Bonjour! I'm JeanLuc,

Head of Household

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Notice the lovely specimen

of Feline anatomy in the

Link section. "Purrrrrrrrr"

"Be still , my heart."

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I live in a quaint mid-american settlement called Cape Girardeau, Missouri.

(I just love those french names) I am a six year old persian/hymalian mix. Both

of my principal humans are Webmasters, so I talked them in to

throwing together a modest page or two for moi.

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You may E-mail me at... JeanLuc@tjmorgan.com

My "male" Human thought he would passify me with this aufull excuse for a presentation. So

I kept up the pressure until he finally put fourth some real effort.

He can be found on the web at... www.tjmorgan.com


My "lady" human (I call her 'mom') , on the other hand , is very accomodating.

She talks baby talk to me and is always playing great music.

Her superb website is at... www.mybonbon.com


Links

Cat's Magazine

International Cat Association

Tidy Cat

That VET place

Net Vet

Cat Fanciers Association

Internet Cat club

Mark's Cat House

"Isn't JeanLuc Handsome"

I think he likes me!


Friends, It is with a great deal of pain that we bear the news that JeanLuc Passed away

January 15th, 1998 after a short illness.

Tom & Dorothy Morgan

A Memorial for Jean-Luc aka Little Ums

September 25 , 1992 - January 15, 1998

Weep not for me though I am gone Into that gentle night.

Grieve if you will, but not for long Upon my soul's sweet flight.

am at peace, my soul's at rest

There is no need for tears.

For with your love I was so blessed.

For all those many years.

There is no pain, I suffer not,

The fear now all is gone.

Put now these things out of your thoughts,

In your memory I live on.

Remember not my fight for breath

Remember not the strife

Please do not dwell upon my death,

But celebrate my life.


"Copyright 1992 Constance Jenkins, All Rights Reserved"

and "In Loving Memory of Isolde Jenkins"

This wonderful work was originally sent to me marked "author unknown".  I would like to encourage anyone publishing

works from any source to be diligent in locating and crediting the author.  This beautiful piece has a very special meaning

to Constance Jenkins and I'm greatful to her for allowing me to display it here.


Jean Luc's personal physician was kind enough to make these arrangements.

 

Merci ! You may

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