3.07.2009

Eiffel Jean Pierre


Meet Eiffel Jean Pierre. A friend once was shocked that I had not given my cat a middle name so Jean Pierre it is. (Come to find out, I believe my friend was thinking more of 4-letter word as he was not on his best behavior when she house sat for us).

Eiffel is a handsome 5 year old - 23lb Bengal and acts like a dog; very territorial and only likes Jean Louis and I. We love him right back even though he has not been an easy addition to our peaceful family. Eiffel has behavior problems and needs to take Prozac every day. No joke. For the complete story on Eiffel please go here.

10 comments:

JM said...

Gorgeous close-up! Sorry to hear about Jean Pierre problems but as long as Prozac is working I'm sure he has a great life with his owners.

mononeil said...

I am not a great lover of cat's, don't know why. But, here's the weird part, Tigers (big cats) are my animals of choice. However glad to hear you still have Jean Pierre. Mind you I think the image on your link to the full story is better.

Paul - leeds daily photo said...

He is a very handsome cat, am pleased you can now live with him in some tranquillity. I love his name. A great photo of him too.

Barb said...

Nancy he's beautiful and I love his name, we have two very spoiled cats named Mittens (white paws) and Kendall. They don't know they are cats (so don't tell)....Barb

Pam said...

I think your cats name is fit for a king and from you said I guess he is. He is big and beautiful, enjoy him. Thank you for the visit and yes I know Scripts. They built marvelous new buildings by the FAU honors campus.

Lois said...

What a sweet face! My cat only likes me and no one else. She doesn't have a behavior problem, she is just antisocial!

Marie-Noyale said...

Glad that some medicine works.
Eiffel really is an handsome cat with beautiful eyes.

*SparkleMirror* Kiln-Fired Art said...

Eiffel is such a beautiful cat. I understand about the Prozac thing. Ten years ago we had a cat named Tiger and his temperment became scarier by the year. We ended up making him an indoor/outdoor cat because we were a bit afraid of him. Now I think a vet would have seriously put him on lithium. He was the only cat before or since that we've ever allowed out of doors, and I've had about 14 or 15 in my lifetime.

Anne Vis said...

What a beauty! ;-)

Z said...

Oh, hugs to EJP via the two of you!