Medical marijuana has proven so effective for humans that many people are wondering if it could be helpful for other animals, too. Now, an animal shelter in Quebec is putting that theory to the test. The Centre-refuge Nymous is currently treating injured animals with cannabis oil. And so far, it looks like it’s working.
Meet Lou and Gaby
The Quebec shelter is using cannabis oil to treat two specific animals. One is a raccoon named Lou. She reportedly had a bad case of hypothermia. As a result, she still has violent body spasms.
The other animal is a skunk that the shelter has named Gaby. The female skunk has several health problems. Most notably, her back legs do not function fully. Additionally, part of her brain has atrophied.
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