After you've visited her site- or before, it really doesn't matter- you absolutely have to see her photos here.
She does an excellent job of capturing the cats in a very natural setting. These cats don't even look like they are in a shelter, they look like they are in someone's home or perhaps in a professional photoshoot. Either way, she is extremely skilled at getting the cats to look comfortable in front of the camera. Being an amateur photographer myself, I must say that getting a cat to relax in front of a camera is ridiculously challenging. Then, once they do relax, trying to get them to look into the camera is a big pain in the buns.
I don't even know how she manages to get the cats to look so perfect. She is truly one amazing lady.
The unique thing about her photography is that it shows shelter cats in a different light. Instead of trying to get a typical body pose of the cat to show for adoption, she achieves a much more interesting side of the cats. She shows them as individual beings with fun personalities and distinctive characteristics rather than as mere animals in need of homes.
Her photography is artistic as opposed to the generic photography that is used by 99% of shelters around the world.
Her photos save lives by showing people that shelter cats are more than pitiful animals with sad lives and poor sob stories. She shows people that shelter cats are beautiful and valuable. And she does it all without even saying a word.
As they say, a picture says a thousand words.
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