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This Photographer is Inspiring People to Adopt Disabled Cats

This Photographer is Inspiring People to Adopt Disabled Cats

by Elana

Casey Elise is a photographer working out of Los Angeles, California who deserves a round of applause. Casey is passing the two year mark of her charity work photographing special needs cats that are up for adoption. Over the last two years she has proudly worked with shelters and animal rescue groups throughout the entire city of Los Angeles with one heartfelt goal: help these babies find their forever home, especially after beating unbelievable odds. 

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Casey says she became inspired to focus on adoption cats after she adopted her own cat, Imogen, in December of 2014. Since then, she has founded her own organization, The Black Cat Project, and has partnered with multiple agencies in her area to accomplish her passionate goals.

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Milo's Sanctuary & Special Needs Cat Rescue, a nonprofit organization located in Burbank, has taken in some of the most inspiring stories of triumph you can imagine. Thanks to their efforts these cats that have been through unbelievable obstacles, including those that have physical disabilities, are seniors, have a terminal illness, or have been abused, and are ready for homes. Casey was enthusiastic to help achieve the goal of finding homes for each and every one. Here are some of the star cats looking for homes!

1. Pixie Pawspouncer

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Pixie was cast out blind and pregnant but her sweet face is so clearly ready to give and receive love!

2. Sir Thomas Trueheart

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Healing like a champion after acid was deliberately poured on his face, Sir Thomas displays spunk in his photo. He is clearly a testimony to an animal's strength.