Pothead mouse: A snoopy rodent was caught nibbling on cannabis leaves before getting high and passing out.
- Colin Sullivan from New Brunswick, Canada, found a tiny mouse getting high on cannabis leaves.
- The man developed a ’12 step program’ to help the rodent cope with its addiction.
- The mouse is now fully recovered and ‘ready to roll out’.
In Canada, where cannabis is legal since 2018, a man said he found the mouse munching on leaves of his plants for two days in a row, as revealed by Daily Mail.
Colin Sullivan, from New Brunswick, took several images of the pothead rodent before and after ‘getting high’. The ‘after’ shots show the mouse lying in the middle of a heap of leaves, clearly unconscious.
To help cure the poor animal’s addiction, Colin put it in a cage.
He even developed a ’12 step program’ to keep the curious mouse away from the plants long enough to get it back on its feet.
In a Facebook post, Colin wrote:
“For 2 days in a row Ive caught this little pot head taking leaves off of my plant and eating them untill he passes out. Hes missing an ear so it may be self med for his PTSD but I stilI think its time for an Intervention. Ill let him sleep this one off but when he wakes up hes getting a real stern talking to.”
After only six days of intense battle with pot addiction, the nosy mouse was released back into its natural habitat.
In a follow-up post, Colin shared updates on his new friend’s progress and wellbeing. He said that the recovery process hasn’t been easy, but he was hopeful his little buddy is going to be alright.
“So its been a couple of rough days for our little baked buddy here and despite a belly ache and a wicked bad case of the munchies I think he’ll make a full recovery. He’s been weaned to 1 medium leaf per day and seems to be adjusting well. One day at a time, My Friend, One day at a time.”
As the ‘rehab’ continued for several days, Colin apparently saw a significant improvement in the mouse, so he shared it was ready to be released in the wild. In a witty publication, full of puns, he wrote:
“On The Rodent To Redemption!!!
After a long and desperate battle with addiction this little mouse has grinded up his struggle, picked out the seeds and stems and is ready to roll out. Weed all benefit from jointing together to help the smoke clear in any addicts life. He did his very cannibest and was awarded his first 12 Step chip. I may have been the one to open his cage but he was the one who set himself free. So long my friend, till we meet again.”