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Dawg Luva January 30th, 2014 11:19 AM

Smoking Dog/Cat Fur
 
Salutations fellow pet enthusiasts,

I was just wondering if anyone else here enjoys smoking dog and/or cat fur on occasion, or perhaps with some regularity. I thoroughly enjoy coming home from work and enjoying a few puffs of cat fur, dog fur, and at times both mixed together.

Cheers,

Dawg Luva

sandyrivers February 1st, 2014 06:20 AM

Hi,

I don't smoke anymore, and I never heard of anyone smoking cat or dog fur...

sandyrivers

Longblades February 1st, 2014 08:20 AM

I snort both regularly. I also often consume small amounts orally, sometimes raw, sometimes cooked, also involuntarily. Both of these methods usually produce sneezing and/or gagging in me.

My injection site, the odd time for that method, is the soles of my feet. This is also involuntary and can be painful. Only dog hair seems to be injected and the problem is they stay in my foot. One recently went in very deep, got infected, swelled up and hurt. It was in there moths before I got it out again and boy, do they hurt when being pulled out. They have little scales on them and pulling them out is against the grain.

I suppose if I rolled my own they'd get in there too, but I haven't done that since university.

:)

marko February 1st, 2014 08:47 AM

[QUOTE=Longblades;1064416]I snort both regularly. I also often consume small amounts orally, sometimes raw, sometimes cooked, also involuntarily. Both of these methods usually produce sneezing and/or gagging in me.

My injection site, the odd time for that method, is the soles of my feet. This is also involuntary and can be painful. Only dog hair seems to be injected and the problem is they stay in my foot. One recently went in very deep, got infected, swelled up and hurt. It was in there moths before I got it out again and boy, do they hurt when being pulled out. They have little scales on them and pulling them out is against the grain.

I suppose if I rolled my own they'd get in there too, but I haven't done that since university.

:)[/QUOTE]


Thanks for the :laughing: !!!

Barkingdog February 1st, 2014 10:03 AM

[QUOTE=marko;1064418]Thanks for the :laughing: !!![/QUOTE]

I second this !


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