Deep in the Canadian woods, law enforcement officials were checking out complaints by neighbors that a woman living there was acting a bit strange. Upon entering the property, the officers upwards of a thousand pot plants growing. Even more alarming though was the sight of grown bears walking all over the property.
Pistols drawn, the officers were about to shoot the bears when they realized the bears were very docile. "Best we can tell," said Deputy Dudley Doright "is the bears were stoned out of their minds and could care less whether or not we were treading on their territory."
The woman and her husband were taken into custody for illegal pot farming. Upon further inspection of their home, additional animals, equally mellowed out, were found. Two pigs were found in front of an open refrigerator chowing down on whatever they could find there, while a family of raccoons were in the bedroom up on the bed eating crackers and potato chips and watching the Pee Wee Herman show.
Animal care workers have been asked to look after the animals until the future of the property owners is determined. For now, authorities are hesitant to destroy the pot plants for fear it will create panic for the animals which have obviously grown to love a daily diet of marijuana leaves.