Cats can get naturally high on catnip, but catnip doesn’t work on humans (and some cats). For humans, cannabis works like catnip, but if you’re the type who leaves cannabis products laying around, make sure your cat doesn’t ingest them by mistake.

One sign of cannabis poisoning in cats is drooling, vomiting, and shivering. If you spot these symptoms in your cat, take your cat to a vet right away. Then make sure you enjoy your cannabis products and your cat enjoys its catnip, and never mix the two up. That will keep both you and your cat happy.

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