dead right!!


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