Most likely they can. The primary experimental test of hallucinogens is carried out on spiders, under their influence they begin to weave the wrong web (differently wrong, depending on the substance). The structure of the brain of animals, in principle, is not significantly different from that of humans.
For cats from valerian or from catnip for example. Why not. I have already seen a bunch of cases how cats, as drug addicts, ate this mint and just caught the parishes. And it seems to me that they caught specific squirrels)