On a s episode called , Fifi La Fume thought Furball was a boy skunk,(because a white stripe was down his back), and chased him throghout the episode. Furball eventually escaped by repainting the stripe blue, and painting two cats who were chasing him earlier like skunks.
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Hairballs are familiar yet unpleasant sights for most cat owners. Ugly clumps of fur mixed with your cat's digestive fluids, hairballs are not just a nuisance to clean up, but also might mean a serious health issue for your cat.
The Fur Ball was the must attend event of the year for Flagler Cats
Hairballs in cats are more likely to appear in long-haired breeds, such as Persians and Maine Coons. Cats that shed a lot or who groom themselves compulsively are also more likely to have hairballs, because they tend to swallow a lot of fur. You may have noticed that your cat didn’t have hairballs as a kitten, but developed them as she grew. This is quite normal -- as cats get older they become more adept groomers and therefore more proficient at removing fur from their coats with their tongues, which means more hairballs for you to clean up.
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A minor league baseball team in New Jersey affiliated with the is so confident that furballs and fly balls go together that they are inviting fans to bring their cats to this weekend's game.Flagler Cats held the organization’s annual Fur Ball on October, 19 2013. The Fur Ball was the must attend event of the year for Flagler Cats! The event included: Cocktail reception Dinner Performance from Flagler Palm Coast High School Dance Ensemble Silent Auctions with great prizes from local merchants The annual Fur Ball hasJoin us for The Flagler Cats Fur Ball Saturday October 17, 2015 6:00 p.m. The Grand Club at Pine Lakes (400 Pine Lakes Parkway North Palm Coast) Dinner, Dancing, Entertainment, Silent Auction, Raffles, and more! We are a 100% donations based organization. All proceeds from this event will directly supportOften, you'll only know that your cat has had a hairball after it vomits up the plaque of fur. Sometimes, however, hairballs become stuck inside a cat. Your cat may display some symptoms that can clue you in: The cat might exhibit a repeated dry cough, or may retch after eating. Some cats may be fatigued, depressed or uninterested in food.