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Pet Photographer Captures The Beauty of Blind Cats to Help Them Get Adopted

Casey Elise Christopher is animal advocate and pet photographer who volunteers at numerous animal shelters and rescue groups. Few months ago, he noticed an increase in the number of blind cats and kittens and felt it was like a sign to do a series of blind cats photos in order to help them get adopted. Here are some of his beautiful photos.

photos of blind cats for adoption
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The Creative “Adopt a Meme’' Campaign Turns Adoptable Pets Into Funny Memes

The SPCA in Singapore has implemented a new campaign called 'Adapt-a-meme' which utilizes the popular meme and gifs culture to help find homes for their adoptable pets. The campaign intends to encourage people to adopt furry friends in need, as appose to buying them. 

The campaign created a series of cool animated GIF memes featuring real adoptable shelter animals. Each meme was created based on each animal individual personality. How cool is that?

Here are some of the memes:

New adoption campaign from Singapore turns pets to funny memes
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A New Website Plays Match-Maker For You And A Rescue Dog

The New Website Uses Traditional Matchmaking Strategies to Help People Adopt the perfect Dogs for them

new website creates the perfect match between dogs and humans - cover pic of girl and dog with head out car window and wearing matching fuzzy sunglasses.
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Welcome to The Cat House on the Kings, Cat Sanctuary And Adoption Center That Saved The Life of 24,000 Cats!

The Cat House on the Kings is California's largest no-cage, no-kill, life time cat sanctuary and adoption center. Join us for a visit at this unique place. 

A tour to the cat house on the kings
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Artist Transforms “Cones of Shame” Into “Cones Of Fame” In Order To Help Dogs Get Adopted

"Cone of fame" is a beautifully decorated cone courtesy of artist and animal center volunteer Erin Einbender, Who started the decoration project in order to help dogs get adopted. After designing and crafting the stylish cones, she photographed adoptable pups at "One Tail at a Time" wearing them. Here are some photos of this wonderful project.

Dogs in shelter with cones of fame instead of cones of shame
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