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Unbelievable! A woman rushed to firefighters to save her ‘stoned’ raccoon

Wayne Township firefighters were awakened by a woman in the dead of the night to seek treatment for her pet animal who had fallen sick. Well, it wasn't health issues but her raccoon had smoked way too much marijuana.

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If you heard there was a raccoon high on marijuana around, you’d probably think someone was cracking a silly joke. But, when a woman dashed at the door of Wayne Township fire station in Indianapolis, USA, the officers were shocked to see a raccoon, who had smoked excessive marijuana and was completely “stoned”.

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The pet owner ran straight for help in the dead of the night to seek treatment for the “sick” creature. While talking to one of the media organisations, captain Mike Pruitt of Wayne Township fire station said that they were “quite worried” to see a woman seeking for help at such wee hours.

“As many times as the doorbell on the firehouse was pushed, the firefighters were quite certain that something bad was going on outside,” Pruitt told WTHR News. Reportedly, the pet raccoon appeared very lethargic and showed symptoms typical of a person exposed to marijuana, the fire captain added.

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Although the matter looked quite serious on that night, the fire department later posted the “emergency” situation on Twitter with a hilarious illustration of a raccoon that indeed looked very high.

Twitterati also shared the good humour, and started posting a string of funny tweets on the micro-blogging site. Check out some reactions here.

What do you think of the entire fiasco? Tell us in the comments below.

First published on: 19-04-2018 at 20:51 IST
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