My cat has used Ketamine
a handful of times but wouldn't consider herself a regular user. Her use always seems to be along with other substances in various combinations/dosage (alcohol
She appreciates that these other substances will undoubtedly affect the experience in various ways, nonetheless she is always shocked at how strong an effect even a small dose of Ketamine has on her.
For example, recently my cat smoked a few joints and had a fair few drinks with her feline friends, before going out and taking some mephedrone. Upon returning home (by which time she reckons the alchohol would have mostly, if not completely worn off) she had another few lines of mephedrone, followed by a few joints. She then did two very small lines of ketamine, totalling under 0.1g (maybe 50mg or less to be honest) and 20 minutes later she was completely paralysed, almost unable to take anymore if she had wanted to and after a short while feeling as if she was melting through the sofa, fell asleep.
My cat says it was a pleasant experience and a welcome sleep-aid after a night out but can't understand why such a small dose hits her so hard? She actually has no idea how long Ketamine effects her for as she has always fallen asleep shortly after taking it...though this is maybe because it's at the end of a night out. She also finds that, unlike her friends, she is completely unable to hold even a simple conversation shortly after taking ketamine - is this normal? To be fair she finds it hard to do anything but lay down and feel cosy and detached from everything else going on around.
In addition to seemingly having exceptionally low tolerance to Ketamine, my cat doesn't seem to have many of the effects associated with the drug
. She always experiences paralysis to varying extents, a little numbness/softness throughout her body, along with a melting sensation when staying still. In addition to this she finds it very difficult to make sense of things, such as what she's watching on TV and sounds become subtly different (e.g. if she's listening to music the different instruments sound more individual than a complete composition). Still, my cat fails to experience the spacial confusion, hallucinations and outer-body experiences her friends speak of amongst other things.
To round this off my cat simply wonders maybe she's just not used to drugs
such as ketamine and what may be soft effects she perceives as strong? She's only really had an interest in stimulants
up to recently. She feels that perhaps a higher dose will cause the more intense effects reported by friends, but with the powerful effect of even a small dose mentioned she is weary.