Perfect Imperfection: Photographer Documents The Rare Beauty Of Animals With Disabilities

When Nimh was just a kitten both eyes were removed due to complications at birth.

Nimh-no-eyes1__880

Scrappy had both of his eyes removed due to severe and persistent eye issues.

Scrappy-eded-no-eyes1__880

Oompah suffered from mange. He was rescued and adopted by the Dogs’ Refuge Home of WA.

Oopmah-Mange1__880

This adorable baby goat from RSPCA WA is recovering from a broken leg.

Baby-Goat-from-RSPCA-broken-leg1__880

Hannah is a 3-legged greyhound adopted by Greyhound Angels WA.

Hannah1-3-legs1__880

Hannah2-3-legs1__880

Louie has one eye.

Louie-one-eye1__880

Blind kitten rescued and currently cared for by the Bali Animal Welfare Association

Bali-Rescue-Kitten-born-without-eyes1__880

Jack the one-eyed pug

Jack2-one-eye__880

Savannah is one of the dogs this photo series is dedicated to. The beloved Rottweiler received a groundbreaking implant in her front left leg bone after an amputation related to aggressive cancer. RIP beautiful!

Savannah-2implant-in-leg-RIP1__880

Mia is blind; she lives at the Bali Animal Welfare Association

Mia-blind1__880