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

One Instagram account absolutely takes the cake of awe-inducing cat photos because not only are these critters precious, but these pictures are going to an amazing cause. Casey, a photographer based in Los Angeles, California, runs the Instagram account ImogenTheKitten where he posts pictures of blind cats to help them get adopted.

Recently Casey noticed an increase in the number of blind cats and kittens in need of homes.

‘A few months ago, I noticed an increase in the number of blind cats and kittens at the shelter and rescues where I volunteer,’ Casey wrote on BoredPanda.

‘It felt like a sign so I decided I would do a series on blind cats.’

 

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

 

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

Picture: Casey Christopher/WENN.com

Regis was rescued from a Los Angeles kill shelter after his owner died. He had glaucoma and his eyes had to be removed

Picture: Casey Christopher/WENN.com

Picture: Casey Christopher/WENN.com

 

Oliver was rescued during the holidays before he was about to be euthanized. His owner was a hoarder

Picture: Casey Christopher/WENN.com

Picture: Casey Christopher/WENN.com

 

Pixie Pawspouncer was thrown onto the streets blind and pregnant. Milo’s came to her and her kittens’ rescue

Picture: Casey Christopher/WENN.com

Picture: Casey Christopher/WENN.com

Phoenix Flamepaws was rescued from the streets of Los Angeles blind and sick. Despite having no eyes, he is still adorable

Picture: Casey Christopher/WENN.com

Picture: Casey Christopher/WENN.com

 

Sir Thomas Trueheart had acid deliberately poured on his face. Although he suffered devastating injuries, he has recovered well

Picture: Casey Christopher/WENN.com

Picture: Casey Christopher/WENN.com

Ivy was rescued from a local shelter when they reached out to Milo’s to ask them to take this darling blind Munchkin

Picture: Casey Christopher/WENN.com

Picture: Casey Christopher/WENN.com

 

Charlie was rescued as a kitten from a high kill shelter in Los Angeles. She was taken in by Milo’s Sanctuary

Picture: Casey Christopher/WENN.com

Picture: Casey Christopher/WENN.com

All of these cats are lovely, adorable, and in need of loving homes.

If you fancy helping them, and other cats like them, you can donate to Milo’s Sanctuary through their website.

 

 

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