Fuzzy the Fuzzball had to admit it. He was broke. He didn't have a penny left to cover himself in fuzz. He was feeling totally drained. Everything he had ever taken was gone. Fuzzy felt like the very life was being sucked out of him.
He rolled himself into a counselor's office, sat down, and sighed. "I'm no longer fuzzy. But I'm a fuzzball. At least, I was a fuzzball. What am I now if I'm no longer fuzzy?"
The counselor thought for a moment, and replied. "Don't worry. I still can see a fuzzball right here. BECAUSE-"
As he pointed, everything turned very dark and perfectly silent. Fuzzy was never able to hear the end of the sentence.
What was the counselor trying to point out?