Fur balls occur when cats clean themselves, ingesting their own fur. While these are common, be sure to brush your cat's coat on a regular basis so that this doesn't lead to serious, and even fatal, problems.read more
Age: 6.5 Years
Owner: Ellen Schindler
Hometown: Auckland, WA
Likes: food and his two can openers, hunting for dry food
Dislikes: sound of cello tape, being told off
Ellen Schindler says:
Heinerle is a rag doll told us the vet. He adopted us about 2.5 years ago, he came wandering from god knows where and stayed with us after I gave him some mercy food I fetched from the neighbour. He is as devoted to us than we are to him. He loves company and tries to be around me while gardening, cooking, exercising..... We taught him to hunt for his dry food, 1/3 of it is hidden all around the house, 1/3 put into his ball with a hole and the other 1/3 we throw and he chases it. He just loves it and is not happy if we just give it to him.