The Beauty Of Animals with Disabilities is Captured in a Stunning Photo Series

From pet dogs with 3 legs to felines without eyes, the Perfect Flaw picture series commemorates the intrinsic appeal of animals who have actually conquered hardship and adjusted to a physical disability. All of these animals were saved from their previous lives and offered a 2nd possibility by kind and caring human beings.

Photographed with care and level of sensitivity by leading Australian animal professional photographer, Alex Cearns of Houndstooth Studio, each image leads with the charm of the animal topic, making their physical problem practically a subtle afterthought.

Based upon an initial picture series released, these pictures of completely imperfect pet dogs will boost and motivate, discovering a unique location in your heart with their capability to get rid of physical hardship. Cearns artfully records their intrinsic appeal and spirit; their sweet taste, strength, and strength.

” Among my most enthusiastic goals as an animal professional photographer is to catch the cute subtleties that make all animals valuable and special. I enjoy every animal I have the advantage of photographing, however those viewed as various hold an unique location in my heart. These are the dogs who have actually lost a leg, been born without eyes, or are still revealing the scars of previous abuse,” states Cearns.

” The majority of animals with ‘conditions’ do not harp on them. They adjust to their bodies without problem and they endure with decision. They push on, constantly, wishing to be consisted of and associated with whatever as much as they can, and as much as an able-bodied family pet does. They require the exact same love as any other animal, and offer the exact same love as any other animal – and they each have worth as sentient beings.”

” The perseverance of animals to get rid of difficulty continues to surprise me. They make the most out of life and from them I have actually found out a lot about constantly seeing the favorable in every scenario and never ever quitting.”

Cearns complied over 60 canine images into ‘Perfect Flaw – Pet dog pictures of Strength’, a book for everybody who enjoys pets; fans of the Japanese principle of wabi-sabi, or of seeing the appeal in flaw; and anybody who requires a hit of motivation from an uplifting read.

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#1 Beau Was Taken In As A Stray And Had The Tips Of His Ears Resected When He Developed Skin Cancer

Image credits: Alex Cearns

#2 Bali Pip, A Puppy With Mange Who Was Rescued By The Bali Animal Welfare Association

Image credits: Alex Cearns

#3 Randal The Echidna Was Taken In By Bonoring Wildlife Sanctuary When He Lost His Foot In A Dog Attack

Image credits: Alex Cearns

#4 Jakk Was Dumped As A 1-Day Old Puppy. Several Of His Leg Bones Didn’t Grow Properly. He Was Taken In By Wa Pet Project And Received A Custom Set Of Wheels

Image credits: Alex Cearns

#5 Julius Was Taken In As A Stray And Had His Eye Removed When He Developed A Cancerous Tumor

Image credits: Alex Cearns

#6 Tiki Was Rescued From A Backyard Breeder. He Had A Badly Broken Leg, Which Was Later Amputated

Image credits: Alex Cearns

#7 Rescue Kitten Nimh Kitten Nimh Had Both Eyes Removed After Complications From The Birth

Image credits: Alex Cearns

#8 Clarey, Who Was Adopted From Safe Perth – It Was Then Discovered She Didn’t Have Any Eyes

Image credits: Alex Cearns

#9 Angel Was Adopted Through Perth Chihuahua Rescue. She Is Blind In One Eye

Image credits: Alex Cearns

#10 Jaffa Was Adopted From The Dogs’ Refuge Home Of Wa And Later Had Her Leg Removed After Being Accidentally Hit By A Car

Image credits: Alex Cearns

#11 Penny And Her Puppies Were Taken In By The Rspca Wa. They Had Mange At The Time, But Their Fur Soon Grew Back As Good As New

Image credits: Alex Cearns

#12 Peaches Were Adopted From Haart And Had Her Eye Removed When She Developed Acute Glaucoma

Image credits: Alex Cearns

#13 Scrappy Was Found Running Across A Freeway. His Eyes Were Removed When His Sight Deteriorated And His Health Was Being Impacted

Image credits: Alex Cearns

 

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