These Cats Must Be High As Sh*t!

Posted in VIDEO       7 Dec 2011       7022       17



Apparently this is what happens when you leave the cat nip out by accident.

 



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uhhh 9 year s ago
no, thats not catnip. whoever shot this video drugged the poor cats. catnip doesnt have that effect on them.
       
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easytodo 9 year s ago
uhhh, I agree... that's cruel
       
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Izem 9 year s ago
Cerebellar Hypoplasia, a disorder found in cats and dogs in which the cerebellum is not completely mature at birth.
       
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Analphilosopher 9 year s ago
looks like soemone just got them dizzy as fuuu
       
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GOODSTUFF4U 9 year s ago
why so hungry?
       
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ooO 9 year s ago
Lol, poor cats, but lol!
       
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orendadude 9 year s ago
^^ I agree the cats are funny but that's not catnip!!
       
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U Fail 9 year s ago
you are all idiots, these cats out of anesthesia probably due to a medical operation
       
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MOTRHEAD11 9 year s ago
I agree... may be these cats have just been spayed or neutered.
       
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laughinggas 9 year s ago
Aesthetic.
       
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John Doe 9 year s ago
Cerebellar Hypoplasia - no drugs!
       
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ptpie 9 year s ago
they just have the munchies (pot) eh?
       
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BillTheWelder 9 year s ago
No evidence of surgery is visible and having seen the effects of illegal drugs on animals as well as the effects of alcohol and tazering those can be taken out of the mix as well. There is some evidence to show that they have had masking tape placed on the bottom of their paws which has a similar effect.
       
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aeon 9 year s ago
These cats have obviously gone without food for a long time. What else has happend to them is hard to say, but that is NOT masking tape on their paws. Please do not upload videos containing animal abuse/neglection, etc. Not funny. Makes me sick that people actually find it funny to watch animals in distress.
       
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Hatii 9 year s ago
Looks like they just got neutered or declawed and are wobbly as all hell from the effects of the anesthetic. Likely hungry too because before certain surgery, you can't let your pet eat for something like 24 hours, or else they could potentially vomit in their sleep and choke on it. It's not abuse, it's medical attention, durr.
       
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whut 9 year s ago
whoever did this to them should burn in hell...may devil let his/her children fry in fire
       
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Hatii 9 year s ago
My cat had the same behavior after waking up from her surgery. It's almost definitely anesthetic.
       
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