Stunning portraits of animals with disabilitiesBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/stunning-portraits-of-animals-with-disabilities
Photographer-animal painter from Australia Alex Sims presented a series of images Perfest Imperfection ("Perfect imperfection"), which showed the inner beauty of the animals who have become disabled due to injury or illness. Like all other people. And just like people, these animals need the most care and love.
Dog on three legs, the cat left without his eyes... They were able to adapt to the new environment and got a chance to live — thanks to kind and caring people. All pictures are made with great care and sensitivity, and emphasize the beauty of the animals, making them physical flaws almost invisible.
Echidna named Randall lost a paw in the attack dogs. Reserve Bonoring Wildlife Sanctuary, Australia.
Bo, before becoming an indoor cat, lived on the street. He had to remove the tips of the ears because of skin cancer.
Jack threw out on the street immediately after birth. Several bones in his legs has not grown as it should. The project Wa Pet Project, he received a special set of wheels for movement.
Rescued street kitten named NiMH had to remove both eyes because of the infection.
Tiki was rescued from an unscrupulous breeder. The dog had a serious fracture of a hind leg. It had to be amputated.
Julius was picked up on the street. He lost an eye due to cancer.
Another foundling — puppy PIP, who suffers from a skin disease. Care organization for animal help Bali Animal Welfare Association.
It's Clary. The owners got her from a shelter SAFE Perth. Despite the fact that she had no eyes.
Angel is blind in one eye, but she also found a loving family.
The Jaffa took from a dog shelter. Later he got hit by a car and he had to amputate his paw.
This Is Scrappy. Picked him up when he ran across the highway. The dog had to remove his eyes when his eyesight deteriorated health was deteriorating.
A cat named Peach lost an eye due to glaucoma.
Penny and her puppies were picked up on the street and ended up in the RSPCA shelter. They all suffered from mange, but then fully healed and recovered.