Photographer Took Photos Of Disabled Cats To Show That They’re Not Losing Their Cool


Just like humans, we have stigma in mental health, disabilities, and a bunch of other stuffs, disabled cats suffer the same. Some may think that by losing a leg or an eye will make a cat less than a cat, but Monika Małek the ‘catographer’ doesn’t support so. She made an album of disabled cats to change the way people categorizing cats into the ‘fine’ and the ‘damaged goods’ group. According to Monika, they are “Not special, not worse but, simply, normal,” and should not be treated differently.

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#1 5-year-old Kazik lost a leg, but a cat’s still a cat.

#2 Amber is more than one year old. She lost an eye, but a cat’s still a cat.

#3 5-year-old Ficus lost a leg, but apparently he can still hop around.

#4 8-year-old Marcel has leukemia, but that shouldn’t make him unloved.

#5 1,5-year-old Simba also lost a leg and he’s doing fine.

#6 2-year-ola Szafir can only see with one eye, but a cat’s still a cat.

#7 6,5-year-old Citek lost an eye, but a cat’s still a cat.

#8 1-year-old Sherlock lost an eye, but a cat’s still a cat.

#9 2-year-old Lulek has short feet, but a cat’s still a cat.

#10 1-year-old Rufus doesn’t have a tail, but a cat’s still a cat.

#11 7-year-old Kumiko can’t see at one point, but a cat’s still a cat.

#12 5-year-old Cmyk can’t hear, but a cat’s still a cat.

#13 9-year-old Kiara has leukemia, but a cat’s still a cat.

#14 2,5-year-old Keiko lost a leg, but a cat’s still a cat.

#15 9-month-old Shia has no tail, but a cat’s still a cat.

#16 2-year-old Rapidka, lost an eye, but a cat’s still a cat.

#17 2,5-year-old Kacper cannot hear, but a cat’s still a cat.


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