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Love is blind! Photographer captures cute pictures of cats that have lost their eyes in the hope they will be adopted

If I lived in California I would adopt one of these cats.

Daily Mail
By James Gordon For Dailymail.com | Published: 11:53 EST, 15 October 2016 | Updated: 16:14 EST, 15 October 2016

Daisy came from a hoarder with 200 cats and 100 dogs. She may only have one eye but she has a big heart to compensate

Daisy came from a hoarder with 200 cats and 100 dogs. She may only have one eye but she has a big heart to compensate

A photographer from Los Angeles has been taking pictures of blind cats in the hope that people may want to adopt them.

Casey Elise from Los Angeles has worked for a number of animal shelters and rescue groups in the past to raise the profile of abandoned felines. 

She has also set up a GoFundMe account to help raise funds for the center. 

Milo’s Sanctuary is a special needs cat rescue center. The facility promises a lifetime of love, care and much-needed medical attention for the unwanted pets.

‘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,’ wrote Casey on BoredPanda

Milo’s Sanctuary was 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. 

Were it not for the sanctuary, the cats and kittens that would likely otherwise die abandoned in a shelter or on the street.

Cooper was found as a tiny kitten wandering blind, scared and starving. He is now loved by the people who rescued him

Cooper was found as a tiny kitten wandering blind, scared and starving. He is now loved by the people who rescued him


 
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