Photographer captures the beauty of blind cats to help them get adopted (Gallery)
This is beautiful.
"I am a cat photographer based in Los Angeles and I use my pictures to help animals get adopted," Casey shared with Bored Panda. "I photograph for numerous animal shelters and rescue groups, including Milo’s Sanctuary, which is a special needs cat rescue."
"A few months ago, I noticed an increase in the number of blind cats and kittens at the shelter and rescues where I volunteer. It felt like a sign so I decided I would do a series on blind cats. I had heard about Milo’s Sanctuary earlier this year because they had taken in a blind cat named Regis who I met at West LA shelter back in April. I contacted the founder and, fortunately, she (and Regis!) was willing to work with me on this project."
Cooper was found as a tiny kitten wandering blind, scared and starving
Pixie Pawspouncer was thrown onto the streets blind and pregnant. Milo’s came to her and her kittens’ rescue
Sir Thomas Trueheart had acid deliberately poured on his face. He’s healing well!
Daisy came from a hoarder with 200 cats and 100 dogs. She’s come a long way!
Phoenix Flamepaws was rescued from the streets of Los Angeles blind and sick
Regis was rescued from a Los Angeles kill shelter after his owner died. He had glaucoma and his eyes had to be removed
Oliver was rescued during the holidays before he was about to be killed. He came from a hoarder
Charlie was rescued as a kitten from a high kill shelter in Los Angeles
Beatrice Bumblekit came from Cairo, Egypt
Thistle Morningsong was rescued at the last moment from a kill shelter in Los Angeles
Ember Darkmoon was taken in by Milo’s after a fellow rescue needed help as they couldn’t find her a home
Ivy was rescued from a local shelter when they reached out to Milo’s to ask us to take this darling blind Munchkin!
"Milo’s Sanctuary & Special Needs Cat Rescue, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) founded on the belief that all cats deserve a second chance at life, especially those that have physical disabilities, are seniors, have a terminal illness, or have been abused and need someone to love and understand them. All Milo’s cats receive medical care and anything else that they require to have the best quality of life possible."
If you'd like to help support these blind kitties, check out their website here!
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