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My Sheep Ate My Pot

Category: Odd | Posted on Wed, October, 29th 2014 by THCFinder
my-sheep-ate-my-potYou read the title right. A herd of sheep recently made news when they discovered a dump of cannabis on the side of the road. And I’m not talking about a single baggie or anything. This pile of plants was huge and the police estimated that it was worth about $5,500. The sheep managed to eat a great amount of the pot before their owner, Nellie Budd (no pun intended but funny right??), stopped them and informed the police.
 
 
When the police arrived, they weren’t previously aware of the scene and were baffled as to where such a large amount of cannabis had come from. The plants had been tossed off near one of the grazing areas in large black trash bags. The flock wasn’t deterred and managed to chew through the bags and get to the weedy goodness inside. But while they had no knowledge of the pile of pot, the cops assured Budd that they would investigate the case fully. They’re still on the hunt for the person who left the weed on the side of the road. There are no leads as of right now.
 
 
Ms. Budd inspected the sheep and discovered that there were no ill side effects from the absurd amount of weed that they ate, which is good. Some animals do develop adverse effects when too much bud is eaten. While animals do possess cannabinoid receptors in their brains much like us, they handle the substance much differently. Some animals pass out, throw up, and seize when given too much cannabis. But the farmers said that the flock is fine.
 
 
“My sheep weren’t quite on their backs with legs in the air but they probably had the munchies,” the sheep owners said.

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